British Columbia Accommodation
Where to stay in British Columbia
Fairmont Pacific Rim, Vancouver
Hip and happening, Fairmont Pacific Rim is the place to hang out after a day exploring the city. Hop on one of the hotel's bikes or vespas, grab a coffee to go from Giovane's cafe or marvel at the lobby exhibitions and artwork whilst enjoying some of the cities best sushi.
Wickaninnish Inn, Tofino
A boutique bolthole on the west coast of Vancouver Island, The Wickaninnish Inn is one of the finest hotels in British Columbia. The perfect blend of Pacific West Coast charm and Relais & Chateaux luxury, come rain or shine, explore Vancouver Island's rugged coastline from this gorgeous beachfront abode.
Farewell Harbour Lodge, Canada
Accessible only by boat or float plane, this family owned and run abode provides all guests with the unique opportunity to truly understand, learn about and engage with life in the remote Canadian wilderness; to disconnect with the every day and reconnect with nature.
Nimmo Bay Resort, Canada
In the shadow of Mount Stephens on the shores of Mackenzie sound, in the magnificent Great Bear Rainforest, hides Nimmo Bay Resort. A family-owned labour of love and unfailing dedication to the natural environment, this luxury lodge is only accessible by float plane or helicopter. By land, water and sky, experience true escapism, dance to the rhythm of nature and walk amongst the wildlife to whom this land belongs.
Knight Inlet Lodge, Canada
Surrounded by sedge, the spring snack of choice for hungry grizzlies coming out of hibernation and with exclusive access to one of Knight Inlets most prolific salmon spawning channels, the lodge offers unrivalled grizzly bear viewing experiences between May and October.
Nita Lake Lodge, Whistler
Come rain, snow or shine, Nita Lake Lodge offers the perfect balance of a beautiful setting away from the hustle and bustle of Whistler Village, whilst only being a stone’s throw away from the action. The suites and studios are surprisingly spacious, effortlessly cool, contemporary and comfortable, all with fabulous views of either the lake, mountains or forest which surround the property.
Fairmont Chateau Whistler, Whistler
If you’re looking for more of a luxury resort experience in Whistler, with an abundance of facilities and room types to choose from, the Fairmont Chateau Whistler delivers every time. With 519 rooms, it is a large property, however the Gold Rooms and Suites offer a boutique hotel within a hotel experience.
Fairmont Empress, Victoria
The Fairmont Empress overlooks the picturesque inner harbour where seaplanes land from Vancouver, and pretty little water taxis shuttle visitors to stops around the city including Chinatown, and the shops and restaurants of Fisherman’s Wharf. Don’t be fooled by the bling of the newly renovated lobby which dazzles with a chandelier made from 250,000 glittering crystals; the Empress may have had a face-lift but the old fashioned grandeur of the city’s most famous landmark remains.
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