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September 7, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Sparkling Hill Resort in Vernon, British Columbia, Canada

An astonishing oasis in every regard, Sparkling Hill Resort is a European-inspired luxury hotel and spa in one of Canada's most beautiful landscapes. With vistas ranging from the majestic peaks of the Monashee Mountains to the turquoise waters of Lake Okanagan, this AAA Four-Diamond Award-winning property is infused with 3.5 million Swarovski crystals throughout its entire design, echoing the shimmering lake and sunshine. The resort is uniquely carved into a granite rock face above the lake, and sits on nearly 200 acres of unspoiled nature. Clear skies reign over this North Okanagan region in British Columbia, inviting you to experience the true beauty of Canada, all while indulging your senses at an acclaimed hotel and the country's largest spa. Modernly designed guest rooms - 149 in number, plus a trio of penthouses - feature sliding window walls, opening to stunning views that bring the outdoor splendor in. Each personal sanctuary features Swarovski crystal-infused design elements, including a crystal glass fireplace, a starry crystal "sky" over the two-person soaking tub, and inspiring powerwall™ cabinetry to further enhance the enchantment. Melt under the scintillating waters of the walk-through shower with views over the lake or mountains.

The world-renowned KurSpa is a 40,000-square-foot wellness center, clinic, and sensory oasis, featuring over 100 different treatments. All guests enjoy access to the seven individually themed aromatherapy steam rooms and saunas, and additional facilities include an indoor saltwater pool with underwater music and starry Swarovski crystal sky, and a year-round outdoor infinity pool. This incredible sanctuary also offers a Kneipp Waterway, serenity relaxation room, tea room, full fitness and movement studios, and the only Cryotherapy Cold Sauna in North America, considered the coldest place on earth. Regardless of your preferences, the wellness programs here, featuring traditional and new treatments designed to stimulate well-being, go beyond conventional pampering. Perhaps equally alluring is the natural splendor surrounding Sparkling Hill Resort as well. The recreation and exploration options are virtually endless. Hike through lush trails in the Monashee Mountains, swim in the Okanagen Lake's cool and refreshing waters, or tee off at nearby Predator Ridge Golf Resort, featuring 36 of the best holes of golf in Canada. The resort also has three helicopter pads on site, allowing easily accessible heli-skiing, heli-wine tours, and heli-fly fishing excursions. Dining takes on a wonderful dimension at the hotel's PeakFine restaurant, where fresh and seasonal ingredients are featured in daily changing menus, and European and west coast cuisines collide in a fabulous fusion. Relax and socialize at Barrique & Java, an eclectic lounge that offers rich coffee and housemade pastries each morning, and the region's finest wines in the evening. At Sparkling Hill Resort, the magic of the Okanagan Valley and British Columbia will sweep you off your feet.

Location of Sparkling Hill Resort

Sparkling Hill Resort
888 Sparkling Place
V1H 2K7
Vernon, British Columbia, Canada

Nearest Airport: YLW

Amenities for Sparkling Hill Resort

  • General Information
  • 152 Guest Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Dining
  • Private Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Spa Cuisine
  • Bar & Lounge
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Spa on Property
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Indoor Heated Pool
  • Valet Parking
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Outdoor Heated Pool
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Mini Bar
  • Floor-to-Ceiling Windows
  • Activities
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Sailing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Nature Walks
  • Downhill Skiing
  • Snowmobiling
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Bird Watching
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Wellness Programs
  • Snowboarding
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Business Services
  • Nearby
  • Wineries
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Food & Wine
  • Ski & Snow
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for Sparkling Hill Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 20 hours ago

We stayed at Sparkling Hill Resort for 2 nights and loved many things about the resort. The architecture, rooms and ambiance are amazing! We enjoyed the many steam rooms, pool and leisurely walks around the property. That said, there were several things that we were not impressed with. Our first impression of the resort was lacking due to us arriving early and not being granted basic access to the resort facilities. We were early for our reservation and did not expect that we would be offered a room but the resort wouldn't even let us use the pool while we were waiting (even though we had a spa appointment that day). They told us that even with a spa appointment we couldn't use the facilities more than 45 minutes before our appointment. I have been to spas all over the world and they always welcome you to use the facilities before your treatment. Also, as the resort is basically in the middle of nowhere we just sat around waiting for our room. A major disappointment. When we finally were allowed to come in for our appointment I was VERY disappointed. I have had at least 75 massages in my life; some RMT and some not and this was by far the worst. I actually left the appointment half way through because it was too uncomfortable to stay. The therapist needed more training, too much oil was used and part way through she applied a tigerbalmish cream to my back which burned my skin and just felt all-around terrible. The resort has potential but they need practitioners that fit a resort that brands itself as a spa-destination.

