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Lots of lodging in Alberta and British Columbia

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postedJanuary 27, 2020
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Tour operators heading to Alberta and British Columbia have a wide array of lodging choices, thanks to their NTA supplier partners. Five member companies own multiple hotels in Alberta and/or British Columbia, and they offer a range of accommodations, amenities, rates, and special touches for travelers.

Atlific Hotels
This major Canadian brand has 15 hotels in Alberta—the majority in Fort McMurray, Calgary, and Red Deer—and seven in British Columbia.

Hallmark Hospitality
An NTA member since 1998, Hallmark’s list includes properties in Edmonton, Calgary, and Vancouver. A new-build hotel also is in the works for Vancouver.

The Pursuit Collection
The Alberta-based sightseeing provider manages seven properties in Jasper, two in Banff, and one near the Columbia Icefield.

PHI Hotel Group
With expertise in hotel management and development, PHI Hotel Group has five Alberta properties and seven in British Columbia.

Sandman Hotel
The Sandman collection spans every corner of the two southwestern Canadian provinces, giving travelers 41 hotels to choose from.

The list of hotels in the two provinces also includes five properties that hold individual NTA memberships: Brewster’s Mountain Lodge (Banff), the Canmore Inn and Suites (Canmore), The Crossing (Lake Louise), River Rock Casino Resort (Richmond), and the Royal Scot Hotel & Suites (Victoria).

Top photo: Hallmark Hotels’ Ramada Vancouver Downtown
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