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Squamish British Columbia Accommodations

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Squamish, British Columbia, is nestled among the coastal mountains of western Canada. When the Pacific Great Eastern Railway expanded in the 1910s, the town of Squamish was established at the north end of Howe Sound and named for the indigenous tribe that resided in the area. Today, Squamish is found along the Sea to Sky corridor, Highway 99. This corridor is one of North America's most scenic coastal routes. It offers spectacular views of snow-capped mountains, glacial lakes, old-growth forests, and turquoise fjords. Squamish is within an hour's drive of Vancouver to the south and Whistler to the north. More from this guide...

Squamish Hotels & Accommodations

Mountain Retreat Hotel
38922 Progress Way, Vancouver, BC V8B 0K5 ~0.36 miles west of Squamish
  • Midscale hotel
  • Check-in time: 15:00
Mountain Retreat Hotel
38922 Progress Way, Squamish, BC V8B0K5
  • Mid-scale Mountain hotel
  • 3 suites in property
Sandman Hotel & Suites in Squamish
39400 Discovery Way, Squamish, BC V8B0R5
  • 3-star Mountain hotel
  • Free breakfast
  • Most guests thought the minibar was ok
  • Modern Hotel
Chieftain Hotel : 38005 Cleveland Ave.
38005 Cleveland Ave., Squamish, BC V0N1T0
  • Economy Resort hotel
  • Hotel has 26 rooms
  • Terrible amenities
  • Hotel buildings could use some improvement
The Howe Sound Inn in Vancouver
37801 Cleveland Ave., Vancouver, BC V8B 0A7 ~1.62 miles southwest of Squamish
  • Three Star hotel
  • 20 rooms in property
Sea To Sky Hotel Banquet & Conference Center : 40330 Tantalus Way
40330 Tantalus Way, Squamish, BC V0N1T0
  • 3-star Mountain hotel
  • 3 meeting rooms in property
  • Most guests didn't like the unstylish hotel
  • Close to the sea
Executive Suites Hotel & Resort
40900 Tantalus Rd., Squamish, BC V8B0R3
  • Three Star Mountain property
  • 4 meeting rooms in hotel
  • Fantastic service
  • Great service
Bowen Island Lodge
380 Cardena Rd., Bowen Island, BC V8V1W3 ~24.69 miles southwest of Squamish
  • Three Star Oceanfront property
  • Hotel has 2 meeting rooms
The George Dawson Inn - North Vancouver
695 East 29th St., North Vancouver, BC V7K3B8 ~26.61 miles south of Squamish
  • Mid-scale Highway property
  • Check in: 2 pm
North Vancouver Hotel - North Vancouver
1800 Capilanon Rd., North Vancouver, BC V7P3B6 ~27.00 miles south of Squamish
  • 2-star Mountain hotel
  • Fitness + Health Center
  • Good kitchenette
  • Tasty breakfast
Nita Lake Lodge
2131 Lake Placid Rd., Whistler, BC V0N1B2 ~27.02 miles north of Squamish
  • High end Lake property
  • 5 meeting rooms in hotel
  • The price was too high for 75%
  • This hidden gem was a breathtaking landscape
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Lodging Ovation : 2036 London Lane
2036 London Lane, Whistler, BC V0N1B2 ~27.03 miles north of Squamish
  • Midscale Mountain property
  • 121 suites in hotel
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Comfort Inn & Suites - North Vancouver
1748 Capilano Rd., North Vancouver, BC V7P3B4 ~27.05 miles south of Squamish
  • Low Cost Mountain property
  • 2 floors in hotel
  • About half of guests said rooms were clean enough
  • Close to malls & downtown
SureStay Hotel by Best Western North Vancouver Capilano
1634 Capilano Rd., North Vancouver, BC V7P 3B4 ~27.07 miles south of Squamish
  • Mid-scale Suburban property
  • 2 floors in property
Travelodge by Wyndham North Vancouver Lions Gate
2060 Marine Dr., North Vancouver, BC V7P1V7 ~27.08 miles south of Squamish
  • Economical Suburban property
  • Check-in: 4:00 PM
  • No brekfast
  • Front desk staff were very friendly and helpful
Gibsons Garden Hotel : 963 Gibsons Way
963 Gibsons Way, Gibsons, BC V0N1V8 ~27.46 miles southwest of Squamish
  • Affordable Highway property
  • 2 suites in hotel
Lonsdale Quay Hotel
123, North Vancouver, BC V7M3K7 ~27.84 miles south of Squamish
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 70 rooms
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Seaside Hotel Vancouver
130 125 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver, BC V7L0B2 ~28.21 miles south of Squamish
  • Affordable property
  • Check-in time: 16:00
Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier - North Vancouver
138 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver, BC V7L0B1 ~28.28 miles south of Squamish
  • Four star Oceanfront property
  • Fitness + Health Center
  • Most guests said the bathroom was clean
  • Nice balcony
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Holiday Inn & Suites North Vancouver
700 Old Lillooet Rd., North Vancouver, BC V7J2H5 ~28.32 miles south of Squamish
  • Midscale Mountain hotel
  • Fitness + Health Center
  • Housekeeping staff was very friendly
  • Good restaurants & bars in the area
Tantalus Resort Lodge
4200 Whistler Way, Whistler, BC V0N1B0 ~28.45 miles north of Squamish
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • Disappointing food
  • Most guests thought the facilities needed updating
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Elliison House - North Vancouver
542 East 1st St., North Vancouver, BC V7L1B9 ~28.51 miles south of Squamish
  • 2 star hotel
The Westin Resort & Spa Whistler - Whistler
4090 Whistler Way, Whistler, BC V0N1B4 ~28.55 miles north of Squamish
  • 4 star Mountain hotel
  • Hotel has 14 meeting rooms
  • Terrific location
  • No free Wifi
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Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa
4050 Whistler Way, Whistler, BC V0N1B4 ~28.58 miles north of Squamish
  • 4 star Resort property
  • Check in: 4:00 PM
  • Great shopping
  • Friendly atmosphere
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The Listel Hotel Whistler
4121 Village Green, Whistler, BC V0N1B4 ~28.65 miles north of Squamish
  • 3-star Resort hotel
  • 3 floors in hotel
  • Regular internet service
  • Food could be better
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
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Squamish is a Pacific Coast mountain town featuring craft breweries, farm-to-table restaurants, arts, festivals, and more. Internationally recognized as a top destination for windsurfing, rock climbing, hiking, and mountain biking, Squamish can be reached via car, shuttle, plane, or ferry. Local public transit operates buses throughout five neighborhoods of Squamish; Brackendale, Valleycliffe, Downtown Squamish, North Yards, and Garibaldi Highlands.

