Prestige Inn Radium Hot Springs


ABOUT THE HOTEL

The Prestige Inn Radium Hot Springs offers a comfortable stay with a variety of room types to suit every traveler. Conveniently located at the crossroads of Highway 93 and Highway 95, the hotel offers 87 rooms, a swimming pool, hot tub, fitness centre, restaurant and lounge. The Radium hotel is situated in a panoramic mountain setting at the edge of the breathtaking Kootenay National Park and world-famous therapeutic Radium Hot Springs Pools. The Inn offers easy access to many of the area’s outdoor activities including hiking, golfing, skiing, water rafting, wildlife viewing and cycling, all within minutes of the hotel.

Featured Amenities
✓Meeting Rooms  ✓Pool  ✓Hot Tub  ✓Restaurant  ✓Lounge ✓Complimentary Wifi  ✓Athletic Club 

We're proud to say that our hotel is dog-friendly! A limited number of rooms are designated for dogs, so please call us directly at 250-347-2300 to inquire about rates and availability. 

Find a lower rate for our hotel somewhere else online? Give us a call, tell us where you found it, and we will gladly match it!  Note: matched rate would be subject to the same restrictions as the online rate (ex: non-refundable, minimum length of stay, etc), must be in Canadian dollars, and is only applicable for the same date.

Plus, by booking direct with us, you'll be eligible to collect Prestige Rewards or Aeroplan points for your stay!

 

ABOUT THE DESTINATION

Enjoy getting away from the hustle and bustle of city life with a visit to Radium Hot Springs. A small, charming village known as the gateway to Kootenay National Park, Radium’s residents are friendly and take pride in their community.

Recognized mostly because of the world-renowned Radium Hot Springs Mineral Pools, the village has an abundance of outdoor activities and wildlife. Be prepared to see herds of bighorn sheep walking through the streets. The area has one of the world’s most significant unspoiled wetlands that provides a home for birds, otters, turtles, and even grizzly and black bears.

From championship golf, whitewater rafting, to horseback riding, explore this hidden gem in the Kootenay-Rockies region.