Best Western Hotels & Resorts added the newly renovated Prestige Radium Hot Springs Resort in Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia, to its BW Premier Collection. The hotel, which is located at 7493 Main Street, consists of 70 guestrooms and 17 suites, and is owned by Joe Huber of Prestige Hotels and Resorts.
The updated Prestige Radium Hot Springs Resort includes a new white stone portico and outdoor greenery, and the hotel’s windows provide the property with natural light. In addition to its design, the hotel offers a variety of amenities including 24-hour fitness center, three event spaces, a business center, an indoor heated pool, hot tub and two onsite dining options. On-site dining includes the Don Agave Cantina and Conrad’s Kitchen and Grill.
The property is located near Kootenay National Park and its Radium Hot Springs Pool. Outdoor activities include rafting in the Rockies and golfing on the Columbia Valley Golf Trail, as well as cross-country skiing and skating on the Lake Windermere Whiteway—the longest skating path in the world.
“Our BW Premier Collection by Best Western hotels bring the local personality and unique ambiance their one-of-a-kind destinations are known for,” Ron Pohl, SVP and COO for Best Western Hotels & Resorts, said in a statement. “The Prestige Radium Hot Springs Resort is no exception. The hotel’s natural elements and warm earth tones combined with its relaxing amenities and outstanding views of the Canadian Rockies deliver the peaceful and soothing charm of Radium Hot Springs. We look forward to this hotel delivering a unique and sophisticated experience to those visiting this awe-inspiring part of the world.”
“We are excited to join the BW Premier Collection by Best Western brand and welcome travelers to our recently renovated hotel,” Trevor Carr, GM of the Prestige Radium Hot Springs Resort, said in a statement. “Our property’s aesthetic enhancements, combined with the value and quality services that are signatures of Best Western, are sure to bring today’s travelers the memorable mountain experience they’re looking for.”