Tla'amin Resorts and Accommodations / Historic Lund Hotel

Lund, British Columbia

Art Gallery Boat Tours Cultural Tours Hiking Sea Kayaking Walking Wildlife Viewing

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Where the road ends, the fun begins… in comfort, culture and style. A warm welcome awaits at the Lund Resort at Klah ah men at the gateway to Desolation Sound. Our resort offers 31 rooms, all newly refurbished, completely reimagined, and thoroughly inspired by Tla’amin art and Culture.

Sleep soundly in a four-poster bed lulled by the Salish Sea; laze on your private patio and watch eagles wheel overhead; browse original creations at the Tug Ghum gallery, immerse yourself in the history and living Culture of the Tla’amin People.

Sleep under the stars in the Nature Village, on the whispering shores of the Salish Sea immerse yourself in nature with comfort and luxury to spare. Enjoy a beach front tenting experience that will fill your intrepid soul with joy. Featuring 16 luxury tents perched on the ocean’s edge, our Salish Sea Nature Packages offer wilderness hikes, Cultural experiences and island cruise opportunities by day, and incredible star gazing by night. For small groups of friends, couples and families, a nature experience for all ages.

Tla'amin Resorts and Accommodations / Historic Lund Hotel

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Tla'amin Resorts and Accommodations / Historic Lund Hotel

1436 Ns-101
Lund, British Columbia, V0N 2G0
(604) 414-0474 generalmanager@lundhotel.com Visit Website

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Tla'amin Resorts and Accommodations / Historic Lund Hotel

Book online

Tla'amin Resorts and Accommodations / Historic Lund Hotel

1436 Ns-101
Lund, British Columbia, V0N 2G0
(604) 414-0474 generalmanager@lundhotel.com Visit Website

Business Hours

Revitalizing Indigenous culture, one meal at a time

In our traditional cultures, food is harvested, cooked, and eaten with respect. Gathering around a table is an act of community — it is about feeding the mind, body, and spirit at the same time, with food that is thoughtfully harvested and prepared.

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