This was also where the dancing moved to after the wedding celebration had to leave the wedding, dinner and dance location upstairs in the Sunroom. It worked out pretty well and we danced until the wee hours!
Dress Code: I don't think there is normally any dress code and we were mostly dressed in the fancy duds we'd had on for the wedding.
Canmore and Jasper have a pubs with live bands on the weekends. We went out a few times, but when you have been hiking and mountain biking all day, the only two places you want you want to go to are the Jacuzzi (Hot Tub) and your bed.
Dress Code: There is no dress code. We were there in the summer. It does get chilly at night.
I'm not telling you to go out and do this but this is something that is fairly common among the youth of Edmonton to try at least once. Night time at the Legislature there are bright yellow lights lighting up the building. You go stare at the light right close up (cuping your eyes to get maximum exposure) until you can read the writing on the light bulbs. When you look up, everything will be black except sources of light which will now be purple. The best place to do this is the very rear of the building (southside). There are stairs going downward with lights on bothsides and a fountain at the bottom with an open flame which looks neat when it's purple. Becareful I don't know if the security likes people doing this but I have never had any problems. Also don't do this to often for obvious eye health reasons.
A nice movie theatre with a balcony. It plays the more independant movies if you are into those and it is cheaper than going to the mainstream movie theatres.
Bar none- Le Germain is spectacular. I couldn't classify it as boutique becuase it caters to such a...more
Pyramid Lake Road, 5 km from Jasper, Jasper, Alberta, T0E 1E0, Canada
Good for: Business
The Met is a lovely boutique hotel located on Whyte Avenue. It is in a excellent location. There is...more