The Prestige Radium Hot Springs Resort is newly-renovated and 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. Guests are also encouraged to borrow our complimentary bikes, sporting equipment, board games and beach toys for added enjoyment.
The Radium Resort is situated in a panoramic mountain setting at the edge of the breathtaking Kootenay National Park and world-famous therapeutic Radium Hot Springs Pools. We offer 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.
Our property is also pleased to be home to an on-site spa offering a variety of treatments and services to both hotel guests and locals. Please visit Elevation Spa's website to learn more.
✓Meeting Rooms ✓Pool ✓Hot Tub ✓Restaurant ✓Lounge ✓Complimentary WiFi ✓Premium WiFi Available ✓Athletic Club ✓Spa
Please note that as part of our final phase of improvements to our property, we will be re-tiling the pool deck. Commencing on Monday, Oct 22, the pool and hot tub will be closed for approximately 10-14 days. We do expect some moderate noise during the first few days, and minimal guest impact to follow. We apologize in advance for any disappointment this may cause.
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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.
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