December 18, 2011
Now imagine waking up in a comfy Kelowna hotel bed (with fluffy duvet), enjoying a delicious complimentary hot breakfast (with no dishes to do after) and grabbing your gear for a quick 1hr or so drive to the either Big White or Silver Star Mountain (our hotel in Kelowna is about half way between the mountains, so you can take your pick between these world famous resorts!) for a day on the slopes. Sound pretty good?
Book our hotel Ski & Snowboard package and be our guest at the Best Western PLUS Kelowna Hotel & Suites this winter season! No cooking, no cleaning, no having to worry about buying lift tickets and minimal planning. Just pick some dates and we do the rest.
Whatever your idea of a perfect winter weekend is, chances are we can make it happen for you. From a fun family ski trip to a big group of best buds– there's something for everyone to enjoy both at our Kelowna hotel and on the hills of Big White Ski Resort or Silver Star Mountain Resort.
Want to know the best part about staying at a hotel in Kelowna? After an exhilarating day at either Big White or Silver Star mountain resort, you can head back to our Kelowna hotel to relax & grab something to eat at our on-site restaurant ORA Kitchen & Bar. Maybe catch a game in our 97 St Pub. Enjoy a massage in our Wellness Spa. Warm up in our hot tubs. Head to downtown Kelowna for some nightlife fun...Ok, ok, we'll stop! But you get the idea – the options are endless when staying in the heart of the city.
The 2011/2012 Ski & Snowboard season in the Okanagan is upon us and our Kelowna Hotel wants to extend to you our warm hospitality and the opportunity to enjoy an incredible experience that people from all over the world have come to the Okanagan to check out. What are you waiting for??
Call our Reservation Agents today at 1-888-860-1212 for more info and to book your affordable package.
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