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An earthy blend of indigenous Rundle rock and timber beam construction echoes the majesty of the nearby mountains, and confident use of texture and architectural detailing has created environments that are both welcoming and dramatic. Each structure sits aside a sweeping stone wall that encircles the property, linking them to the heart of the estate and the soul of entertaining and gracious hospitality, the kitchen of Sapphire Hall. Azuridge is recognized by the Alberta Association of Architects as a Significant Property.


  • 13 guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows framing breathtaking views

  • Open concept kitchen at the heart of Sapphire Hall

  • 12 seat Bubinga Chef’s Table

  • Intimate and stylish ‘OPAL’ dining room

  •  Tiger’s Eye Den 

  • Aventurine games room

  • Banquet, meeting, lecture and conference facilities

  • ‘Azurite Gazebo’ outdoor sheltered lounge with an executive kitchen and al fresco dining

  • Pond-side stage on manicured gardens

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To ensure our guests feel comfortable while visiting us we are using UV-C Lighting Technologies in all the guests rooms, washrooms, meeting spaces and public areas. UV-C is an eco-friendly and chemical free alternative that eliminates 99.9% of bacteria and other pathogens.
Before you check-in you can have comfort in knowing that your room and other areas of the hotel have been thoroughly cleaned and sanitized.


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Azuridge rests atop 13 acres of rolling foothills in Priddis Alberta. Although only a few kilometers from Calgary, Priddis has remained a quiet and peaceful escape that boasts homestead ranches and family retreats.

Originally built in 1997 by local entrepreneur Mogens Smed, the impressive residence, that is now Azuridge, was inspired by the history of the Canadian Pacific Railway and has been likened to some of the grand historic railway stations. One of the most notable features includes the floor to ceiling windows in the main hall that were added to provide an awe-inspiring panorama of the foothills.

The name “Azuridge” is inspired by Alberta’s brilliant blue skies, they were drawn to the word “Azure,” referencing the mineral Azurite known for its stunning blue/green colour. The “ridge” component was added because Azuridge is situated on a ridge to have maximum view of the Alberta foothills. Azurite mineral is also known as the “stone of heaven,”
which captures its unique qualities of “Azuridge.”


Azuridge opened to the public on January 1, 2012. Word quickly spread of this hidden gem tucked away in the Alberta foothills and it soon welcomed a mix of international famous faces drawn to its seclusion and spirit, returning local guests who’ve grown to consider Azuridge a home away from home, and corporate retreats eager to connect in complete seclusion.

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