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5 Best Hotels in Williams Lake, BC – Complete Williams Lake Hotel Guide

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Welcome to VancityAsks.com’s William Lake hotel guide.

 

About Williams Lake, British Columbia:

Williams Lake is a small town in interior BC with a population of around 20,000 but still the 2nd largest city within the Cariboo Region of interior British Columbia, second only to Quensel.

It was first established in late-1800s during the gold rush with initiative from BC’s government in Victoria, and faced several ups and downs finally to be built into the city it is with the BC Rail development through the city.

Today, it’s a beautiful city with plenty of natural landscape (as much of #BeautifulBC) along with the 2nd largest Stampede in Canada, the Williams Lake Stampede. It’s a small town with unique character while the weather averages around 20 Celsius annually dipping bellow 0 on the winter months. Thompson Rivers University also has a campus at Williams Lake, BC.

 

Best Tips for Booking Williams Lake Hotels:

Williams Lake, BC has only 9 hotels being a relatively small city in interior BC.

When should you book Williams Lake Hotel?

You’re unlikely to get any last minute deals at hotels in Williams Lake, BC due to the low frequency of bookings. Prices appear to remain pretty stable at an average of $100/night whether you’re booking 1 week in advance, 1 month in advance, or 6 months in advance.

However, with the low demand for Williams Lake hotel you should have no problem booking a hotel at Williams Lake on last minute notice (unless there’s a specific hotel you really want).

If you’re booking a Williams Lake Hotel during the Williams Lake Stampede, then be sure to book it 1 month in advance as demand would be higher and prices correspondingly increase as supply reduces.

If you’re booking during the winter months, there should be no problem booking hotels the day of your visit to Williams Lake, BC if you’re willing to take a risk – you’d likely save 10-25% on your last minute booking at Sandman Hotels & Suites Williams Lake and Hamilton Hotel provided they have ample supply of rooms available.

We would however recommend booking as soon as possible as rates don’t seem to fluctuate as much with small town hotels and prices are simply dependent on supply of rooms – meaning if more rooms are booked closer towards your visit, the prices will be higher.

Hotels in small cities like Williams Lake are generally very cheap already with little room for price discrimination.

 

Should you book Williams Lake Hotel direct? (Or use a travel agency?)

Of the 9 Williams Lake Hotels, 5 are popular hotel franchises/brands. If you’re looking to accumulate loyalty/status nights at Best Western, Coast hotels, or Wyndham, then you might wish to book direct. Sandman does not feature a loyalty program.

Even so, these loyalty programs at Wyndham, Best Western, and Coast Hotels are very lackluster and do not provide significant benefits for bigger loyalty programs as Marriott-SPG, Hilton, or Accor hotels might have – you would likely get better immediate value booking through an online travel agency.

It is better to book through an online travel agency like Trip.com who provide additional discount for your bookings with added customer service support. (Online travel agencies like Trip.com and Expedia.ca or Priceline.com often take around 30% of the booking as fees. They then offer a % of this back to their customers as a loyalty program of sorts.)

 

Cheapest Online Travel Agency to Book Williams Lake Hotel?

If you’re looking to book a hotel in Williams Lake, BC through an online travel agency – we prefer using Trip.com. As the new kids on the block (but a NASDAQ listed company) they often feature better perks or incentives to get new customers on board. (I’ve notice they sometimes seem to make hotels cheaper than their competitors just for the customer acquisition. They also offer Trip Coins for booking with members and member exclusive rates.)

However, in this instance – it appears that Trip.com has prices 1-2% higher than their competitors like Expedia.ca or Hotels.com. We would recommend booking through Hotels.com for their loyalty/rewards program which provides you one night free for every 10 nights.

 

5 Best Hotels in Williams Lake, BC:

1) Overall Best Williams Lake Hotel – Ramada By Wyndham Williams Lake:

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Ramada By Wyndham Williams Lake Hotel Exterior

 

We never thought we’d be recommending a Ramada hotel in our best hotels recommendation because quite frankly, most Ramada hotels (and many Wyndham hotel brands) run towards the budget spectrum of hotels… often resulting in really bad value for guests – unless you enjoy cigarette burned carpets and derelict furnishings taking you back to the 1980s (when the hotels were probably built). Many of the Ramada hotels often find themselves in bad neighbourhoods as well, that’s almost as consistent as the careless service known with Ramada hotels – just look at Ramada in Vancouver or Victoria if you need an example. The Ramada in Vancouver has homeless sleeping regularly outside as does the Howard Johnson while the Ramada in Victoria is known to be in a questionable neighbourhood of Victoria, BC.

Nevertheless, this Ramada by Wyndham Williams Lake stands apart with clean rooms, great service, hot breakfast, and phenomenal value (good prices). The location is also conveniently located on the edge of Williams Lake downtown and walking distance to Williams Lake itself.

The rooms importantly are also newer than most hotel rooms in Williams Lake with modern furnishing and reasonably cleaned between each guest. The hot breakfast is a great added bonus to start your day right and make your visit to Williams Lake more enjoyable. The excellent and convenient location in Williams Lake is the icing on the cake providing easy access to downtown Williams Lake with dining options and a balance with nature walking to Williams Lake itself. The price is well on the money and averages around $125 a night.

Ramada by Wyndham Williams Lake is well deserving of our “Overall Best Williams Lake Hotel” feature.

Trip Advisor Reviews: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Hotel_Review-g154925-d183559-Reviews-Coast_Fraser_Inn-Williams_Lake_Cariboo_British_Columbia.html

Address: 1118 Lakeview Crescent, Williams Lake, BC V2G 1A3

 

2) Best Williams Lake Hotel for Families – Sandman Hotel & Suites Williams Lake:

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Sandman Hotel & Suites Williams Lake Exterior

We’ve recommend Sandman Hotel & Suites Williams Lake as the #2 Best Hotel in Williams Lake for its (1) phenomenal location in the heart of downtown Williams Lake and the (2) nicely renovated newer rooms to provide a comfortable stay for your visit to Williams Lake, BC. (3) Excellent value as the price typically is slightly above $100 which provides excellent value for such location and hotel room in Williams Lake. You’re much better off spending the extra $30 and having a comfortable stay than cheap out with a budget hotel in Williams Lake like Stampeder’s Hotel or Hamilton Hotel leaving a bad taste to your Williams Lake visit.

While the main drawback is Sandman Hotels do not provide complementary breakfast as other hotels in Williams Lake do – which truly is a nice perk to have with hotel stays (why do you think airlines serve meals 2 hours before landing?) however its convenient location in Downtown Williams Lake mean dining options are aplenty and with the room rates typically $20 lower than Ramada by Wyndham Williams Lake, you could just think of it like a free breakfast! (not quite the same convenience nonetheless).

