Prince Rupert Hotels

Prince Rupert hotels are places to relax when exploring the northern coast of British Columbia. In this unique community, you'll find wide-open wilderness, rich First Nations culture, and so much more to discover. Closer to Alaska than it is to Vancouver, the town of Prince Rupert has a story and history all its own. Whether your budget is suited for cheap hotels in Prince Rupert Canada or a grand resort, you're bound to find the best accommodations for your vacations.

The options for Prince Rupert lodging run the gamut from small hotels and bed and breakfasts to downtown hotels and off-the-beaten path lodges. RV travel is also popular along the northern shores of BC, so there are plenty of hook-ups and campgrounds available in and around Prince Rupert. Some of the Prince Rupert hotels have restaurants onsite, and others boast water views. As is the case with the landscape and culture, diversity is seen through the area's lodging properties.

Friendly, welcoming, and one of the cheap hotels in Prince Rupert Canada, the Totem Lodge Motel at 1335 Park Avenue offers a comfortable place to stay. Staff members are on duty throughout most of the day, eager to make suggestions about nearby activities. The ferry terminals and downtown are just minutes away, as are restaurants and the VIA Rail station. This Prince Rupert lodging provider gives its guests a lot for their money-many of the 31 rooms have a kitchenette with full-sized appliances. Arranged into smoking and nonsmoking floors, the rooms also have queen or double beds, en-suite bathrooms, and cable TV. Special off-season rates are available as long its not the summer season.

The Aleeda Motel also enjoys a location close to Prince Rupert's favorite places to visit and transportation hubs at 900 3rd Avenue West. After you've stepped off the ferry or exited the Yellowhead Highway, this Prince Rupert lodging property will give you a place to stay for the night as well as a dose of local hospitality. Like the Totem Lodge, the Aleeda offers 31 well-equipped rooms. Nonsmoking rooms are available, and pets are welcome. Coffee is served in the lobby, or you could choose to make some in your own in your room. Special rates are available for weekly and more extended stays, making this choice for cheap hotels in Prince Rupert Canada an even greater value.

Full-service Prince Rupert Hotels are another option for overnight stays. Guests of the Prince Rupert Coast Hotel (pictured) at 118 6th Street are treated to amazing views and top-notch service to match. Here, 90 percent of the well-appointed guestrooms overlook the ocean, giving panoramic views of the Metlakatla Pass and Tuck Inlet. With high-speed Internet access and in-room entrainment systems, the hotel is suited to business travelers as much as vacationers. In additional to the 93 guestrooms, this hotel offers places for dining and relaxation, including a wine and spirits store on the premises.

The Highliner Plaza & Conference Center at 815 1st Ave West has the distinction of being the tallest building in Prince Rupert. As you expect from a big, full-service hotel, the Highliner offers an array of services to make vacations even more special. Along with sweeping views of the water, you'll expect to find 94 comfortable guestrooms and a top level of service. Other amenities include airport shuttles and a hair salon, extras not typically found in local lodging properties.

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