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Revelstoke British Columbia Accommodations

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Revelstoke Hotels, Motels & Accommodations

Revesltoke Lodge - Revelstoke 601 1st St. West, Revelstoke, BC V0E2S0
  • Low priced Downtown hotel
  • 42 rooms in property
  • Spacious rooms and great dining out in the area
  • City centre within easy reach, said 100%
Regent Hotel - Revelstoke 112 East 1st St., Revelstoke, BC V0E2S0
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has an eco-friendly policy See policy
  • Affordable food
  • Free upgraded room
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Powder Springs Inn 200 3rd St., Revelstoke, BC V0E2S0
  • 2 star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 3 suites
  • Room needs to be redecorated
  • About half of guests said rooms were dirty
Days Inn & Suites Revelstoke - Revelstoke 301 Wright St., Revelstoke, BC V0E2S0
  • Economical hotel
  • 56 rooms in property
Sandman Hotel Revelstoke 1901 Laforme Blvd., Revelstoke, BC V0E2S0
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • 83 rooms in hotel
  • Good accessibility by car
  • Air conditioning was criticized by 90%
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Best Western Plus Revelstoke 1925 Laforme Blvd., Revelstoke, BC V0E2S0
  • Three Star hotel
  • Gym is available on property
  • Most guests liked the proximity to shopping
  • Great room
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Mulvehill Creek Wilderness Inn & Wedding Chapel 4200 Highway 23 South, Revelstoke, BC V0E2S0
  • 4-star Lake hotel
  • Shuttle to airport available
Coast Hillcrest Hotel 2100 Oak Dr., Revelstoke, BC V0E2S0
  • Three Star Downtown property
  • 5 suites in hotel
  • Delicious food
  • Fantastic service
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Guesthouse Mountain Escape 1640 Galt Crescent, Revelstoke, BC V0E2S1
  • Affordable property
Sutton Place Revelstoke Mountain Resort in Revelstoke 2950 Camozzi Rd., Revelstoke, BC V0E2S0
  • High-end hotel
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Three Valley Lake Chateau 8903 Trans Canada Highway, Revelstoke, BC V0E2S0
  • Three Star Lake property
  • 6 suites in hotel
Best Western Sicamous Inn in Sicamous 806 Trans Canada Highway East, Sicamous, BC V0E2V0 ~35.48 miles west of Revelstoke
  • Midscale Highway property
  • 2 floors in property
Super 8 Sicamous : 1120 Riverside Ave. 1120 Riverside Ave., Sicamous, BC V0E2V0 ~36.46 miles west of Revelstoke
  • Economy property
  • Check-in time: 11:00 AM
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Revelstoke was uninhabited until the Canadian Pacific Railway built tracks through the area. It was called Second Crossing to differentiate it from Donald, the first place the Canadian Pacific Railway traveled over the Columbia River. The town then became Farwell, named after a local surveyor. However, the Canadian Pacific Railway eventually settled on Revelstoke, after Lord Revelstoke, the head of a British investment bank who helped the railway avoid bankruptcy.

The new Trans-Canada Highway connected Revelstoke to Calgary and Vancouver in 1962, boosting visitation numbers. Tourism is still the most important industry for the local economy, so expect the people of Revelstoke to welcome you with open arms.

While Revelstoke offers all the great accommodations, restaurants, retail opportunities, and other attractions visitors could want, its best features are found outdoors. With beautiful trails, ski slopes, and stunning scenery everywhere you turn, Revelstoke is the ideal place to recharge your batteries.

When to Visit Revelstoke, BC

The best time to visit Revelstoke depends on your motivations. Ski enthusiasts love winter getaways, when Revelstoke Mountain is covered in thick snow. Other snow seekers will have the same idea, so book your accommodations early and expect to pay more than you would during other times of the year.

If you don't love winter sports, leave December, January, and February to visitors that do and enjoy warmer weather during the summer. July and August have the best weather, with temperatures ranging from 40 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit and little rain to spoil the party. June is also pleasant, although the mornings and nights can be chilly. Similar to the winter months, summer witnesses a visitation increase, so expect to pay more for your accommodations and airfares.

Fall and spring have the most favorable rates. Winter's chill tends to linger, however, so book your travel closer to summer if you're bothered by the cold. Revelstoke gets most of its rain during October, with an average of 1.8 inches falling during this month each year.

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

seasonality of hotel rates in Revelstoke

Averate Rates by Star Rating

Below are 3 charts displaying average nightly cost trends by star rating class in Revelstoke, BC. Analyze these charts to evaluate the most cost effective seasons to stay in Revelstoke during the year.

Luxury Hotel Options in Revelstoke, BC

As with many popular skiing destinations, Revelstoke caters well to travelers who enjoy the finest things in life. Indulge yourself at the following high-end Revelstoke hotels.

From the moment you drive into Sutton Place Hotel Revelstoke Mountain Resort's underground heated parking lot, you'll know this resort goes the extra mile. It has three separate buildings, connected by a central lobby, with more than 200 spacious condos featuring luxury furnishings and stunning views of the Columbia River and Monashee and Selkirk Mountains. At the end of a long day on the slopes, choose from four on-site dining experiences. The resort also has an indoor pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a full-service day spa.

