Located centrally at the entrance of Nelson’s bustling downtown, at the corner of Baker and Falls Streets, the Savoy Hotel offers 12 boutique style rooms at affordable pricing.
Highlighted by a playful decor designed and built by local architects and craftsmen, the hotel also features a 2,000 square foot rooftop garden patio with hot tub exclusively for guests.
While the historic Savoy Hotel is over 100 years old, making it a heritage hotel, it has undergone extensive renovations that see the hotel combine modern finishings with a mountain vibe.
Each room comes with a private bathroom with complimentary toiletries. Some rooms feature a kitchen and dishwasher for guests that prefer to cook from the comfort of their suite. Amenities include air-conditioning, sauna, cable TV, bathrobes, mini-bar and Nespresso coffee maker. Enjoy the ensuite steam showers, blackout curtains and plush bedding.
Nelson is known for its welcoming personality and diversity of outdoor adventures, the city itself is full of trendy boutique shops such as Cartolina, Gerick Cycle & Ski, Kootenai Moon, Mountain Baby, Sacred Ride and Roam Shop with some 350 heritage buildings that flourish year-round.
Described as the best Art Town in Canada, for the entire summer, ArtWalk turns the downtown core into a living art gallery. In the warmth, enjoy a trip on the historic Streetcar #23, play in the sand and grass, or just relax at one of the parks.
Nelson doesn’t stop at the city’s edge, but continues onto the lake with paddle boarding, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, fishing and numerous other water activities. The excitement continues into the mountains for hiking, biking, climbing, you name it, even golfing with gorgeous views from the scenic Granite Pointe Golf Club.