It’s still an excellent hotel in Williams Lake for families and business travelers who may prefer better rooms and location for their visit as Sandman Hotel & Suites Williams Lake is known for. (As in better rooms than most other Williams Lake hotels – the Sandman Hotels brand takes great effort to regularly renovating their rooms to keep up with the mid-range hotel category). The suites hotel may also be much appreciate for families who would prefer cooking family meals in their room as a family activity especially with a grocery store nearby.

The Sandman Hotel & Suites is well deserving of being considered the #2 Best hotel in Williams Lake. Bright and clean rooms and friendly service located conveniently in Williams Lake with plentiful dining and leisure options.

Trip Advisor Reviews: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Hotel_Review-g154925-d182636-Reviews-Sandman_Hotel_Suites_Williams_Lake-Williams_Lake_Cariboo_British_Columbia.html

Address: 664 Oliver St, Williams Lake, BC V2G 1M6

 

3) Best Williams Lake Hotel for Local Experience – Coast Fraser Inn:

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Coast Fraser Inn Williams Lake Hotel Exterior

Coast Hotels is another familiar BC hotel chain (although lacking behind the reputation of Sandman Hotels and Accent Inns in our opinion) and Coast Fraser Inn in Williams Lake, BC provides the reliability and quality you might come to expect of Coast Hotels.

The location of Coast Fraser Inn is conveniently situated in Williams Lake downtown with walking distance to many dining or amenities (including a fitness centre) with a Boston Pizza right besides the Williams Lake Hotel. There’s not much to complain about the locality where Coast Fraser Inn finds itself in Williams Lake – however it is not quite as convenient as Sandman Hotel & Suites Williams Lake.

The big benefit that Coast Fraser Inn has going for it is the complementary hot breakfast, great local service (they truly emphasize a local experience) with personable service members, as well as standard rooms you would expect in a Williams Lake hotel. As with most aging hotel that might not have underwent a full renovation yet, your experience with regards to the room furnishing would be hit and miss but mostly good.

The Coast hotel brand is also big on sustainability so you will find big shampoo and soap bottles within all their hotels than the single use plastic disposables (Very BC-ian). If environmentally friendly practices are important to you then this is another reason to book at Coast Fraser Inn when visiting Williams Lake. Rooms are good but it is an aging hotel.

If you’re looking for a boutique hotel in Williams Lake and one that screams local, Coast Fraser Inn is likely your BEST choice for a Williams Lake hotel without taking the risk of ruining your stay in Williams Lake with a non-branded local hotel. (Another comparable option we considered was Dummondlodge but Coast Fraser Inn had better location, service, breakfast, and as a full service hotel with online booking makes your experience prior and during your stay much easier… than a manual booking required at Dummondlodge without price list.)

A night at Coast Fraser Inn averages around $125 which is similar to Ramada by Wyndham Williams Lake Hotel. Coast Fraser Inn is an excellent value for a local Williams Lake hotel with the consistency and quality you’d expect from a Coast branded hotel. While they also have a rewards program, you’re better off booking with an online travel agency that provides price guarantee an a discount through their rewards program.

Trip Advisor Reviews: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Hotel_Review-g154925-d183559-Reviews-or5-Coast_Fraser_Inn-Williams_Lake_Cariboo_British_Columbia.html

Address: 285 Donald Rd, Williams Lake, BC V2G 4K4

4) Best Williams Lake Hotel for Business Travelers – Best Western Williams Lake:

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The Best Western Williams Lake Hotel is generally the pricier option among hotels in Williams Lake with prices around $140+ during the off peak season. It is also one of the newer hotels in Williams Lake having opened in 2012 meaning guests can enjoy newer beds and rooms along with their amenities.

While the prices for Best Western Williams Lake are typically higher than previously mentioned options, they also garner a loyal list of customers who appreciate the mid-range hotel’s newer amenities. Most notable besides their indoor pool and hot tub is the complementary “continental” breakfast which serves a variety of hot and cold options including scrambled eggs, sausages, fresh waffle machine, fruits, yogurts, and of course coffee & juices.

The location of the Best Western in Williams Lake is far from ideal; while it has lake view and walking distance to Williams Lake – you are out from the downtown core with not many dining options in the vicinity (unlike Sandman Hotel & Suites Williams Lake which provides many dining options within walking distance – sometimes after a long time on the road or a long day, it might be ideal to go for a leisurely stroll than another drive to find dining options). If you’re driving by through Williams Lake and looking for a rest or don’t mind a slight drive to downtown Williams Lake, the location is serene (except the highway) and fitting.

Best Western Williams Lake is very suitable for business travelers with newer property for comfort at slightly higher prices than other of the best hotels in Williams Lake we’ve mentioned, fast wifi and connectivity, along with a complementary full breakfast to start the day right! The rooms are good and service friendly so there’s not much to complain about staying at Best Western Williams Lake if you’re looking for a hotel in Williams Lake; the Best Western Williams Lake is especially fitting if you’re looking for a hotel in Williams Lake travelling on business. The breakfast here is much better than other Williams Lake hotels.

Trip Advisor Reviews: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Hotel_Review-g154925-d3199467-Reviews-Best_Western_Williams_Lake_Hotel-Williams_Lake_Cariboo_British_Columbia.html

Address: 1850 Broadway Ave S, Williams Lake, BC V2G 5G8

 

5) Best Cheap Williams Lake Hotel – Valleyview Motel:

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ValleyView Motel Exterior

Valleyview Motel in Williams Lake, British Columbia is a locally owned budget hotel/motel with views of William Lake right from your hotel room.

The hotel is not listed with most online travel agency and check-in closes at 10 PM so it is in your best interest to book a diferrent hotel in Williams Lake if you’re uncertain about your schedule. With this said, if you’re looking for a clean motel in Williams Lake with an unbelievable price then Valleyview Motel might be a reasonable choice to consider. The rates during off-peak season is as low as $60 a night.

At ValleyView Hotel in Williams Lake, you won’t find any fancy amenities or complementary breakfast – there isn’t many dining options in the direct vicinity either… however you’ll appreciate a clean and comfortable (albeit small) room for incredible value. The Williams Lake Hotel is very well located within reasonable distance to downtown Williams Lake and across from Williams Lake with many natural experiences to appreciate. Service is friendly and you’ll likely be dealing with the owner/operator. The motel is aged however, being one of the older motels in Williams Lake. We’ve mentioned it for it’s pricing, clean rooms, and location; it is the cheapest hotel in Williams Lake that you can still stay at reasonably safely. There is no coffee maker at the motel. This is your choice if you’re looking for the cheapest hotel in Williams Lake – than the alternative being Hamilton Hotel which makes this look like a three star hotel in comparison. It is located right on the highway so noise might be a concern.

