(Vocus) August 31, 2010
King Pacific Lodge invites you to book the best vacation you’ll ever have. But move fast, the 2011 Early Booking Offer ends Dec. 15, 2010!
The 2011 Early Booking Offer:
Book four nights for the price of three nights.
Book seven nights for the price of five nights.
Early booking period now through Dec. 15, 2010.
25 percent of deposit due at time of reservation.
Balance due 90 days prior to arrival.
Offer may not be combined with any other packages, is subject to availability and is exclusive of 12 percent HST, conservation fee and gratuities.
Only 2½ hours from Vancouver, guests are flown by private charter to Bella Bella, British Columbia, where they board a floatplane for a scenic transfer to the lodge’s front door.
King Pacific Lodge is anchored along the shore of Barnard Harbor, Princess Royal Island, in British Columbia, Canada, about 380 miles north of Vancouver. The island has no permanent inhabitants or structures, and this highly sensitive environment is in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, the world’s largest remaining tract of temperate rainforest.
A floating luxury wilderness lodge built of native pine, fir, cedar and stone on a 120 x 60 square-foot barge, with 17 guestrooms and suites, a wrap-around deck with spectacular views, spa, Jacuzzi and plunge pool.
Rates include roundtrip air transportation from Vancouver, all meals, a host bar and guided activities.
June through September. The lodge is towed from its winter home in Prince Rupert to its summer operational location in Barnard Harbor.
Professional wilderness guides offer interpretative hikes, sea kayaking, beach combing, heli-hiking, whale watching, wildlife viewing, star gazing, floatplane tours, fly-tying instruction and cultural tours with the indigenous Gitga'at people. The region is home of the rare cream-colored Kermode or ‘Spirit Bear,’ and expert guides lead bear-viewing searches in September. Saltwater trolling and fly-fishing are also offered, as well as remote freshwater heli-fly-fishing.
The area is home to orcas, humpback whales, black bears, grizzlies, ‘Spirit Bears’ (a black bear with a double recessive gene that is rarer than the panda), seals, sea lions, sea otters and eagles.
The lodge’s culinary offerings feature seasonal local and regional organic produce, and fresh seafood and meats, paired with award-winning wines. The dining room boasts ocean views on two sides, a large open fireplace, and family/group dining, as well as the option of individual dining.
Features a full menu of signature treatments, enjoyed either in-spa or in-room, including massage, body wraps, aromatherapy and reflexology. Among the facilities are a treadmill, sauna, steam room, cold plunging tub and hot tub.
In summer, temperatures range from 70°-80° Fahrenheit during the day and 50°-60° at night.
About King Pacific Lodge
King Pacific Lodge, a Rosewood Resort, is a 17-room floating luxury wilderness lodge located in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest in Gitga'at territory along the central coast of British Columbia. For more information: http://www.kingpacificlodge.com or call
About Rosewood Hotels & Resorts
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