KANANASKIS VILLAGE, Alta. — Marriott International has opened the fourth Canadian location of its Autograph Collection Hotels brand — The Kananaskis Mountain Lodge.

Located in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies in Alberta, The Kananaskis Mountain Lodge features 247 contemporary guestrooms, suites and lofts — many of which offer mountain views.

“We’re delighted for Kananaskis Mountain Lodge to join the Autograph Collection Hotels as our first in Alberta,” says Don Cleary, president of Canada for Marriott International. “With its curated design, rich, local history and beautiful mountain setting, this hotel perfectly embodies the brand’s ‘exactly like nothing else’ mantra and is a welcome addition the growing global portfolio of more than 135 hotels worldwide.”

The Kananaskis Mountain Lodge boasts a wide range of family amenities and programming, including a year-round KananasKIDS program. The lodge is also set to feature a completely renovated indoor/outdoor hot tub, fitness room, new waterpark and expansive new playground. The property also offers full-service conference, meeting and wedding facilities with more than 18,000 sq. ft. of space and 21 rooms to choose from.

Pomeroy Lodging LP, which owns the property, invested approximately $26 million to transform the former Delta Lodge at Kananaskis, including its four restaurants. Market Café features grab-and-go breakfasts options; the Blacktail Bar lobby lounge provides hand-crafted cocktails; Forte offers homemade Italian fare; and the Cedar Room Mountain Chophouse offers classic dishes with contemporary twists in an upscale setting.

Guests can also enjoy the brand-new Kananaskis Nordic Spa — featuring four outdoor pools, six steam and sauna cabins, an exfoliation room, a salt-water float pool, heated hammocks, eight massage treatment rooms and the Two Trees Bistro — and the newly reopened Kananaskis Country Golf Course.


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