(It’s no secret that we appreciate locally owned and operated businesses at VancityAsks.com. While a franchise is generally preferable when choosing a hotel because of its reliability, consistency, and standards (and your hotel or accommodations when visiting a city is not something you generally want to be adventurous and risk taking with) – we take any opportunity to highlight locally owned hotels/motels that provide a high standard of quality and consistency for guests. We hope to highlight one local property with each of our hotel guides in British Columbia. With this said, franchises, even local franchises such as Sandman Hotels or Accent Inns are still better choices when choosing accommodations for your travel – the quality and consistency of a franchise is something you’d appreciate.)

Trip Advisor Reviews: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Hotel_Review-g154925-d10061212-Reviews-ValleyView_Motel-Williams_Lake_Cariboo_British_Columbia.html

Address: 1523 Hwy 97 South, Williams Lake, BC V2G 2W3

Complete Williams Lake Hotel Guide:

Juniper Trails Bed and Breakfast:

A homely bed and breakfast in Williams Lake that makes for phenomenal accommodations in Williams Lake, BC at a price of around $130/night. Modern furnishing with the comforts of home with limited availability – 3 rooms available at Juniper Trails Bed and Breakfast. Booking has to be made direct here: https://www.junipertrails.ca/Bed-Breakfast.html

It’s excellent bed and breakfast/accommodations in Williams Lake, the only reason it’s located within the Complete Williams Lake Hotel guide is because there are only three rooms available and booking cannot be done conveniently online. The rooms are immaculately cleaned and the lounge area provides fresh coffee/tea for guests to enjoy alongside delicious fresh baked goods and treats throughout the day. If you’re looking for a unique experience in Williams Lake, British Columbia – booking at this Bed and Breakfast will surely do the trick!

The location however is not idea for those looking to travel conveniently but ideal for those looking to find a getaway resort like experience in Williams Lake, BC.

Location – Bellow Average

Service – Above average

Rooms – Above average

Amenities – N/A

Price/Value – Good

 

Recommended Williams Lake B&B? Yes – Nice locally owned B&B. If you don’t mind the remote location in Williams Lake, the Juniper Trails B&B is a nice respite and something unique to experience only available in Williams Lake. You also get to appreciate coffee & baked goods throughout the day and a hearty breakfast to start your day in a rustic home with modern amenities and comforts. An excellent choice if you don’t mind shared common space, a little inconvenience with its location, or the added price comparative to options like Sandman Hotel & Suites Williams Lake.

 

Lakeside Motel:

Locally owned and operated highway motel with good location to Williams Lake but a distance from downtown Williams Lake without much amenities or food & beverage nearby. Cheap Williams Lake Hotel with very little to offer but friendly host/service.

Location – Bellow Average

Service – Above Average

Rooms – Average (old & run down but clean)

Amenities – Bellow Average (none but BBQ pit available)

Price/Value – Average

 

Recommended Williams Lake Hotel? Yes – Nice locally owned hotel which may not have much to offer with but is clean with friendly & local service.

 

Drummondlodge Williams Lake Hotel:

Drummondlodge Williams Lake Hotel is a locally owned hotel walking distance to Williams Lake and downtown Williams Lake. The hotel only has 18 regular rooms and 6 large suites; bookings must be made direct on their website through a contact form. It’s a good hotel in Williams Lake, BC.

Location – Above average

Service – Above average

Rooms – Average

Amenities – Average

Price – Ok

 

Recommended Williams Lake Hotel? Yes. Drummondlodge is a good Williams Lake Hotel but an added inconvenience by having to book direct than confirming your booking through Trip.com or Booking.com. It’s a hotel that would be hard to find as it is not listed on Trip Advisor unless you search specifically for it. The 24 room hotel is a locally owned Williams Lake hotel with nice rooms and friendly owner.

 

Super8 By Wyndham Williams Lake:

A little old and outdated hotel with bellow average accommodations at bellow average prices. Location is farther away from Downtown Williams Lake but located walking distance to Williams Lake. Not the first pick if you’re looking for hotels in Williams Lake, BC.

Location – Bellow average

Service – Average

Rooms – Bellow average

Amenities – Bellow average (with free breakfast)

Price – Good

 

Recommended Williams Lake Hotel? – Yes. A typically Super 8 highway hotel with free breakfast but not an excellent location in Williams Lake, BC.

 

Slumber Lodge Williams Lake:

This hotel is not easily visible on most booking websites online but is truly a hidden gem of recency – since it was bought over in 2017 the new owner has taken to renovating the 21 room motel. Slumber Lodge Williams Lake may not provide the most comfortable accommodation in Williams Lake but it is undoubtedly the cheapest motel in Williams Lake that’s reasonable (something you can actually stay in reasonably, unlike Hamilton Hotel or Stampeder’s Motel) – rates are currently at $60/night CAD on Booking.com (the only online booking platform with Slumber Lodge Williams Lake)

Click here to book Slumber Lodge Williams Lake.

Location – Above average

Service – Slightly above Average

Rooms – Bellow average

Amenities – Bellow average

Price – Great

 

Recommended Williams Lake Hotel? – Yes. Slumber Lodge Williams Lake is a cheap hotel in Williams Lake. It is not the average you’d expect but if you’re looking for a hotel in Williams Lake with a good location then Slumber Lodge Williams Lake might fit the bill with it’s recent renovations, certainly not the first choice, but a reasonable choice for the price of $60/night. The owner and front desk is friendly but expect run down rooms that could use plenty of improvements. Good location.

