Best British Columbia holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in British Columbia
Sutton Place Hotel Revelstoke Mountain ResortFeaturing an outdoor pool, this resort is located at the base of the Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The hotel features ski in/ski out suites with private balconies. The property offers ski storage, ski rentals, and a ski pass vendor on-site. Freee WiFi and parking are included in the resort fee.Book now
Days Inn by Wyndham Vancouver DowntownVancouver's waterfront is just 300 m from this city centre hotel. It features an on-site restaurant and pub, a business centre, and warm-coloured guest rooms with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV. A complimentary breakfast will be provided.Book now
Explore Canada’s wild north: Holiday homes in British Columbia
British Columbia is Canada’s westernmost province, stretching from the US border to Yukon in the far north. In between, the province covers some 7,000 kilometers of Pacific coast, and from a vacation home in British Columbia, you can explore the rugged rocky coastlines, island and fjord landscapes of this vast area in your own unique way. Your apartment in British Columbia is located in a virtually deserted province with just five inhabitants per square kilometre, almost all of whom live in the southern parts of the country. All the more spectacular appear the deserted mountain ranges, which provide in the background of the coast for an incomparable panorama. Book now a holiday apartment in Canada and experience once completely directly, how it lives here in the extreme north. With accommodation from 9flats.com, you live like a Canadian.
From the Origins of Canada to the Metropolis of the West Coast: Accommodation in British Columbia
British Columbia was originally home to Canadian natives, and to this day around 200 tribes live throughout the province, some of which differ considerably in both culture and language. However, the majority of the population is now of European descent and lives in the southern conurbations. If you book a holiday home in British Columbia in the Vancouver metropolitan area, you can get to know the Canadian way of life in the populous Lower Mainland and visit the largest city in British Columbia. Vancouver is one of Canada’s most important cities, and its attractive location between the sea and the mountain ranges of the coastal plain is also worth a detour from an accommodation in Seattle. Use your private vacation home in British Columbia to experience the international flair of Vancouver at Canada Place, a futuristic dock in the harbor from which you can admire Vancouver’s skyline as well as the docking cruise ships. Visit the viewing platform in the Harbour Center Tower, enjoy a stroll through the historic Gastown district with its restaurants, cafes and shops or cross the Capilano River on a 137-metre suspension bridge. Vancouver’s nightlife is also legendary; you’ll find the city’s hottest nightclubs in the business district around Granville Street.
From your British Columbia apartment to the Rocky Mountains
One of British Columbia’s greatest attractions is the Rocky Mountains, which run parallel along the coast from the northwest of the USA. If you book a holiday home in British Columbia within easy reach of the mighty mountain range, you can not only spend your holiday in a true outdoor paradise with excellent skiing, hiking and climbing opportunities, but also visit the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, east of the Rockies. Despite the size of the province, your accommodation in British Columbia is also within easy reach to visit your southern neighbour. An apartment in Surrey and the Southern Metropolitan Region is just a two hour drive from Seattle, Washington State. To continue your journey to a Toronto Holiday Home, you can use several daily flights from Vancouver International Airport with approximately 4.5 hours flight time. Or you can visit one of the neighbouring provinces of British Columbia. In this case we can recommend our Apartments in Alberta.
Latest reviews for places in British Columbia
Simon was a great communicator, and we knew exactly what the process would be for check-in and check-out, etc. The location was amazing and central to everything. Great view! However, there were some issues with cleanliness and amenities. The living room had a great view, but the bedroom and bathroom were unremarkable and outdated. Overall, not a great bang for your buck.Angel reviewed Retreat Home in Whistler, BC in Alta Lake
Very good connected to bus station and Canada line as well. Kitchen has all items we need and pretty comfortable furniture. Nice garden and quiet neighborhood.Patrick reviewed Spacious and private, near funky Main St in Riley Park-Kensington
We didn't live on Howe Street. Alicia changed us to Seymour Street 1199 (Brava Towers). The appartment was great, but some of the amenities was closed during our stay. The contact to Alicia was really easy. We get answers to all questions. Mainly during sometimes hours.Gabriele reviewed Delta Suite: COMFYSUITES Downtown in Yaletown
The Room was very comfortable and clean. We Could use the whole flat, also the Terrace and the roof. It is a nice Place to stay! I would like to come again.Daniela reviewed Master bedroom with shared bathroom in Lower Lonsdale