Western Canadian hospitality brand Basecamp Resorts has released the details of its newest property MTN House by Basecamp, a luxury four-story 99-room hotel opening this summer in Canmore, Alta.
Online reservations have now opened for bookings starting July 1, with guest rooms, family rooms and pet-friendly rooms available.
Designed by MTA Urban Design, MTN House by Basecamp will feature a refined rustic; the property sits on 3.56 acres of land, just a short walk from downtown Canmore.
MTN House by Basecamp’s main level will host the company’s first food and beverage concept - Rhythm & Howl, a new upscale restaurant, café and bar with a focus on sustainability and local ingredients, helmed by notable Canadian chef, Jason Leizert.
Offering mountain views from every angle, the hotel’s spacious lobby lounge will feature a wood-burning fireplace, multiple work/seating areas, a large outdoor patio dining area, a vintage photo booth and espresso and cocktail bars. Elevated amenities for hotel guests include newly renovated rooms, premium bedding and furniture, in-room dining service, valet parking, a full-service front desk and concierge, communal hot tubs, complimentary cruiser bikes, and more.
MTN House by Basecamp will also be home to Canmore’s first premium Nordic spa, set to open in Summer, 2024. Offering premium hydrotherapy, dry and wet sauna and massage services, the Nordic Spa will be open to hotel guests as well as to day visitors.
“Canmore is one of Canada’s most charming mountain destinations with its epic views, endless outdoor adventures, vibrant local restaurant and shopping scene and friendly community. We are thrilled to be bringing MTN House by Basecamp’s hotel, restaurant and Nordic spa offering to Canmore, adding a luxurious travel experience to the landscape that will attract visitors from around the world,” says Sky McLean, founder and CEO, Basecamp Resorts. “MTN House by Basecamp will be one of Canmore’s finest luxury accommodations and the only one of its kind in the area offering an elevated food, beverage and Nordic spa experience. Our new property along with our dedication to providing top-notch service will be every bit worthy of a 5-star rating,” added McLean.
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