 

Blackbird Bay Bed & Breakfast:

Blackbird Bay Bed and Breakfast is another B&B with excellent reputation in Williams Lake, BC – it was however bought over in 2001 with wonderful new owners but a young family who has changed things around a little to make their family space a priority. The B&B does not provide a lounge area for guests (just your room) and breakfast spread is contention (wholewheat & multigrain bagels + cold cereal + juice). The bed & breakfast overlooks Williams Lake and walking distance to downtown Williams Lake, making it convenient and clean accommodation option. As wonderful as the family sounds who now own Blackbird Bay B&B… the changes however does make the price justification of staying at Blackbird Bay Bed & Breakfast; you’d be better off booking a good hotel in Williams Lake, BC with a hot breakfast option like Ramada Williams Lake for the same price. Bookings can be made by email here: https://www.bbcanada.com/325.html/OlcVk/

Location – Above average

Service – Average

Rooms – Above average

Amenities – Bellow average

Price – Average

 

Recommended Williams Lake B&B? No. As lovely as the family sounds and a great location for an B&B, the change with Blackbird Bay B&B has made the B&B an afterthought than a unique guest experience for visitors. When staying at a B&B and paying the price premium, guests should ideally experience something locally unique. The changes have made the B&B more like a transient short-term accommodation and the continental breakfast does not provide any redemptive features to the reduce accessibility for B&B guests. Visitors to Williams Lake, BC would be better served at a full service hotel with a hot breakfast for the same price like Ramada Williams Lake or Best Western Williams Lake – there is minimal amenities or guest interaction at the revised B&B. If you’re looking for a simple room at a fair price ($90/night) in a convenient location (overlooking Williams Lake and walking distance to downtown Williams Lake) without expectations of having much space accessibility then you might wish to book at Blackbird Bay B&B however the added hassle of booking manually doesn’t seem worthwhile with the current B&B. If you’re looking for a unique B&B in Williams Lake, BC then consider Juniper Trails Bed and Breakfast (without the same convenient location).

 

Hamilton Hotel – Williams Lake Motel:

Hamilton Hotel is a Williams Lake Motel with a good location but the epitome of a “hotel” you want to avoid. It has recently come under new management who have tried to spruce up the “hotel” but it appears to be mainly cosmetic fixes. The hotel is sloppy and lacking in every aspect you might want when looking for a Williams Lake Hotel. Prices are average at $100/night but value falls bellow.

Location – Above average

Service – Bellow Average

Rooms – Bellow average

Amenities – Bellow average

Price – Average

 

Recommended Williams Lake Hotel? – No. Hamilton Hotel is not somewhere you want to be staying in Williams Lake.

 

Stampeder Motel – Williams Lake Motel:

Stampeder Motel is where you want to NOT stay when visiting Williams Lake, BC. Among questionable business practices, the motel is an older motel boasting many flaws including non-functioning smoke detectors in certain rooms as reported by previous guests. Location is average but just avoid it – definitely not worth the savings of $10-$20.

Location – Average

Service – Bellow Average

Rooms – Bellow average

Amenities – Bellow average

Price – Average

 

Recommended Williams Lake Hotel? – No. Stampeder Hotel is not somewhere you want to be staying in Williams Lake.

 

5 Best Hotels in Vernon, BC – Everything you Need to Know about Vernon Hotels

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Choosing a hotel in Vernon, BC is not an easy decision when there are well over 60 hotels to choose from in Vernon, BC.

Welcome to VancityAsks.com guide to Vernon, BC hotels. We’ve taken great lengths to finding the BEST hotels in Vernon, BC and provide everything you might possibly need or want to know about Vernon hotels on this page.

We hope it’ll help you book the right hotel for your visit to Vernon, BC at the best rates. We also share tips on how to get a better deal when booking a Vernon hotel such as whether you should book direct or through an online travel agency; which will get you the best deals? Find out bellow!

 

What you’ll find on this Vernon Hotels & Accomodation Article (The Complete Vernon Hotel and Accommodations Guide):

(1) Tips for Booking a Hotel in Vernon, BC: Get to know how to get a great deal when bookina Vernon hotel (booking a hotel in a major metroplitan like downtown Vancouver – with high demand) is different from booking a hotel in a rural area or Interior BC.

Get answers as well to the popular question of, “Should I book direct or use an online travel agency to book a Vernon Hotel?” which can vary depending on your priorities & preferences (loyalty program or cheaper price & flexibility).

If you choose to book a Vernon Hotel through an online travel agency, the question then is, “Which Online Travel Agency provides the cheapest rates for A Vernon Hotel?” which actually can vary by promotion but each OTA usually have their own pricing strategy and try to remain competitive. It depends on the city and the OTA; hint, a newer OTA like Trip.com, will occasionally try to outdo their competitors with special promotions to win new customers. (through promo codes)

(2) 5 BEST Hotels in Vernon, BC: We’ve taken a look at all X hotels in Vernon, BC and shared our 5 recommended choices for Vernon, BC depending on the type of traveler you are (1) Luxury Hotel in Vernon, BC (2) Business Hotel in Vernon, BC (3) Hotel in Vernon, BC for families (4) Cheap Hotel in Vernon, BC that’s good (5) Pet-Friendly Hotel in Vernon, BC

(3) Complete Vernon Hotel Guide: As part to finding the BEST hotels in Vernon, we took a comprehensive look at all the hotels in Vernon and scrutize each hotel. Prices, reviews, amenities, service, rooms, consistency. We then now compile a list of all Vernon Hotels & Motels with a quick summary from BEST to LEAST (in our opinion) on this list of ALL Vernon Hotels. This is compiled considering value and quality of each Vernon Hotels or Motels.

Complete Vernon Motel Guide: Further, we highlight all the Vernon Motels for those value seekers. Motels are more so individually family owned with smaller operations and no or few amenities.

(4) Complete Vernon Bed and Breakfast Guide: A resort city or interior BC city like Vernon means Bed & Breakfast abound. We mention all the Bed and Breakfast in Vernon (as we know it) on one comprehensive list with a summary of information for your consideration and easy comparison if you prefer a more homely stay than a sterilzed and professional/private hotel environment.

(5) Alternative Vernon Accommodations: In a resort city like Vernon in Interior BC, RV Park resorts are fairly common place for campers and visitors. Here we mention all the RV Parks in Vernon for an easy comparison.

 

Thanks for reading the Complete guide to Vernon Hotels & Accommodation on VancityAsks.

We hope to provide a comprehensive resource to compare all the accomodation options in Vernon on one manually curated page (so you’re not caught with bot algorithms that cannot determine which hotels or motels are good or bad, and presented in a randomized order, or worst sponsored order.)

We’ve spent close to 50 hours over several days to compose this resource and hope you’ll find it useful.

The main intent is to find & highlight the BEST Hotel in Vernon; but in the process of doing so, thought it might help to provide a low-down and summary of all Vernon Hotels & Motels, Bed and Breakfast, as well as accommodation options in Vernon as well – on one page for your easy comparison and viewing.

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Tips for Booking a Hotel in Vernon, BC:

Visitors to Vernon, BC will be spoiled for choice with their hotel accommodations because many hotels in Vernon are excellent mid-range hotels that provide (1) comfortable accommodations – clean & updated rooms (2) great service – friendly local service (3) good value – reasonable prices in part due to the competition in the area. (4) great location – most of the hotels in Vernon are conveniently located within the same area of downtown Vernon with many dining and leisure options within walking distance (5) amenities – many hotels in Vernon provide extra amenities such as indoor pool, free breakfast, and workout or business centre facilities.

