Jasper at Christmas

November 18, 2014 by admin  
Filed under Local Events

christmas in jasperJasper is a wonderful place to spend the 2014 Christmas holidays. The warm hospitality of the town combined with the snow covered mountain peaks, and abundance of winter activities make Jasper Alberta the ideal destination for a Christmas vacation.

Room Reservations for the Holidays

If you are planning to spend Christmas in Jasper, it is best to make your hotel reservations as early as possible while there are still rooms available at this busy time. Most Jasper hotels do not have special Christmas packages as such but are sure to have a fun festive atmosphere and will generally offer Christmas dinner in the hotel restaurant.
To check availability during the Xmas period and compare rates at several hotels in Jasper, click here.

For anyone searching for specific Jasper Christmas packages, or options for Christmas dinner, the holiday offerings at the following accommodations are sure to see you and your family celebrate Christmas in style:

Jasper’s luxury hotel, the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, is always a special place to spend the Christmas period with a whole host of fun and festive activities and events throughout the Holidays, such as skating with the elves, Xmas carols, Holiday bingo, and Christmas cookie baking.
Holiday dining at the JPL is also hard to beat with several options for celebrating in style.
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Chateau Jasper is offering a Christmas dinner buffet in the Silverwater Grill & Lounge on December 25 2014 which includes a variety of salads, cured meats, antipasto, traditional Tom turkey, tourtiere, maple salmon, pecan & bacon stuffing, roasted winter squashes, sweet potato terrine, fresh vegetables, topped off with the Chef’s Dessert Table which includes pecan pie, warm bread pudding, and tarte au sucre plus coffee or tea. The cost of the buffet is $29 for adults and $10 for children 9 & under.
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Marmot Lodge is serving Christmas dinner in Embers Steakhouse on Christmas Eve December 24 and Christmas Day December 25, costing $28. Start with a mushroom & chili soup, or organic greens and seasonal vegetables, followed by an entree of turkey and wild mushroom in puff pastry with gravy and cranberry sauce and a pumpkin cheesecake for dessert.
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Lobstick Lodge has a dinner buffet on Christmas Day December 25th which features a selection of salads, carved roast turkey with herb stuffing and gravy, BBQ chicken, oven baked Arctic char, baked penne marinara, sweet potato mash and vegetables. The dessert table includes pumpkin pie, berry tarts, fresh fruit and cookies. The cost is $29 for adults and $10 for kids 9 & under.
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Pyramid Lake Resort is featuring a Christmas dinner for $60 on December 24 and 25 with a choice of Quebec quail with endive & arugula greens or roasted garlic & brie bisque to start, followed by stuffed pheasant roulade wrapped in wild boar bacon or roasted Australian leg of lamb or wild mushroom & escargot ravioli as the main course and rum, raisin & cranberry croissant breading or yule log for dessert.

The Sawridge Inn is offering a 2 day Xmas Package on December 24 & 25 2014 which includes 2 nights accommodations with a hearty buffet breakfast each morning, a buffet dinner on Christmas Eve December 24th and a traditional Christmas dinner buffet on Christmas Day December 25th. The Christmas Day dinner buffet will include delectable items such as Roast Turkey, Alberta Prime Rib, and a Chocolate Fountain. There will also be some festive family events taking place such as gingerbread house building, movie night, roasted chestnuts and hot chocolate. Rates start at $282 per adult per package.

As well as the Christmas events organized by individual hotels, there are many ways to spend your days in Jasper during the Yuletide period. The more active visitors will enjoy activities such as skiing & snowboarding at Jasper’s ski resort, Marmot Basin, or dog sledding near Valemount, while a more relaxing time can be had cross country skiing or simply visiting the quaint cafes and interesting stores of downtown Jasper.

No matter where you stay or how you spend your time, Christmas in the winter wonderland of Jasper National Park is sure to be a memorable experience for all.

*The above hotel rates are generally based on double occupancy, and are subject to availability, subject to applicable taxes, subject to change without notice. To confirm full details and for reservations, please use the links provided.
**The rates shown for Christmas dinner do not include tax and gratuity.


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