Stayed here in September 2010.
This was a one night stay as we were travelling to Whistler from Banff.
Sun Peaks is a long way from the Trans Canada Highway and Kamloops along a very winding road into the mountains.
Hotels is very central, quick checking, room was available despite arriving early.
Room was clean and fine for what we wanted. We overlooked the main street, and up one of the mountains. The hotel restaurant was closed, and there was not too much open in the town.
Sun Peaks was dead when we were there, weather did not help as it was raining the entire time, so may have given us a bad impression of the town. I would not recommend this resort in the summer unless you are walkers, or mountain bikers as there does not really seem much else to do.
- Also Known As:
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- Sun Peaks Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The newly renovated Sun Peaks Lodge, a full service family hotel, is located in the heart of Sun Peaks Resort, with ski-in/ski-out access, just steps away from the chairlift for skiing, hiking and biking and the 18-hole Golf Course. All the village shops & restaurants are located directly outside the front door. The luxurious, newly renovated 44 rooms including the Jacuzzi Suite are tastefully decorated and feature flat screen TV with extended movie channels, comfortable beds with duvets, new furniture, hotel fridge, private safe, phone, coffee maker with complimentary coffee/tea, iron/ironing board and hairdryer. ... more less
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