People are talking about the Mount Robson Inn in Jasper and its sister hotel, the Mountaineer Lodge in Lake Louise. Perhaps it’s because of the Icefields Parkway, a stunning stretch of road that connects visitors to these iconic locations in Canadian Rockies; perhaps it’s because of its multi-generational history of hotel ownership. Whatever the story, both the Mountaineer Lodge and the Mount Robson Inn and the remarkable landscapes of Jasper and Banff National Park will inspire limitless stories.

Press Releases

One of the ‘World’s Best Drives’ now has a home on the World Wide Web – May 2014

Mount Robson Inn adds sister hotel in Lake Louise to family – May 2012

Family hotel that won’t let you out the door with your breakfast – April 2012

Wickenburg, Arizona is Jasper’s new sister city – October 2012

In Social Media

Some of our most popular Facebook posts – visit us on Facebook

  • Do you know what a Bear Jam is? (photos) – July 16 Summer 2014
  • Mountain goats experience opening of Glacier Sky Walk – June 06 Summer 2014
  • Why did the pair of Lynx cross the road? – March 18 Winter 2014
  • Jasper is Wild! 69 species of wildlife and we know how many of each there are – May 2013
  • Design a hotel room and win a Jasper ski getaway – December 2012

Our Story – Three generations of hotel hospitality in Jasper

A family of hotel operators started with Joe Gulevich who acquired a beautiful woodland piece of property outside of the Jasper town site near the eastern edge of Jasper National Park. Having grown up on a farm east of Edmonton, working with his hands was a familiar day for Joe. The land soon was established with cabins for seasonal stays in 1954 – the property was named Pocahontas Cabins. The family lived on site and shared their lives and stories with their guests. Guests would return year after year not only to visit Jasper National Park but to check in with the Gulevich Family and Poco Joe” as he quickly became known. Read More
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