Pyramid Lake Resort is located in a secluded portion of Jasper National Park, featuring breath-taking views of the Canadian Rockies and easy access to Pyramid Lake and Patricia Lake.
Rooms at this resort come with a coffee maker, a fireplace, a balcony, satellite television, a refrigerator, and offer free local calls.
Guests of the hotel can use the property's fitness centre, hot tub, 24-hour front desk, tour booking assistance, free Wi-Fi, free parking, picnic area, and conference space. Mountain bike, kayak, paddleboat, and canoe rentals are also available on-site.
There is an on-site restaurant called The Pines that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There is a children's menu available at this restaurant, as well.
Pyramid Lake Resort is only 6.5 kilometres from Jasper's town centre, 13.2 kilometres from the Jasper SkyTram, and 27 kilometres from Marmot Basin, which is the main ski mountain in the area.
Guests have commented that the views at Pyramid Lake Resort are spectacular. You can expect to see the snow covered mountains in the background, in addition to having a nice view of the lake. Some have also mentioned that the resort is close enough to town to be convenient, yet far enough away to feel secluded.
Tonnes of activities for the family
Past guests have enjoyed the numerous activities to be found around this resort. There is a lake that freezes over during the winter for skating and a number of hiking trails to explore in the summer, so you will never run out of things to do during your stay.
Lovely fireplace in the rooms
All rooms are equipped with an electric fireplace, which guests have said adds to the ambience of the rooms and gives them a cosy, lodge-like feel.
Scary road to the property
A few guests have mentioned that the road that takes you to Pyramid Lake Resort is winding and can get icy in the winter. As long as you take your time and drive carefully, however, this shouldn't be too much of a problem.
Rooms too hot
Some past guest have found the rooms to be too hot. Since there is no air conditioning in the rooms, the only way to cool things down is to open a door or window, which is problematic during the cold winter months.
Thin walls in rooms
Guests have complained about the noise at the resort, as the building is on the older side and the walls are quite thin. As a result, you might be able to hear your neighbour's conversations, whether you want to or not.