The most distinguishing feature of Whistler’s Inn Jasper is its central location in Jasper townsite in Jasper National Park.
The hotel is situated on the corner of Connaught Drive and Miette Drive in the heart of the townsite action.
The Jasper National Park Information Centre is next door. Across the street is the train station. The Whistler’s Inn hotel is surrounded by restaurants and gift shops.
And in the morning, when you need good coffee, take a short walk west on Connaught Drive to a great independent bakery/cafe/coffee shop called The Other Paw Bakery.
While it lacks a pool, the 2 hot tubs on the top floor of Whistler’s Inn and the little wildlife museum in the basement make up for it.
The word on the street from Whistler’s Inn Jasper reviews is that the rooms at Whistler’s Inn Jasper are what you’d expect. Clean and comfortable.
If you are a light sleeper, you might want to call ahead and ask about the availability of a quieter room. What you’ll want to avoid is being above the 1st floor pub if noise bothers you. I wouldn’t worry too much though. You’ll probably be so tired after a day of Jasper National Park recreation that nothing is going to keep you awake anyways! Or you could turn on the AC or the fan to drown out any noise. Personally, I always pack ear plugs whenever I travel just in case.
The only downside of this Jasper National Park hotel is parking. There’s a small lot in back lacking enough spaces to accommodate all guests. You’ll have to park on the street – which can be a pain in the peak summer months. The parking lot across the street next to the train station is a good place to park.
Whistler’s Inn Jasper prices are in the average range for standard rooms. Booking early for vacations in the peak months of July and August is recommended as there are more visitors to Jasper during this time than there are rooms available.