Alberta is a great destination to visit during the summer and winter because there is always amazing activities and events for both seasons.
Alberta has the most provincial and National Parks in western Canada,
while you and your family and friends are traveling in Alberta why not stay at the best hotels in Alberta because you deserve to treat yourself while on vacation.
Here are The Best Hotels In Alberta 2018
10. Fairmont Hotel Macdonald, Edmonton
Named for Canada’s first Prime Minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, “The Mac” sits pretty on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River near downtown Edmonton (the hotel’s other nickname is the “Chateau on the River”).
This Fairmont hotel wins guests over with its elegant accommodations. Each of its 199 guest rooms and suites is tastefully decorated in neutral tones and comes with an HD TV and high-speed Internet access (for a fee), as well as views of the river or city skyline.
9. Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire
Situated just a block south of the Bow River and Prince’s Island Park, the recently renovated Sheraton Suites Calgary Eau Claire serves as an ideal home base for travelers looking to explore Calgary on foot.
After a day of sightseeing, retire to your spacious room – each of the Sheraton’s all-suite accommodations comes outfitted with a signature Sheraton bed, two flat-screen TVs, and microwaves. Aside from the rooms and enviable location, guests consistently praise this Sheraton’s indoor pool, hot tub, and waterslide.
8. Le Germain Hotel Calgary
A boutique property just south of downtown, the Le Germain Hotel Calgary prides itself on a commitment to outstanding customer service. Guests praise the hotel’s courteous staff, often citing the property’s gracious hospitality as a reason to plan a future stay.
The guest rooms also offer a couple of extra “wow” factors: accommodations are outfitted with Nespresso coffee makers, while bathrooms boast rainfall showers and Molton Brown toiletries. The 42-inch flat-screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi access only add to the hotel’s modern luxury. For a dose of relaxation, book a massage or facial at Santé Spa, located on the hotel’s top floor.
7. Renaissance Edmonton Airport Hotel
Located at Edmonton International Airport, the Renaissance Edmonton Airport Hotel offers travelers a place to hang their hat before or after a flight. In fact, this hotel is the only Renaissance in the world attached to an airport terminal, meaning you’ll have access to an array of shops and eateries without having to leave the building.
What’s more, a golf course and a dog park sit less than 5 miles away, and downtown Edmonton, Alberta’s theaters, restaurants, and boutiques can be found about 20 miles to the north. Back at the property, there’s a fitness center, an indoor pool, nearly 10,000 square feet of event space and a Starbucks.
6. Stoneridge Mountain Resort by CLIQUE
Surrounded by the majestic Canadian Rockies, Stoneridge Mountain Resort offers dramatic views at every turn. About 20 miles southeast of Banff National Park and 27 miles east of Sunshine Village, Stoneridge offers a convenient base from which to explore Banff and Lake Louise.
But you don’t have to go far to enjoy your spectacular surroundings: The sundeck, the pool, and all the rooms boast sweeping mountain vistas. When you’re not gazing at the view from your digs, enjoy a gas fireplace, free Wi-Fi, a 42-inch TV and en-suite laundry.
5. Hotel Elan
Visitors of Hotel Elan were pleasantly surprised with their stays at this modern boutique hotel in Calgary. Close to many shops and restaurants that line 17th Avenue, Hotel Elan is a popular choice for business travelers seeking luxury amenities and accommodations. The hotel features underground parking (for an $18 nightly fee) and a fitness center, and rooms are appointed with iPod docks, heated toilet seats, and L’Occitane toiletries.
For business events, the hotel houses three dedicated meeting rooms and select suites boast a workspace for four to six people (audiovisual technology and SMART Boards are available for meetings.
4. Union Bank Inn
Situated in the heart of downtown Edmonton, in the business and arts district, Union Bank Inn is centrally located for both business and leisure travelers. The 40 guestrooms and suites are split between two wings: Contemporary & Heritage. The Contemporary Wing features 26 business class guestrooms decorated with neutral tones, while the Heritage Wing features 14 unique guestrooms.
In-room amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi access, nightly delivery of wine and cheese, flat-screen TVs and in-room coffee. A 2018 OpenTable Diners’ Choice winner, the on-site Madison’s Grill receives high praise from recent visitors, who were especially fond of the complimentary breakfast.
3. Post Hotel & Spa
Situated in Lake Louise (about a 35-mile drive northwest of Banff), Post Hotel & Spa woos its guests with rustic luxury. This Relais & Châteaux hotel’s 94 accommodations range from cozy guest rooms outfitted with whirlpool tubs and wood-beamed ceilings to luxe cabins with fireplaces and multiple bedrooms.
Some guests do note that a passing train can disrupt an otherwise peaceful night’s rest; if you’re a light sleeper, request a room on the quieter Preferred Side of the hotel, which faces trees, cabins, and the property’s lawn area. The on-site Temple Mountain Spa, on the other hand, receives consistently high marks for its relaxing massages and gorgeous mountain views.
2. Fairmont Banff Springs
An imposing structure set against a backdrop of Alberta’s picturesque mountains and forests, “Canada’s Castle in the Rockies” has been wowing guests since its opening in 1888. The Fairmont Banff Springs possesses a grand exterior, and recent guests say that this historic hotel’s interior matched their high expectations. Each of the 764 guest rooms and suites offers views of the woods, courtyard or the mountains.
The food at this Fairmont outpost’s 12 restaurants and bars also do not disappoint. And guests describe the Willow Stream Spa as gorgeous, though its services lean toward the expensive side. Plus, active visitors can take advantage of the Fairmont’s spectrum of activities, including golfing, skiing, hiking and horseback riding.
1. Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
Set in scenic Banff National Park, this Fairmont resort impresses visitors with its gorgeous setting. Inside, visitors are greeted with accommodations outfitted with cable TVs, coffee makers, and refreshment areas. Most recent guests suggest splurging for a lakeside suite, claiming the higher rate is well worth the additional space and enchanting views.
In winter, guests can enjoy sleigh rides and ice skating; and in summer, visitors are invited to take advantage of horseback riding and whitewater rafting. When it comes to dining, guests have a wide selection of options ranging from regionally influenced dishes in the main dining room to Swiss- and German-inspired entrees at The Walliser Stube.