August 17, 2012 | by Christina Van
April 30, 2015
People who visit Kelowna hotels on vacation might not understand this, but traveling for business can be a bit of a grind. Both will have access to the same amenities at a hotel, but the difference for the business traveler is it could be their fifth hotel stay of a month-long trip, at which point the process can start to feel a little repetitive. For business travelers that are struggling to keep a positive outlook while on the road, here are a few helpful suggestions that’ll break up the monotony of a trip:
April 27, 2015
In so many ways, the Okanagan Valley is the land of plenty. With its fertile soils and spectacular seasonal climate, local orchardists have been growing tree fruits for generations. In recent years, these ventures have morphed into a thriving agri-tourism industry as more and more visitors to Kelowna hotels are flocking to the area to see firsthand how their food is produced. Depending on when you’re visiting the Okanagan, there are two prime times to experience an orchard—blossom and harvest.
April 07, 2015
You’ve heard of Kelowna pet-friendly hotels, but what if you own a pet that isn’t exactly hotel friendly? Another way to put that is: what if your pet isn’t the perfect traveling companion you think it is?
December 18, 2014
When you’re planning a business trip, the hotel you book can become your office away from home with all your tech needs readily available at your fingertips. Before booking a Kelowna business hotel, make sure the hotel offers all or most of these must-have amenities for a relaxing and efficient stay.
December 12, 2014
Setting up the Christmas tree, climbing the ladder to string the lights up outside the house, and braving the slick winter roads in search of the perfect gift all require a safe-thinking state of mind. However, tinsel, mistletoe, and sugary treats can pose a risk to your beloved Santa’s little helper. Your dog-friendly Kelowna hotel has put together some of the most important things to watch out for this holiday season so you can keep Fido safe.