COVID-19 UPDATE

Please note: BC’s Public Health Order now requires masks to be worn in all indoor public spaces by everyone over the age of 12.

In addition, effective September 13, proof of at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination will be required to gain access to many public events, services, and businesses. By October 24, proof of being fully-vaccinated will be required. This will be in effect for BC residents and anyone visiting from outside the province over the age of 12, and no exceptions are allowed for any reason.

Hotels are deemed an essential service and therefore, guests of Prestige do not need to demonstrate proof of vaccination to stay with us. However, proof of vaccine will required at:

  • All sit-down restaurants, lounges and cafes located in our hotels (indoor and patio dining). Proof of vaccine will not be required for breakfast rooms, ‘grab and go’ facilities, or when getting take-out.
  • Prestige hotel locations with Athletic Centres that accept public memberships (Sooke, Radium, Cranbrook, Salmon Arm). Proof of vaccination will be required by hotel guests and membership holders. All other Prestige locations with fitness rooms will not require proof of vaccination.
  • Meeting rooms hosting events with more than 50 people in attendance.

Proof of vaccination will not be required for use of our pool facilities in any of our properties.

Prestige takes the health and safety of our guests extremely seriously and we will cooperate with the PHO as we are required to do so by law. We ask that you please treat our staff with kindness as they enforce the proof of vaccination orders.

For more information on the Government of BC’s proof of vaccination requirements, and to learn more about what is required or to sign-up for your proof of vaccination card, visit this website: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/vaccinecard.html

Please also be aware that regional restrictions regarding gathering and dining group sizes may also be in effect in some Prestige communities. Please consult the BC Government’s website prior to arriving.

Prestige Hotel Prince Rupert


 

ABOUT THE HOTEL

The Prestige Hotel is conveniently located in the heart of historic Prince Rupert, close to shopping and a variety of great local restaurants. The hotel is only a short stroll to Prince Rupert's Inner Harbour where you can enjoy local attractions, events, and entertainment, as well as local artists' specialty shops and so much more.

Guests enjoy a complimentary deluxe breakfast buffet with hot waffle bar (please note there is limited seating and a bagged to-go option during the pandemic), meeting space, and business centre. Enjoy the convenience of staying at Prince Rupert's only hotel hosting the airport shuttle.

Featured Amenities
✓ Meeting Space  ✓ Business Centre  ✓ Complimentary Continental Breakfast with Hot Waffle Bar  ✓ Complimentary WiFi & Parking

 

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ABOUT THE DESTINATION

Known for its unique wildlife viewing experiences, Prince Rupert has become a popular destination of choice for travelers from all over the world. This charming marine city provides access to many more destinations including ferries to Haida Gwaii, Vancouver Island, and is a common docking site for Alaskan cruises.

Spend time walking the streets of this quaint community and see the historic, colorful homes, or explore your adventurous side with whale watching and grizzly bear tours. Being a coastal city, residents and visitors have the opportunity to indulge in some of the freshest seafood at local restaurants. 

Visit Tourism Prince Rupert for more information!

Prestige Hotels & Resorts would like to acknowledge that the land on which the Prestige Prince Rupert Hotel resides and where our guests visit today is situated on the traditional territory of the Ts’msyen (Tsimshian) Peoples.