British Columbia Accommodation and lodging listings

From golf courses to wine country. From naturally heated hot springs and spas to whale watching. Skiing, snowboarding, and the thrills of mountain living. When you visit British Columbia, you get a little bit of it all.

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Major British Columbia destinations:

Vancouver Victoria Kelowna Kamloops Penticton

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Todays featured British Columbia accommodations:

Rosellen Suites at Stanley Park

Approx 3km away in Vancouver:

Savour the privacy of your own spacious, charming apartment in downtown Vancouver's fashionable West End with up to 1900 square feet.

Photograph of Rosellen Suites at Stanley Park, Vancouver
2030 Barclay Street
Vancouver, British Columbia

Wood Lake Terrace RV & Campground

Approx 4km away in Oyama:

Whether you are looking for the ideal spot to camp with your motor-home, 5th wheel, travel trailer, pop-up camper or just the best place to pitch your tent, you will find no better place than Wood Lake Terrace RV & Campground.

Photograph of Wood Lake Terrace RV & Campground, Oyama
14808 Highway 97
Oyama, British Columbia
V4V 2G8
"We had a wonderful time and enjoyed staying at this campground. Beach was close by and nice. We are coming back again"

Lakeside Villa Motel

Approx 4km away in Penticton:

Across from beach with jet ski, sailboat and paddleboat rentals on Skaha Lake, beside Kettle Valley Bike trail and Skaha Meadows Golf course. One block from Okanagan Amusement Park. Minutes to tennis courts, amusement park, channel tubing & Skaha Climbing Bluffs.

Photograph of Lakeside Villa Motel, Penticton
4201 Skaha Lake Road
Penticton, British Columbia
V2A 6J7

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

Visit Whistler - winter or summer. Just 2 hours north of Vancouver along the breathtaking Sea to Sky Highway lies Whistler. A picturesque four-season alpine resort nestled in the Coast Mountains.

With 33 lifts connecting to more than 200 marked trails, Whistler is recognized as the Number One ski resort in North America by skiers and ski publications alike. And with spring conditions on the mountain second-to-none for snow activity, this is the time to hit the slopes. Plus, late spring makes Whistler a golfer's paradise. Spend the day on one of four championship golf courses. Browse boutiques and art galleries. Indulge yourself at a spa. Dine in an Italian trattoria, Japanese sushi bar, or French bistro. Or soak in an outdoor hot tub. Whistler serves an attractive mix of cosmopolitan amenities and pristine beauty; it truly does offer an escape away from it all at the same time as allowing you to have it all.

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