Prince George hotels run the gamut from charming little inns to large familiar brand properties. This city is as close to Vancouver as it is Calgary—around 475 miles from each—one to the east and the other to the west. It's come a long way from its early days as a fur-trading outpost; today Prince George is a diverse community home to a mix of cultures and activities. If you're looking for a base for exploring northern BC, staying in Prince George accommodations is a smart way to go.
Whether you step off one of the flights from Vancouver or you've arrived by highway, you'll need a place to stay when you get here. Plenty of Prince George accommodations available mean that you can find the perfect place to stay. If you're looking to stay in a cozy resort or your budgets calls for staying in one of the cheap hotels in Prince George BC, there will be a lodging provider to suit your plans and tastes.
A place to relax, the Ramada Prince George is centrally located in the heart of downtown at 444 George Street. Within a short stroll, you'll find some of the best retail shopping spots and dining in town. One of the finest Prince George hotels, the Ramada is home to 151 guestrooms and a tower with 42 upgraded business rooms and suites. Beyond your private quarters, you'll have access to an array of amenities, including an indoor pool, a sauna, and a whirlpool. The onsite pub is another popular place to relax for a meal or if you just want to grab a pint. Wireless Internet is available throughout the entire hotel, and the business center provides a place to get online if you don't have a computer with you. Valet parking is provided as a perk for all registered guests.
The Treasure Cove Casino Hotel (pictured) also offers a host of complimentary amenities for its guests and is located conveniently where Highways 16 and 97 meet. In the morning, everyone is invited to start their day with the free European-style breakfast, complete with hot, fresh waffles. The 82 guestrooms, boasting contemporary decor, were designed for comfort. You can expect to find a desk, high-speed Internet access, and a small refrigerator, perfect for storing leftovers from Treasure Cove's restaurant. Upgrades are available to even bigger rooms with more space and more amenities. The junior suites have a fireplace, plush robes, and an deluxe sofa. Stepping away from the rooms, guests will find a fitness center and a pool with a water slide. A number of vacation packages offered by this fine Prince George hotel give you even more value for your money. The gaming package includes play at one of the largest casinos in northern BC.
While some vacationers are looking for deluxe Prince George accommodations, others would be perfectly happy with a clean, comfortable room at a great rate. There are plenty of cheap hotels in Prince George that will fit the bill, including the newly renovated Prince Motel on 20th Avenue. Here, 45 guestrooms come equipped with everything you need for a good night's sleep and some coffee the next morning. After you pay the bill, there will be enough money to enjoy the things to do in an around town. The Prince has a microwave and refrigerator in each room, and several of the downtown restaurants are just minutes away if you feel like dining out without adding any hassle to your day.
The 96 guestrooms of the Bon Voyage Motor Inn at 4222 Highway 16 also provide a cost-effective and comfortable place to spend the night in northern British Columbia. As one of the newest cheap hotels in Prince George BC, the Bon Voyage offers more amenities than you might expect. As long as the rooms are available, you can choose a mattress with a level of firmness that fits your fancy. All of the units have plug-ins to keep winter vehicles going. Inside, rooms are equipped with cable TV, movie channels, and kitchenettes. Coffee service is provided in each room, while the adjacent restaurant serves warm cups of Joe and full meals. Even more restaurants, as well as great shopping, can be found close to the Bon Voyage.