The Ramada Nanaimo and Travelodge Nanaimo are nearest to the Bastion, while the Best Western Dorchester Hotel and Marinaside Resort are within an easy stroll of the Nanaimo Museum. The Waterfront Suites and Marina and Diplomat Motel are near the Newcastle Island Marine Provincial Park. And, if you are interested in staying near the Nanaimo Aquatic Centre, your most convenient hotel options include the Vancouver Island University Residences and Castaway Motel.
20 kilometres away from the centre of Nanaimo is the Inn the Estuary. The Days Inn Nanaimo is situated 2 kilometres away. Two more places to stay are the Value Lodge Economy Motel and the Nanaimo Cambie Hostel.
You'd have to be a Wally to head off without taking a look at the other things on offer in Vancouver Island. Explore the old towns in Vancouver Island, or admire the region's lovely forests, rivers and streams. Or join the locals in the snowboarding while you're here.
Salt Spring Island is 50 kilometres to the southeast of Nanaimo and is home to the Ganges Marina, Ruckle Provincial Park and Salt Spring Island Golf Club. The Mariner's Loft and Arbutus Point Oceanfront B & B are just some of the great short and long-stay alternatives in Salt Spring Island. Alternatively, you could stay in Comox, 90 kilometres to the northwest of Nanaimo, where you can choose from the Crown Isle Resort and Golf Community and Queenfisher. Should you choose to stay in Comox, make sure you visit the Comox Municipal Marina, Comox Ferry Terminal and Comox Golf Club.
Before you say "see ya later" to Vancouver Island, ensure you catch some sport. Find Rogers Arena to the east of Nanaimo. The Victorian Hotel and the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver are near all the action.
Nanaimo Harbour Water Aerodrome Airport is the most popular gateway to Nanaimo. Nearby hotels include the Howard Johnson Hotel - Nanaimo Harbourside and the Ramada Nanaimo.
Hotels in Nanaimo start at NZ$106 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.