How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hospitality Inn Kamloops
Travel Blogs from Kamloops
... and we finally arrived into Vancouver. We were wishing we had another day as it was so enjoyable but I guess all good things must come to an end.
On the trip we also met some interesting and fun people from all walks of life.
We we were transferred from the train by bus to our hotel and went for a walk around some of Vancouver and on first viewing we were very impressed with the city.
... that every bag was accounted for, they didn't want a situation where one of the few passengers that disembarked in Dakar had left their bag behind. Who knows what could be in it right???? After the security team left the plane, and a few new passengers boarded, we again took off. For the second eight hour journey, I immediately turned off my entertainment system in an attempt to sleep. It was now past 2 AM South Africa time and I was tired. I think I dozed in and out for three ...
... very familiar with. The husband that insists he's funny despite all evidence to the contrary...but he persists! With much eye rolling or nervous titter from those around them...or confused looks cos they don't get the joke! Maybe because there is no punch line... Today was a great day, although I'm exhausted from doing nothing but eat, drink and look out for bears and photo opportunities. Update on this ...
... be stunning. We also continued to be lucky with the weather, both days were clear so we had perfect views of the countryside. We travelled in Gold-leaf class which means we sat upstairs in a domed train with a glass roof so we had uninterrupted views. At meal times we headed downstairs in to a dining area with large windows, white table linen, flowers on the table and excellent weight staff and chefs. As we've heard, the food is a feature of the Rocky Mountaineer. It was superb, with ...
These mounties are volunteers who do this for every Rocky Mountaineer train that comes in. We have seen some First Nations people here in this town. No 4 or 5 star hotels in this town, but we have plenty of room - 2 queen sized beds if we want them - one is good for laying everything out on.