Formerly the Nels Nelsen Lodge

Nels Nelsen lodge rebranded Sutton Place Hotel

The Nels Nelsen Lodge at the foot of Revelstoke Mountain Resort has been renamed as The Sutton Place Hotel.

The Nels Nelsen Lodge at the foot of Revelstoke Mountain Resort has been renamed as The Sutton Place Hotel.

The change was announced in late November.

In June of this year, RMR’s parent company Northland Properties Corporation acquired luxury hotel operator The Sutton Place Hotel Group.

The hotel, restaurant, real estate and construction company has since begun plans to expand the Sutton Place brand to other properties. “As of December 1st, ‘Nelsen Lodge at Revelstoke Mountain Resort’, will proudly be branded ‘The Sutton Place Hotel’ to reflect its luxury 5-star accommodation and exceptional hospitality offering.” Northland wrote in a media release.

Northland Properties Corporation said the move was about expanding the luxury hotel brand. “The transition of the

Nelsen Lodge into ‘The Sutton Place Hotel – Revelstoke Mountain Resort’ not only enhances this popular mountain resort’s already stellar reputation, it demonstrates our commitment to expanding the reach of our luxury hotel brand. We have further expansion planned in markets across Canada”.

The hotel was completed in 2009 and has 221 guest rooms.


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