Welcome to Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts. We are a group of upscale lodges in the Canadian Rockies, a luxury resort on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, a state of the art commercial laundry and bakery facility, a specialty retail store and cutting edge restaurants in Calgary.
A commitment to excellence in service at every level is our trademark.
Our lodges offer beautiful and unique accommodations in breathtaking surroundings. We offer a retreat to nature, serenity and relaxation to help the weary traveller leave the pressures of a busy world behind. We are surrounded by the towering peaks of the Canadian Rockies and our guests and staff enjoy outdoor adventures like skiing, canoeing, whitewater rafting and mountaineering.
Culinary adventurers delight at our signature cuisine. As a result, we’ve been featured in Gourmet, Bon Appetit Canadian Living and at the James Beard Culinary Arts foundation. CRMR is committed to an exceptional culinary experience. We own and operate a game farm – naturally raising elk, bison and caribou to ensure the best game meats available for our tables. Our award-winning wine programs have been featured in Wine Spectator and we are currently pleased to enjoy the magazine’s ‘Best of’ Award of Excellence standing at the lodges. (Photo on this page courtesy of Banff Lake Louise Tourism)
Frequently Asked Questions
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|How would I get there?
Driving is an option if you have a car, and parking is available for all staff vehicles. If you decide to fly, it is best to fly in to the Calgary International Airport and then take either a shuttle service such as the Rocky Mountain Sky Shuttle or the Banff Airporter, or the Greyhound Bus. The Greyhound makes regular trips to Banff, Lake Louise, and Field. From each respective townsite, it is a short taxi cab ride to the individual lodge.What about staff uniforms?
A uniform is a requirement in all positions. Your department head may answer any further questions you have regarding this.What about seasonal vs. year-round jobs?
There are MANY full-time, year-round career positions at CRMR, depending on the position you are applying for and the lodge at which you apply. Please note that we do not have summer positions, only seasonal ones. We typically employ all new seasonal team members based on a contract that ends around Canadian Thanksgiving (mid October). Our human resources manager can assist you with further details.What are the Conditions of Employment?
You must be of legal age to live and work at the lodges. For Alberta, the legal age is 18 and B.C. is 19. All CRMR staff must be bondable and willing to provide a clean criminal record check upon employment.If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.