|Type d'hébergement |||Hôtels|
|Services |||Réception ouverte 24 heures, Gardiennage, Gymnase, Salle de jeux, Boutique souvenirs, Piscine, Spa, Accessible aux chaises roulantes|
|Paiement |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Argent comptant|
|Se rendre |||Take Trans-Canada Hwy west to Hwy 40, then south to K-Country.|
|24-hour front desk|
Profil Dernière mise-à-jour: 12 mai 2009
Just one hour west of Calgary, Kananaskis Country encompasses 4,000 kilometres of spectacular wilderness involving extreme outdoor activities and unparalleled scenic terrain. One of eight provincial parks in Alberta, Kananaskis encompasses Banff, Lake Louise, and the Nakiska ski resort, site of the 1988 Olympic Alpine Events. The Delta Lodge is perfectly situated in the heart of Kananaskis Village. Choose any room from the basic to the Signature Club loft, and enjoy deluxe accommodations including cozy terry cloth bathrobes, feather-soft pillows and cozy duvets. For activities, the sky’s the limit! There’s world-class skiing, mountain biking, golf, hiking, fishing, tennis, white water rafting, shopping, and so on.
The Delta Lodge at Kananaskis goes the extra mile to make kids feel welcome. For instance, kids under 18 stay for free, kids six and under eat for free, and kids seven to twelve eat for half price. The resort offers babysitting services, provides highchairs and booster seats, and has a heated salt-water pool. No wonder the Kananaskis Delta was given honourable mention for Best Family Hotel, by the readers of Calgary’s Child, Calgary’s Family Magazine, 2005.
Adult friendly, too!
Adults are invited to visit the Summit Spa and Fitness centre for a vigorous work out, a spa treatment, or a soothing soak in the hot tub. The fitness centre and spa includes a fully equipped weight and cardio room, eight private spa treatment rooms, an indoor/outdoor hot tub, a salt-water pool, a eucalyptus steam room, and games room. After the spa, enjoy a glass of wine, appetizers and excellent food at one of the resort’s four restaurants.