We’re not sorry about the value of staying at the Kanata. So go ahead, kick off your boots and mitts and let us show you how great Canadian hospitality can be.
Welcome to the Great Canadian Inndoors.
Enough food to survive a Canadian winter or win a Stanley Cup, served fresh every morning. We’ll supply canoe-fulls of maple syrup with your continental breakfast. Due to COVID 19 our Alberta locations have suspended breakfast until further notice.
We’re friendly, we always say sorry, we drink maple syrup, we spend a lot of time outdoors, our beer is better, and we’re really proud that we are 100% Canadian owned. We will also do our best to show you what we think Canadian value truly is.
Every room comes with complimentary amenities, free laundry facilities, great Canadian breakfast, free wifi, and big screen TVs so you won’t have to spend any extra loonies and toonies. That’s a nice change, eh?
One of the many classic summertime things to do in Kelowna is to go on a wine tour. The Okanagan is well-known for being “wine country” and with good reason. Countless wineries with award-winning wines line the region and it’ll take more than just a few days to try them all. We highly recommend checking them out and booking a tour even if you’re just getting into wine tasting.Check Kelowna Availability
If you’re looking for a round of golf you won’t soon forget, the Crowsnest Pass Golf Club is the place to go. Recently expanded, the course now boasts 6,659 yards from the longest tees and 3,976 yards from the shorter tees. Stunning views, and a course design that’s challenging enough for experienced players but still welcoming to new ones, makes this one of Blairmore’s hotspot attractions.Check Blairmore Availability
One of the most popular things to do while sightseeing in Fort Saskatchewan is floating, boating, canoeing, or kayaking down the North Saskatchewan River. The river is often calm enough to make for a relaxing day soaking up the sun and taking in the local scenery slowly going downstream. It’s the perfect excursion for an easy vacation activity.Check Fort Saskatchewan Availability
Travelling to Whitecourt on a budget? One of the locations you can’t miss while you’re there is Hard Luck Canyon. One of the hidden gems of the area, it’s the perfect family-friendly destination to get outdoors. The waterfall at the end also makes for some excellent photos and there are plenty of animals to look for on the trail as well.Check Whitecourt Availability
Well known for its ski trails in the winter, the resort switches to one of the most popular tourist attractions in Invermere in the summer with numerous mountain bike trails to ride on. There are plenty of paths down the mountain perfect for all levels of bikers, plus hiking routes, pools and waterslides—even horseback riding is available to try!Check Invermere Availability
“We stayed at the Kanata Inns last weekend and it was a wonderful experience! After a full day of hiking in the summer heat the Kanata was a fantastic place to rest our bones! We were lucky to get the last room in the hotel! Even being full, it was quiet, clean and the service at the front desk was incredible!"
Kanata Inns Invermere
“Excellent hotel with clean rooms, good wifi, a nice breakfast, and very interesting architecture in the design of the hotel. One of my top stays when I come through the Crowsnest Pass!"
Kanata Inns Blairmore
“I stay at hotels all over western Canada for work and leisure and by far this is the best hotel I have ever stayed at! I am in the area all the time due to my oilfield career and find myself even going a couple hours out of the way to stay at this hotel."
Kanata Inns Whitecourt