The Coast Kamloops Hotel & Conference Centre
Travel Blogs from Kamloops
The start of our 2 day rail experience on the Most Spectacular Train Trip in the World on board the Rocky Mountaineer.
... out of baked bean cans! Not good. We now have an Hyundai Elantra. Very posh baked bean cans!
Anyway the drive was certainly spectacular and full of contrasts. We didn't expect to see an arid landscape this far North in Canada. The Fraser river valley stood out for its vastness and the power it exhibited over the rest of the landscape. Unfortunately there was nowhere to stop to photograph its impact. Sue's favourite was the Jofre ...
... a tree - they say this is their only desert and by the time we got to Kamloops at about 5 o'clock it was 30 degrees with a very warm wind - thought we were home again. Tomorrow apparently everything changes again and it is very different.
We were following the Fraser River and ...
... in a bid to learn yet another new language. We headed out, ate in a place called Denny’s which is apparently quite big in America, stumbled across a Ukrainian orthodox church and then on our way home came up with our brilliant idea of getting peanut butter at a 7/11 for sandwiches on our coach journeys. Kamloops is quite an oddity in that it is nestled up in the Rockies but the town and the surrounding area is relatively flat; being built in a kind of plateau. ...
From Whistler, our trip continued to Kamloops. Not a very attractive place to visit,
and perceived by us more as a necessary place to stay overnight, as this leg of
the trip included a large amount of km's. But, the route to the city was
extremely beautiful. The scenery changed from green mountains, with snow
covered mountaintops to a more dryer, rocky landscape. Also the climate changed
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Dinner, dance and a room too.
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