Places to stay in Revelstoke, British Columbia

We currently have 53 accommodations in and around Revelstoke with other regional listings available for Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, RV parks, Motels and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:

Revelstoke, the "Gateway to Mountain Adventure and National Parks" resides between the massive Monashee and Selkirk Mountains. Mount Revelstoke National Park, northeast of the city, offers incredible outdoor adventures through breathtaking sub-alpine wildflower meadows. During the winter, spend a day shoeshoeing or cross-country skiing through the park. Local dining options include Bad Pauls Roadhouse Grill, Hong Kong Restaurant, Grizzly Sports Bar & Grill, and Great White North Bar & Grill Inc.

Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a large number of hotels in the city, though there are a large number of nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Revelstoke is located close to Mabel Range, Hadow Creek, Rykman Creek, Siegfried Creek and Bostock Creek.

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Selected and best reviewed properties in Revelstoke

The Canyon Hot Springs Resort Ltd.

Photograph of Canyon Hot Springs Resort Ltd., Revelstoke
With over 200 campsites including group, private and natural forest settings, we have something to suit your needs. Located on the Trans-Canada Highway this 200 acre resort is set in the Albert Canyon, surrounded by the majestic Canadian Rocky Mountains. The campsite is set along the Albert River .....

The Aloha Mountain Inn

Beautiful home with lofty cedar cathedral ceilings, natural wood and a massive stone chimney lend a distinctive 'chalet' ambiance. Ideal for those who prefer the comforts of home to a hotel. Four nicely furnished bedrooms (two up and two down) with comfy beds, desks, cable TV's, two full baths (one .....

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One hour east of Revelstoke is Glacier National Park, home to over 400 permanent glaciers. Visit the Rogers Pass Centre to learn about the park's ecosystem and the story of Rogers Pass. While both parks offer great surroundings for wilderness photographers, please note that visitors to the parks require a National Park Pass, which can be found throughout the city of Revelstoke and at Welcome Stations in the parks.

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  • Griffin Lake Lodge, Trans Canada Highway [#1], P.O. Box 2728