voor dit hotel? Offerte aanvragen
Over Pocahontas Cabins Jasper
Het schitterende natuurschoon van het Jasper National Park bevindt zich direct buiten de lodge en de daarom heen liggende cabins en is de belangrijkste reden van een verblijf in de Pocahontas Cabins. Vaak wordt er wild gespot dat zich in de omgeving waagt. De geneeskrachtige bronnen van de Miette Hot Springs bevinden zich op korte rijafstand van het complex. U vindt er ook een restaurant, een verwarmd buitenzwembad en een outdoor hot tub die het hele jaar is geopend. De cabins liggen verspreid over het terrein en zijn veelal voorzien van een kitchenette. De Cedar Lodge Suites zijn suites met aparte slaapkamer gelegen in het hoofdgebouw. Een verblijf in de Pocahontas Cabins is prima geschikt voor gezinnen met kinderen, maar zeker ook voor rustzoekende natuurliefhebbers en romantici!
Vraag offerte aan
Kamerbeschrijvingen2-kamer Cedar Lodge
Suite gelegen in het hoofdgebouw en voorzien van koelkast, magnetron en koffiezetfaciliteiten, zitgedeelte met (gas)openhaard, televisie, DVD-speler en aprte slaapkamer met queensize bed.
Deluxe Log Cabin
Goed ingerichte cabin, voorzien van zitkamer met televisie, DVD-speler en gas openhaard, keuken met koelkast, magnetron en koffiezetfaciliteiten, aparte slaapkamer met queensize bed, veranda.
De Pocahontas Cabins zijn gelegen in een rustige omgeving, op slechts 25 minuten van Jasper.
• Restaurant (geopend van mei - oktober)
• Hot tub
• Mini golf
• Game room
• Gift shop
• Gratis internettoegang
• Gratis parkeergelegenheid
Het Nationale Park Jasper is een absolute 'must' tijdens uw reis door West-Canada.
Evenals Banff National Park ligt ook Jasper in de Rocky Mountains en vindt u er vele bossen, meren en natuurlijk indrukwekkende berggebieden waar u diverse wandelingen kunt maken. Maligne Lake is één van de bekendste meren van West-Canada en wellicht ook wel van geheel Canada en is dan ook een echte 'must see'. Maak een boottochtje naar Spirit Island, in het midden van het meer, het meest gefotografeerde eiland van het park.
Er liggen verschillende gletsjers in het park, waaronder de Columbia Icefield. Deze gletsjer ziet u wanneer u van Jasper naar Banff rijdt over de Icefields Parkway, een van de bekendste snelwegen door de bergen van de Rocky Mountains.
"great place awful Manager"
I stayed here and fell in love with the beauty of the location and cabins. But the Manager Frank is without question the most ignorant unprofessional hospitality staffer I have ever come across in my 30 years of travelling. How he still has a job is beyond me but although probably nothing happens to him it is truly a black eye on the resort and its company. Between the ignorance towards me and my spouse and the way he treats an otherwise fabulous staff member I believe is named Nicola is disgusting. She bent over backwards to be very professional and accommodating all while he continually gave he grief and glaring remarks and looks while he would barely talk to us. If not for her effort we most certainly would have left and followed up with the Company immediately after such a long drive and cost to be there. You really need to switch the 2. I would love to come back but that's a decision we will have to make if we want to deal with that idiot again.
"Rethink your visit if you are looking for a good time"
Just over one year ago, I came to Pocahontas and had an amazing time. So much that I wrote a five star review and brought back two new friends. Boy was I embarrassed after they both told me they wouldn't ever come back and it was the worst part of the trip.... I'm not sure what changed with Frank in the last year but he was miserable and outrageously rude to us the entire trip. To start with we asked for an upgrade if possible and he said he couldn't for both nights and I said one night was fine. He got flustered and seemed to take offense that I asked for a bigger room and then ended up telling us no he couldn't upgrade at all....No big deal...We later went to our room to find there were three pillows, and four guests so I asked for an extra two. He told me they were in the drawers. No big deal, go back and look to find none. I go back and tell him and ask again for the pillows. He acts like I asked for the world and disappeared for ten minutes and emerged with one pillow. When I said sorry , I actually needed two, he was visibly annoyed and then asked what room number I was in. (You think I want to steal your old pillows?) He then asked how many were already in my room. When told he then barked at Tamara to get the other pillow even though she was doing something. Super awkward. The next day we got back from boarding and asked for towels as the room cleaners didn't resupply us during the day. He again rudely asked what room we were in...Go ahead Frank, count the towels. We don't want to steal them, we want to shower. He reluctantly got them for us. Shortly after we wanted to soak our tired bodies in the hot tub and there was finally noone in it....We jump in, to find it just warm enough to not be freezing. When we informed him it was cold, he basically told us to kick rocks and he couldn't do anything as the lid was left off, and to deal with it. Luckily the sweet lady working with him, Tamara overheard and radioed maintenance who eventually realized the breaker was tripping. It took just under an hour for it to actually be hot, no thanks to Frank. As a manager, I don't see how you can repeatedly treat your guests so poorly and think it's acceptable. If you have stuff going on in your life, fine, but have some pride in your job. If you notice the lid is off the hot tub all day and noone is in it, maybe put the lid on. If someone tells you it isn't working, maybe look into it. In addition to Frank ruining our stay, I will advise couples to get there own cabins if they want to risk customer service. The cot will bust your kidneys and you'll wake up in worse shape than when you went to bed. Also there really isn't enough room in log cabins for four people and their boarding gear. To be fair, the games room is nice and the idea behind the place is great, but I will forever have a bad taste in my mouth after this weekend. Had it not been for Tamara and the sweet maintenance man, we would have left the first day. To whomever the owner is, you really need new management and perhaps you should thank Tamara and maintenance for putting up with Frank for being so rude to them both as well as customers. It ruins their day, working with someone so negative and he truly was rude to Tamara specifically. Awful, awful experience. P.s. you guys have way too many cabins to only have one, eight man hot tub.
"jasper with an 11 week puppy"
So accommodating!! It only cost $15/night for our puppy to stay with us. The staff were so kind and helpful. Would strongly suggest. VERY DOG FRIENDLY. I Would absolutely go here again. The view was also wonderful and they offer a free basic breakfast in winter as their restaurant is closed. They do serve basics like milk, bacon, hot chocolate etc in their store so don't worry that you're away from stores. 30 mins from jasper but it is a BEAUTIFUL drive in! Loved it!!!
We have been coming to Pocahontas Cabins for the past 3 years with our boys between Christmas and New Years. It has never disappointed us and we love coming back every time. We were a bit worried when we came this year as we had a new puppy but the Cabins are pet friendly and the stuff were very accommodating to all of our needs. The only advice I would give is the staff to add an additional hot tub as it is a popular place in the evenings after a long day skiing.
"Great Cabins and your own mountain wonderment......"
We were in Jasper for the Dark Sky Festival. We got a free upgrade to one of the bigger Cabins. It was marvelous. We loved our own kitchen, we loved the quaint living room and we loved the King Size bed in the master bedroom. It was the most comfortable bed I have slept on in decades. The staff were super nice. We were surprised that they provided a free continental breakfast, you can get DVD's from their personal library and the hot tub was great! We will definitely be coming back. It is a bit of a drive back and forth from Jasper (20 minutes) but every time we drove, we got to see wildlife, so well worth it!
voor dit hotel? Offerte aanvragen