150 Suite Cove Lakeside Resort, Kelowna, British Columbia
|KELOWNA/WESTBANK, BRITISH COLUMBIA, August 14, 2006 – The new Cove
Lakeside Resort will be opening its doors in August 2006 on the shores
of Okanagan Lake near Kelowna, British Columbia. The luxury resort offering
an unparalleled guest experience will be a unique and exciting addition
to the increasingly popular Okanagan region.
The Cove Lakeside Resort is managed by Boutique Hotels & Resorts
of British Columbia, a premiere management company specializing in upscale
hotels, lodges and resorts.
To complete the experience, the resort will introduce Bonfire. Set to open in late fall, the restaurant will include an outdoor terrace and a menu that celebrates the local Okanagan producers and wineries. For guests looking to relax, rejuvenate and unwind, The Spa at the Cove opening in September, will offer a variety of treatments for individuals and couples to revitalize and restore the body, mind and soul. A Bikram’s Yoga Studio, also set to open in September, will offer regular classes for guests and visitors.
Ideal for meetings, weddings or group gatherings, The Cove Lakeside Resort will offer approximately 1500 square feet of meeting space as well as a Wedding Garden outdoor gazebo to take advantage of the local scenery.
Located in Westbank, a short drive to the city of Kelowna, The Cove Lakeside Resort is situated close to many of the area’s wide selection of activities. Well recognized as one of the country’s leading wine making regions, a short drive offers guests a host of free wine tours and tastings. For golf enthusiasts, the Okanagan golf courses open from March through November drawing golfers from around the world who come to tackle the 53 golf courses, including five championship courses, within a 45-minute drive of Kelowna. Other activities include mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, and in the winter, skiing.
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