British Columbia Accommodation and lodging listings

From golf courses to wine country. From naturally heated hot springs and spas to whale watching. Skiing, snowboarding, and the thrills of mountain living. When you visit British Columbia, you get a little bit of it all.

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Photograph of Best Western Uptown Hotel, Vancouver

Best Western Uptown Hotel

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Todays featured Vancouver hotel:

The Best Western Plus Uptown Hotel is Vancouver at its finest. Located in the charming neighbourhood of Mount Pleasant, close to new restaurants, local coffee shops and art galleries, and major attractions, The Best Western Plus Uptown is the ideal place to start your trip.

205 Kingsway
Vancouver, British Columbia
V5T 3J5
Photograph of Eagle Nook Wilderness Resort & Spa, Tofino

Eagle Nook Wilderness Resort & Spa

Todays featured Tofino hotel:

Nestled among mountains and old-growth forests, we offer spectacular kayaking excursions, paddle boarding and adventure cruises. Our remote location brings you untouched natural beauty at its finest.

Vernon Bay, Barkley Sound
Tofino, British Columbia
V0R 2Z0
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Sun & Sand RV Park

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Todays featured Okanagan Falls campground / RV park:

Open April 15 - October 15 Well established, 30 year old "Family Oriented" Park Beautiful Gentle Sloping Sandy Beach on South end of Skaha Lake Walking distance to Kettle Valley Railroad Trail, IGA, Shopping and Restaurants Surrounded by .....

"Very welcoming, friendly, clean. Close to hiking / biking trails and has private beach with dock."

5356 8th Avenue, PO Box 296
Okanagan Falls, British Columbia
V0H 1R0
Photograph of Mabel Lake Resort & Airpark, Enderby

Mabel Lake Resort & Airpark

Todays featured Enderby campground / RV park:

We are located east of the city of Enderby which is midway between Vancouver, British Columbia (310 miles) and Calgary, Alberta (310 miles). Enderby is a small city in the North Okanagan, British Columbia between Salmon Arm and Vernon.

3514 Enderby Mabel Lake Road
Enderby, British Columbia
V0E 1V5
Photograph of The Fairmont Waterfront, Vancouver

The Fairmont Waterfront

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Todays featured Vancouver hotel:

Located on the city’s dynamic harbourfront, Fairmont Waterfront is a world class luxury hotel in Vancouver, and proudly embraces a sustainable philosophy.

900 Canada Place Way
Vancouver, British Columbia
Photograph of Taylor's Sandy Beach Resort, Black Creek

Taylor's Sandy Beach Resort

Todays featured Black Creek campground / RV park:

We have a great resort, suitable for the whole family, or a quiet getaway to the ocean for two. We are centrally located on a beautiful hard packed sandy beach on the east coast of Vancouver Island, between Courtenay/Comox and Campbell River the Salmon Capital of the World.

8950 Clarkson Drive
Black Creek, British Columbia
V9J 1B2

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

Visit Whistler - winter or summer. Just 2 hours north of Vancouver along the breathtaking Sea to Sky Highway lies Whistler. A picturesque four-season alpine resort nestled in the Coast Mountains.

With 33 lifts connecting to more than 200 marked trails, Whistler is recognized as the Number One ski resort in North America by skiers and ski publications alike. And with spring conditions on the mountain second-to-none for snow activity, this is the time to hit the slopes. Plus, late spring makes Whistler a golfer's paradise. Spend the day on one of four championship golf courses. Browse boutiques and art galleries. Indulge yourself at a spa. Dine in an Italian trattoria, Japanese sushi bar, or French bistro. Or soak in an outdoor hot tub. Whistler serves an attractive mix of cosmopolitan amenities and pristine beauty; it truly does offer an escape away from it all at the same time as allowing you to have it all.

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