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251 Harbourfront Drive NW
Salmon Arm, British Columbia V1E 2W7


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Hotel Overview

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Located on the banks of a nature estuary with unobstructed views of Shuswap Lake and Bastion Mountains, the Prestige Harbourfront Resort, BW Premier Collection in Salmon Arm offers a comfortable yet upscale experience. Within easy walking distance to the Salmon Arm Wharf, and located just blocks from downtown’s shopping and dining offerings, the resort features 120 guest rooms including many with lake views and private balconies.

Two dining options, the Sandbar restaurant and Don Cherry’s Sports Grill and the French Bistro Café Tasse are onsite, as well as an indoor and outdoor pool, outdoor hot tub, spa and salon, and athletic club. Large banquet and meeting room facilities are available, with catering to suit every need. Guest are also encouraged to borrow our complimentary bikes, sporting equipment, board games and beach toys for added enjoyment.


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Hotel Policies

Pet Policy
Pet fee is 40 CAD per night per pet. Please note that the only pets we are able to accommodate are dogs and we have limited dog-friendly rooms available. If you are traveling with a pet, please contact us directly to update your reservation. The request must be submitted at the time of booking at which point we will do our best, but cannot guarantee, to accommodate you in a dog-friendly room. Additional fees apply. Any dogs found in a non-dog-friendly room will be subject to fines.


Hotel location and the surrounding area

Hotel Amenities

Nearby Attractions

Area Business

  • 0.15 kilometer(s) from CSRD, Columbia Shuswap Regional District 781 Marine Park Drive NE Salmon Arm, BC Ph: (250) 832-8194
  • 0.3 kilometer(s) from SASCU, 370 Lakeshore Drive NE Salmon Arm, BC Ph: (250) 832-8011
  • 0.4 kilometer(s) from CP Rail Co, Canadian Pacific Railway Co 301 Lakeshore DR NE, Salmon ARm
  • 1.1 kilometer(s) from School District #83, 341 Shuswap St. S.W Salmon Arm, BC
  • 6.6 kilometer(s) from BC Hydro, 4850 Auto Road SE Salmon Arm, BC
  • 7 kilometer(s) from Fortis BC, 4221/4241 - 45th Street SE Salmon Arm, BC
  • 10.4 kilometer(s) from Canoe Forest Products, 8160 Trans-Canada Hwy Canoe, BC V0E 1K0


