1. Up to 40% Off When You Book a Suite This Summer.
Just finding accommodation during the summer months, in the heart of Canmore, is near impossible anymore. Staying at the incredible rate of 40% off is unheard of! Lasts summer, we Albertans remembered that we are privileged to live in one of the most beautiful outdoor activity destinations in the world. This summer, Albertans will still be longing for space and fresh air, both of which are abundant in Canmore. For this reason, an opportunity to stay at this incredible rate and play in one of the most beautiful places on earth will not last or likely come again. Don’t hesitate! Book now.
2. Legendary Kings Chamber Experience.
If you are a foodie suffering from dine-out withdrawal, you can experience a gourmet three-course meal with wine pairings delivered to your room. The menu follows the very popular Trust the Chef culinary experience format. Each day The Malcolm’s Head Chef draws up a new menu inspired by the best in-season produce and local food vendors to create a masterpiece for the plate. The package includes Luxury Suite Accommodation along with the dinner. The best part is, you don’t need to worry about who will drive.
3. Fathersday Sale 25% Off and a Local Food and Drink Sláinte.
I love this idea! The perfect antidote to COVID claustrophobia is a little dose of the mountain man lifestyle. Upon arrival, your Father will be treated to a delicious, cold Canmore Brewing Co. beverage and the perfect salty, savory accompaniment, beef jerky by Valbella Gourmet Foods. This welcome package will be delivered to his suite to be enjoyed while kicking back on the balcony as he gets excited about all the possibilities for adventure that call from the impressive mountains before him.
4. Breakfast in Bed, Adventure Just Outside The Door.
Even if it is no problem for you to make Canmore a day trip, consider treating yourself to a staycation for the sake of your mental health. Novelty is the first ingredient in the spice of life. Waking up in a luxurious bed that is not your own and opening the curtains to reveal the Rocky Mountains at first light stirs the heart. Enjoying à la carte breakfast delivered to your door means, while the city crowd is making do with drive-through and confronting traffic, you will have already made it out onto your favorite hiking trail rested, nourished, and inspired.
5. The Stirling Atrium and Highland Games Lounge now Socially Distanced Studies.
When is the last time you curled up on a cozy sofa to read a good book or peruse the photo artistry of a good magazine? If you just said grade twelve, you are overdue. The Malcolm hotel has turned the Atrium, and Highland Games Lounge into socially distanced sitting rooms with the look and feel of a grande hall in a Scottish Castle, without the draftiness.
6. The VIP (very important Pet) Enhancement Package.
During the last census, it was discovered that there are more dogs than children in Canmore. This is reflected in city planning as there are five off-leash dog parks and an extensive network of paved and off-the-beaten-path walking trails where you and your fur baby can explore new sights and smells together. At the Malcolm, not only are pets welcome, but there is a VIP (very important pet) enhancement package that includes Mut Hut treats, a Dog Cafe biscuit ball, and a dog pick-up bag case.
7. The Malcolm Hotel Sits in the Middle of Mountain Biking Mecca.
Like last summer, we are already seeing a run on outdoor sports equipment, especially bikes. The Alberta Government has deemed outdoor activities to be a low-risk way to connect with friends or family of another cohort. Currently, outdoor gatherings of up to 5 are permitted and will be increasing to 10 in Phase 1 reopening strategy. In the same way, the Alberta Ski Industry provided a much-needed venue for safe quality time with others, the Mountain Bike Industry is about to kick off. In Canada, Canmore is a legendary must-ride destination. On Google maps, if you click on the cyclist icon and search for directions from the Malcolm to the Nordic Centre, you get an estimate of 14 minutes. Similarly, if you search for The Malcolm to the Mount Lady MacDonald trailhead, you get 14 minutes. The Lady Mac trailhead, situated just across from the Iron Goat restaurant, is the lesser-known access point to the Horseshoe, G8, and Montane Traverse single track trails.
Why wait for the weekend! The Malcolm is an excellent place for a remote work & play extended stay. Just don’t forget to bring your appetite, a good book, a bike, and maybe even your puppy!