Contemporary Rooms & Suites



Double bed. En suite bathroom.




Queen bed, loveseat sofa which converts to additional single bed. Private bathroom (off hallway).




One queen bed, private bathroom.




King bed suite with large en suite bathroom and private entrance.



Willow Suite

King bed suite with separate living room, en suite bathroom and private entrance



In The Heart Of Downtown

Molded partly by Nature, and partly by a stubborn refusal to conform, Nelson is a potent infusion of art, heritage, and counter-culture overseen by the sublime sub-alpine. Blessed by four markedly different seasons (see our Gallery for an insight), temperatures soar in summer but rarely plunge too far in winter. Snow is a feature for just a couple of months – more than can be said for nearby Whitewater ski hill which is a fixture in the top ten snowiest resorts in the world.

Whilst half the town is hurtling downhill on bike, board or a wing and a prayer, the rest are taking it easy in the lively downtown, most likely indulging in locally-roasted coffee or a hoppy Northwestern micro-brew. There are over fifty bars, cafes and restaurants in which to eat and drink, dance, or chill out.

What better place for Nelson’s first boutique hotel?

Inside, you will find individually-styled rooms, suites and apartments all offer complimentary high-speed Internet, cable TV and a fastidious degree of attention to detail. Outside, you can enjoy our garden terrace and secluded rear sundeck.

Don’t just visit Nelson, come and be part of it.

High Ski Tourer
Nelson Kootenay Lake Tourism, RPM Photography, Nelson in the Fall

Bring Your Appetite

Food is a big, big deal in this little city. This might explain why Nelson makes a solid claim to have the highest number of places to eat per head of population in Canada. Rumour has it that there is an even greater density than that of Manhattan, and certainly more than Vancouver. During the daytime you’ll not walk more than twenty downtown metres without passing a cafe or coffee shop, and there are even three coffee roasters in town (as well as three breweries).

In the warmer months (and there are lots of those) patios and terraces spill out onto the sidewalks. People-watching is de rigeur – and we have as wide a range of colorful folk as we have places to feed them. From the gloriously restored 1898 Library Lounge, now a bustling pub, right across the gastronomic spectrum to a garlic bistro, a vegetarian organic Indian café run by Hari Krishna devotees, and a Taiwanese tea house, there is an array of over fifty eating venues just within the downtown city blocks. That’s from a little city with a population of not quite 10,500. And we didn’t even include the award-winning Fresh Tracks Cafe at Whitewater Ski Resort, high up just over the horizon.

Safe to say, there is something for everyone, so bring an appetite.

Find out more about Nelson

Looking for some ideas for things to see and do in Nelson and the surrounding area? Check out our tourism website to start making plans.

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Sept 2016

The Wilson Family's avatar

These folks ran the Cloudside Inn for years, there was nowhere else we would have stayed in Nelson. Best of luck in your new adventure folks!

The Wilson Family - Ontario

Aug 2016

David and Jenna's avatar

The Cloudside Inn was rated as the top place to stay in Nelson for years. We've got every reason to believe that the new hotel will soon be in that position too, and we can't wait to be back to see how it works out.

David and Jenna - Vernon, BC

September 2016

Gary, Marcia and Connor's avatar

Great to see you taking the next big step forward. Thanks for looking after us on so many previous visits to Nelson; we know you'll do a great job with your improvements. See you in the summer.

Gary, Marcia and Connor - Spokane