CRMR, Canadian Tourism Awards Business of the Year finalist

Congratulations to Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts (CRMR), a finalists for the Business of the Year award for the 2013 Canadian Tourism Awards, presented by The Toronto Star and Visa Canada.

With 5 incredible lodges and 9 restaurants in Southern Alberta and B.C., CRMR locations continue to be incredibly popular for brides when planning weddings, elopements, engagement parties, rehearsal dinners and stags and stagettes. Since 1986, CRMR has been treating couples to incredible service that features the natural beauty of our country. From the picturesque The Ranche Restaurant at Fish Creek Park to boutique lodges like Emerald Lake Lodge and Buffalo Mountain Lodge, they offer incredible packages that are unique, memorable and offer full customization. You can see their entire menu of wedding opportunities here!

Emerald Lake Lodge by Orangegirl Photography

“As a family company, we are incredibly excited about this nomination,” says Pat O’Connor, owner of CRMR. “We strive to deliver a memorable tourism experience that is unique for our guests and complements our natural surroundings. From the Sunshine Coast in British Columbia (B.C.) to the Canadian Rockies in Alberta and B.C., we are very fortunate to share these beautiful destinations with our guests.”

Since 1986, Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts has been a part of the tourism industry. Consisting of three upscale boutique lodges – Buffalo Mountain Lodge in Banff, Emerald Lake Lodge in Field, B.C, and Deer Lodge in Lake Louise – four unique restaurants located in Calgary – Bar C, Divino, Cilantro, and The Ranche, a game ranch called Canadian Rocky Mountain Ranch (CRM Ranch), a specialty market called CRMR at Home as well as Painted Boat Resort & Spa on the Sunshine Coast of B.C., CRMR has hosted thousands of international, national and local visitors – as well as employed them.

The Air Canada Business of the Year Award is presented to a tourism business that exemplifies industry best practices in all aspects of its operations, and is thus an example of all-round business excellence in the tourism industry.

The Canadian Tourism Awards are presented annually by the Tourism Industry Association of Canada to recognize success, leadership and innovation in Canada’s tourism industry, and to reward those people, places, organizations and events that have gone above and beyond to offer travelers superior tourism experiences in Canada.