Accommodation in Fernie
Fernie has a wide selection of hotels, motels, hostels and bed & breakfast places, as well as chalets (fully catered or self catered) on and off the mountain and houses to rent.
Hotels & Condominiums in Fernie
Many new, tastefully appointed hotels and lodges with year-round services are now available at the resort base village, with more developments to come over the next few years. At present there are around a dozen or so hotels in the resort including the award-winning Lizard Creek Lodge which is a ski-in, ski-out luxury condominium/hotel featuring fine dining, spa, pool and all amenities.
The Fernie Lodging Company owns Snow Creek Lodge and Chalets, Timberline Lodges, Bear Paw Lodges, and Polar Peak Lodges and has a central reservations line. Snow Creek Lodge and Chalets is one of the best sites on the mountain, offering luxury condominiums with underground parking. Timberline Lodges are tastefully decorated one- and two-bedroom condos with great views, balconies, equipment lockers, fully equipped kitchens, and a free shuttle service to the lifts.
Also at the base resort, Wolf’s Den Mountain Lodge has 42 rooms, ski-in, ski-out convenience, two indoor hot tubs, and a games room. You can ski to your door if you stay at the Griz Inn at the bottom of the Elk quad chairlift as well as enjoy fabulous views from the Powder Horn restaurant or from the panoramic deck. There are also hot tubs, a sauna, and an indoor pool.
Thunder Ridge Chalets are ski-in, ski-out luxury townhouse suites and studios located on Highline Drive, while Cornerstone Lodge, a new addition to the village, has luxury one- and two-bedroom condominiums.
Lizard Creek Lodge
Lizard Creek Lodge enjoys the best location of any property in Fernie. Situated on the side of the piste in a ski in/ski out position, just steps from the Elk chair and nursery slopes.
Snow Creek Lodge
Located at the base of the slopes in an enviable ski-in, ski-out position, the Snow Creek Lodge combines luxury accommodation with one the best locations in Fernie.