Hotels in British Columbia
Waterfront white clapboard inn known for its food, much of which is sourced from the on-site garden.
The brand’s first North American property adopts the mountain-fringed British Columbia city’s easygoing vibe while adding a touch of Far East style and design.
The 273-room Four Seasons, 68 miles north of Vancouver, is a five-minute walk from Whistler-Blackcomb’s 200 trails, where a new Peak 2 Peak gondola carries skiers to and from both mountains.
This 129-room gem of a hotel set on trendy Robson Street doubles as an art gallery.
Ski-in, ski-out resort in the quiet upper village, with a Robert Trent Jones Jr.–designed golf course.
To reach the wilderness resort that defines the word “glamping” (or glamorous camping), guests fly in by floatplane and then travel on by horse and wagon to the camp. Twenty white, luxury tents are set in the backwoods of Clayoquot Sound UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
Louis XIV would feel right at home in this ornate, over-the-top (and surprisingly affordable) Downtown hotel, where almost all of 119 guest rooms are suites.
Just a short stroll away from Vancouver’s famed wilderness-within-the-city, Stanley Park, this mid-priced, all-suite hotel in the gay village is also within walking distance of the downtown shopping and business districts.
A 22-acre resort situated on Rathtrevor Beach (which extends north into a provincial park), Tigh-Na-Mara's name means "house by the sea" in Gaelic. The 192 rooms, suites, and cabins are all log constructions with wireless Internet; many also have fireplaces and waterfront views.