Our accommodations are selected for their exceptional quality, location, and character. Below are several of the accommodations featured on this expedition.
The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge
Jasper Park Lodge is nestled between two lakes in a verdant valley within the Canadian Rockies. Like Chateau Lake Louise, the original lodge was built by a railroad company, Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. The "Tent City" of 1915 has since evolved into a village of charming log cabins, suites, and rooms with mountain views positioned around one of the best golf courses in the country. The lodge features a number of restaurants, a pool, a spa and fitness center, and a variety of shops. Open year-round, Jasper Park Lodge is an excellent base for canoeing and hiking in summer or skiing and snowshoeing during the winter.
Rising on the edge of Banff National Park's dazzling Lake Louise and surrounded by steep mountain slopes, Chateau Lake Louise is graced with a magnificent setting and a fascinating history. The hotel began as a humble log chalet built in 1890 by the Canadian Pacific Railway as a refuge for hikers and adventurers. Today, it is a stunning property with 511 rooms, several restaurants, numerous shops, a large pool and fitness area, and elegant public spaces to take tea or a cocktails. Influenced by European architecture and landscaping and full of windows with gorgeous views, Chateau Lake Louise has been Canada's premier mountain resort for more than a century, counting royalty and celebrities among their guests.