BritishColumbia-Hotels.com is directory and guide to motels, hotels, resorts, lodges, b&b's and campgrounds in British Columbia Canada. We have several hundred listings of accommodations throughout the province.
You may use this guide for planning your holidays and business trips, as well as finding alternative accommodations such as campgrounds, rv parks and rustic lodges. In addition discover some of the more 'unusual' places where you can spend the night in BC!
Here are the most searched destinations our site::
- Vancouver: The biggest city of BC still has its heart in wild pacific. Find the perfect place to stay near attractions such as Stanley Park, Gastown, Granville Island and more.
- Victoria: The capital of British Columbia and arguably one of the most beautiful cities in Canada. Also known as the Garden City, it has the mildest climate in the country.
- Whistler: Rated as one of the top ski resorts in North America, Whistler is actually a four season resort and lively village that awaits your visit!
- Kelowna: On the shores of gorgeous Okanagan Lake, Kelowna has much to offer the outdoorsman. If you like wine, then you'll be in heaven with regions vineyards in close proximity.
- Powell River
- Campbell River: The fourth largest city on Vancouver Island, but 1st in the range of activities include salmon fishing, skiing, hiking and wide range of outdoor activities
- Trail: Only nine kilometers from the US border, Trail offers unrivaled scenery of the West Kootenay region and is known as BC's best sports town.
Thinking about alternative places to stay? British Columbia is much more than just hotels and motels. Here a few creative ways to spend your time here:
Houseboats: Yes BC has alot of water, so why not take advantage of renting a houseboat? Perfect for fishing, water activities or the fine art of rest and relaxation!
Igloos: Spend your holiday in true Inuit style. Nothing is more Canadian than staying in an igloo, and in some cases, you can even be taught to build your own!
RV'ing: If you have the heart of a gypsy, than nothing beats motorhome travel. Pick up your motorhome close to the airport and drive all around BC.
Teepees & Yurts: Nothing brings you closer to nature than staying in an aboriginal dwelling like a teepee or yurt. Fun for the entire family, there are several places in British Columbia where you can overnight in a Yurt.
Treehouses: This is possibly the most fun of all the accommodations listed, provided you have no fear of heights.
Zoos: Specifically its the Vancouver Zoo - take your kids for a sleepover in the zoo. You need to bring your own tent and sleeping bags but the Zoo will provide such 'luxuries' as running water, electricity, barbeques and of course washrooms!