Surrey BC hotels are located in a community where green is taken seriously. Many of the local lodging providers keep the environment in mind through water-saving programs and other green initiatives. Green also is the predominant color of the landscape—this community is home to more than 600 parks and greenbelt spaces packed with things to do such as birdwatching, biking, and hiking. Surrey also is the second largest city in British Columbia, giving vacationers a number of options for fully rounded vacations, including arts venues, museums, and an exciting calendar of events. No matter what you pack into your vacations, you'll need a place to stay after the sun has set, and an array of Surrey lodging options will nicely fit the bill.
Like Abbotsford and Langley, Surrey enjoys a strategic location close to the US border with Washington State. The collection of Surrey lodging is a short drive from the border, offering easy access to border crossings, perfect for those who want to enjoy two-nation vacations. Because there is so much to do on both sides of the border, it makes sense to choose a place to stay that offers both comfort and convenience. Whether you're looking for luxury lodging or you have a budget best suited to cheap hotels in Surrey BC, you'll enjoy easy trip to both sides of the border.
Many of those who choose to stay in Surrey accommodations also make time to visit Vancouver, a quick 40-minute drive to the northwest. The main highway to Vancouver is a good place to look for Surrey British Columbia hotels. Along with easy access to the highway, the Compass Point Inn at 9850 King George Highway provides welcoming hospitality. This full-service hotel is a one-of-kind mix of modern amenities and an art gallery feature working by local artisans. The guestrooms provide plenty of places to stretch out, offering king or queen beds and in-room kitchenettes. Guests have access to an indoor heated pool and complimentary wireless Internet access. The inn is also a dining destination, as it's home to a pub, steakhouse, and a charming bistro.
The Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel (pictured) found at 15269 104th Avenue also provides full-service accommodations. One of the top-rated Surrey BC hotels, the Sheraton is home to 279 over-sized guestrooms with the comforts of home and plenty of style. All of the rooms are nonsmoking, each featuring luxury linens and views of the Fraser Valley. Vancouver's Stanley Park, and other top attractions are located within a 30-minute drive of this hotel tower. Under the roof of this Surrey lodging provider, you'll find a well-stocked fitness center on the second floor as well as a private club lounge, where guests can relax and enjoy hors d'oeuvres as they mingle.
While some people are looking for luxury, others are traveling on a budget. If your vacation plans call for saving money on accommodations, plenty of cheap hotels in Surrey BC will provide a place to stay at a great price. The family-owned, 52-unit Grouse Creek Motel, located at 9414 King George Boulevard, specializes in giving a lot of value for a low price. Just minutes from some great shopping, the ferry, and the Sky Train, Grouse Creek is particularly popular in the summer season. The rest of the year, it's more quiet. In all seasons, you'll find a well-equipped room with en-suite baths and kitchenettes.
With 24 guestrooms, the Breakaway Motel at 2160 King George Highway is another choice for cheap hotels in Surrey BC. Like the Grouse, this motel offers a lot for the price, including free Wi-Fi. This secluded little hideaway, a half hour from Vancouver and two from Whistler, the Breakaway is a popular choice for those looking for a quiet place to stay. Midweek packages offer even more value, including a coupon for the onsite restaurant.