ABOUT THE HOTEL
The Prestige Mountain Resort, located in the quaint mountain town of Rossland, offers a comfortable stay with 67 rooms to meet a variety of travelers’ needs. Guests can relax and dine in the on-site restaurant and lounge, including a patio with lovely valley views. 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.
Nestled between the Monashee and Selkirk mountain ranges of beautiful British Columbia, Rossland is the perfect destination for the outdoor enthusiast. Located only five minutes from some of BC's best ski terrain and two hours away from Spokane, WA., activities such as golfing, skiing, hiking, mountain biking and fishing are all easily accessible from the resort.
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Situated between the Monashee and Selkirk mountain ranges is beautiful Rossland, British Columbia. Rossland may be a small city in the Kootenay Rockies, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for with adventure, culture, and history. Experience the variety of community events throughout the year including the famous Winter Carnival or get lost in the history at the Rossland Museum.
Known as a haven for outdoor enthusiasts all over the world, Rossland offers countless activities in both the summer and winter months. Riding the trails that has earned the city the title of “Mountain Biking Capital of Canada” or hitting the slopes at Red Mountain, western Canada’s original ski resort, this picturesque area has something for everyone.
Want to read more about Rossland as a destination for mountain bikers? Check out this great blog from professional biker Mark Matthews!
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Prestige Mountain Resort Rossland 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 territories of the Sinixt, the Syilx Okanagan Peoples, and the Ktunaxa Peoples, the original stewards of these lands and those whom we give thanks to as our hosts.
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