Steeped in tradition, this original resort and casino is an impressive turn-of-the-century stone building. The resort is the only project in Canada where a First Nation decided to turn an icon of an often sad period of its history into a powerful economic engine by converting an old Indian residential school into an international resort destination. It offers 125 rooms, including 49 single rooms, 73 double/twin rooms, 1 junior suite and 2 suites. Air conditioning, a lobby, 24-hour reception and check-out, a hotel safe, lift access, a pub and a number of restaurants are provided. 372 m˛ of meeting space and the 1767 m˛ Casino of the Rockies also feature. Room service is available for a fee, and free unlimited parking is available to guests arriving by car. A complimentary airport shuttle service is provided. There is also a shuttle service offering frequent daily trips from the Casino of the Rockies to Cranbrook (complimentary).
This golf and casino resort is located 10 minutes from Cranbrook, British Columbia, and 20 minutes from the picturesque town of Kimberley. It is framed by the Canadian Rockies, the Purcell Mountains and the St. Mary's river. It is also just minutes from the Fort Steele heritage town and the Canadian Museum of Rail Travel. Cranbrook/Canadian Rockies International Airport is 5 minutes away.
The beautifully appointed guest rooms offer a warm and inviting atmosphere and feature heritage 1900s' décor. The turn-of-the-century furnishings, together with all the added touches, offer guests the opportunity to immerse themselves in the beauty of their surroundings. Each room comes with either 1 king-size bed or 2 double beds. The following amenities are included in all standard rooms: complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, an ironing board, hairdryer, satellite/cable TV, safe, mini fridge and high-speed Internet access. An en suite bathroom with bath and shower, as well as individually regulated air conditioning and heating, also features.
Located on site are the award-winning St. Eugene 18-hole championship golf course (greens fees apply) and the Ktunaxa Nation Council Interpretive Centre. The health club contains a fully equipped gym, sauna, year-round heated outdoor pool with sun loungers and 2 hot tubs. A solarium, pool/snooker and an entertainment programme also feature. There are additionally countless activities available off site.
On-site food and beverage choices include informal fine dining in the Purcell Grill, overlooking the sun-drenched deck and golf course. Individuals looking for a more relaxed setting can unwind with tapas in the Fisher Peak Lounge or enjoy the 19th Hole Bar & Grill or Fred's Saloon. Seasonal menus, such as the famous Asian Feast and aboriginal cuisine, are offered at certain times of the year.
American Express, MasterCard and VISA are all accepted as methods of payment at this establishment.
The reservations desk is open 24 hours a day. Check-in is from 4 pm, while check-out is by 11 am.
Satellite cable TV
Iron and board
King size bed