Prince Rupert Hotel

Address: 118 Sixth St., Prince Rupert, British Columbia, V8J 3L7, Canada | 3 star hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPrince Rupert Hotel

    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.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Prince Rupert Hotel

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    Travel Blogs from Prince Rupert

    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 …

    Can hardly 'bear' to leave Alaska!

    A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on Aug 26, 2014

    3 comments, 63 photos

    ... the 1422 mile highway followed a series of existing airfields. From March 1942 11,000 American troops and 16,000 US and Canadian civilians endured swarms of mosquitoes and other biting insects in the summer, and risked frostbite in the colder months, to build the 1422 mile highway in just over eight months.

    Reluctantly, we left the Kluane Ranges and the Alaskan Highway at ...

    Day at Sea

    A travel blog entry by bcope100 on Jun 02, 2014

    8 photos

    ... I managed to find their office (which was no easy feat) and begged the officer to give me back my fan. The irony of the whole mess is that he had a fan plugged in & operating on his desk! After giving him my word that I would not leave it plugged in when I wasn't in the room, he gave it back to me. Sweet!!

    After dropping off the fan at our room, Ashley & I joined a trivia challenge and got 12 out of 20 correct...I think the winners had 17 ...

    The First Week... Again

    A travel blog entry by jeffsaunders3 on Sep 09, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... around the Sheasgreen house, getting to see goofy pics of our good friend Nick. I sent a great one of him in a Cosby-like sweater to him on the ships, and to my surprise he instantly responded with a "Shut up!" Good ol' Nick. Saturday was a bit slower paced than the days I spent decorating and planning, but not really. After a grocery shop, a Walmart shop and a lunch with my buddy Blair we took of for a whale watching tour organized by Wendy. She used to work for ...

    Prince Rupert

    A travel blog entry by lucasp on Aug 14, 2013

    10 photos

    ... Another goodbye to Dwayne as he turned around to head back to Terrace, collect the family and then head back to Stewart. Isn't that about 10 hours of driving? The man is a saint. We were pleasantly surprised by our accommodations. The Black Rooster Guesthouse has a great family room with a double bed and bunk beds. There are common areas, like two kitchens and extra living rooms. We immediately headed to the ...