accommodationFrom rustic campgrounds to luxury hotel suites, we have a place for everyone to call home.
where you sleep is just as important as how you spend your days.
Tucked into the mountainous side of Kaien Island, Prince Rupert is home to a surprisingly cosmopolitan array of accommodation options. From laid-back campgrounds and rustic cabins to charming BnBs and luxury hotels, you’re sure to find the right fit.
Experience our wild nature while you sleep
If you’re looking to keep things low-key while visiting Prince Rupert, try pitching a tent or renting a rustic cabin for your stay. Just outside of town at Prudhomme Lake, you’ll find a well-maintained provincial campground situated on the shores of a misty, mountainside lake. Wake up to the serene sounds of water lapping at the shore and the croons of lake birds. For a closer option, try the Kinnikinick campground in Port Edward or the Prince Rupert RV Park within striking distance of the BC Ferries terminal.
For a rustic experience without the tarps and tent poles, Prince Rupert is home to some of BC’s most incredible wilderness retreats. The North Pacific Cannery rents out their bunkhouse to visitors. An experience like no other on the misty shores of a long inlet, when you stay at the North Pacific Cannery, you’ll wake up in the middle of a national historic site. Just down the road, the Cassiar Cannery offers charming cabins in a historic setting at the mouth of the Skeena River. For a truly remote experience, the Khutzeymateen Wilderness Lodge offers eco-accommodation in their floating lodge inside the Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary, a protected area where you can safely view our majestic neighbours in their natural habitat.
in town, you’ll find the perfect place to rest a while
Looking for a more central home base for your prince Rupert experience? Take your pick. From unique guesthouses run by locals and charming BnBs in residential neighbourhoods to luxury hotel accommodation on the water’s edge, there’s surely a bed with your name on it.
For a more intimate experience, check out the range of eclectic guesthouses and BnBs offered in our community. Tall Trees BnB, tucked away in a popular residential neighbourhood, offers a home away from home for weary travellers. The Eagle Bluff BnB extends out over the water, perfectly central in Cow Bay, allowing you to walk everywhere and enjoy your time in our most charming waterfront neighbourhood. The Black Rooster Guesthouse offers a newly-renovated option just up the hill from 3rd Ave within walking distance of downtown.
For an upscale experience, check into one of Prince Rupert’s surprisingly cosmopolitan hotels
The Crest Hotel is a key feature of Prince Rupert’s skyline, standing tall on a cliff overlooking the Prince Rupert Harbour. Offering sweeping views from guest rooms and popular local dining options in Charley’s Lounge and the Waterfront Restaurant, the Crest is a Prince Rupert institution for a reason. For another waterfront option, check out the Inn on the Harbour, a lovingly renovated hotel across from the airport shuttle station.
Whatever kind of adventure you’re planning during the day, there’s a perfect place to spend your night.