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    • The Bastion
      The Bastion is an enduring local icon in the third oldest city in British Columbia. Built in 1853, the three floors of the Bastion were skillfully crafted using traditional wood working techniques by workers of the Hudson's Bay Company. Over the years, politics and land deals saw this sturdy wooden fort moved twice. Today it is Nanaimo's most recognizable landmark. It is managed by the Nanaimo Museum, and also houses a seasonal Tourism Nanaimo Info Kiosk. While the Bastion's timbers are original, the interior represents activities of the early mining post from 1853 - 1862. Today, this former Hudson's Bay Company building is a symbol of Nanaimo's history. The Bastion is a "must see" destination for visitors to Nanaimo. The Bastion is open 7 days a week from May long weekend through Labour Day. The cannon firing ceremony takes place daily at noon when the Bastion is open. Group tours of the Bastion are available for booking during the off-season.
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    • Old City Quarter
      Nanaimo's Old City Quarter is part of the original economic core of the city. Buildings in the area date from the late 1800s to early 1900s. The map shows the area's boundaries. The Old City Quarter has undergone a revitalization of heritage buildings along with the addition of new developments which complement the period architecture. A revitalization program in the early 1980s attracted upmarket retailers. There are over 20 restaurants and 30 shops in the area, as well as professional services and the historic train station. The success and growth of this area as a destination shopping, business and dining area with the charm of yesterday resulted in the formation of the Old City Quarter Association. The association was incorporated in April,1993. The goal of the association is to collectively administer and coordinate the improvement, promotion and awareness of the Old City Quarter as a unique destination.
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    Frequently Asked Questions about Nanaimo hotels
    • What are the best hotels near Harbourfront Walkway?
      Coast Bastion Hotel, Best Western Dorchester Hotel, and Travelodge Nanaimo are some of the most popular hotels for travelers looking to stay near Harbourfront Walkway. See the full list: Hotels near Harbourfront Walkway.
    • What are the best hotels near Neck Point Park?
      Popular hotels close to Neck Point Park include Buccaneer Inn, Coast Bastion Hotel, and Best Western Northgate Inn. See the full list: Hotels near Neck Point Park.
    • Which hotels are closest to Vancouver Intl Airport?
      Popular hotels close to Vancouver Intl Airport include Fairmont Vancouver Airport, Pacific Gateway Hotel at Vancouver Airport, and Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport. See the full list: Hotels near (YVR) Vancouver Intl Airport.
    • What are the best hotels near Newcastle Island?
      A few of the most popular hotels near Newcastle Island are Buccaneer Inn, Coast Bastion Hotel, and Best Western Dorchester Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Newcastle Island.
    • What are the best pet-friendly hotels in Nanaimo?
      Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Nanaimo are Coast Bastion Hotel, The Inn on Long Lake, and Best Western Dorchester Hotel. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Nanaimo.
    • What are the best cheap hotels in Nanaimo?
      Popular cheap hotels in Nanaimo include Best Western Northgate Inn, The Inn on Long Lake, and Best Western Dorchester Hotel. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Nanaimo.
    • Which hotels in Nanaimo are good for families?
      Buccaneer Inn, Coast Bastion Hotel, and The Inn on Long Lake all received great reviews from families traveling in Nanaimo. See the full list: Family Hotels in Nanaimo.