The Josie is North America’s newest boutique ski-in / ski-out hotel set in the picturesque town of Rossland in British Columbia. Overlooking the RED Mountain Resort, The Josie is the first stop along Powder Highway for adventure travellers and mountain seekers holing to explore the Kootenay Rockies region.
Part of the Noble House Hotels & Resorts in partnership with William Cole Companies, The Josie is a boutique space with a big personality along the mountainside. The property also offers 1,516 square feet of flexible function space making it the perfect backdrop for your mountain wedding or special event.
What are the Rooms like at The Josie?
The Josie is a boutique property with 106 style guest rooms, studio suites and one-bedroom suites for guests to choose from. Each room blends modern amenities with the outdoor bringing in natural elements of local recycled wood, earth tones and large windows in each room bringing surrounding you with the mountain vistas.
Where can you dine at The Josie?
On-site and in-room dining at The Josie is from the exquisite team at The Velvet. The executive chef, Marc-André Choquette, brings a French twist to regionally beloved dishes to usher in a luxury dining experience to Rossland. Frequented by the hotel guest as well as many of the locals, The Velvet serves hearty dishes alongside mountain inspired cocktails for guests looking to warm up and unwind after a day out on the slopes.
Is there a spa at The Josie?
Yes! The Josie’s tranquil spa is the perfect place to wrap up a hard day of play. After enjoying a blissful treatment to soothe sore muscles and melt stress away, guests can settle in for a long soak in the spa’s cedar barrel saunas, situated slopeside to assure scenic views.
Can you keep your equipment at The Josie?
As a part of the hotels’ upscale mountain-side experience, all guest of the hotel receives complimentary access to the Ski Concierge to store your snow gear in a safe and warm environment. The Ski Concierge can also supply trail maps and create custom itineraries depending on the guest’s interests to explore this region. While Rossland, is best known for their winter offerings, the town flourishes in the warmer months offering hiking, mountain biking and fishing throughout the region.
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