Best Alberta holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Alberta
Lake Louise InnFeaturing a heated indoor pool and hot tubs, this Lake Louise hotel offers 2 on-site restaurants and a lounge. Guest rooms include views of the surrounding mountains. Free shuttle service to the Lake Louise Ski resort 3.5 km away is available during ski season. Free WiFi is provided.Book now
Holiday homes in Alberta, the province on the edge of the Rocky Mountains
Unimaginable expanses, spectacular mountain scenery and crystal-clear forest lakes – this is what most holidaymakers imagine the Canadian North to be like. Alberta is one of the provinces where you can actually experience these postcard pictures, as the almost deserted landscapes of the northern forests await you north of your holiday home in Alberta. To the west, the province borders the Rocky Mountains, which offer breathtaking mountain scenery for an unforgettable outdoor adventure, while an Alberta apartment in the southern cities of Calgary and Edmonton gives you an insight into life in the second largest country in the world. If you’re staying in private accommodation, you’re not staying in Alberta as a tourist, but among its people, yet you don’t have to limit yourself to comfort and privacy. Book a cheap holiday home in Alberta now and visit the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary or explore Jasper National Park and Banff National Park along the Icefields Parkway panoramic road. With accommodation in Canmore you have the Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park right on your doorstep, where you can hike and mountain bike extensively on the biathlon and cross-country trails of the 1988 Olympic Games.
Travelling in Canada’s northern prairies: Apartments in Alberta
Like so many areas of Canada, Alberta is a water-rich province that owes its countless rivers and lakes not only an immense variety of landscapes, but also its fertile soils. The southern plains around your Alberta vacation home, with their endless wheat fields and pastures, create a rural idyll that continues into tranquil towns like Red Deer or Medicine Hat on the southern Saskatchewan River. If you’ve previously lived in an Apartment in British Columbia and travelled from Vancouver to Alberta, you’ll feel lost in the endless vastness, and nowhere will you get the impression of having been transported back in time more than in the Dinosaur Provincial Park near Brooks. The park’s extraordinary semi-desert and cactus landscapes contrast impressively with Alberta’s northern mountain and forest landscapes. Above all, however, the Dinosaur Provincial Park is one of the richest sites for dinosaur fossils in the world and has also been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979.
Pure adventure: ideal for outdoor lovers
From a holiday home in Alberta, you can not only explore the deserted expanses of northern Canada in your own way, but also visit the provinces bordering to the east. Saskatchewan and Manitoba, as well as Alberta, are among Canada’s Prairie Provinces, characterized by their southern plains and wide hilly landscapes. If you are travelling east from your Alberta holiday apartment, you should not miss a detour to the tranquil Saskatoon, which despite its small town atmosphere is also an important traffic junction of the Prairie Provinces. Have a look at our Accommodations in Saskatchewan. Find out more about Holiday homes in Canada and visit the metropolises Ottawa and Montréal in the far east of Canada.