Located in the Canadian Rockies amid an incomparable setting of majestic mountain peaks, the Prestige Inn Golden offers a comfortable and cozy stay close to downtown Golden and all outdoor activities. On site amenities include a swimming pool and hot tub, restaurant and fitness centre.
Golden is a two and a half hour drive west of Calgary and only forty-five minutes west of Lake Louise, Alberta. The world-famous Kicking Horse Mountain is a fifteen minute drive away from the Inn. Guests can enjoy white-water rafting, hiking, mountain climbing, golfing, skiing, cycling, wildlife viewing and snowmobiling, all within minutes of the Prestige Inn. Guests are also encouraged to borrow our recreational items which vary by location and include sporting equipment, board games, and beach toys for added enjoyment.
✓Meeting Room ✓Pool ✓Hot Tub ✓Restaurant
✓Complimentary WiFi ✓Fitness Room ✓Liquor Store
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Known to attract visitors from all over who want to experience the world-class outdoor activities, Golden is a small town offering big adventures. Tackle the rapids whitewater rafting the Kicking Horse River, get back to nature bird watching in the wetlands, or visit the resident grizzly bear, Boo, at the local refuge.
Golden is situated perfectly between the Canadian Rockies and Columbia Mountain ranges and provides access to six nearby national parks. Picturesque and challenging golf courses like Golden Golf Club are suited for golfers of all skill levels.
Visitors can get lost in the history of Golden at the local museum or spend some time exploring the town’s boutique stores and art galleries.
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Prestige Hotels & Resorts would like to acknowledge that the land on which the Prestige Inn Golden resides and where our guests visit today is situated on traditional territory of the Ktunaxa Peoples. Historically, other indigenous peoples also harvested, hunted, fished and settled seasonally within the area, including the Shuswap peoples who for centuries have travelled to and inhabited the Ktunaxa homelands.
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