Looking for a new place to stay the next time you head north to RED? Two new on-mountain lodging options, ranging from budget to boutique, cater to a wide range of skiers and riders.

 

Ski Bumming on a Budget at Nowhere Special Hostel: Just a two-minute walk from the chairlift, Nowhere Special, set to open December 18 at RED Mountain Resort, is a modern hostel designed for travelers of all ages and privacy and price preferences. Typical rooms will sleep four and share an en suite bathroom, but private rooms and all-women dorms are also up for grabs. In traditional hostel style, Nowhere Special will feature practical communal spaces, including a clean, fully-loaded community kitchen (groceries not included!); outdoor patio with a firepit and two gas grills; and indoor bike and ski storage. For those who have put their time in at hostels around the world, what will set Nowhere Special apart from many other hostels is the clean, modern design, all at an affordable rate.

 

Adventure Meets Indulgence at The Josie: RED’s new, ski-in, ski-out boutique hotel, The Josie, is set to open its doors November 28, 2018, providing luxury accommodation with an authentic vibe just a few steps from the slopes. The new destination hotel, named after one of Rossland’s most notable mines, brings 106 stylish, deluxe rooms all with unrivalled vistas of RED and the surrounding Rossland Range within a snowball’s toss of the chairlift. Notable amenities include a spa with a curated menu of wellness treatments, a premier fitness facility, ski concierge, and a mountainside pool in the works for 2019. Opening along with The Josie is the Velvet Restaurant and Lounge (aka The Velvet), a French-influenced, craft eatery unlike any dining experience currently available in Rossland and the West Kootenay region. //