Sonora Resort details
A serene and peaceful resort, whichever lodge you chose, you are guaranteed complete luxury and unbeatable service.
In the Canadian Wilderness on Sonora Island, access is via boat or helicopter.
Accommodation & Facilities
The lodges are uniquely themed, all with large comfortable beds, luxury sheets and fabrics as well as beautiful common areas. I have mentioned a few things about each lodge, but really each one could use its own full review!
There are 3 executive rooms and 1 master bedroom all with warm, natural tones – each with ocean views. The lodge also has a private office, kitchen and it’s very own chef!
The main feature is the amazing spiral staircase, there are beautiful wooden floors and rooms are light with earthy tones. Furniture is built from walnut stained wood and the main area features marble, even through to the marble hot tub!
Arbutus, Haida and Gillard
These are all very different, but the themes are the same – inspired by nature, using lots of subtle greens and wood. There are garden patios and roof top balconies featuring hot tubs with amazing views over the Yuculta Rapids.
Consists of 4 suites, made up of 6 bedrooms. The beautiful living area has views over Stuart Island and 3 out of the 4 suites have gas fires with stone surrounds.
Features rich reds and sandstone colours, rooms are al bright and airy and the common area is wonderful.
Featuring a sailing theme, bright blues and sunshine yellow are used throughout the lodge. The rooms extend out over the water so you can hear the waves lapping beneath you.
This lodge has a sport fishing theme, with custom mission style furniture. The common area has hot tubs seating up to 8 people with fantastic reaching views.
Warm and cosy for up to 10 guests; with 3 deluxe en-suite bedrooms, shared hot tub and bar, as well as a large living room with a gas fireplace.
Sea Lion Pointe
No expense has been spared whilst creating this luxury lodge. The location is breathtaking, on its own peninsular of Sonora Island overlooking the ocean and surrounded by wilderness. With a private deck, roof hot tub, dining room, billiards room, home theatre and wet bar, this lodge really will create some unforgettable memories. The main room has a sprawling fireplace and mini grand piano, and reaches out onto a terrace with views of Innes Passage. This is home to one of the largest art commissions in British Columbia, and the stunning work made from everything from glass and wood, to paint on canvas will decorate your stay.
Facilities in the main lodge include; games room, glass plant and flower conservatory, gift shop, piano lounge, wine cellar and a luxury spa.
The head chef, Terry Picher, has trained extensively in his field and travelled the world learning about new flavours and techniques. His dishes can be seen as culinary masterpieces.
Outdoor activities include; wilderness tours, helicopter tours, fly and salt fishing, and lots of bear viewing, as well as Phillips River experience – an ecological and cultural tour. For those indoor people, and the evenings there is a golf simulator, games room and home theatre – with satellite TV and huge range of DVD’s, as well as an Xbox and a Play station.