Prestigious base for Sooek Triathlon

New hotel base for operations of annual sporting event

The Subaru Sooke Triathlon has just confirmed the new host hotel for the race: the new Prestige Oceanfront Resort & Convention Centre set for a soft opening in the early spring of this year.

The Prestige Hotel and Resort is opening April 2011 and is offering a significant discount to race participants and family members.

The Prestige Hotel will be an integral part of the 2011 event and become the place to be race weekend, hosting registration, social functions, clinics, and the all new two-day Sport and Wellness Expo. It will be the center of all the action leading up to the race.

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