1 Bedroom with Large Private Den (2 Twin Beds) at ‘Willows Perch’ In beautiful Radium Hot Springs.
You’ll have plenty of room to stretch out and enjoy the amenities of the mountains of Radium, British Columbia in this spacious (969 Sqr Ft.) 1 bedroom plus large private den. Designed for entertaining friends and family with an open concept, sleeps 4 comfortably, large kitchen, kids entertainment zone (Nintendo Wii), gas fireplace, and large screen TV, you can rest assured that you’ll feel home immediately. Located on the ground floor of the Willow building at ‘The Peaks’, you’ll enjoy beautiful views of the Purcell Mountains and all the amenities of the complex. The large outdoor pool, two hot tubs and a playground make for a great getaway and holiday memories in Radium Hot Springs.
In addition, this suite offers a fully equipped kitchen, washer/dryer, large living space, 2 private bedrooms, kids entertainment zone (Wii), and a great location. You’ll be more than comfortable during your stay in Radium Hot Springs!
Experience all that Radium has to offer!
Explore the many different activities that Radium and surrounding areas have to offer. In the summer months you can golf at one of 15 courses, fly fish on the Columbia River or set out for an exhilarating day of white-water rafting. Winter days can be just as fulfilling. After a day on the slopes, browse in the shops, visit the World Famous Hot Springs followed by an evening at one of Radium’s incredible restaurants. Or chose to stay in and enjoy a relaxing meal in comfort. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy studying the area’s vast species of birds, bighorn sheep, deer, bear and elk. Here are some great ways to spend your days in Radium: White water rafting, Mountain climbing, Biking, Canoeing, Horseback riding, Fly fishing, Cross country skiing, Snowshoeing, Heli-skiing, Snowmobiling and much more.
Room type: Condo
Bed type: 1 Queen, 2 singles
Accommodates: 4 comfortably, but it can squeeze a little 5th.
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
• Main floor access for easy unloading/loading vehicle
• Kitchen (Fully equipped including dishwasher)
• 2 TVs
• Family/Kid friendly
• DVD player (with plenty of DVDs to suit all ages)
• Nintendo Wii (located in the den)
• FREE Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi)
• Indoor Fireplace
• Air Conditioning
• Washer & Dryer (In-suite)
• 2 Hot tubs (indoor & outdoor)
• Free parking on premises
• Smoke detectors
• Fire extinguisher
• First aid kit
• Pool (Seasonal)
• 2 Hot tubs (All season) (indoor & outdoor)
Guests will access the apartment on their own. They will be given a door key-code to access the front door.
Make sure you inquire about after hours check-in procedures. Quiet time is 10pm. No pets allowed. This is a non-smoking suite. Rate is based on 4 people, maximum occupancy. Check-in time is 4pm and check-out time is 11am.
THE VILLAGE OF RADIUM:
Radium Hot Springs, informally and commonly called Radium, is a village of approximately 800 people situated in the East Kootenay region of British Columbia. The village is named for the hot springs located in the nearby Kootenay National Park. From Banff, Alberta, it is accessible via Highway 93. Radium Hot Springs is known for the famous hot springs mineral pools which are only a 5 minute drive from the resort but there are also 13 golf courses within a 30 minute drive along with 2 ski hills, Panorama Mountain Resort and Fairmont Hot Springs Ski Area.
Radium is located 16 km north of the tourist town of Invermere, and 105 km south of Golden, British Columbia. It is located at the junction of Highway 95 and Highway 93, in the Columbia River valley, between the river and Kootenay National Park.
Wildlife in the area includes mule deer, grizzly bears, black bears, mountain goats and Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE HOT SPRINGS:
The hot springs complex itself contains two large pools, one with hot water for soaking (usually around the temperature of 39°C (104°F)), the other a 2/3 Olympic swimming pool that is usually around 29°C (84°F). There is also a hot-tub sized pool that has been dubbed the "Plunge Pool", because the water can be hot - right from the source at 44°C (114°F) - or cold, right from a creek running beneath the pools.