Located on the banks of a nature estuary with unobstructed views of Shuswap Lake and Bastion Mountains, the Prestige Harbourfront Resort in Salmon Arm offers a comfortable yet upscale experience. Within easy walking distance to the Salmon Arm Wharf, and located just blocks from downtown’s shopping and dining offerings, the resort features 121 guest rooms including many with lake views and private balconies.
Two dining options - the Sandbar restaurant and Don Cherry's Sports Grill - and French bistro Café Tasse are on site, as well as an indoor and outdoor pool, outdoor hot tub, spa and salon, and athletic club. Large banquet and meeting room facilities are available, with catering to suit every need. Guests are also encouraged to borrow our complimentary bikes, sporting equipment, board games and beach toys for added enjoyment.
✓Convention Centre ✓Pool ✓Hot Tub ✓Spa ✓Restaurant ✓Lounge ✓Cafe ✓Complimentary Premium WiFi ✓Athletic Club ✓Arcade
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Beautiful Salmon Arm, British Columbia has become a popular four-season destination in the Shuswap region. Enjoy easy access to Salmon Arm Wharf, downtown shops, and nearby estuary. With unparalleled views of Shuswap Lake and the mountains, hiking and mountain biking are must-do summer adventures; while snow shoeing, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing keep residents and visitors busy during the winter months.
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The arts and cultural side of this charming community is bold and captivating. From the excitement of the annual Roots & Blues Festival to getting lost in the history at RJ Haney Heritage Village and Museum, discover all that Salmon Arm has to offer.
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Prestige Hotels & Resorts would like to acknowledge that the land on which the Harbourfront Resort resides and where our guests visit today is situated on the traditional unceded territory of the Secwépemc Nation.