For over a century, the Savoy Hotel has been a fixture of historic Nelson, BC. Purchased in 2013 by local entrepreneur Jimmy Bundschuh six years after a fire condemned the building, the hotel readies to open for business in the fall of 2016.
After a century of different establishments, all focused on food, entertainment and hotel accommodation, this will be the Savoy Hotel’s most significant renovation. Located at the corner of Baker and Falls, centrally located at the entrance of Nelson’s bustling downtown, the Savoy Hotel will offer 12 boutique style rooms at affordable pricing.
Highlighted by a playful décor designed and built by local architects and craftsmen, the hotel features a 2,000-square-foot rooftop garden patio exclusively for guests. Views of Kootenay Lake and Kokanee Glacier from the outdoor hot tub make for the perfect chill zone after a big day recreating. There will be a large common area for guests to read a book, play games or socialize, a sauna, and a treatment room that can be booked for massage.
Because the Kootenays has much to offer for adventurous holidays and mountain culture, guests will be able to book mountain bike, ski, fishing, hiking and all other types of adventures through the hotel’s concierge. With all the amenities needed to bookend a trip to our funky mountain town, guests will enjoy great food and entertainment at Bloom Nightclub (show tickets come with each reservation), The Falls Music Lounge, and Farm Fresh Café, you’ll feel like the Savoy Hotel is your own little mini resort in the heart of one of North America’s most sought-after mountain culture destinations.
The Savoy Hotel will be open early 2018.