What Time of Year Should I Visit Squamish, British Columbia?

Although located in the Great White North, Squamish enjoys mild temperatures year-round. Its summer averages peak around 73 degrees in August, and its winter lows average 32 degrees December through February.

Thanks to its temperate rainforest climate, Squamish sees its fair share of precipitation each year. The winter months of November to February are the wettest, with an average rainfall of 8.54 inches. The sky clears up in the summer months between July and September, with August being the driest month of the year.

If, like many of the area's visitors, you are looking to enjoy mountain climbing, August is the absolute best time for you. If you want to hike the nearby trails, the summer months are great, but you run the risk of larger crowds. Alternatively, the fall months are perfect for hiking and are less busy, thanks to the cool weather. Lastly, if you are looking to enjoy world-class skiing in nearby Whistler, the winter months are for you. If it's raining in Squamish, that means it's snowing on the hills!

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Squamish, BC:

seasonality of hotel rates in Squamish

Squamish, BC: Prices by Star Rating Class

Below are 3 charts illustrating avg. price trends by star rating class in Squamish, BC. Browse these line graphs to calculate the best months to book a room in Squamish for your upcoming travels.

Are There Luxury Hotel Options in Squamish, British Columbia?

There are no luxury hotel or accommodation options in or around Squamish, British Columbia. The town is a popular destination for mountain climbers, hikers, and those looking to pay less for their hotel stay than in nearby Whistler. As such, the accommodation options are mainly two- and three-star.

On the other hand, if you are looking to explore all the amazing things to see and do in and around Squamish but want to experience a luxury stay, Whistler's Creekside Village is only 34 miles away. There, you will find the incredible Nita Lake Lodge.

This high-end boutique hotel offers rooms with vaulted ceilings and huge windows for taking in the views of the mountain and Nita Lake. The large and beautifully decorated rooms feature basalt fireplaces and California King beds for a cozy and comfortable stay. There are three unique dining options on-site as well as the Whistler Mountaineer Spa, one of the highest-rated in the area.

Are There Affordable Hotel Options in Squamish, British Columbia?

If you are looking for budget hotels in Squamish, you have many options.

The Sandman Hotel & Suites Squamish is not only one of the highest-rated accommodation options in town, but it's also one of the most affordable. Along with its family-friendly highlights like its indoor pool and free breakfast, rates are consistently on the low end for the area.

Those looking to stretch their travel dollars further to enjoy another day on the slopes should head to the Crash Hotel Squamish. This no-frills budget hotel offers small private rooms featuring king and queen beds as well as rooms with bunk beds. The multi-bed rooms are great for families or groups of friends looking to split the cost of their stay.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Squamish

2 Star Average Prices: $144.00

Which Hotels Offer the Best Value in Squamish, British Columbia?

If you are looking to save on your stay using your AAA, CAA, AARP, or senior discount in Squamish, British Columbia, you have a couple of hotels to choose from.

