2010 Luxury Floating Lodge Available for Vancouver’s Winter GamesNovember 17, 2009 | 734 Views
(Vancouver, BC) – West Coast Fishing Club, providers of world-class fishing and wilderness experiences, is delighted to announce that they have secured a prime Downtown Vancouver location to moor their handsome floating lodge throughout the coming February 2010 Winter Games.
Normally residing in the waters off Langara in BC’s Queen Charlotte Islands, the 2010 Lodge is a uniquely designed “floatel” which will be moved to False Creek and moored directly under the Granville Bridge, providing original and distinctive Olympic accommodation for up to 24 guests in one of the city’s most sought after locations.
Positioned at the heart of the action, the two-storey 2010 Lodge will be just a short boat ride from Olympic venues BC Place and GM Place, not to mention the daily celebrations at LiveCity Yaletown and Granville Island. When the sun goes down, relax on the spacious back deck and enjoy a unique view of the nightly fireworks, reflected in the water. Twelve well-appointed rooms each have en-suite bathrooms, there’s a spacious dining room, on-site commercial kitchen and comfortable lounge area with oversized windows, making the 2010 Lodge an unmatched setting from which to enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime historic occasion.
A dedicated professional hosting team will be on hand to ensure valued guests feel at home throughout their stay and, upon request, the kitchen can be staffed with talented chefs to create a magnificent culinary component to the stay. The 2010 Lodge offers the ability to customize private events and guarantees a magical Winter Games experience for business or private groups alike.
Exclusive use of the West Coast Lodge throughout the 28 days costs $177,100 ($527 per person per night) for non-exclusive use or partial stays rates are negotiable. For further information please contact West Coast Fishing Club on 1-888-432-6666 or visit www.westcoastfishingclub.com