The resort is open April to the end of December; Casino is open year-round.
Set on the banks of the St. Mary River, just 16 kilometres (10 mi) north of Cranbrook, this Mission Revival building was constructed in 1910 and operated for 60 years as a residential school for Indigenous children. In 2002, the St. Eugene Resort was transformed into a modern full-service, destination golf resort.
Today, the St. Eugene Resort offers 125 deluxe guestrooms, highlighting the heritage and culture of the original Mission building. Four different guestroom types are offered; each beautifully appointed, spacious and bright.
Standard Lodge Room: Featuring hillside views. King bed, two queen-sized beds or two double beds. Some balconies. Connecting rooms available
Premiere Garden Room – Located within the Lodge building and featuring garden and courtyard views. King bed, two queen-sized beds or two double beds. Some balconies. Connecting rooms available.
Deluxe Mission Room – Unique rooms in the restored historic Mission building featuring original brickwork, vaulted ceilings and hand-hewn timbers.
Indigenous Programs – Indigenous Culture and Relations Training is led by Ktunaxa Nation’s knowledge holders and Elders in a hands-on environment. Learn about and discuss the past, present and future issues related to First Nations. Listen to Ktunaxa elders share legends around the campfire, discover the traditional arts of beading or moccasin making.
The Resort features informal fine dining at the Numa Restaurant, tapas in the Numa Lounge, Fred’s Saloon and 19th Hole Bar & Grill (in season), 4,000 sq. feet of meeting room space and a Scotch & Billiards room, an outdoor heated pool & hot tub, sauna, health club full-size water & splash park and recreational activities such as bocce, horseshoes, badminton and basket ball.
Further amenities include air-conditioning, internet and pets are welcome.
Also on-site is the Casino of the Rockies, featuring a 19,000 square foot casino with over 200 slot machines and all of your favourite table games including Poker.
Enjoy the local activities, such as golfing the championship 18-hole St. Eugene Golf Course, skiing or snowboarding at the Kimberley Alpine Resort (15 minutes away) or visit one of the many attractions nearby such as the Cranbrook History Centre or Fort Steele Heritage Town.