Hotel Services

Airport Transportation

We work with the Banff Airporter Service to offer flexible options to YYC.

Packages & Offers

Ski and adventure packages, group rates and meeting space are available.

Luggage Carts

We’ve got the tools and team to help you get your luggage from your car to your room.

High-Speed WiFi

Free High Speed WIFI is available for all registered guests!

Voyager Liquor Store

On site liquor store.

Cable TV

We offer HD cable TV options in all of our rooms.

COVID-19 Breakfast Update - Please Read

COVID-19 Breakfast Update - Please Read

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic we are not currently offering a hot breakfast.

Restaurant And Lounge

Restaurant And Lounge

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and provincial health guidelines our lounge and restaurant are temporarily closed.

Events And Meetings

Events And Meetings

Flexible meeting room spaces, event packages and conference promotions can be arranged with our sales team.

Click here for details on available spaces and room information.

Pool, Suana & Hot Tub

Pool, Suana & Hot Tub

Due to COVID-19 these services are not available.

Hotel Amenities

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Family Owned and Operated.

Headquartered in Drumheller, Alberta, Canalta Hotels is a family owned and operated Canadian company, employing over 3000 people across Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.

Since 1974, Canalta Hotels’ founders, Cam and Sharlene Christianson, along with their sons Blair and Brooke Christianson, have dedicated their professional lives to building a genuine company based on the principles of hard work and service excellence.

What began as one motor inn in Stettler, Alberta, gradually grew into a wider network and today, Canalta Hotels owns and operates more than 40 properties across Western Canada.

The Christianson family’s never-give-up work ethic and “I-can’t-believe-they-did-that” service philosophy are what makes Canalta stand out in a category filled with jaded, impersonal service.

That’s why the core values we hold at the center of our business operations are not forced or invented—They’re in our DNA