If you’re looking for a mid-range hotel in Vernon, you’re sure to find many good choices available for your picking… in this instance, it’s just choosing what you’re more loyal to brand wise or what is the cheapest option available to your liking.Β 

Vernon, BC is a unique city in interior BC, as the oldest city in the Okanagan valley – it is one city that has many excellent luxury and mid-range hotel offerings for phenomenal value/price and consistency. With the competition and competent hotel management, many hotels maintain good standards and room quality along with proper training for a friendly service team. It’s also a city that has good tourism destination purposes (skiing, outdoors, and nature) along with a thriving city with varied industries which surely helps with demand and upkeep.

In the case of Vernon with the many good choices for hotel and a consistent demand – we would recommend booking your hotel in Vernon in advance than last minute especially if there’s a property/brand you specifically prefer. In cities with consistent demand, it’s better to book in advance as more available rooms means better prices and the likely probability of a hotel being sold out closer to when you want to visit. (rare but likely higher prices)

 

Should you book direct or using an online travel agency?

Generally, there are pros and cons to booking direct or booking online – it depends on what you prioritize. If you’re not a frequent traveler, allow us to help by breaking down the pros and cons as well as how booking through an online travel agency works.

Booking a Vernon Hotel Through an Online Travel Agency (OTA):

The biggest benefit to booking a Vernon hotel through an online travel agency like Trip.com or Priceline.com is the ability to easily compare prices, sometimes cheaper prices, or better customer service (depends on which OTA you use).

Pros – OTA Price Comparison: Compared to booking direct through a hotel’s loyalty program, you can more easily compare prices for all hotels in Vernon by booking through an online travel agency like Trip.com. They invest a lot into the user experience and user interface (UI) of their platform to make booking and comparing hotels in Vernon as easily as possible. You can easily sort hotels by pricing or ratings and view the price and ratings accordingly or look for a hotel recommended on our Best Hotels in Vernon article.

I’ve also noticed, that perhaps as a newer OTA – to compete, that Trip.com hotels have often been cheaper than booking direct or through other OTAs when booking at certain hotels such as Accent Inn Vancouver Airport hotel on our BEST Vancouver Airport Hotel price comparison; these prices are shown only to members logged in. There are also many exclusive promo codes for new Trip.com members that give you additional off your first hotel booking.

Pros – Better Comparison and Information: Online Travel Agencies like Trip.com put a lot of effort and invest a lot of money to ensuring their website is as user friendly and easy to use as possible. They enable you to easily compare hotels and filter your search for the Vernon hotels according to your preference. Many of these OTAs also provide many other critical information when booking a Vernon hotel in an easy to understand/read manner such as up-charge (parking, pet deposits) and room types along with amenities. The consistency allows you to compare the hotels easily using an online travel agency whereas on the direct hotel pages, these information are listed at different parts of their site (or sometimes not at all) making it harder for you to obtain perfect information about the best hotels in Vernon.

Thankfully, we’ve further helped by taking a deep dive into all hotels in Vernon and finding the best hotels in Vernon along with an extensive fact-checking and review check into each Vernon hotel we recommend; we do this to make it even easier for you to identify the best hotels in Vernon for yourself and purpose of stay. We hope this resource will help you find a good hotel in Vernon, BC! (as accommodation is an important part of your Vernon, BC experience – or anywhere for that matter! It’s like your foundation to the trip… and that it is, especially if the Vernon hotel has free breakfast! …Always loved the free breakfast travelling when I was younger with family. Nostalgia. So admittedly may be a little more inclined to Vernon hotels with free breakfasts.)

Pros – OTA Reward Program: Online Travel Agencies also carry their own loyalty and rewards program. The benefits to these OTAs reward program is they’re applicable for almost ALL hotels in Vernon consistently. Usually loyalty programs are exclusive to a hotel brand, but this is an issue for booking boutique hotels in Vernon or luxury hotels in Vernon like Sparkling Hill Resort which are one of a kind hotels in Vernon. You don’t accrue any rewards/loyalty benefits staying at these hotels that can be applied anywhere else. With booking through an online travel agency, you still get loyalty nights and rewards with the OTAs reward program regardless of whichever hotel you stay at in Vernon! Expedia offers Silver and Gold members at 7 and 15 nights respectively which includes free upgrades/perks at +VIP hotels which are often independently runned or small franchise hotels along with a dedicated customer service line (outsourced to Egypt – by experience). Priceline doesn’t really offer any loyalty program except through their Priceline Rewards Visa card. Hotels.com offers every 10th night free.

The most notable OTA rewards program – Trip.com offers Trip Coins where every 100 Trip coins ~ $1; the best part is, you also get Trip Coins (120) for writing hotel reviews after you stay. So you can get more rewards to share your honest opinion of a Vernon hotel. Now beyond this, you can apply your Trip Coins for promo codes beyond redeeming for the $ value. Certain Vernon hotels will also provide you double rewards when booking through Trip.com (PointsPLUS Rewards). Trip.com has four membership tiers (Expedia as 3 – Blue, Silver & Gold))Β  – the higher your membership tier, the more Trip Coins you can earn along with exclusive hotel deals.

Depends – Customer Service: The problem with booking through online travel agencies is that any cancellation or changes will have to be made through them directly (whether flight or hotel bookings, you still have to make any changes through your travel agent). Now, this isn’t usually a problem – however if you need to contact the OTA… many OTA outsource their customer support overseas. Expedia outsources most their customer support to Egypt or Philippines. I’m not too sure about Trip.com or Priceline. So, customer service will depend on the travel agent you use. I think Trip.com has a pretty good reputation for their customer service especially as a newer online travel agent looking to please customers and build a positive reputation. Expedia is so-so. I’ve had to have calls escalated to management at times.

Cons – Direct Booking Perks:Β  I honestly tried to think very long and hard for a CONS with booking a Vernon Hotel through an online travel agency and found it hard to come up with one. Perhaps the closest con to booking a Vernon hotel through an online travel agency is missing out on perks with hotels that you might be able to book directly with such as their rewards program or direct booking specials. This is because hotels have to pay online travel agencies like Trip.com commission of around 30% per booking, so sometimes hotels elect to give special perks to direct booking customers in the form of the loyalty program or even an outright special (last minute deals). This said, it is not as common for hotels in Vernon that are often independent brands. For smaller towns like many cities in interior BC, it is generally better to book through an online travel agency that can provide some consistency and assurance to your booking along with a price comparison and online confirmation. As many of these Vernon hotels may not have a broad-base loyalty program you can apply elsewhere or sufficient perks with their loyalty programs. (Exception being Choice Hotels or Holiday Inn Hotels in Vernon, BC – However, Holiday Inn rewards program isn’t very special either… mostly reward points that you can also get through an online travel agency than free upgrades or perks.) Some hotels, especially small mom-and-pop hotels in Vernon as well as Bed and Breakfasts can only be booked direct so using an online travel agency means you miss out on these local gems. Further, not all hotels will be listed on OTAs so that’s the other drawback.

