ABOUT THE HOTEL
With its waterfront location conveniently located within walking distance to downtown, the Prestige Lakeside Resort in Nelson offers the best of both worlds. Relax in the resort’s greenspace and enjoy the view of the Kootenay lake and Selkirk mountains, or enjoy nearby water activities such as kayaking or boating. 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.
101 guestrooms are offered in the resort with a large variety of room types to suit every traveler’s needs. On-site dining options include Port 701 Marinaside Dining and Raw Bar, BRIXX Brewhouse, as well as Awaken Wellness Cafe. The resort also features an indoor swimming pool, fitness centre, and can accommodate meetings and events for up to 425 people.
✓Convention Centre ✓Salon ✓Pool ✓Hot Tub ✓Restaurant ✓Complimentary Premium WiFi ✓Fitness Room ✓Marina ✓Tesla and Universal Electric Car Chargers ✓Complimentary E-Bikes
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Nestled in the Selkirk Mountains along the west arm of Kootenay Lake is beautiful Nelson, British Columbia. Halfway between Calgary and Vancouver, it’s a city rich with heritage. With 350 beautifully restored buildings, Nelson has been dubbed the heritage capital of BC. A hidden treasure in the West Kootenay region, the city boasts some of the most breathtaking views of the lake and mountains.
Residents and visitors enjoy the vast array of outdoor activities available during the year. Nelson is an idyllic location for skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing. When the winter months are over, the beautiful surroundings of the city are perfect for golfing, hiking, fishing, and mountain biking. The arts and cultural side to this quaint city is diverse and alive, drawing people to the local museums and galleries.
Explore countless outdoor activities and Nelson’s cultural scene, just minutes away. Take a lakeside walk, tour historic Baker Street and local museums, or enjoy a ride on the Heritage Streetcar #23, which arrives just outside the front entrance of the resort.
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Prestige Lakeside Resort Nelson would like to acknowledge that the land on which the resort resides and where our guests visit today is situated on the unceded, ancestral, and traditional, of the Sinixt, the Syilx/Okanagan people, and the Ktunaxa Peoples and is home to many diverse indigenous persons including the Inuit and the Metis.