  • 0.85 kilometer(s) from Salmar Grand Theatres, operated by the Salmar Community Association. One of the most unique movie entertainment organizations you will find. One of the very first non-profit groups in North America to operate a first-run multiplex. The Association was formed in 1946 for the purpose of constructing an arena as a memorial to local veterans of World War II. It was decided to build a movie theatre to raise the necessary funds and the brand new Salmar Theatre (now the Salmar Classic) opened for business in May of 1949. Today the Salmar Classic is home to an outstanding variety of entertainment, from new and off-release movies, concerts, to Film Society offerings from around the world. Using a state-of-the-art DVD projector, they can bring you classics from yesteryear, and live broadcasts from The Metropolitan Opera in New York. With what amounts to a 25-foot-wide BIG screen TV, the possibilities are endless.
  • 0.75 kilometer(s) from Salmon Arm Arts Centre, housed in a beautiful heritage brick building in downtown Salmon Arm, and features local and touring visual art exhibitions. Admission to the gallery is by donation, hours are Tuesday to Saturday 11am to 4pm during an exhibition. Opening receptions are generally the first Friday of each month at 7pm. Family Saturdays is a free drop-in artmaking program for families with children aged 2 to 12. Coffee Break happens on the third Thursday of each month from 2pm to 4pm. Artist Trading Cards sessions are the second Tuesday of each month at 3pm.
  • 2.6 kilometer(s) from The Handmade Shoppe, 5,000 square foot Artisan Collective in Salmon Arm, showcasing the talents of 94+ different local and regional makers. Plus, enjoy breakfast, lunch or beverages from the Ugly Mug Bistro located inside the store.
  • 5.3 kilometer(s) from R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum, discover this beautiful park set on 40 acres of pioneer Shuswap farm land. This museum is Shuswap’s largest heritage attraction. A must see is the newly constructed Montebello Museum, the association’s Canada 150 project. The building is designed to look like multiple buildings that tell individual stories of the local history which include Miss Puff’s Millinery and Dress Shop, McGuire General Store, Telephone Exchange Office, Pharmacy, Bank of Hamilton, Lingford Photo Studio, A.E. Palmer Butcher Shop, Barber Shop and Pool Hall and the Salmon Arm Observer. As you step back in time and explore the Village, you can discover Shuswap pioneer history in 24 original or replica buildings featuring over 30 exhibits. Enjoy the self-guided tour.
  • 14.6 kilometer(s) from Larch Hills Winery, a land-based, family run vineyard and winery, owned by Jack and Hazel Manser. All of the product is proudly made from 100% British Columbia grapes, either from the main vineyard just south of Salmon Arm (also the location of the winery and the owners home), or from contracted vineyards farther south in the Okanagan Valley. All of the wines are made and bottled on premises in Salmon Arm. Specializing in cool climate grape growing, and varieties that are generally not available in other parts of BC.
  • 21 kilometer(s) from OVINO Winery, when traveling through the scenic Salmon Valley, between Salmon Arm and Vernon, you will find OVINO vineyards and winery perched on a bench well above the valley bottom. This glacier carved landscape offers mostly sandy and sandy loam soils, marbled with infrequent layers of clay. The vines are located on a sun drenched knoll to maximize photosynthesis and air flow, supported by a drip irrigation system.
  • 27.8 kilometer(s) from Starlight Drive-In Theatre, the Ultimate Movie Going Experience at North America's Largest Drive-In Screen. Enjoy movies under the stars in Enderby, BC
  • 33.7 kilometer(s) from Sorrento Stoneware, run by Sheryl Willson and Mark Hemmingson in Sorrento, BC, Canada. Creating handmade pottery for sale at stores and craft sales in BC, and at their studio in the South Shuswap. The studio is open for drop-ins during regular business hours. It is best to call ahead to make sure they are open.
  • 70 kilometer(s) from The Enchanted Forest, as you plan your drive along the Trans Canada Highway 1 between Revelstoke and Sicamous from May through October, make time in your day for some extra adventure. Just steps from your car a secret world awaits nestled amongst old growth forest in BC’s Monashee mountains. Your legs will welcome the stretch and it’s the ideal stop to let the kids burn off some energy with all there is to explore. Upon entering the 800 year old hemlock and cedar grove you feel the cool air as the forest envelopes you. Hidden around every corner is a story waiting to be told as 350 fairy tale figurines seemingly come to life taking you on a journey back in time to an enchanted land with magic abound. Follow the path and you will find a magnificent treehouse, BC’s tallest. Climb the circular staircase and take in the views from 45 feet up, under the forest canopy. Down below you can explore the giant stump house and go right inside the home of the three bears.


  • Cafe Tasse, on premises, Coffee Shop, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, Open 8am to 3pm (closed on Mondays)
  • Restaurant, on premises, Full Service, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, Currently closed for renovations Open 7am to 9pm
  • Don Cherry's Sports Grill, on premises, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, Open 11am to 11pm
  • 0.9 kilometer(s) from Barley Station Brew Pub, Pub, American, Open for: lunch, dinner, PLEASE NOTE THAT NO MINORS ARE ALLOWED IN OUR PUB. PATRONS MUST BE 19 YEARS OLD OR OVER. IF YOU LOOK UNDER 25 YOU MAY BE ASKED FOR 2 PIECES OF ID.
  • 1 kilometer(s) from Andiamo Italian, Full Service, Italian, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • 1 kilometer(s) from Cantina Vallarta, Full Service, Mexican, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • Namaste, on premises, Full Service, Indian, Open for: lunch, dinner,


  • 2.6 kilometer(s) from Okanagan College, the Salmon Arm campus is known for its warm welcoming approach, outstanding instructional team and for going the extra distance to ensure our students meet success. Whether this means completing a program or course, or starting your educational journey with them and transferring to university, they will help you along the way. There are a variety of campus life activities available providing you with lots of opportunity to get involved and have fun.