 

Booking a Vernon Hotel Direct Through The Hotel/Hotel Franchise:

Pros – Customer Service: The biggest positive to booking a Vernon hotel directly is the better customer service you might experience; this is of course dependent on the hotel you’re booking – that they have good customer service personnel in the first place. The reason being, if you book direct through the hotel – firstly, they do not need to pay OTAs around 30% commission but importantly they have your booking information directly. This means that you can cancel or change your reservation directly with the source – the Vernon hotel. If you book through an OTA, you cannot cancel directly with the hotel but you MUST cancel through your OTA. This direct access the information by booking direct could provide you greater convenience and customer service if you need to change or cancel your Vernon hotel reservation.

Pros – Vacancy/Availability: As well, if a hotel doesn’t have vacancies with an online travel agency (due to peak period or high demand) – there is a good chance you can get a room by booking direct; this is because hotels don’t list all their vacancies through online travel agencies, and importantly booking directly with the hotel – they can view directly their current availability. (than updating it periodically through the OTAs.) Some hotels do block off certain rooms as well that can be booked directly. So, if you don’t see any rooms available through an online travel agency, it can be worth a shot calling in directly to your Vernon hotel of choice to see if they have any direct bookings available.

Cons/Depends – Price: One experience we’ve had booking hotels directly through hotels or the hotels’ reward/loyalty program is pricing. You see, if you book directly through their loyalty program – the hotels know you’re not as price-sensitive, if you’re not as price sensitive due to loyalty – you can expect to be paying a higher price because they know you’re willing to do so out of brand loyalty (rewards program). They don’t actually charge you a higher price intentionally, it is simply that you’re not able to compare the prices for all Vernon Hotels as easily (& book as conveniently) as if you were booking through an OTA.

There are exceptions; some hotel programs will provide you a price match or lowest price guarantee – however this is for their prices on OTAs and not comparing all the Vernon hotels available for you. You can almost certainly always expect to end up paying more for hotels if you subscribe to a specific loyalty/rewards program – that’s the intended goal of loyalty programs. (Unless, you’re an intentional and experienced value traveler knowing how to use the system to your best interest… then you can get great luxuries for unbelievable overall cost sometimes – but you’ll still be spending a pretty penny.)

Cons/Depends – Rewards Program: So, this depends. It depends on the hotel in Vernon you’re planning to book. If you’re booking a franchise hotel like Hilton Honours, Marriott Bonvoy, or Choice Rewards, then you have a fairly robust rewards/loyalty program to reward your stay. However, in Vernon specifically – many hotels are not necessarily part of these rewards/loyalty program; this means you’re losing extra value from your stay. For example Prestige or Sandman Hotels; these hotels in Vernon have their OWN loyalty program, but being that they are such small franchises – Prestige specifically, less so Sandman – that you won’t accumulate many nights to make the full value of the loyalty program… so it is largely useless. (Sandman loyalty program – Lucky13 – which is a primitive paper card w/ signature & stamp for your 13th night free… is still fairly reasonable. However, generally when comparing small, individual hotels – using an online travel agency gives you better flexibility and value as far as rewards/loyalty programs.)

IF you want to accrue loyalty nights from the Vernon hotels – you generally HAVE to book direct. They will not count your loyalty nights for bookings through online travel agencies (Sandman Hotels included – I tried.) These Vernon hotels pay online travel agencies around 30% commission per sale, so these online travel agencies provide you rewards – but the Vernon hotels won’t let you double dip to get rewards from them and the OTAs.

Cons – Convenience: The next biggest problem with booking direct is the convenience. Some of these hotels especially in smaller towns like Vernon, BC – will use very primitive booking systems that can be complicated. Booking direct to these Vernon hotels might require you to call in or use an unfamiliar system. You can more easily book and receive confirmation of your bookings by using an online travel agency like Trip.com – providing you consistency of your booking regardless of the city or hotel you book, including your upcoming Vernon hotel stay.

 

 

Which online travel agency has the best rate?

Online travel agencies (OTAs) are a great option to book a hotel in Vernon for a better deal; hotels provide OTAs with around 30% commission, OTAs use a part of this commission for their loyalty programs, or prices.

The Vernon hotel price you pay at an OTA is actually a function of (1) listed rate or members rate (2) loyalty program value (3) promotions. Let’s take a closer look at each of the three.

(1) Listed Rate/Members Rate: In actuality, most Online Travel Agencies will have automated programs that regularly compare rates to their competitors and update pricing accordingly.

Some OTAs like Priceline.com do so and offer a price-match guarantee. Basically, if you find a hotel price cheaper than what you paid – they’ll refund the difference. Expedia.ca offers a similar program, but also provides you a $25 voucher for future use.

Many OTAs circumvent such competition by offering “Member’s Rates” which means these are special rates only presented when you log-in to your account. They are not publicly visible AND they do not apply to price guarantees on other platforms <meaning, Priceline for example only price matches public rates – which they have a software/bot to compare automatically>. The two OTAs with the MOST member’s rates discount are (1) Trip.com – It’s a new OTA and I think they try to outcompete by having special rates that are cheaper than most OTAs on certain hotels like especially on Accent Inns Hotels <Surprisingly even cheaper than the direct rates.> as well as (2) Expedia.ca – Expedia sometimes bulk buys certain hotel rooms and they offer a cheaper rate occasionally or simply offer a better discount. On this point, Priceline.com is one that offers the lest member’s rate.

Key Point – I’d recommend taking a look at Trip.com or Expedia.ca to see if there’s a special member’s rate available. Sites like TripAdvisor, Kayak, and even Google Hotels can only compare public rates. So it still helps to log in to the OTAs with the highest probability of having a special rate available for your Vernon Hotel booking.

(2) Loyalty Program Value: Many Online Travel Agencies (OTAs) will offer a loyalty program to keep customers they’ve acquired using their platform to book hotels over their competitors much like hotel’s loyalty program.

The value offered is composed of (a) direct discount/credit through points, or (b) free points, occasionally as a function of tiered status. The benefit to OTAs loyalty program is you don’t need to stay at the same brand of hotel to accumulate free nights; you can apply your discount or free nights to ANY hotel stay! OTAs mainly facciliate their loyalty program through the commission they receive from the hotels. (They often have pricing contracts with the hotels making little leeway on prices, so one way to compete with other OTAs is with their loyalty program.)

