Prince Rupert Hotel

Address: 118 Sixth St., Prince Rupert, British Columbia, V8J 3L7, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 118 Sixth St., Prince Rupert, is near Museum of Northern British Columbia, Butze Rapids Park and Trail, Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary, and Northern Adventure.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPrince Rupert Hotel

    Reviewed by baughb

    Basic accommodation in downtown Prince Rupert

    Reviewed Jul 17, 2015
    by (15 reviews) Waterloo , Canada Flag of Canada

    Basic accommodation, but reasonably priced, clean, and very friendly staff. Right in the heart of Prince Rupert and easy to walk everywhere from there.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by bananita

    Comfy rest after a long ferry ride

    Reviewed Aug 4, 2014
    by (7 reviews) Montreal , Canada Flag of Canada

    Didn't really have a chance to experience the full range of this hotel as we checked in quite late at night after arriving with fellow guests from the ferry, then checked out the next morning. A definite plus is its proximity to the terminal. They handled the influx of late arrivals quick enough and we were able to settle in to a clean and comfy room shortly after checking in. They offered a few coupons to local eateries and the nearby casino, which we made use of the following day and was a nice touch.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Prince Rupert Hotel

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    Travel Blogs from Prince Rupert

    Yellowhead Highway - Check

    A travel blog entry by baughb on Jul 17, 2015

    9 photos

    As I mentioned in a previous entry, the Yellowhead Highway (#16) runs from just outside Winnipeg, Manitoba, to Prince Rupert on the coast of British Columbia (2960 km in length (1840 miles). I started on the Yellowhead on Monday, July 13 and arrived in Prince Rupert today, averaging approx. 600 km per day.

    Today's section of Hwy. 16, …

    What's a German Prince doing in B.C.?

    A travel blog entry by baughb on Jul 18, 2015

    5 photos

    Well, he never actually was, but they did name the city after him. Prince Rupert of the Rhine (1619-1682) was the first Governor of the Hudson's Bay Company (1670). Although German, he also happened to be the nephew of King Charles I of England. During his military career Prince Rupert had an on again, off again relationship with England but in his …

    It's ONLY a 16-hour ferry ride...

    A travel blog entry by bananita on Aug 04, 2014

    9 photos

    As mentioned in the previous entry, we had to get to the Port Hardy terminal around 6ish AM. From the hotel, it was a 10min drive, so it wasn't far. We boarded the Northern Expedition around 7AM and would arrive in Prince Rupert close to 11:30pm.

    Oh the Inner Passage! To see the route, please refer to the blue dotted line on this map from …

    Notes about Prince Rupert

    A travel blog entry by lfsk2015 on Aug 08, 2015

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... have a new found appreciation for visitor centers. Every visitor center we have gone to has been able to give us a great deal of information including must see places in the area. In Prince George it was suggested that we visit a Canadian Heritage Site, called Barkersville. This was the town that developed as a result of the 1862 gold rush. Billy Barker discovered gold, and a stampede of thousands rushed to that part of Canada, known as the Cariboo Gold ...

    An about face in the mountains

    A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Sep 07, 2014

    3 comments, 30 photos

    ... misadventure. It started to rain and the mist closed in.

    The road may well have been scenic, and there may well have been bears and elk galore along the way. When the visibility was down to 100m, however, all of that seemed irrelevant. We stopped at Lake Louise only long enough to check the map then took Route 1 (Trans Canadian Highway) back to the west and out of the mountains. Two hours later we were rolling along the flat lands with ...