Alpine Village Cabin Resort - Jasper

Athabasca Road, Jasper, Jasper National Park, Alberta T0E 1E0 Canada
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Nestled in a beautiful wooded area of the Canadian Rockies, Alpine Village Cabin Resort is ideally situated across from the sparkling Athabasca River in Jasper National Park. 50 rocky mountain style log cabins are spaciously set in a natural pine forest of 11 acres located 2km south of downtown Jasper. Alpine Village Cabin Resort boasts a panoramic view of the Athabasca River with Mount Edith Cavell towering in the background. Ideal for honeymoons, family vacation and friends.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Hot bath
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Hiking
Horseback riding
Books, DVDs, music for children
Children's playground
Parking
Internet
Pool with view
Fence around pool
Snack bar
Vending machine
Canoeing offsite
Fishing
Patio
Board games / puzzles
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Taxi service
BBQ facilities
Convenience store
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Express check-in / check-out
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Dining area
Fireplace
Housekeeping
Private balcony
Coffee / tea maker
Cable / satellite TV
Sofa bed
Walk-in shower
Seating area
Separate living room
Sofa
Iron
Private bathrooms
Tile / marble floor
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Kitchenette
Dishwasher
Microwave
Oven
Refrigerator
Stovetop
Electric kettle
Kitchenware
Flatscreen TV
Radio
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Mountain view
Non-smoking rooms
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Great View
Languages Spoken
English
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Nestled in a serene riverside setting near Jasper, the Alpine Village Cabin Resort garners enthusiastic reviews for its prime location ideal for both relaxation and wildlife spotting. The cabins' rustic charm with modern touches, such as inviting fireplaces, is often highlighted by guests who also rave about the spacious, clean, and well-appointed rooms. Exceptional service is a hallmark here, with staff earning accolades for their responsiveness and warmth. Moreover, travelers find the pricing reasonable, feeling they receive good value for the comfortable and well-equipped cabins.
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Francesca S wrote a review Jul 2023
Worthing, United Kingdom73 contributions35 helpful votes
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We were booked to stay 9 nights at another resort in Jasper but left after one night. Fortunately we were able to move to the Alpine Village although, as we hadn’t pre-booked, it necessitated us moving cabins (2 nights in one and 6 in another). This wasn’t a problem as the staff were so helpful and moved our luggage for us between cabins whilst we went out for the day. The cabins are fabulous. They are comfortably furnished, well equipped and spotlessly clean. The first cabin had an older style bathroom with the shower over the bath. The second cabin had a lovely walk in shower. There is a super, large hot tub with mountain views and Adirondack chairs by the Athabasca River. Each cabin has its own bbq. The gardens are beautifully tended. Can’t wait to return.
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Date of stay: June 2023
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Responded Aug 4, 2023
Hiya 392FrancescaS, Thank you for your review! We are so glad we were able to accommodate you for the rest of your vacation in Jasper. Our housekeeping team will be delighted to hear you think our cabins are spotless. We look forward to welcoming you back to Alpine Village.
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Jesslp1 wrote a review Aug 2022
25 contributions7 helpful votes
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Wow! What a truly special place Jasper Alpine Village is. We had been excited to visit Alpine Village pre pandemic so had to move our booking and wait another 2 years, but it was well worth the wait.

We stayed in the Whistler One bed cabin which was built in 2018. The cabin was amazing! We couldn’t believe how spacious and big the cabin was (another guest walked past our cabin and asked us how many bedrooms it had, and were shocked when we said only the one).

We were celebrating our engagement and it was a lovely added touch to be welcomed with a card, Prosecco and chocolates (thank you Alpine Village). The cabin was very clean and had a lovely open fire smell (which there is a fire in the cabin) giving it a true cosy cabin feel. The bed was very comfy and had nice furnishings. My favourite part of the cabin had to be the huge porch, with red deck chairs. We stayed in No.33 which was slightly elevated, giving us a good view to the forest in front and to the right. We enjoyed sitting out on the porch and having breakfast/evening meals. The cabin had all the cooking facilities we needed and there was a little shop in the main office for snacks.

