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November 22, 2012

Accommodation Kelowna: Why Vinos Love Autumn Vineyards

Accommodation Kelowna: Why Vinos Love Autumn Vineyards

With a population of over 123,000, it’s easy to see why so many people love living in and visiting Kelowna. Although the summer months seem to attract the largest amounts of visitors, many people, especially wine lovers, choose to stay in Kelowna during the off-season too.


5 Fantastic Fall Activities Near Kelowna Hotels

5 Fantastic Fall Activities Near Kelowna Hotels

Autumn in the Okanagan is definitely something to see – the colourful leaves lining Okanagan Lake will take your breath away. To take advantage of the stunning views and beautiful fall foliage when visiting Kelowna hotels, try some of these activities that shine during the fall season.


Celebrate the Fall Wine Fest at Your Hotel in Kelowna

Celebrate the Fall Wine Fest at Your Hotel in Kelowna

Any wine enthusiast will agree that autumn is the best time of year for a wine festival. As the grape harvest and wine production begin, connoisseurs with an interest in the winemaking process cluster in the Okanagan vineyards for samplings and a little education. If you’re staying at a hotel in Kelowna during this year’s Fall Wine Festival, unleash your inner oenophile and head out to some of these fantastically festive events.


Hotels in Kelowna: The Back to School Bucket List

Hotels in Kelowna: The Back to School Bucket List

As the summer begins to wind down and Back to School flyers start landing in every mailbox, most people leave the beaches behind and begin planning for the new school year. Before you start getting ready for this end-of-summer transition, our hotels in Kelowna have put together a little back to school bucket list to make sure you make the most out of your last few weeks of summer vacation.


5 Exciting Ways to Experience Okanagan Wine Tours

5 Exciting Ways to Experience Okanagan Wine Tours

Did you know that the Okanagan is home to more than 120 wineries and 200 vineyards spread across 2,400 hectares? Now you do. Welcome to wine country! With more than 60 grape varieties grown in the Okanagan, the only way to try them all in a short amount of time is to book several guided Okanagan wine tours. If you’re staying at a hotel in Kelowna, try one (or all) of these five exciting ways to experience what the Okanagan has become famous for.