The Best Hotels to Book in Revelstoke, Canada, for Every Traveler

The mountain-view apartments at Basecamp Resorts Revelstoke are a perfect mix of luxe and rustic
The mountain-view apartments at Basecamp Resorts Revelstoke are a perfect mix of luxe and rustic | Courtesy of Basecamp Resorts Revelstoke / Expedia
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Revelstoke, in southeast British Colombia, is a ski and snowboard paradise with mountain chalets, châteaux, motels and resorts. A flurry of Norwegian settlers introduced the craze of ski jumping to Revelstoke in the late 19th century, which put it firmly on the winter sports map – a place it still holds. However, if you don’t get a rush from that, there are many non-ski activities, too, such as dog-sledding, natural hot springs and a fairytale enchanted forest for kids. Whatever your reason for visiting, you’ll need a place to stay. Here’s our pick of the best hotels in Revelstoke – bookable with Culture Trip.

1. Coast Hillcrest Hotel, for a chalet-style stay

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Exterior of chalet-style Coast Hillcrest Hotel in Revelstoke set in a snowy landscape with mountains in the background
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Relax in an outdoor hot tub overlooking the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains when you book a stay at the Coast Hillcrest Hotel. This chalet-style place to stay in Revelstoke houses a day spa, fitness center, highly rated restaurant with a mountain-view terrace and balconied guest rooms. Pets are welcome, and there’s a free, frequent express shuttle bus to the slopes.

2. The Sutton Place Hotel Revelstoke Mountain Resort, for a ski-in suite

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Indoor-outdoor jacuzzi area with panoramic forest and mountain views at the Sutton Place Hotel Revelstoke Mountain Resort
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With 200 self-catering condominium units, this hotel suits those seeking somewhere with a large resort feel. Get an up-close view of the action with a slope-side suite, and ski directly in and out of the building (it’s the only hotel in town to offer this amenity). There are three on-site eateries and a heated underground parking lot with valet service. Kids’ programs and an outdoor pool keep boredom at bay for the little ones.

3. Glacier House Resort, for cozy couples

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Cozy log cabin with wood furnishings, corner stove and sliding doors to large deck at Glacier House Resort in Revelstoke
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Reignite romance with a break in this cozy log cabin near Revelstoke, which occupies a more remote location – 6mi (10km) from the main resort. However, if you’re coming with the family, larger accommodations with cooking facilities are also available. The public areas house an indoor pool, a hot tub and a sauna, while outside, there’s a playground and various garden games, such as croquet and lawn bowling. Explore the area on a snowmobile, dirt bike or ATV, or on foot (remember to take a packed lunch from the hotel).

4. Swiss Chalet Motel, for saving dollars

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Rooftop seating area with tan lounge chairs and dining table with red chairs at Swiss Chalet Motel in Revelstoke
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The Swiss Chalet is a simple and affordable motel in Revelstoke. It has just 22 rooms, equipped with pillowy mattresses, Keurig coffeemakers and HDTVs. You can take advantage of the free shuttle to the slopes during the winter months, and a convenient, healthy grab-and-go breakfast is available. There’s no restaurant or bar on-site, but plenty of amenities are accessible on foot from its West Victoria Road address.

5. Regent Hotel, for historic, family-owned accommodation

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Large luxury bedroom with dark brown furnishings, beige carpet and windows with mountain views at Regent Hotel in Revelstoke
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The Regent is among the oldest family-owned hotels in Canada, growing around the railway line and providing rooms for a tranche of new travelers and rail workers. It now has amenities such as a fitness center, a sauna, an outdoor jacuzzi, a private liquor store, a pub and multiple eateries. You can also enjoy a hearty hot breakfast daily, free of charge.

6. Stoke Hotel SureStay Collection by Best Western, for a boutique base

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Long white-tile outdoor jacuzzi with views of the mountains at the Stoke Hotel SureStay Collection by Best Western, Revelstoke
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Take the trendy option at this downtown boutique hotel. Here, rustic meets vintage designer style with handcrafted wood furniture, and the cozy-but-cool decor echoes the hotel’s Canadian heritage. A free shuttle bus makes wild nights at the nearby River City Pub & Patio easy. And as the brand partners with sponsored athletes, you may bump into an inspiring active ambassador during your stay.

7. Peaks Lodge, for your caffeine fix

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Exterior of chalet-style Peaks Lodge in Revelstoke, set against the tree-blanketed mountainside
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Peaks Lodge offers both bedrooms and self-catering suites, all with access to hot tubs and a sauna. The breakfast special is a highlight and includes bottomless coffee. In the evening, you can tuck into smoked barbecue fare, indoors or outdoors. And you don’t have to leave your furry family member at home, as pets are also welcome.

8. Basecamp Resorts Revelstoke, for contemporary relaxation

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Long, modern open-plan living-dining-kitchen space with long dining table and grey couch at Basecamp Resorts Revelstoke
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If you prefer your vacation pad a little more luxe than rustic, you’ll love this hotel in Revelstoke with a wilderness feel but sleek, urban interiors. Light-filled mountain-view apartments sleeping from two to 18 – and even studios if you prefer cozy to high-capacity – come with industrial chic dining spaces and modular, grey sofas set in front of windows for full-on forest views. You’re 20km (12mi) from the Enchanted Forest Revelstoke, which is loved by everyone.

Jo Fernandez contributed additional reporting to this article.

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