British Columbia Resorts

Discover luxury, excitement and romance at the finest resorts in BC. Gourmet local cuisine prepared by award-winning chefs, decadent amenities, exhilarating activities and breathtaking spas combine to create the ultimate getaway.

Enjoy watching the days slip away as you indulge and unwind in an atmosphere of quality, style and character. Find yourself in absolute comfort and relaxation at these world-class BC resorts and experience the best the West Coast has to offer.

Denotes British Columbia Resorts

British Columbia Resorts

The finest bed & breakfasts, boutique hotels and country inns located in British Columbia.

Abigail's Hotel

Abigail's Hotel

Victoria, British Columbia

Ranked #1 Best Small Hotel in Canada by TripAdvisor-2014 Travelers' Choice Awards! Abigail’s Hotel is a unique accommodation experience that blurs the lines between... Read More

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Abbeymoore Manor Bed & Breakfast Inn

Abbeymoore Manor Bed & Breakfast Inn

Victoria, British Columbia

Choose from five beautiful heritage bedrooms or enjoy the charm, privacy and luxury of a self-contained garden level suite. Abbeymoore is ideally located in Victoria's... Read More

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Sooke Harbour House

Sooke Harbour House

Sooke, British Columbia

Known as one of Canada’s most spectacular hotels, Sooke Harbour House's amenities and most importantly professional staff make it a truly West Coast memorable... Read More

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Brentwood Bay Resort & Spa

Brentwood Bay Resort & Spa

Victoria, British Columbia

Victoria's only five star ocean front resort, Brentwood Bay Resort's accommodations, aptly titled "OceanSuites" with spectacular ocean views, are beautiful and luxuriously... Read More

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Quick Facts

Population: 4.4 million

Average Climate: 43°F in January; 72°F in July

Capital: Victoria

Largest City: Vancouver

Did you know...

Coastal BC is the only area in Canada to record winters where the temperature stays above freezing.