The Best Hotels in Sun Peaks

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Updated: October 15, 2020

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Sun Peaks Grand Hotel with swimming pool, jacuzzi, kitchen, and ski-in ski-out.

The swimming pool and hot tubs at the Sun Peaks Grand Hotel (and the Residences) in Sun Peaks, Canada. The Coast Sundance Lodge is visible to the left.

Sun Peaks Hotels – Tips and Advice

The 5 Best Hotels in Sun Peaks, Canada

1. Residences At The Sun Peaks Grand

My favorite place to stay in Sun Peaks. One-bedroom apartments sleep family of 4, two-bedroom apartments sleep up to 6. Many hotels in Sun Peaks have kitchenettes but this is a true full-sized kitchen. The Residences are connected to the Sun Peaks hotel by a walkway and guests get full access to the ski-valet, swimming pool, jacuzzis, gym, restaurant and bar. The hotel is ski-in, ski-out and located right at the base of the hill.

2. Sun Peaks Grand Hotel & Conference Centre

Wonderful pool and good-sized rooms make the Sun Peaks Grand the luxury hotel in the Sun Peaks village. All the town’s bars and restaurants are within a two-minute walk. There’s a ski-valet for storing skis, snowboards, and poles (no need to carry them to your room). The hotel is ski-in, ski-out and located right at the base of the hill.

3. Coast Sundance Lodge

Good-value rooms (most have kitchenette or small kitchen) and central location. The hotel is ski-in, ski-out and located right at the base of the hill (beside the main chairlift) and connected directly to the best bar in Sun Peaks (Bottoms) – great food and friendly vibe.

4. Sun Peaks Lodge

Simple standard rooms right in the heart of Sun Peaks village. It’s still ski-in,-ski-out but located a minute or two walk through the main artery so not directly facing the hill. The German steakhouse on the main floor is one of the best restaurants in Sun Peaks.

5. The Burfield

Located about 3km before the village and right beside one of the chairlifts. A great choice if you just want to ski and eat-in, but not so great if you want to hit some of the bars or restaurants at night (it’s too far to walk and driving and parking is a pain).

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