Terms and Conditions:

*Offers built into the pricing displayed.
Includes discounts on bookings up to 25% off. Book stays before 31st of May 2022
Subject to availability.


Reinforce Your Unique Selling Proposition

Indigenous Tourism of Alberta

Indigenous Tourism Alberta (ITA) encourages and promotes authentic Indigenous tourism that showcases the unique and immersive experiences offered by its members throughout four regions; North, Central and Southern Alberta as well as the Rockies. ITA’s goal is to enhance economic viability, further engage and support Indigenous peoples, and nurture these partnerships throughout the province by sharing their stories, culture, and experiences with a global audience.

Calgary

Calgary’s got small-town heart and big-city diversions. 
Between street festivals, nightlife and all the things to do outside, the work-hard, play-hard approach is in this city’s veins. 
Need proof? Every July, the Calgary Stampede transforms the city into a Wild West-inspired playground. It’s 10 days of infinite free pancakes.
 
Day Trip: Your clients can pedal the city’s 800 kilometres of paved pathways. The path winds past public art and through protected parks and riverside retail neighborhoods.

Canadian Badlands

This is the home where the dinosaurs roamed. It’s still epic. 
Your clients will explore some remarkable rock formations and fossil beds. It’s enough to transport them to another time. It's the perfect place to take a photo with a towering hoodoo in a prehistoric glacial valley on horseback.
 
Get lost: Canadian Badlands hiking is otherworldly. If your clients are feeling adventurous recommend them Horseshoe Canyon for a scenic day-hike. 
 
Dinosaurs: No visit to the Badlands is complete without a trip to the cretaceous period. In addition to the Royal Tyrell Museum, the Trail of the Fossil Hunters is an easy walk to the site of a 1913 fossil dig.

Reinforce Your Unique Selling Proposition

COVID-19 Information

Click below to stay up to date about  Alberta! You can find information regarding the travel restrictions to mandatory public health measures in the link below. 

Click here for more info

WELCOME TO ALBERTA, CANADA

with our limited time offers!

Alberta is a province in western Canada, home to the gorgeous Canadian Rockies, the amazing cities of Calgary and Edmonton, and a diverse landscape that ranges from prairies to badlands to seemingly endless forests. 

Book from our selected hotels today and get up to 25% off!

Waterton

The southwest corner of Alberta has mountains, wildlife, lakes, history, restaurants, views, waterfalls and boat cruises that cross an international border. Waterton Lakes National Park, Castle Provincial Parks, Crowsnest Pass and Pincher Creek are the soon-to-be-not-so hidden gems of the Canadian Rockies.
 
Picture this: The town of Waterton offers restaurants with lakefront-mountain views.

 
Hike this: Castle Provincial Park is the newest park in the Rockies, which means crowd-free pleasure.

 
Discover: Crowsnest Pass is filled with quaint towns, fascinating history and the site of an eye-popping rockslide.

Canmore-Kananaskis

Kananaskis is a stunningly beautiful valley of the Canadian Rockies. Canmore is a stunningly charming mountain town. Together, they make for a stunningly awesome duo filled with adventure, explorations and amazing food, among other amazing things.
 
Think: an organic brunch in the morning, then screaming down white water in a raft that afternoon. Or, a day of world-class cross-country skiing before dinner, then drinks and relaxation at the Kananaskis Nordic Spa.

 
Eat it: Whole grains or gluten-free, patio beers or organic coffee, Canmore’s got it – always in constant view of the Canadian Rockies.

 
Do it: Some of the best hikes in the Canadian Rockies, without the crowds.

 
Eat up: There are enough beer halls, cocktail bars, top-notch restaurants and casual dining options to keep your clients fed and watered without repeats for a long, long time.

 
Explore: Your clients can make the city their home base for adventures in the Rockies and Badlands.
 

Banff

Picture-perfect scenery and rich history come together in the birthplace of Canada’s national parks system. Endless outdoor adventures are just waiting to be experienced in this mountain town.
 
The history: Your clients can discover where it all began at the Cave & Basin National Historic Site or they can pay a visit to the famous Castle in the Rockies.

 
The great outdoors: There's year-round fun to be had. From hikes with unbeatable views, to paddling a turquoise lake or watching for wildlife.

Lake Louise

Lake Louise is like a postcard your clients can step right into. Visitors can hike to the famous tea house, about a two-hour trip upwards. It is the perfect scenery for your clients to get some of the best photo ops.

If your clients want to go full-mountain, they can do so by staying in a nearby historic lodge and eating local game meats and seasonal Alberta vegetables paired with Canadian wines.

Jasper

This easy-going alpine town has warm and welcoming locals and always has something amazing and outdoorsy to do.
 
Provisions: Jasper’s got brewpubs, cafés and restaurants that serve up local game like bison, which makes the perfect basecamp for whatever your clients get up to in Jasper National Park.

 
Dreamscape: Visitors should make Jasper their starting point for the Icefields Parkway, a flat-out stunner of a Rocky Mountain road trip by car, bike, or even on foot.  

Book nowBook now

HOTELS & ACTIVITIES

Book now from our promotional deals

DISCOVER

Learn more about Alberta
with our selected themes.  

Downloadable Resources

|

Edmonton

Edmonton is a young city that loves any excuse to go out on the town, even in a snowstorm. 

There's prime shopping, too. West Edmonton Mall is literally the size of a city and the Old Strathcona farmers market is famous for a reason. 
 
Culture bug: Edmonton is home to North America’s oldest and largest Fringe Festival every summer. The Edmonton Folk Music Festival is recognized as one of the best in the world.

Destination Video

|

|

Alberta Training Webinar/Presentation

Columbia Icefield Parkway TourBook nowLake Louise and Moraine LakeBook nowCalgary TowerBook now

Discover a variety of Alberta itineraries to help inspire you, some longer, some shorter, and some of the best the province has to offer.

Plan your client's next trip and explore more with all the included Alberta itineraries available to download below.

Learn more about Alberta

Download More
See more at hotelbeds.com

Save up to 25% on selected hotels*

|

ACTIVITIES

|

Make sure to book our selected activities with up to 15% off to complete your itineraries.

See more at hotelbeds.com

©Hotelbeds 2022

Terms and Conditions: *Offers built into the pricing displayed. Includes discounts on bookings up to 25% off. Book stays before 31st of May 2022. Subject to availability.