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Airco, WiFi, televisie, telefoon, koffiezetapparaat, koelkastje en badkamer met föhn.
Zoals Standard, ruimer met volledig ingerichte keuken. Ideaal voor een familie.
Op 10 minuten loopafstand van het centrum van Jasper.
- Hot tub
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.
"Xmas in the Rockies "
The rates were ok for the time of year. Desk staff were very helpful and cheerful especially after a winters drive. The rooms were basic and the smell of the days gone by when smoking was allowed still lingers. I'm used to this but it's still evident. It would have been nice to know that the restaurant/ lounge had closed its something that I like to have available. Nice brisk walk into town but the ever present herd of elk kept us on our toes.
"Nice hotel, with lovely view"
It was an average hotel, with a great price. We loved the outdoor hot tubs and the swimming pool area. Our hotel room was nice, average, but nice. We had a lovely view of the mountains which made the whole trip that much better. We would be back for sure.
"Tonquin Inn Jasper, Alberta"
Nice place. Not spectacular but within walking distance of downtown Jasper. Close to the RR tracks yet not noisy. Rooms a little small but decently clean. I mention the RR as I love trains and did get to walk up to and see the VIA passenger train as it came in to the Jasper station (travels from Toronto across to Vancouver). I like Jasper and not nearly as crowded as Banff and especially Lake Louise. We had our tour farewell dinner their and it was nicely arranged by the hotel (Gate 1 Travel).
Outdoor hot tub, included breakfast and about a ten minute walk from downtown. Good access to trails. The hotel is disconnected a bit and so you leave your room to go eat and get ice pr snacks, and it's two levels high
"Old but serviceable"
I stayed at the Tonquin in January 2017 for a ski weekend at Marmot Basin. Been there last year but in a different part of the hotel. Not a lot differentiates the Tonquin from the rest of the "second tier" of hotels in Jasper (Marmot Motor Inn, Mount Robson, etc). Overall it gets a "little better than average" rating. Value --- middle of the road. Price averaged out to Cdn$ 132 per night, seniors rate all in, for a single room with one king bed. Location --- not great, it's at the northern end of the town site, a fair hike to restaurants and shopping. Reservations --- handled well, used the phone. Check-In --- OK, they had the reservation, no hassle with rate Service --- the good news, they put the microwave I had requested in the room before checkin. Bad news, it didn't work. Good news, they were prompt in replacing the bad one. Bad news, request for power cord to run the micro / kettle / coffee maker got lost somewhere: suspect a language issue. The building ... Halls / public spaces --- dated, somewhat upgraded. It is a big old complex with maybe four (?) buildings. Mine was in rear-most one, up on the third floor. It is "sixties style" with all rooms opening out on the parking lot (lower) or a mezzanine walkway (upper). There is an elevator to the upper floors in the back building BUT at the end of the mezzanine there are a couple of steps to the rooms there. If you have issues carrying bags or mobility, make sure you get stair - free access all the way to the room. They are doing their bit for carbon emissions with all LED and CFL light bulbs. The room ... 363 Size --- adequate, although the king bed really fills it up. Two people with big bags plus a lot of ski equipment would be pretty squishy. Bathroom --- this end of the hotel complex has better bathrooms than the "200" rooms. Appeared to be either renovated or new perhaps 10 years ago: nice one piece acrylic tub / shower. Strangely for Jasper and for a hotel chain that touts its environmental consciousness, no low flush toilet. Everything worked. Bathroom thankfully well stocked with shampoo etc. The bed - Sleep Quality --- nice bed. Noise --- not an issue. Cleanliness --- pretty good. Passed the dust bunny check. Amenities ... The coffee maker, kettle, fridge and microwave (optional) all sit in a nice compact cabinet with roll-out shelf for the kettle and coffee. Too bad, no power to the kettle, micro or coffee! On the plus side, hooray, they supplied decaf' coffee. Fridge --- small bar fridge, thankfully not too noisy. TV, channels --- big HDTV TV with full (Edmonton) channels. But the thing was poorly set up (or not set up at all) so I couldn't surf channels without punching in a bunch of codes. TV definitely smarter than I! Internet --- serviceable, better than a lot of hotels. Spa / Pool / Gym --- The pool is quite large; one could do laps if desired (I paced about 12 1/2 metres). Seemed well tended and clean. Same for the hot tub, a necessity after a hard day on the hill. Overall the pool and especially the locker room area looked in better shape than last year. The gym is pretty well equipped for a hotel gym. On site restaurant --- it's closed for the winter! Yes it says so there on the web site although the info is page or two down. I heated breakfast in the room using the micro (once they got a functioning one).
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