We stayed for three nights over Labor Day weekend as part of a trip around Alberta and British Colombia. We had arrived in Jasper on the Rocky Mountaineer and took a five minute taxi drive from the train station to the Alpine Log House. We were greeted by Terry and informed we needed to remove our shoes before getting into the house and whilst carrying a large amount of luggage. The room was relatively small with an en suite bathroom. We were shown around the house and informed of the numerous rules, such as, not cooking or eating strong odour foods in the house. Keeping things tidy and clean and no noise. The house is in a residential area and parking is limited so there are rules to follow for this too. Terry opened the fridge and sniffed the milk the previous guests had left behind and informed us it was probably OK to use if we wished to make our own coffee. As breakfast cannot be offered to guests in Jasper, breakfast provisions are supposed to be left in the fridge but there was no sign of this. We tried to settle in our room but it was not particularly comfortable, nor very clean. The window sills, skirting boards and bathroom could do with a deep clean, particularly the shower curtain and around the sink and toilet. There were more rules for the bathroom such as being provided with one thin bath towel each that was expected to last three days. The bed was uncomfortable and squeaked even when lying very still. If it had been possible to check out we would have done but as it was Labor Day weekend nothing else was available in the area. We were sorry to leave Jasper as it is lovely town with lots to see and do in the area but pleased to move to the next hotel at Emerald Lake.