How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Photos of Hume Hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsHume Hotel Nelson
Enjoyable stay, but be careful to check for events in the nightclub or pub that can make it loud in the rooms until the wee hours.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hume Hotel Nelson
Travel Blogs from Nelson
... many of the places we hope to visit but we found the wall displays of Creston history very well done. The valley below the town is reclaimed agricultural land reminding us of the climate in the Okanogan Valley, also in BC, and of the Holland Marsh, north of Toronto, ON. The repeated efforts to build dikes and make the land useful for agriculture is a testament to human perseverance. As in all of these ...
... the desired effect, because I’m normally a curmudgeonly and cynical *******.
Upon docking at the other side of Kootenay Lake, my destination for the day, Nelson, BC, was about a 20-minute drive away. In addition to its delightful setting in the Selkirk Range of the Kootenay Rockies, it is famous for being the shooting location for a number of films, most famously 1987’s Steve Martin / Daryl ...
Coming to Nelson is a bit of an escape – an oasis in the midst of the mountains on a lake. The town of Nelson is located on the West Arm of Kootenay Lake, nestled in the rugged Selkirk Mountains in the West Kootenay region. The first time I came here, I remember being at Max and Bev's place on a day when it was misty over the mountain tops. I gazed out from their deck to take in the beautiful view of the lake and mountains. I felt a ...
... parking lot.
It was a late start to the day leaving Nelson around 10ish but knowing that we would get just a single backcountry ride up ticket for $20 and with the round trip taking no more than about 4 hours we'd have time to do it. It had snowed again overnight like it did every night since we arrived in Whitewater so we should have pow+pow=pow pow. Having signed a liability waiver form with the lodge and tested ...
... some wild hallucinogenic mushrooms or something? Was it just waiting for it’s mountain goat buddy to come down the mountain? A mystery indeed. . .
The second animal sighting was far more bizarre. We were zooming down a fairly straight stretch of road when Mick, who was driving, saw the silhouette of a bird perched on a telephone wire ahead of us. Hoping it might be a bird of prey, he slowed the car as we approached so we could get ...