The British Columbia wine country has a lot to sip in, including some amazing places to stay while sipping through the Canadian Province.
No matter your style, perfect accommodations can be found all over British Columbia. Whether you like adventure camping, a private KOA Kampgrounds cabin, AirBnB, a Midtown Business hotel, or Five-Star Luxury, you can find the perfect place to stay in BC wine country.
Luxury Stays in BC Wine Country
Staying in luxury is never a problem in this beautiful region. The Fairmont global luxury hotel brand has the best hotels in the BC wine country.
The modern Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel in Vancouver and the incredible, historic Fairmont Empress Luxury Hotel built in 1908 in Victoria, both overlook the bay from different points of view. The stately Fairmont Hotel Vancouver was once visited by British Royalty, making it the ultimate luxury stay since 1907. L’Hermitage Hotel offers a spectacular view as does the ultra modern Pan Pacific Vancouver Hotel & Spa, which is adjacent to the cruise ship and yacht docks.
Take a ferry to Victoria and stay at the Brentwood Bay Resort & Spa in the heart of wine country. Just a bit farther afield, the Villa Eyrie Resort provides a peaceful landscape just outside of the city.
When in Vancouver…
When in Vancouver consider the Granville Hotel on Granville Island near the World-Famous Granville Public Market. The Ramada Limited Downtown is a great budget business oriented hotel in the heart of the city and close to everything. The Pinnacle Harbor Front Tower has incredible views of the city and the bay.
Off the Beaten Path
Do you prefer the homey feeling you get from a secluded resort, bed & breakfast or with an AirBnB? These options are plentiful all across the southern end of British Columbia.
The gorgeous, Victorian West End Guest House is a historic registered B&B, built in 1906 near Gastown and Stanley Park. Arbutus Cove B&B Guest House, just outside the city offers private, waterfront cottages and rooms. Black Rock Oceanfront Resort & Spa offers in-room fireplaces and access to the beach below.
Camping in BC Wine Country
KOA Kampgrounds British Columbia have camping spaces right in the heart of wine country. Their private cabins are a fantastic choice for family adventure fun and you can bring along your dog!
British Columbia is great for camping and has hundreds of car and RV campgrounds and more rustic offerings too. Just a few recommendations include Alice Lake and Golden Ears Provincial Parks or for a more adventurous approach, try Garibaldi Park for a back-woods experience.
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Simone FM Spinner is a wine writer, consultant, judge, speaker, and published author. She is a certified sommelier with 13 advanced wine certifications, a bachelor’s and master’s degree in wine studies, and is pursuing her doctorate researching wine, climate change, and legacy. She is the Women of the Vine & Spirits 2020 WSET Diploma scholar.