Features

Unique Features of Elizabeth Lake Lodge:

Based upon a Canadian Alpine design:

  • British designed Hypnos beds
  • Free high speed wireless in all rooms with a 250mb network connection
  • Guest isolation firewall managed by a state of the art Cisco system
  • Heated Italian tile in every bathroom
  • Full kitchens with hardwood floors
  • Every room overlooking Elizabeth Lake and the Bird Sanctuary
  • European-style flower boxes that grace every French-style window
  • Heated towel racks in select rooms
  • BBQ availalable for guest use
  • Walking trails around Elizabeth Lake starting right outside your door
  • Mini Golf course on site - Voted most challenging course in Western Canada
  • 7 full sized murals (Including a history of the Kootenays mural) on site with self-guided tour
  • Laundry available for guest use (after 3PM)
  • Mountain bikes available for loan

Fitness Room:

  • Keiser Spin bike
  • Hoist Mi5 Functional Trainer
  • Treadmill
  • Floor space for stretching or Yoga 

Environmental Conservation Efforts:

The Green Key Eco-Rating Program is a graduated rating system designed to recognize hotels, motels and resorts that are committed to improving their environmental and fiscal performance. In keeping with our 4 star rating, we are proud to implement the following features:

Water Conservation:

  • A re-circulation pump that continually provides hot water to rooms
  • Low flow toilets in all our rooms
  • Towel and Linen Reuse Program available for all guests
  • Targeted irrigation system for landscaping to control over-watering and reduce water run-off

Energy Conservation:

  • Some of the lights in your room are energy efficient bulbs. As a result, they will be dim when initially turned on, and then gradually brighten to full capacity within 30 seconds
  • Energy Star products throughout our lodge
  • A waste-water heat recovery system
  • Recycling facilities onsite and in all rooms
  • R50 rated walls for greater insulation and comfort
  • Low emission windows that block the UV rays yet promote natural light
  • Motion lights in low-use areas

Land Use:

  • Planting of Mayday Cherry trees along perimeter of property to promote wildlife habitat
  • Continued support of trail building and maintenance in adjoining Bird Sanctuary
  • Full recycling program in use