Hot Springs on Us
Stay in Radium Hot Springs and relax in the famous Hot Springs pools! It’s a magical time to visit the Village of Radium. Known as the Warm Side of the Rockies, Radium enjoys milder fall and winter temperatures. The Village of Radium is a scenic 3-hour drive from the Calgary area through Kootenay National Park, with perfect opportunities for sightseeing and short hikes.
Through October 15th to December 15th, stay in Radium Hot Springs and soak for free! We’re giving away two free Hot Springs passes with every two nights booked direct in a participating Radium Hot Springs hotel, motel, resort, or B&B.
Redeem this Offer
To be eligible you must book your stay directly with a participating local hotel, motel, B&B, resort, or cabin. Bookings through travel agencies such as Booking.com and Expedia are ineligible. Present your booking confirmation at the Radium Visitor Centre to redeem your pool passes!
This offer is available October 15th through December 15th 2022. Each booking placed with a participating accommodation property in Radium Hot Springs is eligible to receive 2 hot springs pool passes. This offer is not redeemable directly at the Radium Hot Springs pools.
Stay up-to-date with the latest COVID-19 protocols at the Radium Hot Springs pools by checking operating procedures with Canadian Rockies Hot Springs here.
Participating Hotels, Motels, & BnBs
10 – 4881 St. Mary’s Street, Radium Hot Springs, BC
**Only accommodations listed on this page qualify for the soak & stay deals & packages**
Things to do
There is no shortage of things to do in Radium. Start your day off with a family friendly stroll to a waterfall or scenic lookout, spend time exploring Main Street shops or rent bikes for the day. In the evening, head out for a dinner out, relax in the central community park and cap it off with a soak in the Hot Springs pools.
National & Provincial Parks
Spa & Wellness
Dining & Nightlife
A scenic three-hour drive from Calgary, Radium Hot Springs is in the heart of the Canadian Rockies and at the gateway to the sprawling Columbia River Valley.