Such a great, romantic anniversary weekend! We had four nights in the one room cabin built in 2009. It had a mini fridge and a microwave and some dishes, so we brought some food to make breakfasts and some other make shift meals. The main room had a king bed, high stools for eating with three big drawers, a couch and chair and a coffee table. Facing the bed was a wonderful stone fronted wood burning fireplace and big windows looking onto the forest and a deck with adirondack chairs. The bathroom was beautiful with granite counters, heated floor and a large walk in shower. There were two shower heads, but we couldn't figure out how to get the telescopic shower head to work. No big deal as the rain fall shower head was wonderful. The wood burning fireplace created a bit of smoke back into the room, so we felt like we were hanging around a campfire, just like camping, but that just went along with the rustic feel of these beautiful cabins. We spent some time in the hot tub and enjoyed that immensely after our 12km hike. There are great paths our front of the complex which you can follow by the river. We also sat in the adirondack chairs in front of the complex enjoying the flow of the Athabasca River running by. We were really happy with our choice of place for this anniversary. We loved the slightly remote feeling of a cabin in the woods, but we were still within a short reach of town. Lots of great places to hike, eat, shop or just hang out in Jasper, we highly recommend the town of Jasper, but more specifically we highly recommend the Alpine Village!