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 History and Luxury at Unbeatable Value

Quality and affordable accommodations at a historic setting with immediate access from Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.


St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino is a 125-room property with an 18-hole championship golf course, the Casino of the Rockies, three dining outlets, the Ktunaxa Nation Interpretive Centre, a health club with outdoor heated pools and a spa.

With sweeping views of both the Purcell and Rocky Mountains, the 300-acre Resort in the heart of the East Kootenays provides an inspiring, one-of-a-kind environment for meetings of all sizes.

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Conveniently located in the heart of the East Kootenays in British Columbia, the Resort is just five minutes from the Canadian Rockies International Airport and only a 50-minute direct flight from Calgary or a 1.5 hour direct flight from Vancouver.


Conveniently located in the heart of the East Kootenays in British Columbia, the Resort is just five minutes from the Canadian Rockies International Airport and only a 50-minute direct flight from Calgary or a 1.5 hour direct flight from Vancouver.

Our Heritage

The Resort is proudly owned by the Ktunaxa Nation who, for over 10,000 years, have seasonally migrated across their traditional territory of the Kootenay and Columbia River Valleys.

The magnificent Spanish-colonial main building you see today was once the St. Eugene Mission, built as a residential school for Ktunaxa youth in 1910. The school was finally closed in 1970 and remained empty for the next two decades until band elders decided to restore the property as a hotel.

This restoration took ten incredibly difficult years as band members worked to strip the interiors back to its iconic red brick walls. The golf course opened first in May 2000 as a masterpiece from acclaimed architect Les Furber. The Casino of the Rockies, the only casino operated on Indian Reserve lands in British Columbia, opened next in September 2002, followed in January 2003 by the St. Eugene Hotel.

To our knowledge, the St. Eugene Mission is the only project in Canada where a First Nation has transformed the icon of an often-sad period of its history into a powerful economic engine by converting a residential school into a resort hotel.


All Meetings Package Tiers Include


  • Meeting room rentals
  • Guestroom accommodations (single occupancy in a Lodge Room)


  • 6-foot screen
  • LCD projector
  • Wireless internet access
  • DMX music system with separate controls
  • Wireless internet access
  • Whiteboard with pulldown screen, tack board, markers and eraser
  • In-room phone (not included in the St. Eugene Pavilion)
  • Pens, notepads and mints
  • Water service


And Conference Services

The Resort offers a variety of customizable spaces to suit all group sizes, from small board meetings to large conventions. Our experienced conference services department will match your event with the rooms that best suit your needs as well as provide complete support for audio-visual rentals and specific event orders.

As well, our catering team offers a full range of meal services, including breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, receptions and snack breaks. Up-to-date catering packages can be requested from the sales team or the conference services manager.


With 125 guestrooms and suites, St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino can easily accommodate conferences, weddings, corporate retreats and events of any size. All rooms underwent a full renovation in 2013 with upgrades including new carpets, bedding, TVs, coffeemakers and new furniture.

The Resort features several room and suite styles, with 100 of those rooms in the newer Lodge building and 25 deluxe rooms in the heritage Mission building. Blocks and group rate inquires can be directed to the sales team who will assist you in selecting the best style and number of rooms for your event.

Standard Lodge Rooms boast new upgrades and comfort at the best possible value, with a variety of bed choices available including one king, two queens or two doubles and with some rooms featuring balconies.

Premier Garden Lodge Rooms provide guests with wonderful south-facing views of the front courtyard and gardens, all with newly upgraded amenities and with some featuring balconies. Our mid-value rooms, bed choices include one king, two queens or two doubles.

Deluxe Mission Rooms are all beautifully appointed and uniquely designed within the heritage Mission building, featuring exposed brick walls, vaulted ceilings, replaces and rounded windows. West-facing rooms enjoy expansive views of our golf course while east-facing rooms face the courtyard and gardens in front of a magni cent backdrop of the Rocky Mountains.


With three restaurant outlets, the Resort can cater to any guest’s culinary tastes and any group’s specific catering or banqueting needs.

The Numa Restaurant 
Fresh, bright and innovative entrees. A casual contemporary cuisine experience located in the Mission building.

The 19th Hole Bar and Grill
is open during golf season and located in the Clubhouse next to the Pro Shop, providing a wide selection of freshly made snacks, salads, sandwiches and burgers.

Fred’s Saloon
serves the Casino of the Rockies with a traditional assortment of classic lounge fare.

Outdoor Adventures & Local Attractions

The East Kootenays are a year-round playground, and our sales team can arrange half-day or full-day excursions to make your meeting or event all the more memorable. Such local activities and attractions include but are not limited to:

  • Golf Tournaments
  • Photography Excursions
  • Whitewater Rafting
  • Downhill Skiing
  • Horseback Riding
  • ATV Tours
  • Snowshoeing
  • Fly Fishing
  • The Canadian Museum Of Rail Travel
  • Kimberley’s Underground Mining Railway
  • Fort Steele Heritage Town