The Josie Hotel
A modern, architecturally unique 106-room hotel at the base of Red Mountain Resort offering luxury accommodation, a restaurant and lounge helmed by Chef Marc-Andre Choquette.
The property offers indoor and outdoor dining options with fire pits, event, conference & meeting rooms, a large function deck, a fitness facility, boutique spa and concierge service.
The Velvet, The Josie’s elevated dining offering. Enjoy a regionally inspired menu infused with subtle French flair. The kitchen team is comprised of seasoned hospitality experts including Sous Chef Simon Watkins.
The flavourful culinary creations best-enjoyed family-style, include charred octopus and chorizo spiced with carrot puree and crispy chickpeas, as well as cut-to-order beef tartare. Seasonal and constantly evolving, the menu is enhanced by a carefully sourced wine list and mountain inspired cocktails, which you may like to enjoy beside The Velvet’s roaring outdoor fireplaces.
Guests of The Josie Hotel can embark on a world of 4-season adventure with access to skiing and snowboarding, cat skiing and snowboarding, snowshoeing, mountain biking, trail running and more.
Rossland may be a small city, but it’s pretty big on activities.
Set on an ancient volcanic valley deep in the Monashee Mountains, Rossland is an outdoor adventure mecca for fans of skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, hiking, cross-country skiing, cat-skiing, golfing, fishing, snowshoeing and more. And, the quaint downtown of Rossland gives you a chance to leave the big box stores behind and poke through a number of boutique shops selling everything from clothes, shoes and kitchen ware to souvenirs.
Red Mountain Resort is located 2 km from Rossland and offers a 2,919 foot (884 m) vertical drop and over 300 inches (750 cm) of annual snowfall. With accolades ranging from ‘Best Authentic and Funky Resort Experience’ to ‘Best Powder, Best Trees, Best Steps’, to ‘Best Fall Line Steeps’ and one of the ‘Top 5 Freeride Spots’, Red Mountain Resort is the hidden jewel of BC’s Kootenay Rockies Powder Highway region.
Voted ‘Canada’s #1 Outdoor Town’ in 2007 by Canadian outdoor magazine Explore, Rossland’s stunning landscape and epic mountain trails have also made it renowned as being one of Canada’s top mountain biking spots – no small feat in a country covered in mountains and trails! Trails range from family friendly cross-country to steep, technical single track. The International Mountain Biking Association’s ‘Epic Ride’, the The Seven Summits, traverses more than 30 km (18 mi) across stunning peaks.