On our first evening, we went up to the hot tub, situated near the main office, and were surprised to find we had it all to ourselves. The hot tub had amazing views of the mountains and was even better at sunset.

Although we were not expecting to see any wildlife as we arrived the very end of July and knew the best time was mid May to late June, we were lucky enough to see a family of elk walk right by our cabin. Unfortunately no bears from the lodge, however we did see some bears when we went out on a drive.

If you are looking for wildlife, your best bet is along the Malign Lake Road! Don’t bother paying for a wildlife tour that is super expensive, as you really can do it yourself (We literally drove past the tour bus). The best time to see wildlife is either very early in the morning, or late evening. We drove the malign lake road both morning and evening to double our chances and we were lucky both times! We set off around 6.15am in the morning (the road was really quiet) and then our evening trip we left about 7.30pm but didn’t see any wildlife until around 8.30pm. In total, we saw 8 deer, 3 bears, a bull elk and a nest of Eagles (the eagle nest was along medicine lake right by the lay by). Make sure you drive along slow and look carefully into the bushes as all 3 bears were rummaging through the shrubs looking for berries!
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Fridaysmom wrote a review Sep 2021
Sedona, Arizona253 contributions294 helpful votes
We booked a king bedroom suite based on recommendations from other travelers. Although our room was a duplex with another king suite, we did not hear much noise from our neighbors. The cabin was a fair distance from other cabins and we had a nice view out of window. The yard outside was very nicely maintained and we were a short distance from the river, where there were adirondack chairs where you could sit and enjoy the views. The room itself was quite large, with a wood burning fireplace that we did not use (you needed to either buy wood at the office or chop it yourself, and I could not get my husband interested in going to the effort to build a fire). The room was equipped with a toaster, coffee maker and fridge, but the best feature of the room was a heated floor in the bathroom. The cabins are not luxurious, but are very equipped and quite adequate for our needs. It is about a 5-10 minute drive to town, which can get quite busy, so I appreciated being a bit removed from the craziness. If we ever get back to Jasper, I would consider staying here again as the place suited all our needs and was very comfortable.
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Date of stay: September 2021
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Care70 wrote a review Jun 2021
Calgary, Canada12 contributions26 helpful votes
We visited last year for 3 nights in a one bedroom Whistler cabin and it was newer and cleaner than the one bedroom executive we just stayed in for $550/night ! This cabin was dirty, the bedding was old and discolored and the kitchen dishes, cooking equipment and utensils were terrible, same as last year. Because we were returning we basically brought everything to cook with, paper towels, kitchen knives, steak knives and cast iron pans. If you plan to cook at all you will have to bring your own. The TV is ridiculous quality and the WiFi is still awful.

If you want to have a fire the bags are $12 each for wet wood then you have to buy fire starters and keep putting them in to keep a sustainable fire. We found cabin #36 to be very very smokey even with all of the windows open 24/7, the fireplace doesn’t vent well and if you are smoke sensitive be aware.

$550/night, no house keeping, carry your own garbage daily to the bin and check out an hour earlier because it “takes longer to clean because of covid”. Ridiculous on all counts.

If there wasn’t still Covid travel restrictions in place we wouldn’t have returned and certainly won’t again.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Stephen S wrote a review Jun 2020
7 contributions10 helpful votes
The problem with the Alpine Village is that after 6pm there is no staff, no management and no parking enforcement.

After arriving back to our cottage we find that the resort had filled and people who recently checked into the cabin next to us came and took our and only parking spot. Without we have to park on a highway and walk thought the woods to get to our cottage.

The person refused to move and there was no way to resolve the matter as the hotel was abandoned by the staff. We had to park in a non parking spot. 8am the next morning staff are banging and banging our our door so hard it made the art fall from the wall.

