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Over Quarterdeck Inn & Marina Resort
Het meest bereisde deel van de Inside Passage loopt van Port Hardy naar Prince Rupert. Dit ruige fjordenlandschap aan de Stille Oceaan trekt bezoekers uit de hele wereld. Het Quarterdeck Inn & Marina Resort is gunstig gelegen aan het water van de Hardy Bay, even buiten het centrum van Port Hardy. Het hotel heeft eenvoudige standaard kamers met airco en badkamer met bad/douche. Voor de verzorging van de innerlijke mens is er een pub-restaurant en voor de ontspanning een jacuzzi. Vanuit het hotel zijn diverse activiteiten te ondernemen zoals vissen en vliegvissen. Ook kunt u er kano's huren.
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Airco, WiFi, telefoon, televisie, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, föhn. Badkamer met bad/douche.
Aan het water van de Hardy Bay, even buiten het centrum van Port Hardy.
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Vancouver Island, het grootste eiland aan de westkust van Noord-Amerika, is een paradijs voor natuurliefhebbers. Bergen, dichte bossen, meren en verlaten zandstranden bepalen hier het landschap. Voor de kust zijn dikwijls walvissen te zien. Wij bieden diverse hotels aan in de diverse plaatsen en gebieden op Vancouver Island die u prima kunt combineren tijdens uw autoreis of rondreis West-Canada.
Just a one night stay for work, all the units have a water view of the marina, very nice, the bedding and amenities are very good. And it was quiet. Fridge in room, could use a microwave. Staff were very helpful.
"Fantastic hotel, very convenient for ferry from Port Hardy"
Stayed here before a very early ferry to Prince Rupert, which appeared to be the same for the majority of guests at the hotel. The rooms are very large and comfortable offering a very peaceful nights sleep. The hotel overlooks the harbour. Breakfast is included in the price and it is in the form of takeout for those making an early getaway to catch the ferry.
"Pet Friendly, Comfortable Stay"
On an impromptu roadtrip north, we decided to go as far as Port Hardy, but were surprised when the first 2 hotels we contacted did not have pet friendly rooms. It's only the last 7 months that we've had a pet to travel with, but having had to do as much travelling over the past months, this was the first time we'd actually experienced difficulty finding places that would accommodate our tiny addition. The reception was great, friendly and waiting for us after our call. Room was good, comfortable and well equipped. Beds were a little harder than I'd prefer, but still didn't hinder a good nights sleep. Breakfast at the on site restaurant was included in the $105.00 price. Signs shared that there had been a bear hanging around the parking lot, but unfortunately we never got to see it.
We only stayed one misty night on route but found it a fine hotel although it was a bit dark and the coffee making stuff was in a cupboard and you couldn't see what you were doing. Other residents said the same. I'm sure there are nice views but we didn't have the opportunity to see this. No breakast available. Good transport organised from here to ferry port. Quite a way from little airport where you can drop off car if necessary. Didn't find it easy to see where to walk to find beach or town.
"A bit tired and out of ideas - rather like Port Hardy, sadly"
The Quarterdeck should and could be great. It sits in a spot rich with wildlife and natural features including some of the best fishing and marine wildlife viewing in the world. Yet the Inn, like the town, has lost its confidence and lacks any real "WOW". When we arrived they had no record of our booking and didn't seem too bothered. They then allocated us a room on the top floor overlooking the car park despite the hotel being empty. The rooms are ok but dated and bland, the welcome is poor (we rattled around barely seeing a soul most of the time), the service in the hotel buffet area is just about enough and the pub offers fairly standard fare (avoid the cheesy oysters if you want to sleep that is). Everyone seems downbeat, which seems to reflect a place that has lost its way and is filled with empty shops and lots. While the staff in the pub were friendly enough, they turned off the Canadian national women's team playing in their own world cup in favour of US hockey. Sort of sums it all up really. Sadly this was the most disappointing leg of our Vancouver Island stay. It shouldn't be this way and if the management of the Inn or indeed anyone from the town council would like to get in touch with me, I'll be happy to discuss ideas for resurrecting what was clearly a very promising place, at one point in life, but now has the feeling of a ghost town, existing rather than thriving.
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