... the Delta Lodge
at Kananaskis, a delightfully comfortable outpost of thick carpets,
plush furniture and exposed
wood beams. More Swiss
ski chalet than grand palazzo ... " -- Michael Konik, Travelgolf.com,
With tales of a ghost town, travelling Stoney Indians, a former
POW camp and the long-forgotten tunnels of a coal mine, Alberta's
Kananaskis Country has a storied heritage to rival its many spectacular
outdoor and recreational pursuits.
The 4,000 square kilometres of Kananaskis Country, one of eight
provincial parks and wildlife areas, including Banff and Lake Louise,
is an outdoor playground for all ages. Trail ride the rugged terrain
of the valley, tee-off on the Trent Jones-designed golf courses,
cross-country ski through fresh powder or bound over the moguls at
Nakiska, site of the 1988 Olympic Alpine events.
Travel one hour west of Calgary, along Highway
40, to Kananaskis Village and you will find Delta Lodge at Kananaskis, "Alberta's
Mountain Lodge and Spa." Prestigious enough to attract the G8
world leaders, Delta Lodge at Kananaskis is the perfect place to
call home while you explore the Kananaskis Valley of Adventure.
Indulge your senses in an elegant Signature
Club two-storey loft, with choice amenities including cozy terry
cloth bathrobes and feather-soft
pillows and duvets. Unwind in the tranquil Signature Club Lounge
with a nightcap from the honour bar, or keep connected with high-speed
Internet access. Start your day off with a classic eggs Benedict
and finish it with tender prime rib of "AAA" Alberta beef
at The Fireweed Grill. Relax after a hard day of adventure seeking
with an invigorating body scrub at Summit Spa & Fitness or float
in the 17 metre indoor, saltwater pool.
Whether you seek a romantic interlude, a family adventure or just
some quiet time, our special packages promise an unforgettable experience.