Whether you're tying the knot or simply want a special place to stay, Mulvehill Creek Wilderness Inn and Wedding Chapel has you covered. This upscale inn, nestled between the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains, is an intimate choice, with only eight guest rooms, including a beautiful honeymoon suite. While the Sutton Place Hotel Revelstoke Mountain Resort offers indoor activities, the outdoors is your playground here. Its outdoor saltwater pool has therapeutic properties. Grab a canoe and paddle down the Upper Arrow Lake or drop a line and try to catch dinner. The property also has hiking trails and climbable rock faces.

Affordable Hotel Options in Revelstoke, BC

The following low-priced Revelstoke hotels let you save more money for your ski lift passes and other travel expenses — ideal for visitors on a budget.

Revelstoke Lodge has charming rooms with wooden furniture, flat-screen LED TVs, microwave ovens, refrigerators, and tea- and coffee-making facilities for your caffeine cravings. The Wi-Fi is fast and free throughout the property. While you won't find an on-site pool, guests receive a free pass to Revelstoke Aquatic Centre, which has pools, a hot tub, a sauna, a wild water slide, and a lazy river.

Powder Springs Inn guests also receive passes to the Revelstoke Aquatic Centre, which is an easy two-minute walk from the hotel. The inn is a pet-friendly space, unlike Revelstoke Lodge, with suites as well as standard guest rooms. The rooms have a vintage feel, with wingback chairs and wooden dressers, although cable TV and wireless internet add modern flair. The inn's Last Drop Pub serves craft beers and classic pub fare. Relax by the fireplace or enjoy entertainment from live bands and DJs during most nights of the week.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Revelstoke

Where are the real discounts in Revelstoke

Certain travelers enjoy substantial savings at some of Revelstoke's most well-known hotels. Make sure you bring identification to take advantage of discounts at the following accommodation providers.

As a Canadian hotel, it's surprising that Days Inn & Suites by Wyndham Revelstoke discounts rates for AAA members, but not CAA members. As part of the American Wyndham group, this hotel also reduces the price for seniors and AARP members, U.S. federal and state government employees, and large traveling groups. These discounts help make the Days Inn's already low rates more affordable. Its rooms are modest but modern, and the hotel has its own hot tub, fitness facility, and free parking for large and small vehicles. The free newspaper and continental Daybreak breakfast help you start your mornings right.

Best Western Plus Revelstoke is a more upmarket choice with a wider range of facilities. Its discounts are still generous if you're a AAA or CAA member, senior citizen or AARP cardholder, or a government or military employee. The Best Western also discounts last-minute bookings when vacancies arise. Its 87 guest rooms are sophisticated and soothing, with a muted color palette and quality furnishings. Each room has free wireless internet and large flat-screens with Optik TV and movies on demand, although don't be surprised if you spend more time gazing at those mountain views instead.

Best Value Options in Revelstoke, BC

Past guests speak in glowing terms about the following Revelstoke accommodation providers that go the extra mile to make sure their guests enjoy great value.

Guesthouse Mountain Escape lets you get away from the crowds and stresses of modern life. It's in a quiet suburban area, although you can be skiing the slopes or shopping downtown within minutes. All the rooms have private entrances and backyards, so you can imagine you're the only guests. Private hot tubs and fire pits also add a little indulgence. Animal lovers will appreciate the Guesthouse Mountain Escape's pet-friendly policy. The owners will dog-sit for you while you're enjoying the sights.

While the Guesthouse Mountain Escape is all about simplicity, The Hillcrest Hotel offers full-featured accommodations. It's one of Revelstoke's most affordable resorts, although it doesn't skimp on quality. Its recently renovated rooms are striking, with polished wooden floors, premium bedding, and balconies for appreciating the mountain views. You could splurge on a Jacuzzi room, although you'll find a guest Jacuzzi outdoors. Enjoy hearty meals at the Mountain Guides Lounge or more refined fare at the Begbie Dining Room. The resort also has an on-site gym, a fitness center, and a pool table, fireplace, and comfortable chairs in the inviting lobby.

Essential Outdoor Experiences in Revelstoke, BC

Revelstoke is the ideal travel destination for active visitors with a sense of adventure. Make the most of your stay enjoying the great outdoors.

Revelstoke Mountain Resort is one of the city's most popular places during winter, attracting travelers from all around the world. Its facilities cater to skiiers and snowboarders of all ages and abilities. Its 5,620-foot vertical elevation is the greatest in North America, so it's ideal for adrenaline junkies. For a real thrill, try heli skiing. Revelstoke is considered the world's heli skiing capital; the resort is one of several places you can try this challenging winter activity. The resort also has a beginners' area near the mountain's base and Turtle Creek Tube Park for kids.

Fat biking is an emerging sport, but great fun for visitors wanting a new winter challenge. When the snow melts, you can still have fun on two wheels. Revelstoke's dirt bike tracks are some of Canada's best. Mount Macpherson also has wonderful mountain bike trails.

Revelstoke's scenery is world class. While you can enjoy it from a hotel balcony or restaurant patio, the best views are reserved for tandem paragliders. Flights leave from the top of Mount Mackenzie. Standing more than 7,200 feet tall, it's North America's highest vertical flight.

Rock climbing isn't an indoor sport in Revelstoke. In this British Columbia city, rock climbers scale real rock faces. Grab the Revelstoke Rocks guidebook from Valhalla Pure to learn about local climbing opportunities. Quicksilver Daydreams and Two Hands suit beginners, while Pirates of Waterworld and No Panic in the Titanic will challenge seasoned climbers.

Revelstoke offers unmatched beauty and thrills for travelers who love the great outdoors. Discover all this British Columbia city offers on your next Canadian getaway.

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