Travel Tips

August 17, 2012

Kelowna Travel in Spring? Bring Your Umbrella!

Kelowna Travel in Spring? Bring Your Umbrella!

Because spring and rain come hand in hand, Kelowna business travelers often need to be prepared for the occasional spring shower. Instead of scrambling for any old umbrella at the last minute, putting some thought ahead of time to making sure you have a good travel umbrella is just good business sense!

Our Kelowna Hotel Knows How to Spoil Moms on Mother's Day

Our Kelowna Hotel Knows How to Spoil Moms on Mother's Day

With the arrival of May comes the arrival of a day dedicated to some very special people – Mother’s Day! Our Kelowna hotel has rounded up some great ideas to ensure that an abundance of brownie points are accumulated by the family, and more importantly, that Mom has the best day possible on May 13th.

Road Trip Safely to Your Next Vacation Accommodations in Kelowna

Road Trip Safely to Your Next Vacation Accommodations in Kelowna

Time for a road trip!! “Road trip!”Car trips can be a blast. Hotels in Kelowna see thousands of visitors every summer, many of whom arrive by car. Here at The Best Western Kelowna Hotel, we want you to arrive safely! Before you pack your snacks and hit the road, there are some things you want…

Family Travel Tips from Kelowna Hotel Promises Easter Family Fun

Family Travel Tips from Kelowna Hotel Promises Easter Family Fun

Easter baskets? Candy? Egg colouring? Families who travel to Kelowna hotels might find it difficult to maintain the typical Easter traditions they would normally do at home. Here are some tips for traveling with kids this Easter to help you survive and enjoy your holiday!

Kelowna Hotel Offers Travel Benefits for Kids with Special Needs like Autism

Kelowna Hotel Offers Travel Benefits for Kids with Special Needs like Autism

In recent years, Kelowna hotels have welcomed more traveling families who have kids with special needs, like autism spectrum disorders. Traveling can be hard enough on a family, but when you add the extra pressure of having to manage the delicate needs of a child with autism, traveling can be nearly impossible.