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Miette Mountain Cabins
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Great value, lots of potential
User: ERdocMom2 from: Calgary, Canada
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Aug, 7, 2022
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2022
Rating: 4
We stayed in a two bedroom cabin for 4 nights with 2 adults, 2 kids and our dog. Overall very positive experience. This is the only place in and around Jasper I could find with a full kitchen that can accommodate a family without having to book multiple rooms (assuming you don’t want to fork over 2K a night at Jasper Park Lodge for a cabin). The pool is a huge draw. My kids spent all their free time in the pool despite the rain and cooler temps. It’s kept at 28 degrees so is quite comfortable. Coffee machine in the lounge was also great for free frothy drinks, hot chocolate etc. I do think the cabins could use a few more amenities. There was no paper towel, no oven mitts, baking dishes or serving platters. Four plates, cups, bowls, one frying pan and one pot. So plan accordingly. Given the distance from the town site, I would suggest a few things for management to consider. The store should be better stocked with groceries and toiletries. All it is now is a little souvenir shop. Suggest eggs, bacon, sausages, OJ and milk, cereal, burgers and dogs, buns, condiments, etc. Things that people will use on site. Also advil, Tylenol, toothbrushes, toothpaste… things people forget when they pack. Also, once resources allow, it would be great to have a restaurant on site. Breakfast and easy lunch items at the very least. With a pool, cabins, a proper store, and a restaurant this would be a highly coveted spot with everything you need on site. Overall, would definitely come back and hope to see some positive upgrades in the future.

Not good at all
User: joannetX1502DF from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Aug, 6, 2022
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2022
Rating: 1
Not good at all, the cabins we stayed in (117 & 119) were filthy! The windows looked as though they have never been washed, the floor was filthy, cobwebs and clumps of hair behind the furniture! 2 pairs of dirty socks found in cabin 117 on arrival (1 in the sofa bed and one under the bedside table) and bearing in mind there was to be no housekeeping during our stay (4 nights) there was no brush in the cabin to brush the floor or extra toilet rolls/clean towels, no extra bin bags, tea towels. There is a gas stove in the cabin that is automatically controlled and there is a notice to say keep anything 1m away from it at all times. This is impossible when the sofa bed is pulled out at night! The on site shop is poor where most of the stuff is not priced, I asked why to be told the prices change with inflation! Now as you are 30 mins away from the nearest town please make sure you are well stocked up before arriving. Such a shame as the cabins are in such a lovely location and just need some tlc

Great rooms and great staff
User: phillipwJ2775IH from:
Published Date: Aug, 4, 2022
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
Room was clean and tidy staff was really good cabins free coffee in the lounge we also did our laundry here at coin laundry there is also a gift shop here with some great gifts idea’s only 30 mins from the town of jasper
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Comfortable but mosquito-stained
User: 934clairep from: Madrid, Spain
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Aug, 2, 2022
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2022
Rating: 3
We’d read a lot of reviews prior to our stay and were slightly apprehensive. The good points were: - really comfy bed - well-equipped kitchenette - check-in was fast and friendly - check-out was super easy Things we were less keen on: - the distance to Jasper (we’d underestimated it, so just bear in mind that you definitely need a car and be prepared to drive 40-ish mins to Jasper) - the mosquito blood stains on the walls and curtains… we figured that mosquitoes would be a problem anyway and that can’t be helped, but there were squashed mosquitoes on various spots of the walls and curtains, as well as dead bugs and inspected along the window sill - there is a small shop by reception where you can get some basics like milk or sandwiches, but it’s still pretty limited if you’re arriving late and haven’t had time to raid a grocery store in Jasper beforehand. Get your groceries sorted before you check in and go hiking.

Disappointing
User: TeamMac from: San Diego, California
Published Date: Jul, 31, 2022
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2022
Rating: 1
Way over priced for what you get staying here, which many reviewers have stated. We were in a lodge 1 bed and the room was large enough but amenities were low end. The room was dirty and dated and had mold on the bathroom walls and ceiling. Unfortunately our room was at the end of the building along the road but it wasn't the road noise that was a problem, it was that the staff smoking area was right outside the windows. It was hot when we stayed there and we had the windows open. This allowed the smoke smell to fill our room every time staff had a smoke break. If you want to charge $500 CAD a night for a room, make sure it is clean and provide value for the $$...you can't keep using COVID as an excuse for providing substandard service and accommodations.
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