Sawridge Hotel, Jasper

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Overview - hotel description - Sawridge Hotel description

This elegant hotel offers a high standard of accommodation and service. Built around a sky lit atrium, you can relax amid exotic tropical plants or enjoy the many hotel facilities that will suit skiers or those who just want to relax.


Families - any extra notes for parents with children

Family friendly facilities: • Highchairs in the restaurant • Hotel Family friendly • Cots and linen


Facilities - Sawridge Hotel features

  • Mountain wellness day spa including indoor heated swimming pool, jacuzzi, Finnish sauna and exercise room
  • Champs sports bar
  • Hearthstone lounge and Walters’ for authentic Canadian dining experience
  • Coin-op laundry
  • Lift

Facilities: • Bar • Bar - Non-smoking • Breakfast restaurant • Credit cards accepted • Car parking - outdoor • Cash dispenser • Communal dryer • Communal washing machine • Dinner restaurant • Fitness room • Internet access • Jacuzzi - indoor • Lounge area • Public rooms • Public rooms - Non-smoking • Room service • Shops • Swimming pool - indoor • Swimming pool - indoor heated • Sauna • Safe deposit boxes • TV room

Swimming pool - indoor:No of indoor pools:1 • Length:30m • Width:10m • Opening hours:7am-10pm closed between 6-8pm • Swimming caps needed:no

Special attractions:

  • Location: The ski bus stops at the hotel, which is located about 15 minutes' (1.5km) walk to 'downtown' Jasper. In addition there is a free shuttle to downtown until 10pm.

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • 153 Rooms have bath and shower, wide-screen TV, Wi-Fi, coffee/tea maker, bathrobes and either two queens or two double beds
  • Some rooms also have balcony.

  • No of rooms: 153
  • How many interconnecting rooms are there: 6
  • Annexes information: n/a
  • Number of rooms on ground floor: 53
  • Unit type: room
  • Maximum occupancy: 1-4


Meals - food and drink in Sawridge Hotel

  • Room only

No of restaurants: 2

Breakfast: • Additional info on breakfast: opening hours: 07.00-10.30 • Breakfast service: Waiter

Lunch: • Lunch service: Waiter • Lunch further info: opening hours: 11.00-22.00

Dinner: • Dinner service: Buffet • Dress Code: casual • A la carte meal cost: $20+

Special dietary requirements catered for: • Gluten Free • Vegan • Vegetarian

We update Sawridge Hotel's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Resort - about Jasper - about holidays in Jasper - about ski holidays in Jasper - about ski holidays in Jasper Canada

Crowd free skiing Friendly town 4 mountain faces

Marmot Basin is heaven on earth if you love unpretentious, untamed skiing. The slopes are split evenly for beginners, intermediates and experts, all covered in deliciously dry powder; both Marmot Basin and Jasper Town have a friendly, authentic and down to earth vibe where you’ll feel right at home and the surrounding Rockies are naturally awesome.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Long season Groups Scenery

Jasper webcam

Snow Report: Top 97cm, Bottom 97cm

Snow Forecast: 3cm expected this week

Snow History: January average depth 101cm

Jasper trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Edmonton210mins
Calgary240mins
Region:Alberta, Canada
First opened:1964

Jasper lift pass price last reported as $371.25 (adult 5 day). Ask for a quote when booking Sawridge Hotel.
Night skiing: No
Jasper has NE SE facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Nov - May.

Town altitude: 1,698m
Top of slopes: 2,612m
Bottom of piste: 1,698m
Vertical drop: 914m
Total length of trails:1,675 acres
Longest piste:5.6km
Tucked away in the inner reaches of the Canadian Rockies, Jasper town and the Marmot Basin ski area take first prize in any natural beauty contest. Elk, deer, lynx, and even the odd wolf roam free in the 11,000 surrounding sq km of the National Park (bigger than Banff, Yoho and Kootenay, the other Rocky mountain parks combined), and can often be spied early in the morning and late at night taking tours of the town. Officially starting life as a railway outpost in 1907, Jasper town doesn’t seem to have chan...
Dotted with mule deer and mountain goats, there’s a tastily wild, unchartered feel to the skiing in Marmot Basin, where four mountain faces of dry Canadian powder combine to a respectable 200km of pistes and 86 runs. Whatever your level, this area has it all: long, winding groomers, alpine bowls, steep chutes and picturesque glade runs, split evenly between greens, blues and blacks (note: our friends across the pond don’t do reds, just black diamonds and double diamonds). The names are pretty indicative o...
A good deal of your time will be spent stopping and staring at this area’s ridiculously dreamy views, which will have you hooked in minutes. Fortunately, many of the non-skiing highlights here involve striking out to find your next visual fix, like the Malign Canyon Ice Walk, taking you Canyon Crawling through deep natural limestone gorges, and past towering frozen waterfalls before venturing into glacial caves. Snowmobiling and husky sledding let you get stuck into all those trees, while excursions further afi...

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