New Years at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge
To accompany our recommendations for Christmas activities at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, we’d like to tell you about some of the great events and celebrations taking place at the Lodge over the 2011-2012 New Year period. From Children’s parties to fine dining, no matter how you choose to bring in the New Year, it looks like New Year’s Eve at the Jasper Park Lodge will be hard to beat.
Top Hats & Tiaras
This is a superb idea for families with young children – a special New Year’s Eve celebration just for 5-12 year olds with a kids’ buffet, magic show, children’s games and crafts, taking place in Pyramid C from 5.30pm to 12.30am, and costing $55 per child.
Times Square – New York City Gala
A New Year’s Eve celebration on December 31 2011 inspired by the streets of old New York, including a delectable dinner, martinis and live music in the Beauvert Dining Room, including ticket for the 2012 Countdown Celebration (see below).
Young adults 13-18 yrs $145
Children 6-12 yrs $72.50
New Year’s Eve party in the Great Hall including a night of music and entertainment. Tickets for this party are included with the Times Square – New York City Gala above, or can be purchased for the dance only.
The Dining Experience
As an adult-only alternative to the Times Square – New York City Gala, the Moose’s Nook Restaurant offers a 5 course fine dining experience in sophisticated surroundings, with entertainment provided by a musical trio. Ticket to the Countdown Celebration included.
Adults $150 excluding alcohol
Adults $195 with wine pairings
New Year’s Day Brunch
There’s no better way to start off the year than to indulge in a wonderful variety of breakfast and lunch items at Jasper Alberta’s finest brunch in the Beauvert Dining Room from 10am to 2pm.
Children 6-12 yrs $21.50
As well as the celebrations and dining options shown above, there is a whole array of activities available at the Jasper Park Lodge throughout the Christmas and New Year period. You will find full information in the Festival of Christmas brochure which you can view by clicking here.
Tip: For the ultimate Canadian Rockies experience this holiday season, if you are planning to spend New Years in Jasper, why not consider Christmas in Banff?