Oct 25, 2019 - Oct 26, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Lying immediately north of the Seattle, WA border, Abbotsford is a popular Canadian stopover point for Americans headed to Alaska and the Yukon. The city is considered one of the most geographically diverse regions of British Columbia. Abbotsford is known for its agri-tourism opportunities and unique rural attractions. Tourists come here to explore the region's pioneer heritage, shop in the historic Downtown Abbotsford, sample coffee and tea at the famous Clayburn Village Store, and visit popular sites such as Fraser Trout Hatchery and Castle Fun Park. Abbotsford is also popular among sports enthusiasts, as the city hosts numerous provincial and national events annually.
Most of the popular hotels in Abbotsford are located in the city centre and provide convenient access to the city's most popular tourist attractions. Among the major chain hotels represented in this part of the city are the Best Western Regency Inn & Conference Centre, the Travelodge Abbotsford, and the Super 8 Abbotsford. Travellers will find accommodations in Abbotsford to be quite reasonable, with many hotels offering rooms for under $75 per night.
The cheapest hotels in Abbotsford can be found along Trans-Canada Highway 1. This area of the city puts guests within easy reach of Downtown Abbotsford and other places of interest. Among the inexpensive hotels to choose from in this part of the city are the Alpine Motor Inn, which offers straightforward lodging with free WiFi, a shared lounge, and an indoor pool; Best Western Bakerview Inn, which is situated 5 kilometres from Mill Lake Park and features upgraded rooms, an onsite restaurant, and spectacular views of the mountains; and Abbotsford Hotel, a motel-style lodging where guests enjoy an indoor pool a hot tub, a fitness centre, and a whirlpool baths.
If you have a little more room in your vacation budget, consider staying in one of Abbotsford's mid-range hotels, which offer incredible value for their price. A few competitively priced hotels to consider are the Sandman Hotel Abbotsford, which is situated approximately 5 kilometres from Abbotsford Airport. The hotel sits conveniently close to Mill Lake Park and the Greater Vancouver Zoo, and features suites with kitchenettes, a gym, and a TV lounge. A few other good mid-range options are Coast Abbotsford Hotel & Suites, which is located in Abbotsford's busy commercial district, and Quality Hotel & Conference Centre, a family-friendly hotel located within an 8-minute walking distance of Castle Fun Park and offers free accommodation for kids under 17 years of age.
The city of Abbotsford is not particularly known for its luxury accommodations; most hotels tend to fall within the 2- and 3-star ratings and the few 4-star offerings are on par with slightly lower rated hotels in other parts of the country. That said, there is one 4-star hotel in Abbotsford that can be described as a luxury lodging: Sweet Dreams Luxury Inn. Guests at this adult-only hotel stay in modern suites with double-sided fireplaces and enjoy free gourmet breakfasts.