Where To Stay During Your Lakeland Visit
If you’re planning stay in hotels in Lakeland, Alberta soon, or if you’re planning ahead for visiting your relatives in the area during the holidays, then you may want to check out these amazing hotels:
Located on the shore of Cold Lake, this luxury B&B has a number of beautifully appointed rooms, including the exclusive ‘Hideaway room’, which has its own private entrance and patio. Each morning they serve home-baked goods alongside freshly squeezed juice, surrounded by the work of local artists on the walls.
A stylish modern hotel with a restaurant and pub on-site and a function room, the Neighbourhood Inn is the perfect place if you’re used to executive-level travel. Fitness nuts will enjoy the complimentary pass to the town’s Centennial Centre, allowing them access to a modern gym and sports facilities.
For more rustic accommodation, the year-round cabins in Sir Winston Churchill park allow visitors to experience nature close up without leaving the comfort of a roaring fireplace. Each cabin is equipped with all the modern amenities you’d expect, including a firepit for winter nights.
More than just accommodation, this year-round RV park features farm year mini golf, paintball, a café serving fresh pie and coffee and u-pick. The campground is located a short drive from Bonnyville, so when you’re done you’ve got restaurants and entertainment right on your doorstep.
Located in the centre of Bonnyville, the Centre Suite is perfect for families and those visiting on business. The thirty suites come with a free buffet breakfast, free WIFI and barbecue grills for having your own cookouts.
If you’re looking for a comfortable place to stay the night on Highway 663, with restaurants and a grocery store just a short walk away, then the Almac is perfect for you. The on-site grill and pub allow you to unwind after a long day’s drive before retiring to a clean, quiet, air-conditioned room.
If you’re staying in hotels in Alberta’s Lakeland for business then you’ll appreciate the out of this world selection of rooms at St. Paul’s Galaxy Motel. You’ll also like the hot breakfast with sausages, scrambled eggs, potatoes, fresh juice, milk, coffee, tea, fresh fruits, eggs, cereals, muffins and toasts every morning. The motel has recently been refurbished, adding new beds and hardwood floors to an already impressive range of rooms.
If you’re planning on going ice fishing, a comfortable cabin is far preferable to a thin canvas ice-fishing tent. Lakeland Expeditions’ cabins are wired for power, with optional generators and all the amenities you’d expect from a good-quality cabin, including propane furnaces and stoves to cook what you catch.
This country campground has both RV sites, group camps and cabins available at the shore of a lake. As you can see from the picture above, they also have a great selection of dairy-free ice cream. It might be a little cold for boating and frosty snacks right now, so bookmark the Whitesands resort for the summer.
The town of Smoky Lake may be small, but its bed and breakfast packs a range of luxury amenities into a small, cozy house. Guests can enjoy an infra-red sauna, pool table, treadmill and a quiet reading room with a fireplace to enjoy books by. You’ll also get a full continental breakfast every morning.
This large but still intimate inn close to the shore of Jessie Lake comes with all the amenities you’d expect: complimentary tea and coffee in your room, fast wireless internet and a full continental breakfast. Each room is individually decorated and the halls and lobby are filled with work by local artists. One interesting fact: the entire large three-storey inn was relocated from another town by truck.
One of the largest and most luxurious hotels in the region, the Pomeroy Inn has a large swimming pool with a Jacuzzi and waterslide, a fitness suite, a 2,000 square foot events space, rooms with fully-featured kitchens- and it’s even pet-friendly. The rooms have Hypnos Sleep Systems beds with Eden linens and huge 43” TVs, with Keurig coffee makers to help you wake up in the morning.
If you are planning to stay in hotels in Lakeland, Alberta, then you can find a full list of the hotels, inns, lodges and guest houses in the region here.
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