Choose from 123 suites in the main resort, or 35 beachfront villas
The Wine Bar and Patio makes great use of local suppliers and Okanagan wineries
The Illumination Spa uses only vegan and organic products
The location is handy to the Okanagan wine region and Nk'mip Desert
What To Know
This destination is a big hit with snowbirds, along with business groups
While some rooms have lake views, others are of Osoyoos town
The resort is pet-friendly, with a fee of CAD $25 per day
Resort guests can moor their boats at the private 16-slip marina
Parking on site
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Contemporary all-suite retreat on the shores of Osoyoos Lake, with a focus on wellness and watersports
A cross between a condo development and a resort, this lakefront retreat in the popular Okanagan Valley offers a huge array of diversions, from full-day culinary excursions to wake boarding, along with pools, a full service spa, and fitness center. Suites and beachfront villas are large and self-contained, with full kitchens and indoor/outdoor dining areas. At the Wine Bar and Patio, tuck into treats like the charcuterie plate filled with meats and cheeses from local suppliers paired with acclaimed wines from the Okanagan Valley. Chill out at the Illumination Spa, which offers everything from Chakra massages to reflexology.
In the Area
Take advantage of the resort’s “Signature Experience,” a guided farm tour via a vintage 1952 Mercury truck through Canada’s only pocket desert, visiting organic fields and vineyards. You'll visit the country market and wine shop at Covert Farms in the valley’s south before heading back to the Wine Bar and Patio where local wines are paired with farm-fresh dishes. Explore Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country, a group of 31 grape growers and wine makers in the Okanagan Valley. If hitting the fairway is a priority, head to Sonora Dunes golf course, overlooking Nk’mip Winery and the shores of Osoyoos Lake.