Nearby Cities

  • 124 kilometer(s) from Kamloops
  • 462 kilometer(s) from Vancouver
  • 60 kilometer(s) from Vernon
  • 111 kilometer(s) from Kelowna
  • 104 kilometer(s) from Revelstoke
  • 251 kilometer(s) from Golden
  • 330 kilometer(s) from Lake Louise, Alberta
  • 386 kilometer(s) from Banff, Alberta
  • 509 kilometer(s) from Calgary, Alberta


  • 0.2 kilometer(s) from Sea-Dog Rentals, offers boat and Sea-Doo rentals, water toys, and marine fuel. Sea-Dog Rentals is the Number 1 rental fleet in the Shuswap including a line of specialty boats, such as the pontoon boat and the Luxury Bow-Riders. Rent by the hour or week.
  • 0.7 kilometer(s) from Fletcher Park, located just south of the TCH in Downtown Salmon Arm. This family friendly park has picnic benches, plenty of green grass and shade for those sun-drenched days. The well-equipped playground is a year round destination for kids. Summer months are filled with hours of water park fun.
  • 0.75 kilometer(s) from Skookum Cycle & Ski Ltd, offering what you need to get out there and have your best day playing in the hills, whether you are rolling or sliding. Bikes, skis, boards, gear, clothing and accessories. Chances are, they have what you are looking for. Not only do they stock great gear, they repair all types of bikes, and completely tune up ski’s and boards.
  • 8.2 kilometer(s) from Salmon Arm Go-Karts & Mini-Golf, has been serving the Salmon Arm and Shuswap area for over 35 years. They are your one stop for action and adventure the whole family can enjoy. Whether Mini Golf is more your pace or taking to the track on our high performance Go-karts, they have something for everyone. Guaranteed fun for the whole family.
  • 8.6 kilometer(s) from Shuswap National Golf Course, one of the finest 18 hole championship golf courses in BC
  • 8.7 kilometer(s) from Salmon Arm Golf Club, came into existence in 1928 as a 6-hole course built by Mr. R.A. Steele. Today, the Salmon Arm Golf Club offers its guests a truly unforgettable and unique setting that boasts two stunning courses, a golf shop and the exceptional Ironwood Restaurant.
  • 8.7 kilometer(s) from Canoe Beach, has a beautiful pebbly-sand beach, big shady trees, roped off swimming area, beach volleyball courts, grassed area for picnics, boat launch washrooms and change facilities, group shelter and concession stand. The park is ideal for families, corporate picnics and large group gatherings. Within steps of the beach are baseball diamonds, the Park Hill Trail system and the community of Canoe.
  • 118 kilometer(s) from Mabel Lake, a long deep wilderness lake in the valley east of Enderby. It is home to many businesses such as a golf course, provincial park, resorts and campsites, with very easy access The Chinook (salmon) are found running up the Shuswap River holding near the river mouths in late July to mid September. Stocked with Rainbow trout, Dolly Varden, Kokanee and Chinook Salmon.


  • 1.3 kilometer(s) from Centenoka Park Mall, with many popular stores and events
  • 2.1 kilometer(s) from The Mall at Piccadilly, providing shopping and family fun year-round with over 40 shops and services.
  • 2.5 kilometer(s) from Askew's Uptown, a locally owned independent grocery store with a reputation for selling quality goods at competitive prices.
  • 3.2 kilometer(s) from Walmart Salmon Arm Supercentre, open 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily
  • 3.8 kilometer(s) from DeMille's Farm Market, is a third generation family farm. With roots in California farming (both vegetable and dairy) the family moved to the Salmon Arm valley in 1970. In Salmon Arm, Rodger DeMille discovered an oasis filled with the promise of nature’s bounty. A humble beginning included 10 rows of sweet corn, a roadside stand and an illegal sign and it was a hit.


  • 100 kilometer(s) from Kelowna International Airport
  • 401 kilometer(s) from Vancouver International Airport
  • 0.50 kilometer(s) from BC Transit, closest bus stop is in Salmon Arm at the intersection of Lakeshore and Alexander
  • 115.00 kilometer(s) from Kamploops North
  • 0.20 kilometer(s) from Salmon Arm