Kaleden Museum and Archives

320 Lakehill Road
Kaleden, British Columbia V0H 1K0 Canada


Historical foundations

Hotel Kaleden opened its doors in 1912, offering luxurious stays with scenic views. It featured 26 beds and two restaurants.

The outbreak of World War I and the Great Depression led to the hotel’s closure and the removal of its interior.

​In 1982, Fred King sold the hotel to the Regional District of Okanagan Similkameen.

Hotel Kaleden, now a significant historical landmark, holds a special place in our community’s heart. It has garnered recognition at the provincial, national, and international levels as a heritage site deserving preservation. 

​Preserving Hotel Kaleden will take our collective efforts. We can all make a difference by contributing generously, regardless of the donation size, to preserve this beautiful and iconic site


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