Places to stay in Prince Rupert, British Columbia
We currently have 31 accommodations in and around Prince Rupert with other regional listings available for Motels, Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, Campsites and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Although Prince Rupert is famous as the "Fishing Capital of Canada's Northwest Coast" for its prime location on the Hecate Strait of the Pacific Ocean, one trip to this coastal city will convince all but the most avid anglers that there is much more to Prince Rupert than just fishing. Na Xbiisa Lagigyet, the museum of Northern British Columbia, with its spectacular view of the Prince Rupert Harbour, attracts visitors from all over who come to see artifacts reminiscent of an ancient way of life displayed alongside the contemporary art of local First Nations people. Wildlife and nature viewing tours are another great way to see parts of the Prince Rupert area that are not readily accessible by car. Flightseeing tours will give you the bird's eye view of the city and surrounding islands, while chartered boat tours offer spectacular opportunities to view humpback, orca, and grey whales, as well as resident seals, eagles, and porpoises. Special bear watching excursions might also take you to K'tzim-a-Diin, Canada's first grizzly bear sanctuary, established in 1984 to preserve the dwindling number of grizzlies in the park. Local dining options include Bob's On The Rocks, Panago Pizza, Opa Japanese Sushi Bar, and Breakers Pub.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a large number of hotels in the city, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Prince Rupert is located close to Lewis Island, Garden Island, Gordon Point, Eleanor Passage and Kloiya Bay.
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Prince Rupert is located on Highway 16, 724 km west of Prince George. Commercial air, bus, and train access are available, but it should be noted that the airport is on a separate island from the city. Ferry costs from the airport to Prince Rupert are not included in the price of your flight. Ferries also sail directly to Prince Rupert from Port Hardy on Vancouver Island, from Southeast Alaska, and from the Queen Charlotte Islands. Advance reservations for all transportation are recommended, especially in the summer.
Other local Prince Rupert information.
- Longitude: -130°12'54
- Latitude: 54°18'9.3599
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- Harbourview Bed & Breakfast, 1961 Graham Avenue