Revelstoke hotels and hostels
Revelstoke has a good selection of places to stay. Only truck spotters will gravitate to those out on Hwy 1. Several motels and cute B&Bs (the visitor center has lists) are right in the center.
The Sutton Place Hotel Revelstoke Mountain Resort
Sandman Hotel Revelstoke
Super 8 Revelstoke Bc
Days Inn And Suites Revelstoke
Revelstoke Same Sun Backpacker Lodge
Same Sun Budget Lodge
Ramble though the numerous rooms in this perennial backpacker favorite. The 80 beds are often full, so book ahead. Expanded patios fill with a jovial international crowd.
Mulvehill Creek Wilderness Inn
The lights and pool heater are powered by a river turbine at this eco-lodge, which boasts stunning views of Upper Arrow Lake. Borrow a canoe, savor the buffet breakfast, doze in the library or hit one of the myriad trails.
Powder Springs Inn
This place is part of the empire that includes the ski resort and the snow-cat skiing operation. In fact, guests get free ski passes. The whole 55-room place is pretty basic, but most guests are too pooped to care after a day of hard fun.
The poshest place in town is not lavish but is comfy. The 50 modern rooms bear no traces of the hotel's 1914 roots (and exterior). The restaurant and lounge are both good and popular. Many bob the night away in the outdoor hot tub.
Swiss Chalet Motel
It's a short walk to the center from this cheery family-run motel, which includes an especially generous continental breakfast (one of the muffins here would make a dozen at many chains). The 22 rooms have fridges.
Canyon Hot Springs Resort
The principle allure of this place, 35km east of Revelstoke, is right in the name. Soak your cares away before retiring to one of the 200 campsites or 16 cabins.
This 42-room, pink-hued motel overcomes its inherent flaws, such as an all-encompassing parking area and stark cinder-block construction, thanks to its location. Check out a room or two to find one with recent paint and watch out for dark ones.