10 Best Resorts In British Columbia, Canada

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The people of British Columbia (BC) have intimate ties with the lay of the land. Water, mountains, and forests are dominant features of the landscape of Canada’s westernmost province. The cultural identity of its inhabitants blossomed in fertile valleys and coastlines. Vancouver, a major metropolis in BC, is hailed as one of the top cities in the world that fosters a high quality of life. Vancouver is a popular starting point for adventures in BC’s three reserves and four national parks. Coastlines, rainforests, lakes, and snowy slopes bring travelers to British Columbia with hopes of unbridled escapades. Discover areas of this Canadian province you haven’t explored. Read about the best resorts in British Columbia, Canada.

1. Fairmont Chateau Whistler (from USD 217)

Whistler’s Olympic Park was the 2010 Winder Olympics venue. Near the village and the local skiing mecca is Resort Fairmount Chateau Whistler. Be the envy of your friends once you book a lovely room at the base of Blackcomb Peak and minutes away from established skiing runs. Upper Village and its chalet homes are just 10 minutes away on foot, which makes Fairmount Chateau the best place for a ski-in/ski-out vacation in British Columbia. Enjoy upscale dining, entertainment, and wellness facilities, and never leave without spending time in the Eucalyptus steam rooms.


Fairmont Chateau Whistler

Address: 4599 Chateau Boulevard

Contactless check-in/check-out Daily housekeeping Sun terrace Indoor pool Cycling Swimming pool Non-smoking rooms Heating

2. Tofino Resort + Marina (from USD 142)

Tofino is along the tip of Esowista Peninsula of Vancouver Island off the British Columbia mainland. It’s a district that welcomes surfers, anglers, and campers in the summer. In the winter, the natural hot springs and stormy seas satisfy curious travelers. If adventures on the open water are on your mind, book a coveted at Tofino Resort + Marina at the heart of town. The hotel’s private marina on Clayoquot Sound has seen many fishing charter send-offs and received exhilarated tourists back from whale watching. The resort is near Pacific Rim National Park and is known for its modern lodgings, excellent seafood, and steak dinners.


Tofino Resort + Marina

Address: 634 Campbell Street

Gift shop On-site parking Packed lunches WiFi available in all areas Cashless payment available Shared stationery such as printed menus, magazines, pens, and paper removed Security alarm Guest accommodation sealed after cleaning

3. Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Spa Resort (from USD 169)

Incredibly relaxing views of the ocean from your comfortable bed—that’s what a typical day is like at Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Spa Resort. The resort is enclosed in forested lands and offers a tranquil escape from the busy mainland. This wellness center is a stone’s throw from Rathtrevor Beach, one of the two sought-after sandy beaches in Parksville. There’s enough sand on Parksville beaches to make a thousand sandcastles. This city in Vancouver Island holds an annual sandcastle building competition in the summer. Make whimsical creations in between swimming, tennis bouts, and cocktails. Let nature enfold you from all sides at Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Spa Resort.


Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Spa Resort

Address: 1155 Resort Drive

Golf course (within 3 km) Shuttle service (additional charge) Bar Breakfast takeaway containers Daily housekeeping On-site parking Luggage storage Pool/beach towels

4. Delta Hotels by Marriott Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort (from USD 137)

This resort lets you enjoy your coffee by the harbor and savor a million-dollar view. Located in Victoria on Vancouver Island, the resort is near the bustling center of BC’s capital city. Victoria’s vibrant nightlife and gourmet dining scene are minutes away. You may also choose to go to the onsite restaurant for regional dishes served on the patio by the sea. There is a water taxi stop at the hotel’s location, which is a doorway to exploring the harbor more intimately. Since your well-appointed rooms let you rest peacefully at the end of the day, find time to go around and visit the historic buildings of Victoria, “The Garden City.”


Delta Hotels by Marriott Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort

Address: 100 Harbour Road

Restaurant Private parking Dry cleaning Table tennis Pets allowed Physical distancing rules followed Indoor pool Vending machine (drinks)

5. Brentwood Bay Resort & Spa (from USD 282)

Brentwood Bay is a small village north of Victoria. Brentwood Bay Resort & Spa is proud of its world-class facilities for diving, kayaking, and eco-tours of the Saanich Peninsula. Guests also have access to the hotel’s marina. Luxury amenities include a full-service spa, hot tub for adults, and a state-of-the-art gym. You can sit contentedly watching the harbor and pastoral scenery in the hotel’s restaurant. Go for a different type of experience at the hotel’s pub. Set in a rural setting, the pastoral views soften the ultra-modern facade of the hotel.


