Travel Deal for September 5, 2013
While Nita Lake Lodge can’t speak for her, it sure presents everything you could possibly want to ensure a happy and thoroughly unforgettable engagement. The boutique property in Whistler features the extravagant Diamond Ice Proposal Package that doesn’t overlook any detail.
There’s Champagne, a couple’s massage, breakfast in bed, and a serious piece of bling that will entwine the two of you for eternity.
The Diamond Ice Proposal Package starts at $20,000 and includes:
- Two-night stay at Nita Lake Lodge in the luxury Rainforest Suite, featuring a private elevator
- Champagne and chocolate strawberries in the hotel room
- Dinner for two in Aura’s Private Dining Room
- Romantic ila couples connect massage in the Spa at Nita Lake
- Breakfast in bed each morning and late check-out
- A 20-minute helicopter tour and 25-minute picnic on Rainbow Glacier with Blackcomb Aviation
- Diamond engagement ring in 14-karat white gold, featuring a one-carat, brilliant-cut Canadian diamond from Whistler’s keir fine jewellery.
Taxes and gratuities are also included. You will need to book 14 days or more in advance to secure the package. Some elements of the package (i.e.: the helicopter ride) are weather-dependent.
Vacay.ca Spends a Great Canadian Weekend In Whistler
When you’re not in your suite at Nita Lake Lodge, you’ll be out exploring British Columbia‘s sports haven. Fabulous Whistler isn’t just for die-hard fitness enthusiasts, though. It has a range of inviting pursuits for all kinds of visitors, including an excellent fine-dining scene. Earlier this year, Vacay.ca Managing Editor toured the resort town that’s a 90-minute drive from Vancouver and discovered how to enjoy a Great Canadian Weekend in the mountains.
Brijbassi writes: “For many visitors, the golf is secondary to the unusual residents on the golf course at Chateau Whistler. About a half-dozen black bears, including a female named Alice and her two cubs, roam the grounds. The Today Show from Australia was recently in Whistler filming the black bears. Phil Chambers, group coordinator at the Chateau Whistler course, told me that one bear, who has passed away, would even have fun swatting balls from the greens. Encounters can be entertaining and a bit nerve-wracking, although there haven’t been any reported incidents with the bears. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. in 1993, the par-72, 6,635-yard track rises 400 feet, a layout that gives players outstanding views of the mountains and the natural surroundings of the British Columbia coast.”