Nelson BC hotels enjoy a scenic setting, nestled in the Selkirk Mountains on the western arm of Kootenay Lake. This eclectic and artsy town may be small in size, but it's big on style. Many of the boutiques and galleries are within walking distance of the various accommodations in Nelson, meaning it's possible to enjoy an entire vacation without driving a mile once you've arrived. In the winter, Nelson is a hotbed of skiing and winter sports, and in all four seasons, it's a enticing and authentic setting for mountain vacations.
While you're enjoying the world of the British Columbia Rockies and all of Nelson's charm, you'll need a place to relax at the end of the day. Plenty of Nelson BC hotels provide you with options so you can find a place perfectly suited to your budget. The Northshore Inn, one of the cheap hotels in Nelson, offers great rates and a comfortable place to stay. Overlooking the lake, the inn has a large patio where you can relax and watch the views. Many of the guestrooms overlook the lake. No matter where you're staying, your room or suite will come equipped with cable TV, kitchenettes, and air conditioning. In the morning, guests can gather for breakfast without paying anything extra. Discounts and packages are available for golfers and skiers, depending on the season.
Guests of the Alpine Motel & Suites (pictured) also enjoy access to all the favorite activities in and around town. Like the other cheap hotels in Nelson, this 30-room property is packed with amenities without a big price tag. Whether they choose one of the rooms with a kitchen or a more basic model, guests of the Alpine Motel will enjoy free parking and wireless Internet access. The hosts, who hail from the Netherlands, are multilingual and well-verses in all of the things to do in and around Nelson. They're eager to provide a welcome and make suggestions for must-sees. When you choose one of the packages, you can add many of favorites to your stay, all at a great price.
The Alpine and many other of the Nelson hotels offer packages that include a visit to the hot springs. For centuries, people have been taking a dip in the naturally heated springs. Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort, just a short drive from many of the cheap hotels in Nelson, welcomes visitors for the day as well as extended stays. The outdoor amenities are truly one-of-a-kind, with a horseshoe-shaped cave, three hot springs pools, and a lounging pool. The onsite restaurant specializes in fresh, local food and wine. Overnight accommodations are available at the 43-room resort overlooking Kootenay Lake and the mountains.
Blaylock's Mansion is another distinctive option for Nelson lodging. As one of the area's bed and breakfasts, this property is tended by attentive caretakers who are eager to extend hospitality to visitors from around the world. Open in all four seasons, this transformed historic mansion provides comfortable rooms and an organic breakfast each morning. Guests can request tailored packages that build on overnight stays at this fine choice for Nelson lodging, including spa packages and golf getaways.
The Hume Hotel has been a staple in the Nelson lodging scene since it opened its doors in 1898. The former Heritage Inn has been an anchor of downtown Nelson for generations, witnessing its transition from tiny frontier town to arts haven. The 43 guestrooms offer historic charm and modern amenities and efficiencies. The Hume is also home to a gift shop and restaurant, in addition to a day spa and saloon. This full-service hotel is within walking distance of some great downtown shopping and restaurants.