This internationally renowned resort lies in the second largest ski area in Canada and offers an array of activities across all seasons to keep everyone happy, from the biggest adrenaline junkie to the mere excitable novice.

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With a range of rooms available the resort caters for all. The Deluxe Room with Balcony is perfect for couples as it boasts a king size bed and high speed internet while the Two Bedroom Condo is great for families as each of the two rooms has a queen sized bed and breathtaking views over the surrounding mountains.

Fresh local produce is used in all of the three restaurants dishes and customised organic and regional menus are available catering well to those with dietary needs. Mantles restaurant is great for all day, family friendly dining with its seasonal menu, while Morrisey's Public House has more of a casual pub-fare feel to it. Mantles Lounge is great for a casual lunch before an afternoon exploring the village.

With three outdoor hot tubs, a fitness centre with sauna, a health club, on site-grocery store, outdoor terrace and a swimming pool with mountain views, the resort doesn't lack when it comes to facilities. On an evening enjoy a tipple at the bar or the M room, decked with pool tables, and hosting live entertainment on particular evenings.

If you do ever tire of lounging in the hot tub, the resort has easy access to award-winning ski slopes, relaxing spas and boutique shopping meaning there's an abundance of things to do in and around the resort all year round. In winter enjoy moonlight snowshoe tours, romantic sleigh rides, family ice-skating and the like or immerse yourself in farmers markets, festivals, kayaking and biking in the summer.

Why we love it

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The Decadent Quinoa Chocolate Cake served at Mantles restaurant - totally delicious and totally deserved after a day of outdoor activities!

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Key Info

Number of rooms

220

Eco Rating

3

What 3 Words

sprinters.sunflowers.marshes

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