British Columbia Accommodations

British Columbia has a diverse selection of regions from the warm temperate south where Vancouver and Victoria can be found to Northern BC where the province borders Alaska. British Columbia accommodations are essential for your stay and are as diverse as the regions themselves.

Travel In BC helps you find British Columbia accommodations including hotels, motels, resorts, cabins, bed and breakfasts as well as RV campgrounds. Some of the listings even have yurts and tenting sites. Many of the BC accommodations listings are online booking capable.

Travel In BC's articles sections have many insights into British Columbia travel and can be both whimsical and practical in nature. You can even add your own BC travel story or traveller tip to our site. Enjoy your BC travel experience!

Vancouver

Vancouver is a sophisticated West Coast city edged by ocean and mountains. Along with Whistler, Vancouver hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Vancouver Island

The largest island on the west coast of America, Vancouver Island is southwest of mainland British Columbia. Home to Victoria, the provincial capital.

Northern BC

Northern BC borders the Yukon and Northwest Territories as well as western Alaska. Northern BC includes the Queen Charlotte Islands, home to the Haida people and unique biomes.

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

This huge diverse region includes The Cariboo - famous for the gold rush, The Chilcotin Plateau - cowboy territory, and The Central Coast featuring rain forests and Bella Coola.

Victoria

Victoria BC is the most 'British' city in British Columbia, as well as being the provincial capital. In Victoria, nature and culture collide in a remarkable way.

Sunshine Coast

This unique collection of communities and scenery makes for a great holiday! Home to Powell River, Sechelt and Gibsons which are home to unique artisans.

Thompson Okanagan

The Thompson Okanagan includes wine-tasting tours from Osoyoos to Vernon with stunning views of Lake Okanagan. Kelowna & Kamloops are key cities; The Shuswap is the vacation spot.

VancouverCoast & Mountains

This region encompasses Greater Vancouver, Sea to Sky Country, The Sunshine Coast, and the Mighty Fraser Country and includes huge parks like Garibaldi, Golden Ears and the Stein.

Whistler

Whistler is internationally known as an extreme sport destination, hosted alpine events for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games and is an all season destination.

Gulf Islands

BC's Gulf Islands includes Saltspring (largest), Bowen (near Vancouver), and Malcolm (more remote). All islands provide escapes from elegant to rustic.

Also known as the BC Rockies, the name Kootenay is derived from the Ktunaxa First Nation. Some key towns include: Cranbrook, Fernie, Golden, Nelson and Revelstoke.

Mighty Fraser Country

Mighty Fraser Country roughly follows the course of the Fraser River. 'Mighty' refers to the fact this river is 1399 km (869 mi.) long. Sturgeon, salmon, trout and other varieties are popular with anglers.