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Need a comfortable place to stay in Revelstoke? How about one that rates highly for Room comfort and Location?

Orbitz has you covered with 6 of them. Meaning you can easily find a cozy — and convenient — home base for exploring some of Revelstoke's attractions, such as Revelstoke Railway Museum, Revelstoke Visual Arts Society and Art First!.


Shopping in Revelstoke

Stock up on souvenirs and personal treats while in Revelstoke—Sears Dealer Store and Randolph David Jewellery are filled with the latest trends and accessories. The goods at Your Office & Art Centre, Jerry's Appliance Repair Ltd and CKCR Radio Transmitter Building will help you keep up with the latest tech trends.


Getting to Revelstoke

If you're flying in, head for Revelstoke Airport — it's one of Revelstoke's main transportation hubs.


Outdoor activities in Revelstoke

There are ways to kick back in Revelstoke beyond its marquee attractions. The Enchanted Forest and Parks Canadaare great places to get some fresh air and spend time outside.


Where to eat in Revelstoke

If sightseeing has left you feeling peckish, enjoy a snack or a refreshing drink at Woolsey Creek Bistro, Emo's Restaurant, The Modern Bakeshop & Cafe and Denny's. These and Revelstoke's many other restaurants offer up a tasty energy boost.


Best times to visit Revelstoke

Want to save up to 28%, 27% and 23% while traveling to Revelstoke? If you book on Orbitz and travel during May, April and October, respectively, you can. So get out there and experience something new — for less!


Where to party in Revelstoke

Don't want to turn in early? Grab a cold brew or mixed drink at The Village Idiot Bar and Grill, Big Eddy Pub and Liquor Store and Great White North Bar & Grill.


Where to eat in Revelstoke

If sightseeing has left you feeling peckish, enjoy a snack or a refreshing drink at Woolsey Creek Bistro, Emo's Restaurant, The Modern Bakeshop & Cafe and Denny's. These and Revelstoke's many other restaurants offer up a tasty energy boost.


Best times to visit Revelstoke

Want to save up to 28%, 27% and 23% while traveling to Revelstoke? If you book on Orbitz and travel during May, April and October, respectively, you can. So get out there and experience something new — for less!


Arts and culture in Revelstoke

Broaden your horizens during your Revelstoke trip with a stop in Revelstoke Railway Museum and Revelstoke Nickelodeon Museum. You can also learn something new or pick up a new work of fiction at Okanagan Regional Library Revelstoke Branch and Secret Garden Bookshop.


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Days Inn And Suites Revelstoke

Conveniently located near restaurants and downtown

Older hotel that has been updated. Room was clean and beds pretty comfortable. Continental breakfast located in the lobby of the hotel is quite crowded. Nothing special to write about. For the area it seemed like a reasonable rate.

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8 months ago

3.0

Powder Springs

Central, budget hotel.

Location is right near downtown, everything is walkable. The free passes to the town's aquatic center was easily the highlight of the stay. The attached restaurant, The Last Drop, has awesome burgers. The room was nothing special and got a bit stuffy as there was not a vent/fan in the bathroom. Staff were friendly and accommodating.

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11 months ago

5.0

Stoke Stash Bed & Breakfast

Best choice we could have made!

Stoke Stash is a beautiful and welcoming B&B! Wonderful breakfasts and very knowledgeable and friendly proprietors. We were 10 min from charming downtown Revelstoke: be sure to check out the Taco Shop and Pam's Kitchen (Indian-German fusion). The ski hill is an easy 20 minute drive, it's a wonderful area for skiers who love powder, long steep groomers and big vert. We will absolutely go back to Stoke Stash. Gail from Montana

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11 months ago

5.0

The Explorers Society Hotel

New, comfortable small hotel.

The place is nearly new. It's an old brick building totally redone so it looks very modern and big city loft-y. Just a few rooms and the staff was very attentive. It's right in the middle of the little town so you're not out at a lodge but not in a roadside motel.

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7 months ago