Port Hardy Accommodations
Exploring the streets of Port Hardy there are restaurants, pubs, bistros, stores and parks to enjoy. The seawall along the community's coastline is a popular walking path with views of the surrounding mountains and islands. At one end of the seawall is the Coast Guard Station, which shares the pier with incoming fishing boats and float planes, while at the other end is a Nature Walking Trail through Hardy Bay Estuary observing hundreds of bald eagles and brown hawks. At Carrot Park in downtown Port Hardy there are viewing benches, woodcarvings, monuments and the seawall.
The Prince Rupert ferry is located in Port Hardy and the town is the regional center for the north Island. The forest industry, commercial fishing and the North Island College are all mainstays of the local economy. Tourism has become increasingly important as visitors have access to a number of parks located nearby.
Meaning "a place to sleep", the "Kwa’lilas" hotel was named by the Gwa'sala-'Nakwaxda'xw elders in hopes that guests may find peaceful rest after a day of exploring Port Hardy. Our guest rooms combine modern, chic design with local Aboriginal artistic expressions. The rooms feature free high speed internet, flat-screen TVs with great channel selection, in-room climate control and walk in showers.
This Port Hardy bed and breakfast is just 5 minutes' walk from Hardy Bay. It offers on-site dolphin and whale watching tours, fishing charters and an airport transfer service. Guest rooms include free Wi-Fi. Guests at this hotel can enjoy a daily continental breakfast. The common dining room also serves some seafood meals such as salmon, crab or halibut.
Downtown Port Hardy: 2.3km
This hotel is just a short walk from Port Hardy city centre and Port Hardy Museum. It offers an on-site chapel and pet-friendly rooms with free Wi-Fi access. The hotel offers a microwave, a mini-fridge and coffee facilities. The simply styled rooms also include a cable TV and an alarm clock. Guests can enjoy the free coffee and tea that is available in the lobby.
Downtown Port Hardy: 0.5km
This hostel in Port Hardy is a ten minute drive from Storey Beach. This hostel offers free coffee and toast daily. Most rooms have shared bathroom facilities. A common living area with a full kitchen, game room and library are available to all guests. The hostel offers storage for bicycles and kayaks. Shushartie Bay and the North Coast Trail is 2.8 km from the hostel.
Downtown Port Hardy: 0.1km
The Quarterdeck Resort & Marina located in Port Hardy. It is a full service 3 star Hotel, complete with marina, Pub-style restaurant. Close to downtown & all tourism or business services in Port Hardy. Let us arrange the wilderness experience of a lifetime, from whale watching, grizzly bear tours, salmon fishing, eco tours, kayaking, diving, storm watching, or hiking to pristine beaches. Call us!
Downtown Port Hardy: 1.3km
While visiting Port Hardy, stay at Port Hardy RV Resort. Come feed the many rabbits and watch the eagles and other wild life. Superb boating and fishing nearby for salmon and bottom fish. Sandy beach swimming, golf course, scuba diving, caving and hiking minutes away. Whale watching & Forest Tours available. Adventures Within Reach!
Downtown Port Hardy: 6km
Welcome to a waterfront Port Hardy hotel with modern deluxe hotel rooms and Banquet Rooms situated on beautiful Northern Vancouver Island. All rooms and suites face Hardy Bay and not far from downtown. We have Specials Packages and Discounts that are updated regularly, so make your reservations today. If you have any other questions please contact us.
Downtown Port Hardy: 1.6km
Our Port Hardy inn property provides free Wi-Fi. The Port Hardy ferry terminal is 15 minutes’ drive away. Cable TV is included. A private balcony or patio is also offered in each room. Select rooms feature a kitchenette. Karai Sushi & Grill is located on site. Guest laundry is available.
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