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About Us

Family of hotels

Who we are

INNhotels is a family of independent hotels that you can rely on to provide exceptional hospitality throughout Alberta and British Columbia.


Our mission

To share our Canadian experience of tourism, culture and history that surpass the expectations of any standard hotel.

Our vision

To be a leader in hotel hospitality, sustainable tourism, and community development.

things we value


We incorporate the values of being a family through the care & support we provide our staff & guests.


We are committed to providing our guests with an exceptional experience, to do good for others and to serve.


We respect and appreciate the hard work everyone puts into our organization to ensure its longevity.


We support within our organization. We train, educate, and lead our staff from our grassroots history.


We are leaders in sustainable tourism and community development.


We assure our guests that they can rely on our service with our consistently sound practices and dependable hospitality.

Our Team

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    Gerry Levasseur

    Founder & CEO

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    Lisa Levasseur


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    Gerard Levasseur

    vice president

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    Brian Stasynec

    Chief Financial Officer

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    Brenda Netter

    Director of Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Doug Ross

    Director Assets, Acquisitions & Mergers

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    Rusty Noble

    Director of Operations

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    Judy Hewertson

    Director of People & Culture

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    Rejean Chiasson

    Director of Resort Sales

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    Helena Aerden

    Director of Marketing

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    Michael LeBlanc

    Director of Food & Beverage

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    Helga Levasseur

    Still the one in charge

Our location

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  • Invermere
  • Valemount
  • Jasper
  • Grande Cache
  • Stony Plain
  • Red Deer
  • Canmore



This year round resort town INN BC is a scenic 2½ hour drive from Calgary, Alberta and nestled in the Columbia Valley between the Rocky and Purcell Mountains. The location is perfect for those that love year round adventure activities like golfing, skiing, hiking, fishing and boating. As the economic hub of the area, the quaint town has plenty of boutiques, art galleries, cafes and restaurants. Surrounded by magnificent mountain scenery, natural hot springs and endless possibilities for unforgettable fun.




A Rocky Mountain Wilderness Escape Only an hour west of Jasper, surrounded by three mountain ranges, the area is very well-known as one of the top mountain biking, snowmobile & heliski destinations in the world. Not to mention all of the great fishing, hunting, horseback riding and ATV trails. On route to Alaska, the perfect spot to stop along the way.




A favourite destination INN The Canadian Rockies right in the heart of Jasper National Park, Alberta. Endless attractions including the Sky Tram, Marmot Basin, and Maligne Canyon, the town itself maintains a quaint small mountain town feel, with beautiful shops, galleries and eateries. This is one of the top tourist destinations in the world with countless things to do, and a once INN a Lifetime experience for every age.


Grande Cache


A small mining town INN northern Alberta and is a beautiful gateway to Willmore Wilderness Park. Grande Cache is surrounded by stunning valleys: Smoky River, Sulphur River, Victor Lake and Grande Cache Lake. To the east of the town is Grande Mountain - a spectacular site to see. As they focus on developing tourism, they’ve become known for hosting the Canadian Death Race.


Stony Plain


One of the most historic towns #INNAlberta, Stony Plain is sure to give you a feeling of home, with charming shops and old town western storefronts. #INNjoy a peaceful stay in the country, beautiful parks and endless paved trails, along with historic murals. Visit weekly farmers markets, major country fairs and events all summer long, including the Blue Grass Festival & Farmers days. The town is only 20 minutes away from Edmonton & West Edmonton Mall, largest indoor mall in North America. #INNplacestogo to avoid big city hustle & bustle!


Red Deer


Prior to European settlement, the area was a gathering place that was inhabited by Aboriginal tribes including the Blackfoot, Plains Cree and Stoney. European fur traders began passing through the area in the late eighteenth century. Into this ethnic mix, the Metis peoples also emerged. A native trail ran from Montana in the south across the Bow River near Calgary and on to Fort Edmonton. About halfway between Calgary and Edmonton, the trail crossed the Red Deer River at a wide, stony shallow used by First Nations peoples and bison, commonly known as buffalo, since ancient times.The shallows, now known as the Old Red Deer Crossing, are about 7 kilometres(4.3 mi) upstream from the present City of Red Deer.




A little gem #INNBanff worth exploring, home of the Three Sisters, Grassi lake, and Grotto mountains. Find a hike just for you out of the hundreds within the area at any skill level. Want to experience culinary tourism at it's finest? Canmore has some of the most authentic, unique and satisfying places to eat including Rocky Mountain Flatbread Co., Rocky Mountain Bagel Co, and more. Let your adventurous side soar while kayaking or canoeing one of the surrounding lakes or white water raft down the Bow River.


"Find Yourself in Canadian Nature"