The Mountain Retreat Hotel extends extra savings to AAA members as well as to seniors and military and government employees. This mid-range hotel is basic but close to both downtown Squamish and the Sea to Sky Highway. Rooms are spacious, and some offer views of the Stawamus Chief, the area's iconic granite dome.

Another option for those looking for deeper discounts on their stay is the Sea to Sky Hotel & Conference Centre. This 2.5-star hotel may not be the most modern accommodation option in town, but the price is right if you are looking for value. The rooms rate well for their cleanliness, comfort, and balconies with great views. On top of the Sea to Sky Hotel & Conference Centre being one of the most affordable options in town, this hotel offers discounts to visiting seniors, employees of the government, and AAA members.

What Are the Best Hotels in Squamish, British Columbia?

With several accommodation options available in town and along the Sea to Sky Highway, you may find yourself asking, “What are the top hotels in Squamish, BC?” Let's look at the highest-rated ones and see what makes them stand out.

The Executive Suites Hotel & Resort garners praise for its friendly and accommodating staff, spacious rooms, and facilities. All rooms are suites featuring small kitchenettes, making this property perfect for long-term stays or for those looking to save on meals and cook in their room. There is a modern and well-equipped gym on-site as well as an amazing outdoor pool and hot tub.

Speaking of the outdoors, the Executive Suites Hotel & Resort is quietly tucked away just off of the Sea to Sky Highway. This makes it incredibly accessible yet secluded. The property is next to a small lake and has great walking paths at its front door.

Another top-rated accommodation option in Squamish, British Colombia, is the Sandman Hotel & Suites. Guests love the hotel's location just off of the Sea to Sky Highway, its helpful staff, and recent renovations. Families rate the hotel high thanks to the complimentary kid-friendly breakfast, free parking, and an indoor pool with a tall and twisty waterslide. There is free wireless internet throughout the property, and the rooms are modern and spacious.

What Is There to Do in Squamish, British Columbia if You're Not an Adrenaline Junkie?

The city slogan is “hardwired for adventure,” which is absolutely accurate. Squamish, British Columbia, is an outdoor adventurer's playground. There are so many incredible and extreme outdoor activities at its doorstep, including over 125 miles of hiking, mountain biking, and trekking trails to explore. Its fjord-like location at the end of Howe Sound makes it perfect for intense windsurfing and kiteboarding. There is even an oversized jungle gym to tackle.

The massive rock face known as the Stawamus Chief is a 702-meter granite slab that attracts mountain climbers from all over the world. So yes, Squamish is perfect for adrenaline junkies. But, there's still plenty to see and do if you love to take nature in at a more leisurely pace.

Squamish, British Columbia, is one of the best places in the world to spot a Bald Eagle. In 1994, Squamish held the title for most Bald Eagles counted at 3,769! If you want to experience these amazing birds of prey up close for yourself, head to Squamish from November to January and head to the banks of the Squamish and Mamquam rivers to see them feeding. If you want to take your eagle viewing experience to the next level, there are several rafting, biking, and horseback tours available!

Squamish, British Columbia, is an incredibly popular spot for fly-fishing. With salmon runs in the thousands, eager anglers line the riverbanks for some of the most accessible fishing spots in the province. Chum, Coho, and Pink salmon spawn between August and November.

If you want to experience the incredible views that hikers and mountain climbers get from climbing the Stawamus Chief without breaking a sweat, Squamish has you covered. The Sea to Sky Gondola is a must-do when visiting the area. On top of the amazing ride and views, there are plenty of activities to take part in once you're at the top. Stroll the suspension bridge before enjoying a pint of local Howe Sound beer from the patio high above the Sea to Sky Highway.

Whether you're into climbing rocks or watching birds, Squamish, British Columbia, has something to offer the nature lover in you at any time of the year. Where you land on the adrenaline spectrum will determine the best season to visit this amazing Canadian town, but you're sure to find a place to stay that will make your trip a memorable one.

FAQs about hotels in Squamish

What are the top reviewed hotels in Squamish?

Executive Suites Hotel & Resort, Nita Lake Lodge and Lodging Ovation are the best rated hotels based on customer reviews in the last 365 days.

What are the 4-5 star hotels in Squamish?

Four Seasons Resort Whistler, Nita Lake Lodge and Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier are the top 3 luxury hotels near Squamish city center.

What hotels are closest to the city center of Squamish?

Mountain Retreat Hotel, Mountain Retreat Hotel, and Sandman Hotel & Suites are the properties closest to Squamish city center.

What are the most popular independent hotels in Squamish?

Executive Suites Hotel & Resort, Nita Lake Lodge and Lodging Ovation are the best rated independent hotels (not part of a big brand).

What did travelers think of the city of Squamish?

Below are reviews of the city of Squamish, BC from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Lots To Do"
Score 5.0 / 5

Beautiful mountains and good hiking.

Heather J., from 16-Jul-2019
The average traveler rating of the city of Squamish, BC shown above is 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
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