Stumbling to the door we were treated with “do you have a white car?” Pointing to the direction of the vehicle. Yes I responded. “It’s got to move now” to where I said? As the staff member himself had to pass by our assigned spot, taken, to get to our door. He could see a large Ford truck in our parking spot.

I dont know. He said. I asked him if he would first talk to the person who is in our assigned parking spot have them move and then come to us and let us know we can now park in our spot.

He did nothing. Just disappeared and never came back.

This is the type of experience you can expect when you stay here.

A free for all with no rules or management. Very disappointed and will not return nor recommend anyone I care about to come here.

Also there are no views from the cottages of the peaks or the river.

The shower had hot water and pressure. One positive
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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MegCam wrote a review Jul 2020
26 contributions20 helpful votes
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So let’s talk about pros...the cabin is big enough for three adults, with a queen bed and a pull out couch. Fridge is decent size and there is ample storage inside the cabin. The grounds are clean, quiet and there is a wonderful ambience with the river across the street and the mountains all around us. There is free firewood which you can chop yourself.

Now for the cons... the kitchen had small and limited cooking utensils, the mattress on the couch needs to be replaced, there is a very small charcoal cooking grill beside the cabin that they claim is a BBQ, there’s no road signs saying that the hotel is coming up so all of sudden you are at the hotel — so beware you don’t pass it — when driving around the property there are no signs so it’s difficult to tell which is a driveway and which is a roadway as it’s quite hilly and there is a $25 fee if you don’t clean and dry your dishes. There maybe some accessibility issues for some, so beware of that.

The biggest thing that we didn’t no like about it is that they stated because of Covid they would not come in and do any housekeeping. Now I’m sorry but for $430/night I think either there should be a discount provided or do the housekeeping. After staying for four days we had lots of garbage and it would have been nice to have it picked up.

There are also chairs provided by the hotel across the road to sit and watch the river and just take in the view.

The view is stellar, the quietness and mellowness of the area was beyond amazing but there was some things that bothered us for the price of the property.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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JenInMontreal wrote a review Sep 2020
Ferney-Voltaire95 contributions68 helpful votes
This is a great place to base yourself if you are staying in Jasper. It is slightly outside of town, too far to walk to the shops and restaurants, but mercifully secluded and quiet. The cabin was very comfortable and tastefully decorated on a woodsy theme. Be sure you know what you are booking. We realized there was no stovetop or bbq pit, my fault for not paying attention in my rush to book at the last minute. The kitchenette did have a fridge, a tea kettle and a microwave, and they gave us a toaster on request. They also kindly gave us a free fire starter kit, and we did a bbq at one of the nearby parks. The back deck was really nice, with Adirondak chairs and a small table. There are also chairs spaced out along the river bank for guests to use. The staff are taking the COVID protocols seriously, so no housekeeping unless there is a particular problem. You can request extra towels and bed linens. The only problem we had was smoke filling the room when we built a fire in the fire place. That may be because we didn`t have a clue what we were doing, or the chimney might have needed sweeping or something. It is a bit pricey, but that`s the story wherever you go in the Rockies. However, it was worth the money.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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wandering_kristen wrote a review Sep 2022
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania15 contributions34 helpful votes
As others have mentioned, this place is a little on the expensive side but it felt like it was worth the splurge. The central location is great, just a minute or two to town by car and a logical start to all of Jasper’s main attractions. We absolutely loved the adirondack chairs by the river, an absolutely fantastic spot for happy hour after a long day of hiking. The hot tub looked inviting, and big enough to not be awkward with a few other strangers, however we didn’t indulge as we planned due to the incredibly warm temperatures during our stay. We also didn’t use our fireplace as originally planned for the same reason, but appreciated that wood was free if we chopped it ourselves. Even with the warm temps during the day, our cabin never felt too hot just by keeping windows open at night and the ceiling fan on. We weren’t expecting to have a kitchen sink with some real dishware in addition to a toaster/microwave/fridge, and we got supplies at a market in town to make breakfast in the cabin before heading out. That touch alone really made it feel so much more welcoming, to have a real mug for coffee and not paper cups. We were on the edge of the property, and the wifi was really only somewhat functional when we were outside. Still felt like a bit of a luxury, as other places we stayed on this trip didn’t have wifi at all. The furnishings felt very mountain chic, cabin was clean and well designed, the bed so comfortable I had a hard time getting out of it in the mornings. Would highly recommend this spot to anyone looking for a modern cabin feel just on the outside of town.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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travelwrite wrote a review Sep 2020
Vancouver Island, Canada70 contributions36 helpful votes
We spent three nights in cabin O with deck looking out to the woods where we heard an elk bugling. Returning one evening from touring, we encountered a cow elk munching on the grasses in the resort property. I’d especially recommend cabin O because of the tasteful finishing inside, designer tiles in the bathroom, stone fireplace and wood trimming. All the cabins are wood, but not all log. The location is across the road from the river on the banks of which the resort has placed Adirondack chairs where you can enjoy a glass of wine and watch the Athabasca flow by. No restaurant or kitchen in this cabin, but we had breakfast on the deck and easily found restaurants, treating ourselves to dinner at The Jasper Park Lodge. A great base for seeing the environs of Jasper, and 3 nights was a perfect length for our sightseeing which included hikes and a walk up to the glacial pond on Mt Edith Cavell.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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livindaybyday wrote a review Jul 2022
Grande Prairie, Canada235 contributions66 helpful votes
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We returned again this June for our anniversary. I think this is starting to become an anniversary must! So quiet and clean. Unfortunately this year the weather did not co-operate so we did not get to drink beers by the river...but we did get to enjoy the hot tub in the cool rain and wine by the fireplace!

