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Cradled in the storybook surrounds of majestic mountains and enchanting lakes, the grand Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge is the retreat of dreams. Nestled within a UNESCO World Heritage Site along the Canadian Rockies, the rustically elegant and historic lodge showcases deluxe signature cabins, award-winning golf, an acclaimed new spa and gourmet restaurants.
The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge supremely presents 446 guest rooms, suites and newly updated cabins in an interconnected forest of cedar chalets and heritage logwood cabins. Guest rooms offer all the conveniences of home and more, including upscale country décor, cable television, Internet access, voicemail services, plush bathrobes and coffee makers and kettles. Fairmont Jasper Park has long been synonymous with royalty — starting in 1939 with King George IV and Queen Elizabeth who fell in love with the lodge’s rustic charm. Because the Queen had shared stories of the beautiful destination of Jasper and the lodge’s Outlook Cabin with them, her daughters were determined to travel there and stay in the Cabin. In June 1980, Princess Margaret spent 10 days in Outlook Cabin and explored Jasper National Park. Some 25 later, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II andher husband the Duke of Edinburgh spent threenights in the reconstructed Outlook Cabin. Guests compelled to leave the comfy confinesof their plush accommodations will be equally impressed with the resort’s other world-class assets. A full-service business center, banquet facilities, year-round outdoor heated pool and hot tub, 18-hole championship golf course and other recreational offerings cater to the personal needs of every guest.
Vacationers seeking a more serene sojourn can indulge at the new 10,000-square-foot Fairmont Spa. The luxe spa boasts 10 treatment rooms, two couple’s rooms with Jacuzzis, therapeutic mineral baths, rain showers and glacial-inspired steam rooms.
Finally, the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge presents a showcase of exquisite eateries. An idyllic setting for classic cocktails, the Emerald Lounge marries conversation with casual dining. For fresh and nurturing Canadian fare, Moose’s Nook Chophouse is an ideal spot. Bucolic wildlife décor and the hearth of a crackling fireplace complement a locally-inspired menu. Finally, the new ORSO Trattoria showcases vast panoramas of Lac Beauvert and Mount Edith Cavell alongside Italian inspired cuisine and fresh local ingredients.