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'The Bachelorette' Is Reportedly Filming Its Next Season At This Gorgeous Lodge In Jasper

The first season where the scenery is better-looking than the contestants.
The Bachelorette Is Reportedly Filming Its Next Season At This Amazing Lodge In Jasper

The newest season of The Bachelorette is reportedly coming north!

According to a story from the National Post, the entire Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta is being rented out — all of the nearly 450 rooms — for nine weeks, in order to accommodate the cast and crew of The Bachelorette's 17th season.

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The luxury lodge is equidistant from Edmonton and Calgary's airports, and it has its own golf course, a pool and a boathouse.

Narcity reached out to Jasper Park Lodge to confirm the news but a spokesperson said they could not share any details about reservations in order to safeguard the privacy of guests.*

The lodge has been included in a high-profile rumour before — in 2018, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were said to be honeymooning at the lodge.

The lodge publicly denied that claim, but they did say that Queen Elizabeth and Queen Elizabeth II have stayed at Jasper Park Lodge.

Marilyn Monroe also filmed her 1954 film River Of No Return at the lodge.

Alberta has been represented on The Bachelorette before — 38-year-old Mike Tobin from Calgary was one of two Canadian contestants in the show's 2020 season, but he was sent home in the first week of the program.

*This article has been updated.

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