British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide
Hotel
Depending on visitors’ particular preferences, the hotels throughout British Columbia provide a wide range of amenities, services, and styles of rooms. Several first class suites cater to the formal and more traditional needs of business class travelers. All rooms of a hotel are considered within the structure or connect by continuous hallways accessible by stairwells and elevators. More casual resort types of hotels exist to provide basic needs, small dinets, adjoining rooms for families, and often a continental breakfast (croissants or muffins, fruit, plus coffee or tea). Be sure to ask if they offer babysitting services, have a pool, hottub or sauna, internet access within the room, plus if they have an onsite restaurant, spa service, or outdoor equipment rental facility.
 
Hotel
Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort and Spa, City of Victoria

Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort and Spa, City of Victoria

Delta** Victoria Ocean** Pointe Resort and Spa – All Newly Renovated Guestrooms

Victoria, V9A 0G1, 100 Harbour Road, nicole.mackinnon@deltahotels.com
Ph. 1-800-667-4677 or 250-360-2999

(Accommodations, Hotel | Dining, Bar, Family restaurant, Fine dining | Spa)
Sun Peaks Lodge, Silvia Erler, Sun Peaks

Sun Peaks Lodge, Silvia Erler, Sun Peaks

Sun Peaks Lodge - the place to stay for your skiing, golfing and mountain biking vacation, located in the village centre with ski in/ski out access.

Sun Peaks, V0E 5N0, 3180 Creekside Way
Ph. 1-877-754-7751 or 250-578-7878

(Accommodations, Hotel, Resort | Dining, Bar, Beer/Wine, Family restaurant)

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