Lodging on Vancouver Island
Sure you can find 5 star hotels and resorts but have you ever wanted to stay in a yurt, sleep hanging in a tree or under the stars on a deserted beach? It seems that accommodation can be found to suit everyone’s needs and desires whether you are looking for a world class resort, wilderness campground or anything in between.
Vancouver Island has once again been voted the #1 island in Canada and one of the world’s best in Conde Nast Traveler magazine’s reader poll.
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Favorite Vancouver Island Accommodations
Crystal Cove Beach Resort
Crystal Cove Beach Resort is a 5 minute drive from Tofino on Mackenzie Beach and offers visitors the option of staying in self-contained beach cabins or those in the rainforest. Suites, RV and tenting sites are also available.
The Resort is beautifully landscaped, eco-friendly and committed to providing you with the best stay you’ve ever had....<see more>
Black Rock Oceanfront Resort
This resort perches on the edge of the mighty Pacific Ocean. Thoughtfully designed with nature in mind, you’ll find everything you need and more. Enjoy the amazing views, fantastic food and a range of accommodation to suit your every need.
Whether you hike the adjacent Wild Pacific Trail, visit the Ucluelet Aquarium, or simply stand mesmerized by the many moods of the Pacific Ocean, the pace around here is certain to recharge you. <see more>
West Coast Wilderness Lodge
The Lodge's location on The Sunshine Coast is amazing and has garnered a lot of press. The natural beauty of the area, the amenities and food will make your visit a memorable one.
You may want to consider a getaway to relax during the low season, to just sit back and enjoy yourself. Those adventurous among you may want to experience a marine wildlife tour. Plan a wedding, a business meeting or just a getaway for two and let the Lodge take care of the rest. <see more>
Sidney Pier Hotel and Spa
The Victoria International Airport, BC Ferries and The Washington State Ferries are in close proximity to the Sidney Pier Hotel & Spa making it a clear choice for travelers. As you enter the lobby you’ll likely see Dave the Dog who’s the greeter and smile ambassador.
The lodging is clean, comfortable and contemporary with most suites and rooms offering views, some have balconies and all of them are beautifully decorated. Haro’s Restaurant serves creative , fresh food accompanied by an extensive wine list. The Georgia Café will make your morning coffee in a takeout container so you can stroll along the ocean promenade and The Sidney Pier. <see more>
Salt Spring Island
Hastings House on Salt Spring Island is part of the Relais & Chateaux Hotel Group. Over the years The Country House Hotel has hosted some famous folks who have appreciated the privacy and level of service. Oh, if the walls could talk!
The Manor House and the Heritage Outbuildings provide guests with different suite/cottage/cabin options to choose from. Fantastic food, a â€‹superb wine list and knowledgeable staff ensure your meal is enjoyed and your needs met. If you have the budget this place will sweep you off your feet. <see more>
Salt Spring Inn
Salt Spring Island
Salt Spring Island boasts three BC Ferry Terminals, a float plane terminal and protected marina making it accessible to all. Conveniently located in Ganges Harbour, you’ll enjoy the Inn for its comfortable, clean lodging and incredible food.
If you want to be in the “hub” of the Island, this is your place. Enjoy fresh seasonal dishes and a glass of BC wine while overlooking the active harbour.
The Inn is a short walk to beautiful shops, stores, galleries and the popular Saturday Market. <see more>
Cherry Point Place Oceanfront Suites
Cherry Point Place is a private oceanfront oasis offering self-contained 2bdrm suites tucked away in the Cowichan Valley. The views are spectacular and the location is the perfect base from which to explore this incredible region. Take a walk through the beautiful grounds with its stunning gardens, lush lawns and paths leading you toward to the beach.
The Cowichan Valley is home to some of the Islands best vineyards, including a cidery. As such, every year there are amazing events that draw thousands of visitors to the area. At the end of the day, watch the sunset with a glass of Pinot Grigio and toast yourselves for choosing this stunning location. <see more>
Living Forest Oceanside Campground and RV Park
Cue the girlfriends camping weekend. One of the gals suggested Living Forest as it had wonderful trails, beautifully maintained sites and terrific views. It was everything she said it was. With forest trails, the Nanaimo River and Estuary not to mention the Ocean, you’ll have room to spread out and explore. Located at the south end of Nanaimo overlooking the water, they are minutes from Hwy 19 and the Duke Point and Departure Bay Ferry Terminals. The owners and the staff of Living Forest welcome you to their special place and once you’ve been here, we’re sure you’ll be back. <see more>
Through the years it’s become a favorite among our camping friends because of its spectacular beach location and natural beauty.
You can walk across the bridge and within 15 minutes arrive at a general store to stock up on provisions. This is a great home base for visiting Port Renfrew, Botanical Beach and the Red Creek Fir. (Canada's largest fir tree).
This is a great option for those seeking a more natural experience. <see more>