Check in to one of BC’s new lodges and hotels:
Farewell Harbour Lodge will be open year-round from 2018 offering new winter packages to include storm-watching, providing a wilderness alternative to Vancouver Island’s popular Tofino. In 2017 the property debuted new renovations to 12 guest rooms where visitors can experience a range of all-inclusive packages from four to seven days that include wildlife excursions, marine tours and rainforest treks on the remote Berry Island. Visit: www.farewellharbour.com
Homfray Lodge will open for the 2018 season, bringing bear watching to the Toba Inlet. Offering two, three and four-night packages, Homfray Lodge brings guests close to nature in the heart of BC’s coastal wilderness by providing personalised bear watching excursions in a remote fjord location. Visit: www.homfraylodge.com
The Josie, a new luxury ski hotel at RED Mountain Resort will open April 2018 with reservations now being accepted through RED Mountain Lodging. Modern yet inspired by Rossland’s mining heritage, a the 106 room boutique hotel will be located at the base of the mountain with restaurant, bar, deck and spar and slope-side outdoor pool. Visit: www.thejosie.com
The long-awaited opening of Ocean House at Stads K‘uns GawGa is due to take place in May 2018. This 12 room fly-in lodge is anchored to the rugged coastline of Haida Gwaii’s Peel Inlet and will offer premium eco-retreats, all-inclusive accommodation and exclusive three, four and seven-night eco-adventure packages. Visit: www.haidahouse.com
The four-star boutique-feel Hotel Exchange is set to open in downtown Vancouver’s Exchange Tower in Summer 2018. Visit: www.exhotelvancouver.com
In late 2018, North Vancouver will welcome The Seaside Hotel, a boutique property with 71 oceanfront rooms and suites, on-site spa and lobby bar. Visit: http://seasidehotelvancouver.com
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