St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino Coupons and Deals
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With this deal, you donât have to decide yet when to go. Just purchase a voucher from Travelzoo then call the hotel directly at 1-866-292-2020 to make a reservation for your desired travel dates. Reservations are subject to availability and early booking is encouraged. See Terms and Conditions for full details.
Resting in the shadows of the Rocky and Purcell mountain ranges, the historic St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino is offering exclusive stay-and-play packages for more than 60% off. For $199, stay two nights in a lodge room with garden or mountain views; arrive Sundays-Wednesdays through September or any day Oct. 1-16. Arrivals Thursdays-Saturdays through Sept. 28 are an additional $50. The resort caters to the tastes of all travelers, branding itself as the region's true one-stop entertainment destination. Reserve a tee time at the St. Eugene Golf Course, which Frommer's describes as offering "magnificent [views], with miles of open links and pine forest and the Rockies rising to fill the sky." Guests also receive a free power cart rental and complimentary access to the driving range. For non-golfers, the above can be substituted for a CA$50 credit for one of the resort's dining establishments. As an added bonus, all stays include a CA$10 credit to test your luck at the on-site casino. Terms and ConditionsOnce the room is reserved with the hotel, hotel cancellation policy prevails, and cancellations or changes must be made 7 days prior to arrival. Hotel-imposed penalties may apply. Any unused promotional value credit will be forfeited upon checkout. Credits are in Canadian dollars. Additional adults are CA$20 per night. Up to 2 children 18 years of age and younger are free. Parking is complimentary. This hotel is pet-friendly. Please click here to review the hotelâs pet policy. This deal cannot be combined with other offers. Taxes and gratuity, if applicable, are additional. Voucher must be used in 1 visit.
Former Mission School with Golf Course and Casino in Foothills of Canadian Rockies For 10,000 years, the nomadic Ktunaxa tribe roamed the present-day Kootenay region in pursuit of migrant game and seasonal vegetation. Today, St. Eugene Golf Resort Casino pays tribute to this indigenous Canadian tribe with a cultural center highlighting the Ktunaxa’s renowned canoe-making and woodworking skills. The hotel was converted from a 19th-century mission school, and renovations not only maintained the historical integrity through period antique furniture but also added Ktunaxa-inspired accents. At the 18-hole golf course, each hole is given an indigenous name. The first hole, Joseph Creek, was named after Chief Joseph. It now runs through the resort and past some of the fairways. Other holes wend through rolling woodlands and riverside plains, which remain smooth and flat despite being up in the Rocky Mountains. Casino vouchers can be used for blackjack or slot play on any of the 239 slot machines at the onsite Casino of the Rockies. Three-card and texas hold'em tables are also scattered throughout the gaming floor, complemented by horserace and wheelbarrow-race simulcasts for off-track betting. Four onsite restaurants offer a variety of cuisines. Grab a meal before or after a round of golf at the bar and grill in the clubhouse, which was renovated from the 19th-century mission's historical barn. At the upscale Purcell Grill, chefs use seasonal ingredients in crab and lobster cannelloni and other gourmet dishes. For a more casual ambiance, head to Fred's Saloon, which serves comfort fare such as soup and freshly baked pizzas. Cranbrook, British Columbia: Scenic Vistas and Charming Mountain Villages Tucked within a broad basin in British Columbia's East Kootenay region, Cranbrook is framed by the Rockies and the Purcell Mountains. This dramatic landscape takes center stage at Cranbrook's Elizabeth Lake Sanctuary, a 15-acre wildlife reserve known for its big-game herds, migratory waterfowl, and plastic-flamingo populations. Trails wend around the lake through wetlands and a forest, where visitors may glimpse western painted turtles, coyotes, elk, and moose. The whimsical, Bavarian-style village of Kimberley lies fewer than 20 miles to the northwest. A pedestrian mall known as the Platzl is one of the town's main draws because of its many art galleries, shops, and German-themed cafés. While here, watch and listen for Kimberley's most famous resident, a large, freestanding cuckoo clock that chimes every hour. Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.