Of the popular OTAs:

  • Hotels.com: Offers 1 free night (lowest value of all nights) for every 10 nights stay which is effectively 10% off.
  • Expedia.com: Offers Expedia Points for hotels, car rentals, flight bookings (very small amount) along with tiered levels of earning. (The more you book, when you get to Expedia Silver or Gold, you can get more points. Booking a +VIP Hotel as an Expedia Gold or Silver member also gives a flat 250 points bonus, which converts measly into $2.5). The points can be applied to any booking at about 1000 points to $10 discount. You earn 2 points per $1 spent on hotels. So, it’s an effective 2% discount with their loyalty program. Expedia Silver (7 nights) gets 10% bonus points and Expedia Gold (15 nights) gets 30% bonus points meaning about 2.2% and 2.6% discount per booking respectively at each level; still fairly measily. It can add up however.
  • Trip.com: Offers Trip Coins on hotels, flights, trains, and cars booking along with tiered levels of earning. Trip.com offers 80 Trip Coins for every $100 spent on hotels. 100 Trip Coins equals to about $1. You also get an additional 120 Trip Coins for writing a hotel review. So, without the review, you get approximately 0.8% discount per booking; with writing a quick review, you get approximately 2% discount per booking on a one night $100 hotel. Still fairly measily and lesser compared to Expedia. The redeeming factor is they occasionally have rooms much cheaper than Expedia.ca on their member’s rates. As well PointsPLUS rewards provide double rewards with certain hotels. Gold Membership level gets 10% more trip coins, while Platinum and Diamond get both 30% more points with exclusive hotel deals. This translates to 0.88% and 1.04% discount respectively; the Gold, Platnium, and Diamond hotel deals can translate to a lot more discounts however – which Expedia does not provide tiered deals, just general members’ rates and +VIP Access program for select hotels. They also have a lot of promotions to earn extra Trip Coins as a new OTA trying to establish itself. It can be slightly fun to participate. The unique thing about Trip.com is the many promotions they offer with earning coins! What’s also unique about Trip.com is the ability to change Trip Coins into Promo Codes for flight bookings.
  • Priceline.com: Has NO loyalty program.

Since these OTAs do not have partnership with these hotels beyond selling rooms and taking a commission, they rarely are able to provide property perks that you may find with hotel’s loyalty program (such as room upgrades or freebies). The exception to this is Expedia.ca which runs a +VIP program where many boutique or indepedent hotels take part. This basically provides room upgrades or hotel perks to +VIP gold and silver members which is 15 and 7 nights respectively to earn. It can be fairly useful perk to consider.

Key Point – Hotels.com provides the simplest discount of 10% per booking for their loyalty program, while Expedia.ca provides the next best discount at 2% and Trip.com at 0.8% to 2% (however, they have certain tiered membership hotel deals that are great occasionally; there doesn’t appear to be any membership deals for Vernon Hotels however – a few PLUS Points which effectively provides double points or a 1.6% discount instead). Priceline offers no loyalty program.

(3) Promotions: Online Travel Agencies offer promotions in the form of coupon codes. These are mainly used for enticing new customers.

Trip.com currently provides a 5% promo code on Hotels. (During Chinese New Year, you may find a lucky draw of around 8% or more)

Expedia doesn’t really provide any promo codes – their promo codes are mainly sent out as service recovery (so if you book a hotel and find a cheaper rate, they’ll refund your booking price difference and give you a coupon for $25 off.)

Hotels.com offers $10 off $100 with coupon code “10OFFCAD” or a $20 rebate off three nights with coupon code “REBATES20” HOWEVER if you use any Hotels.com coupon codes, you do not get to earn Hotel.com Rewards.

Priceline.com Offers 10% off coupons occasionally for returning bookings of Express Deals. These are not guaranteed and sent to your email.

Key Point – Trip.com offers special 5% discount for new customers off their first hotel bookings. Expedia provides coupon codes as service recovery (and honestly fake email marketing promotions that get very annoying!). Hotels.com provides 5-6% off but without their loyalty program. Priceline sends occasional email coupon codes for your next booking, but they’re varied.

Key Point – A combination of these factors, you get the best deal at Hotels.com (if you book 10 nights over the course of a year), or Trip.com (if you book the first booking) and Expedia.ca respectively.Β  Always check Expedia.ca or Trip.com for private member deals when booking your Vernon Hotel, that won’t appear on price comparison sites like Kayak, Trip Advisor, or Google Hotels. Expedia and Trip.com often offer cheaper prices on certain hotels especially the ones Expedia bulk buys OR for Trip.com as a competitive incentive to appear offering cheaper prices than their competitors as a newer OTA and building loyalty. (So you get 5% off your first booking and often times cheaper prices in member’s area than other OTAs. More time sthan not Trip.com has the cheapest member’s price; I’m sure they’re eating the losses to get new loyal members as they start up and compete with Expedia.ca.) This is how I would book (1) Trip.com (2) Hotels.com – because if you’re reading this I presume you don’t travel too freqeuntly and likely would not want to have to book 10 nights before getting your 1 free night. Trip.com offers the member’s price/discount immediately, along with the new user promo code, and the Trip Coins can be used for the next booking. (3) Expedia.ca – Expedia has a great loyalty program that can be used immediately on the next booking but Trip.com often offers better member discount prices to compete and also has a new user 5% promo code that Expedia doesn’t. (4) Priceline.com – doesn’t offer loyalty programs, and fewer member discounts by observation. Promo codes of 5%-10% discounts are exclusively given for next bookings, and inconsistently sent; they expire in a month which if you’re booking a Vernon Hotel presumably for a vacation/skiing/leisure means you won’t be using it again before it expires.

 

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5 Best Hotels in Vernon:

1) Best Luxury Hotel in Vernon, BC – Sparkling Hill Resort

 

2) Best Business Hotel in Vernon, BC – Sandman Hotel & Suites Vernon:

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The Sandman Hotel & Suites in Vernon, BC is a sure choice for business travelers looking for a good hotel in Vernon, BC with cleanliness, dining convenience, professionalism, and excellent service all for a good price added with (1) a complete hotel gym to keep fit while on business (2) a business centre with basic business services & amenities you expect at a Vernon hotel business centre (3) a loyalty program <with many hotels in British Columbia> and special corporate rate if you qualify.

If you’re looking for a reliable and consistent business hotel in Vernon, BC – then Sandman Hotel & Suites Vernon is a sure choice for your accommodation options in Vernon, BC.

