Jervis Inlet Resort & Spa, Sunshine Coast, British Columbia, Canada.
The vision is to take this 136-acre park cove site that is still basically untouched wilderness on the far side of the Jervis Inlet to create a 5-star hotel, spa, lodge and marina tourism development.
Facilities include a hotel with 30 hotel suites, 10 spa suites, 40 villas, a 17,000 sq ft spa with a diagnostic and wellness centre and a 60 berth floating marina with restaurant, boat moorage & float plane dock.
The Moccasin Cove Valley Welcome Centre would include a service building, logistics infrastructure, parking, staging facilities and a boat launch for the boat that would take clients across the inlet to their hotel suite or private villa.
The 136-acre site sits at the Southern tip of the opening of Jervis Inlet, one of British Columbia’s deepest and most famed water passages leading to Princess Louisa Inlet to the North.
Access to the site will occur via a short seaplane ride from Vancouver, Nanaimo, Comox, or Whistler or by water taxi from Mocassin Valley to the South.
Boating, kayaking, fishing, diving, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, as well as dining will all emphasize the connection to water and the life it contains.
The hotel and villas will be built by West Coast Log Homes, featuring a multitude of amenities including gym, sauna, geothermal heating and an entertainment room.
This project will be the first internationally 5-star branded mountain and oceanfront resort, spa and marina in North America. There will be an infinity pool and a hot pool, heated in winter and au-natural in summer, with small private pools for the villas.
For more information on this exciting development, please contact David Oulsnam on +44 (0)1629 814431 or via the contact page of this website.