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King Pacific Lodge

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Hotel Features
Interests: Romantic, Spa, Mountain
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King Pacific Lodge
225 West 1st Street
Ste. 214
Vancouver V7M 3G8
Canada
Awards
  • Hideaway Report - Wilderness Lodge of the Year - 2006
Location
The stunning natural setting of Princess Royal Island and the Great Bear Rainforest is well worth the trip to remote King Pacific Lodge. Accessible only by float plane, the lodge is found in pristine Northern British Columbia, one of the last corners of the world to offer absolute wilderness. The Great Bear Rainforest is the largest intact temperate rainforest left on Earth.

Hotel Overview

Pamper yourself in the heart of the Canadian wilderness on one of the most unique floating fishing lodges in British Columbia, Canada: King Pacific Lodge. Moored in the shelter of Barnard Harbour on Princess Royal Island, King Pacific Lodge is quite simply one of the most magnificent wilderness eco resorts built. Designed for absolute comfort. Positioned to capture spectacular views of the landscape. The lodge is open from May to October.

Want a complete Travel Quote including airfare, special hotel rates and FREE upgrades? Contact our Travel Specialist today! Accommodations
Luxurious lodging and accommodations await guests at this unique premium wilderness resort. Seventeen oversized rooms and suites each feature a king-size bed with sumptuous down duvets, a comfortable window-side seating area, and a slate-lined bathroom with a deep soaker tub. Choose between wilderness or ocean views.

Dining
Fortify your adventurous spirit with dining as sensational as these wilds. King Pacific Lodge's executive chef deftly evolves culinary creations from traditional native recipes and seasonal sources of local delicacies intertwining modern cooking technique, traditional native foraging, local organic produce and the ethical use of the sea to create a unique and unforgettable dining experience. In the Dining Room, feast from fresh sheets listing bounties of the sea, harvests from the forest and yields from this morning's cull of wild berries and mushrooms. Sit before a place setting that mirrors the verdant greens and mountainous proportions you see out the windows.

Meetings & Events
Engulfed by miles of pristine wilderness, participants in a small, executive retreats to British Columbia, Canada, will find time to ponder, unwind and recharge. Whether the getaway is a reward or a working session devoted to relationship-building, business planning or brainstorming, the setting provides an escape from the bustle of daily life and an atmosphere of tranquility. Capacity: 30.

NOTE THAT KING PACIFIC LODGE IS CLOSED ANNUALLY FROM THE END OF SEPTEMBER TO THE END OF MAY

Amenities & Activities

  • Front Desk
  • Internet
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Turndown Service

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