These have got to be the most beautiful cabins! They are so clean and well taken care of. The grounds are immaculate! The staff are amazing. Thank you for the anniversary treat! Very thoughtful!

Last year we were here and did not have any cabin service due to Covid - so this year we were surprised to return to our cabin to find that they had been in and changed our towels and even put our dishes away that we washed and left in the drip tray to dry. I did not expect that!

These cabins have everything you need, except food and spices/condiments. They do provide coffee/tea and dish soap!

The location is wonderful and it's so nice to go sit by the river where they have chairs set up for the guests.

I can't wait until next year already!
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Vanessa G wrote a tip Jan 2024
Newcastle, Australia116 contributions50 helpful votes
"We stayed in a Deluxe Bedroom Suite – Cabin M. There are no laundry facilities and the iron/ironing board you get from reception"
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MIDWESTJF wrote a tip Oct 2023
Calmar, Iowa71 contributions58 helpful votes
"Perfect place!"
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SKTP8440 wrote a tip Sep 2023
Columbus, Ohio111 contributions34 helpful votes
"Great location to see elk in mid-Sept (daily in our case)"
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Ray K wrote a tip Sep 2023
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"Book early"
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Sightsee430996 wrote a tip Aug 2023
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"Only downside is no laundry on site but a great laundromat in town (live music and espresso bar)."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Alpine Village Cabin Resort - Jasper
Which popular attractions are close to Alpine Village Cabin Resort - Jasper?
Nearby attractions include Mount Edith Cavell Trail (1.9 km), Athabasca Falls (2.7 km), and Pyramid and Patricia Lakes (7.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Alpine Village Cabin Resort - Jasper?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, a hot tub, and free internet access.
Which room amenities are available at Alpine Village Cabin Resort - Jasper?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Alpine Village Cabin Resort - Jasper?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities, free instant coffee, and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Alpine Village Cabin Resort - Jasper?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Alpine Village Cabin Resort - Jasper?
Conveniently located restaurants include Orso Trattoria, Aalto, and The Raven Bistro.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Alpine Village Cabin Resort - Jasper?
Yes, guests have access to a pool with a view during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Alpine Village Cabin Resort - Jasper?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Gare Ferroviaire De La Canadien National (1.8 km) and Vieille Caserne De Pompiers De Jasper (2.1 km).
Does Alpine Village Cabin Resort - Jasper have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.