Borgata Lodge Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
Photos of Borgata Lodge Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Borgata Lodge Hotel Kelowna
Travel Blogs from Kelowna
... and Tristan. And shitzi-poo dog Sophie. I last saw Carl and Kim when they honeymooned in NZ in 1994, so it's been a long time!
It was great to arrive yesterday and just chill. It had been a really busy few days in Vancouver which I only really realised when we finally stopped! Kelowna is having warmer than usual temperatures at the moment. No rain so far (so unlike Vancouver) but a few degrees cooler. ...
... to make the best of it.
James, Asher and Grandaddy took off skiing with Asher promptly proving that he no longer needed a 'leash'. At four years old he was barreling down the hill and, by the end of the week, he certainly gave his poor old Grandmama a run for her money.
Big White is a great family oriented ski hill.... whether you ski or not there is always something to see or do. Though there is ice skating and tubing ...
... Margaret and Simon to show them where he and Sue had been while earlier on while
Sue spent time with me, my own personal ski instructor. She showed me different things to do and we had a great time going up and down, no queues just ski down straight on the lift back up to the top for another run.
... I checked all my mirrors and windows, checked to make sure there were no vehicles around and proceeded to back up - BANG! I couldn't have hit anything as there was nothing around - what was that noise?!? I jumped out of the vehicle only to be horrified that I hit the drivers back bumper on a light standard in the parking lot - can't believe I didn't see it. I felt sick and disappointed since Henry ...
... We have arrived in Geilenkirchen, and we are out and about today starting a little sightseeing on our own. Tackling a trip to Valkenburg in the Netherlands, meandering through charming little enclaves, dodging in and around cars parked on the roadways. The traffic rules take a little getting used to but we are getting used to playing chicken! There seems to be endless traffic circles, which afford us a lot of confusion. Between Joy's house and Valkenburg, we go through about ...