Keira W - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Sparkling hills Package or no package, this place is expensive. That said, a lot of work (and money) has been invested in this spa resort. Great idea. Great property. A little more attention to the guest services needs to be done now. Okay, the negative first: signage, signage, signage. If not for my husband giving me instructions (after he had made all of the same mistakes), I might never have found it! The sign to enter the property says "Predator Ridge". The only indication Sparkling Hills is also there, is a small "crystal" swoosh-like display that I only noticed the next day when someone pointed it out. Once you leave the highway, the signs are few and you are on a rural road to nowhere. When driving through the housing development of Predator Ridge, there are very sporadic, small signs indicating Sparkling Hills Resort. One or two at the most. There is no sign at the road you actually have to turn right on, until AFTER you have guessed you turn right. An easy fix...customer service. I needed the massage I booked after getting there, I was so irritated! The restaurant (PeakFine) is a HUGE disappointment. As expensive as a high end Vancouver restaurant, the menu and food mediocre at best. I tell you no lie, the parmesan cheese in my potato gratin was moldy! We thought it was made with blue or stilton cheese, when the server asked the chef, she told us it was parmesan cheese...meaning, it was moldy. We commented on this. Our entree was not discounted, nor was there any other accommodation offered, like a dessert. Know that your choices of going anywhere else for food are a 20-45 minute drive away. The only other eatery on the property (Barrique & Java) is cheaper and excellent by the way, but stops serving entrees at 8pm. Only soup, sandwiches and baked goods available after 8pm. All that said, the included buffet breakfast at PeakFine is outstanding with very attentive staff, despite being very busy. So the positive. I had a good experience with my treatments (massage and facial). Experienced, friendly staff. My facial with "Denise" was a hilite. The spa itself is excellent. It is co-ed, the steam, saunas, showers, pools, jacuzzi, fitness room, Serenity (quiet) room, Tea Room...all impeccably clean, well laid out, well serviced with water to drink everywhere. Good customer service throughout. Note: European style (read: naked) steam room from 9-10pm for those interested. And lastly, nice touch with the bottle of water in the car when valet brings your car when checking out. This property is well thought out between the spa, baths, pools and many trails that can be hiked. Lots of privacy in the rooms whether looking over the lake or the hills. It seems all rooms have a view. The rooms have interesting lay-outs, are very clean, have luxourious beds and of course...lots of crystals under lighting. They are very nice. You need a minimum of 2 nights, 3 if you want to take advantage of the trails or golf. Bring your own charcuterie and wine for your room if possible. Room service is limited, very expensive and there is a $10.00 charge for "delivery". This resort is almost there in my view, but more effort needs to be put into customer service. Oh ya, and if you do a wine tour, don't book a spa appointment afterwards. I am NOT complaining about this...but we did not get back in time.

Pshn4life - Vancouver, British Columbia


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

THe rooms are beautiful. The common areas beautiful. The spa itself impressive. The treatments average. Their masseuses are not RMTs and it shows. The service is underwhelming. The cocktail waitresses don't know what kind of vodka they have, what flavours, forget our nuts. A summer job, unsophisticated millennial working in a high end European owned boutique resort. They need to step up their training, teach the staff customer service. I get it's a small town pool of talent, so management should teach and inspire them with the European way. The restaurant ambience was terrible. A huge space, should be broken up, new lighting, carpet and furniture. Divide the fine dining from the family restaurant. They're not going to attract the well-to-do that have the million plus houses on the lake minutes from there that could be their regular customers. They need to step up the their game if they want to attract the sophisticated clientele.

Rena N


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Our arrival was greeted by very rude valet attendants. Strike one. The check in time was 4 PM and no access to the spa until checked in. Combined with a posted check out time of 11 AM, pre-dinner spar time is limited. Strike two. Items at the breakfast buffet were surprisingly limited. Strike three. On the +ve side, the spar is well appointed and service (other than the valets) cordial. But when you combine the long drive and the exorbitant price, I can't stop asking myself "Is it REALLY necessary"? The answer is a resounding NOOO!!!

EKKC89 - Vancouver, Canada


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband and I were bought a one night package as a gift. Our room was stunning and so was the atmosphere. We had great service the whole time! The spas and pools were beautiful and relaxing as well. We would recommend two nights minimum as one night felt a bit rushed. It is also important to note that there is NO night life here aside from the bar being open until midnight. Room service also ends at 9:30pm so make sure to bring snacks! I would highly recommend this as a relax-focused vacation.

Gabrielle L


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