Why Sandman Hotel & Suites:

Experience the comfort and consistency of Sandman hotels in Vernon. One thing we appreciate

(1) Clean & Modern Hotel Rooms in Vernon – This specific Sandman Hotel in Vernon, BC is one of the older hotels owned and operated by Sandman Hotels; with this said, they have carefully ensure to maintain and renovate rooms to keep-up with a standard you’d expect of 3* hotels.

(2) Good Value & Price for a Vernon Hotel –

What to know about Sandman Hotel & Suites:

 

Trip Advisor Reviews: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Hotel_Review-g154946-d182568-Reviews-Sandman_Hotel_Suites_Vernon-Vernon_Okanagan_Valley_British_Columbia.html

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3) Best Vernon Hotel for Families – Prestige Vernon Lodge:

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Not to be mistaken with the other Prestige branded hotel in Vernon (Prestige Hotel Vernon – which is also another good hotel in Vernon to stay at) …The Prestige Vernon Lodge is truly a one of a kind Vernon hotel that caters very well to families with children who will enjoy their amenities like a tropical-themed indoor pool. It even has a natural creek running through the hotel!

The Vernon hotel is also very conveniently located in downtown Vernon with plenty of dining options making family dinners an easy walk away from the wonderful Vernon hotel.

 

Trip Advisor Reviews: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Hotel_Review-g154946-d182063-Reviews-Prestige_Vernon_Lodge_and_Conference_Centre-Vernon_Okanagan_Valley_British_Columbia.html

Address: 3914 32 St, Vernon, BC V1T 5P1

 

4) Best Value/Cheap Hotel in Vernon, BC – Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites:

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites is a sure choice for travelers looking for a cheap hotel in Vernon, BC.

 

5) Best Boutique Luxury Hotel in Vernon, BC – Sparkling Hill Resort

 

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Complete Vernon, BC Hotel & Vernon Motel Guide:

Sparkling Hill Resort & Spa:

Quite possibly the most remarkable hotel in Vernon, the Sparkling Hill Resort & Spa is more than a Vernon hotel, it’s a complete wellness resort and spa. It’s a destination resort.

 

Best Western Pacific Inn:

Best Western Pacific Inn is a good hotel in Vernon with reasonable prices around $106/night, friendly service, and a complementary breakfast.

Address4790 34th St, Vernon, BC V1T 5Y9

 

Silver Star Motel:

Silver Star Motel in Vernon is located conveniently to downtown Vernon located just a few minutes south of Prestige Vernon Lodge and Vernon Tourism offices. The Vernon motel is cheap (around $60 CAD a night during February with advance booking and $100 during summer.) with an aged property but well cleaned and friendly service. It makes for good accommodation in Vernon if you’re looking for a cheap motel in Vernon because of its location, cleanliness, value, and service – although once again, it is an old no-frills motel.

Address – 3700 32 St, Vernon, BC V1T 5N6

 

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Alternative Vernon, BC Accommodations – Vernon RV Parks:

 

5 BEST Hotels in Terrace, BC – COMPLETE Terrace Hotel Guide

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If you’re looking to book a hotel in Terrace, BC – you’ve come to the right place! Read this first before booking a Terrace hotel. We’ll share with you the BEST hotels in Terrace, BC as well as need to know tips about booking hotels in Terrace, BC in this Complete Terrace hotel guide!

 

Welcome to VancityAsks.com guide to Terrace, BC hotels. We hope to help you find the right hotel for your trip to Terrace in Beautiful BC.

This guide will cater to business travelers, families, solo travelers, and luxury travelers – we’ve reserved a specific category specialty in our BEST hotels in Terrace recommendations.

 

5 BEST Hotels in Terrace, BC:

1) Sandman Inn Terrace:

Sandman Inn Terrace is one of the original hotels in Terrace, BC; that may not always be a good thing if the Terrace hotel is not sufficiently renovated or kept up to date. However, Sandman Inn Terrace has continued to modernize and maintain their hotel much like the rest of the properties in the Sandman brand.

A little known fact about Sandman hotels is all the Sandman hotels are corporate owned, ensuring consistency and brand standards more than a franchise might. It is also a BC-local (Vancouver local actually) hotel brand; most of Sandman hotels are located within British Columbia from where it was founded, although, they also have hotels across Canada and a few in US & UK (bringing with it the BC brand). All Sandman hotels are regularly renovated periodically with good upkeep; the Sandman Inn Terrace is no exception – it has been carefully renovated and maintained much like their Vancouver Airport Hotels (2019).

Why you should stay at Sandman Inn Terrace when in Terrace, BC:

What you need to know about Sandman Inn Terrace in Terrace, BC:

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Sandman Inn Terrace Trip Advisor Reviews:

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2) Holiday Inn Express & Suites Terrace:

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Terrace is one of the newest hotels in Terrace, BC.

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5) Best Western Terrace Inn

Best Western Terrace Inn is a small hotel in Terrace, BC with a good location in Terrace, BC.

 

 

Complete Terrace Hotel Guide:

In finding the best hotels in Terrace, BC – we have extensively searched and evaluated every hotel in Terrace, BC. While we only picked five out of 14 hotels in Terrace to highlight as the BEST hotels in Terrace, we thought it might still be beneficial to provide a quick summary of all hotels in Terrace for your convenience to make an informed decision when choosing a hotel in Terrace.

We’ve searched through every possible (safe & official) accommodation in Terrace, BC – here is a complete guide to Terrace Hotels.

Skeena River House Bed & Breakfast:

An excellent option for your stay in Terrace, BC except being a bed and breakfast it might not be able to accommodate as many people or be as consistent as a Terrace hotel might be which is why we’ve not mentioned it in our best 5 Terrace hotel recommendations. However, if you’re looking for a friendly, clean, and hospitable place to stay in Terrace, BC, and you don’t mind something out of the ordinary… the Skeena River House Bed & Breakfast would be an excellent option!

Average Pricing – $130/night (March 16-17, 2020)

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Tips for Booking a Hotel in Terrace, BC:

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Conclusion – Terrace, BC Hotels:

We hope this was a useful resource for anyone looking to book Terrace, BC hotels. Thanks for reading our Terrace Hotel Guide.

 

Why travel locally? (If you’re a Metro Vancouver resident.)

If you’re looking for a brief vacation from the everyday, a great option is a short-trip in Beautiful BC as a BC-ian.

Travelling locally will reduce your environmental foot print as airplanes spew tons of CO2 (and we know you’re environmentally conscious).

Many hotels in BC will also offer a special BC/Alberta residents rate during the winter periods scoring you even slightly better value on your vacation.

Further, travelling locally within BC and Canada will help fellow British Columbians and Canadians especially in small towns like Terrace, BC.

Importantly, there is so much to see and do in Beautiful BC with such pristine scenery like no other.

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