HOT SPRINGS, B.C. — Fairmont Hot Springs Resort in B.C. is up for sale. The property has been listed by Colliers International with a price tag of $50 million.
The 1,200-acre site features three outdoor pools fed by the largest natural hot springs in Canada. It also includes a lodge, cabins and cottages, an RV park, three golf courses and a ski hill with 14 runs. The site also has close to 668 acres of undeveloped land.
“I see this kind of property as sort of transcending market conditions because of its unique attributes,” Mark Lester, senior VP, Colliers International told CBC News. “I think that if a property like this comes on the market, it’s going to generate interest and activity simply because of what it is.”
Fairmont Hot Springs Resort was purchased by Ken Fowler Enterprises in 2008. Fowler died in February 2017 and his son, Doug Fowler, assumed responsibility for the resort.