Kimberley Lodging & Money Saving Tips
Congratulations! You're already doing well if your goal is to enjoy a big mountain experience at small resort prices, by choosing Kimberley Alpine Resort.
Your next step is to do a little research to find the best Kimberley lodging deals and other savings opportunities. Research no further because we've done the work for you:
1. Be nice and share - because it's cheaper. Of course you want to share accommodations with your friends and family because you love them and love being near them. If you still need some convincing, keep in mind that it will also save you a lot of money!
Split the cost of Kimberley lodging when you book a large vacation rental condo or chalet. Pay less per person than booking multiple hotel rooms. Privacy isn't an issue as you'll stil have individual bedrooms.
2. Make it an all-mountain-access vacation at a fraction of the price! Get the Canadian Rockies Louise Card to pay discount lift ticket prices at Kimberley and get some free ski days at Lake Louise! This card also includes discounts at other close-by resorts, Fernie* and Nakiska. Visit www.louisecard.com to find out more and to place your order.
*Psst...We also list owner-direct Fernie accommodation.
3. Meet North Star Mountain. Free mountain orientation tours are offered daily at 9:30 am & 1 pm. Let your guest guide know your skiing or riding goals/interests and they'll be sure to point out the perfect runs to kick-start your vacation. Tours depart from the Resort Customer Service Office.
4. Leave your car at home. Not only will you save money on gas and parking, but by opting to take the free town shuttle, you'll never take a wrong turn or have to worry about poor winter road conditions. Alternatively, walking is a great method of transportation as Kimberley is small and pedestrian-friendly.
5. The best laid plans......will save you the most money! Book early for the best accommodation and flight selection and more competitive rates. Avoid the holiday season if you can, just before Christmas until just after New Years. This is high season with the highest prices of the year.