ABOUT THE HOTEL
Situated directly across from Kelowna’s famous Hot Sands Beach and just two blocks from the main downtown hub, the Prestige Beach House is an ideal hotel for both leisure or business needs. With 67 rooms, a swimming pool and hot tub, fitness centre, a restaurant, lounge, and meeting space, the Beach House offers everything you need. Guests are also encouraged to borrow our complimentary cruiser bikes, sporting equipment, games and beach toys for added enjoyment.
Conveniently located downtown near the base of the W.R. Bennett Bridge, we're close to tourist attractions, business, shopping and recreational areas.
Take a short walk along the waterfront to Prospera Place, Lake City Casino, Kelowna's cultural district and many other attractions and shopping boutiques. World-class golf and ski resorts are also located nearby. Enjoy activities such as boating, hiking, swimming and wine tours. You’ll discover that every member of our staff possesses a refreshing combination of friendliness and professionalism.
✓Meeting Space ✓Pool ✓Hot Tub ✓Restaurant
✓Complimentary Wifi ✓Covered Parking
ABOUT THE DESTINATION:
As the largest city on Okanagan Lake, Kelowna has become known as the “gateway to the Okanagan.” With a stunning landscape consisting of mountains, lakes, beaches, orchards & vineyards, it is evident why Kelowna attracts people from all over the world.
Providing visitors and residents with an abundance of outdoor activities, explore this beautiful city from the land, sea, or sky. A haven for golf enthusiasts, Kelowna boasts 18 picturesque and challenging courses to choose from. With more than 30 local wineries & vineyards, embark on a tour and discover what makes the region’s wine world-renowned. The arts and cultural presence is vibrant and inspiring. Take in a performance from Ballet Kelowna or the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra and get lost in the history at Okanagan Heritage Museum.
The Beach House is located across from City Park and Hot Sands Beach with easy access to Prospera Place, downtown shops and restaurants, as well as the city’s cultural district.