The Best Hotels to Book in Prince George, Canada

The Coast Prince George Hotel by APA has an urban feel
The Coast Prince George Hotel by APA has an urban feel | Courtesy of Coast Prince George Hotel by APA / Expedia
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17 November 2021
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Rich in railroad history – it was an early outpost of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway – the British Columbia town of Prince George is also surrounded by forests, rivers and general natural beauty. Whether you’re looking to hike the many nature trails in the area or enjoy the delights of the downtown dining scene, our choice of the best hotels in Prince George, Canada, is sure to have something for you, and they’re bookable on Culture Trip.

Sandman Hotel and Suites Prince George, for cool colors and photography

The exterior of the two-level Sandman Hotel and Suites Prince George with plenty of parking and a Denny’s restaurant attached
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This welcoming hotel sits in downtown Prince George and has comfortable rooms decked out in soothing shades of gray and icy blue, with walls decorated with evocative black-and-white photography depicting the great railroad history of the city. Choose a kitchen room if you’d like to self-cater, and don’t miss the indoor pool downstairs and fitness center, where you can get in a workout.

Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Prince George, for downtown comfort and convenience

The indoor pool and hot tub with lime-green loungers and bright murals on the wall at the Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Prince George
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It’s billed as the downtown hotel that has it all, and you’ll be hard-pressed to disagree when you set foot into your stylish room at the Ramada Plaza, with its wavy-patterned carpet, Scandi pine furniture and – in the studio suites – a private hot tub. There’s another hot tub next to the indoor pool for everyone to enjoy, along with a gym.

Prestige Treasure Cove Resort, for a homey stay and great entertainment

The four-story Prestige Treasure Cove Resort lit up at dawn
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The accommodations at this pleasant and comfortable hotel in the city center include classically decorated hotel rooms with all the standard mod cons, home-away-from-home suites with kitchenettes, and family rooms with extra bunk beds and sitting areas. When it comes to entertainment, there are plenty of options, such as a billiards room, a pool complex with a slide and a hot tub, and even an on-site casino.

Four Points by Sheraton Prince George, for down-home design and modern facilities

The sand-colored exterior of the Four Points by Sheraton Prince George, complete with stone elements and landscaping
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A homey, down-to-earth hotel from a well-known name in luxury, Four Points by Sheraton offers cozy rooms with a farmhouse feel; if you’re after extra space, go for a suite with a large sitting area and a kitchenette. The gym has everything you need for a great workout, while just behind the hotel sits the attractive Diefenbaker Park – a lovely spot for a walk.

Sandman Signature Prince George Hotel, for life-giving breakfasts and stylish rooms

A stylish king room adorned with blues and whites at the Sandman Signature Prince George Hotel
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Like its sister property farther north, this is a great choice when you’re looking for a hotel in Prince George, with stylish, comfortable guest rooms. Some come with kitchens so that you can put your culinary skills to use. There’s an indoor pool where you can get some lengths in whatever the weather and a relaxing hot tub, and the to-go breakfast boxes are fantastic, with protein, French and comfort options.

Coast Prince George Hotel by APA, for Japanese design and cuisine

The indoor pool and hot tub flanked by chairs and large swimming-related images on the walls at Coast Prince George Hotel by APA
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This stylish hotel comes from a Japanese brand, which is reflected in the neutral tones of the guest rooms, the high-tech Toto Washlet toilets and the origami crane that awaits you in your room – a lovely touch. You can also enjoy Japanese cuisine at Shogun, a fantastic seafood restaurant and steakhouse where the tuna sashimi and beef sirloin come highly recommended.

Courtyard by Marriott Prince George, for rich wood decor

The six-story gray-and-white exterior of the Courtyard by Marriott Prince George, complete with outdoor seating and a touch of landscaping
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Stylish wood paneling is a hallmark of this hotel, from the atmospheric lobby to the comfortable guest rooms, where the storage units, work desk and even sections of the wall have an organic look. Rooms overlook the city, with the spacious suites offering the best views and extra space. There’s an indoor pool and a whirlpool where you can relax, and multiple golf courses are nearby.

Pomeroy Inn and Suites Prince George, for homey design and a great pool

An cozy, neutral-colored king room at the Pomeroy Inn and Suites Prince George
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The homey lobby with sofas clustered around a brick fireplace sets the tone for this welcoming hotel, and it continues in the tasteful, neutral guest rooms. In such a relaxing place, you might be tempted by an extended stay, in which case the king suite with a kitchen is the perfect home away from home. Pets are welcome, too, and there’s a pool with a water slide and a hot tub.

Super 8 by Wyndham Prince George, for a classic motel stay with a difference

A jungle-like interior courtyard with greenery galore and a unique water feature at the Super 8 by Wyndham Prince George
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The reliable comfort, modern amenities and classic design of the guest rooms that we’ve come to expect from Super 8 are all in evidence here, but there are a few bonus features that go the extra mile. A lovely wood-paneled indoor pool room with a hot tub and easy access to hiking trails, wineries and other country attractions make this a great choice among budget hotels in Prince George.

Travelodge by Wyndham Prince George, for Asian food and comfortable rooms

A classic guest room with wood furniture, carpeting, one bed and city views at the Travelodge by Wyndham Prince George
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You can always rely on a Travelodge, and this one features spacious rooms with classic decor and cozy armchairs. Accessible rooms are also on offer, along with guest laundry, particularly useful for extended stays, and delicious pan-Asian food at the Zen Noodle House. Attractions nearby include the lovely riverside walking trails of Cottonwood Island Nature Park.

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