Brentwood Bay Resort & Spa

Wifi Available

Address: 849 Verdier Avenue
Accommodates: 4

Water sport facilities (on site) Allergy-free room Spa and wellness centre Pets allowed Garden 24-hour front desk Cashless payment available Fire extinguishers

6. Poets Cove Resort & Spa (from USD 211)

The Gulf Islands on the Strait of Georgia have plenty of local attractions for artists, nature lovers, and history buffs alike. If your main agenda is cozying up in a villa after spending the day hiking and fishing, then you’re welcome to stay at Poets Cove Resort and Spa. The resort is located on Bedwell Harbor in South Pender Island, which is known for white shell beaches and lovely coves. The sub-Mediterranean climate lets you enjoy the outdoor pool and hot tub after a scenic walk along nearby trails. Take advantage of world-class spa treatments and exclusive marina access at Poets Cove Resort & Spa.


Poets Cove Resort & Spa

Address: 9801 Spalding Road

Designated smoking area Shuttle service (additional charge) On-site parking Fax/photocopying Heating Free WiFi Fishing Business centre

7. Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa (from USD 152)

Harrison Hot Springs is a lovely village of mineral springs, mountain trails, and lakeside escapades. Along the coast of Harrison Lake is the ideal accommodation for pleasure-seekers. No need to go far to soak in the area’s famed hot springs. Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa’s indoor hot pools are at your service. For high-octane ventures on the lake, head to the hotel’s marina and check out available powerboat rentals. At night, dress up a little for a few drinks at Islands Bar, and see the lake shimmering under the moonlight. Harrison Hot Springs is a spot off the beaten track east of Vancouver.


Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa

Address: 100 Esplanade

Packed lunches On-site parking 24-hour front desk Restaurant Gift shop All plates, cutlery, glasses and other tableware have been sanitized Live sport events (broadcast) Outdoor pool (all year)

8. The Westin Resort and Spa, Whistler (from USD 147)

The trail maps and ski runs of Whistler and Blackcomb will keep you occupied for hours. You can take on a handful of trails to disconnect from the world and book a fantastic room at the same time. For easy access to both the village and the mountain wilderness, stay at The Westin Resort and Spa. Keep warm in front of a fireplace in the privacy of rooms with a mountain view. Relax in the bathtub for a few minutes. The hotel’s spa and wellness center can offer other remedies for your tired muscles. Golfers need only to cross over to the Gold Course Driving Range to get back into form.


The Westin Resort & Spa, Whistler

Address: 4090 Whistler Way

Physical distancing in dining areas Ski storage Swimming pool Designated smoking area Spa and wellness centre Room service WiFi Available Facilities for disabled guests

9. Prestige Harbourfront Resort, BW Premier Collection (from USD 101)

This resort promises guests large, well-appointed rooms with wood furniture and views of lush surroundings. This hotel in Salmon Arm is surrounded by the beautiful scenery around Shuswap Lake. The city has been lauded as one of the best places to live not only in British Columbia, but also in all of Canada. When you dine at the resort’s restaurant, stay a while longer on the terrace to view the lake. The staff will provide you with bicycles if you want to see Salmon Arm’s physical beauty up close.


Prestige Harbourfront Resort; BW Premier Collection

Address: 251 Harbourfront Drive Northeast

Non-smoking rooms Sun terrace Non-smoking throughout Restaurant WiFi available in all areas Cashless payment available Contactless check-in/check-out Safety deposit box

10. Four Seasons Resort Whistler (from USD 1813)

Whistler’s Upper Village is an alpine area about 10 minutes from the main village. You can take a shuttle and look for Blackcomb Way. That’s where you’ll find Four Seasons Resort Whistler, which, as the name suggests, is open year-round. The hotel welcomes skiers in the winter and hikers in the summer. Whatever your itinerary may be, the hotel will offer a luxurious room with alpine views. Add an entry for the daily wine reception offered by Four Seasons Resort Whistler on your daily calendar.


Four Seasons Resort Whistler

Wifi Available

Address: 4591 Blackcomb Way
Accommodates: 9

Pets allowed WiFi available in all areas Hiking Cycling Shuttle service (free) Ironing service Contactless check-in/check-out Linens, towels and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines

Visit the natural beauty of British Columbia

The Pacific province is wild at heart, and there are about 40,000 islands to visit. That’s already two reasons to visit British Columbia. When you take on new adventures in this Canadian province, remember that you can rely on BC’s best resorts and hotels to keep you safe and warm.

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Deanna is a pediatric physical therapist from the Philippines who's been writing online content since 2012.

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