I was driving from Vancouver to Banff, but couldn't make it without overnight stop in Revelstoke. Most of the hotels were booked when I arrived, so I didn't have much choice. When I entered room I was shocked- it smelled awful. It smelled like somebody did laundry and left it wet in basket for a week (I'm trying my best to describe smell) I opened windows, but it wasn't good idea, because there were walking drunk loud people on the streets whole night. There's nobody at reception at night. I went outside to smoke and accidentally looked keys. It took a lot of time to get back in. Rate included breakfast, but I didn't risk after night experience. In total I managed to sleep around 2-3 hours only. My suggestion - stay away from this hotel and if you're plan to stay in Revelstoke - book in advance good hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the family owned Powder Springs Inn! We're located in the heart of downtown Revelstoke with spacious, clean, affordable rooms. We take pride ensuring each guest feels at home. All our rooms are non-smoking, with wireless internet (WiFi) and heating/air conditioning. We have a fully licensed pub and restaurant on-site. Hotel guests receive 15% off all food items. Pets are welcome in specific rooms we need advanced notice. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Powder Springs Hotel Revelstoke