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Nanaimo Motels

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Closest Accommodation to Departure Bay Ferry! Your hosts, Dave, Marlene and Christopher. "Great Housekeeping and Very Well Maintained!" (Tourism BC). Spotlessly clean, cosy and comfortable. Renovated non-smoking oceanview kitchen suites with separate...
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Close to sea walk downtown hospital,shopping centre and bus depot fridge, microwave, coffee in rooms, all suites, approved accomodation.
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Newly renovated, The Colonial is just a short stroll from Nanaimo's scenic Harbourside Walkway, and only minutes from downtown or B.C. Ferries. We feature Sealy XL beds with plush duvet comforters, and a range of amenities including remote-controlled...
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"One and two bedroom kitchenette units, some non smoking, combination baths, DD phones, movie channel, cable TV, complimentary coffee, ice, laundry, adjacent to playground and restaurant, near ferry, hospital, golf course, and malls, off-season rates...
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The Harbourside Motel Offers cheap discount motel rooms at high quality standards. Located in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Vancouver Island. The motel has just recently been remodeled in 2006 and considered one of the best motels in Nanaimo by our...
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Free Continental Breakfast Included Daily! All rooms with lakefront views & private balconies. Fridges, coffeemakers, microwaves, iron & board, tv with on-demand movie system, hairdryers in every room. A/C, complimentary wireless highspeed...
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Nanaimo's only oceanfront accommodation. 1 km south of Departure Bay ferry terminal, 2 minutes drive to downtown, right at the beginning of the harbourfront walkway. Friendly staff and free local tour maps. Pets allowed, coin laundry, in-room coffee...
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Clean and comfortable rooms, non smoking units, free movies and sports, near sea walk, downtown and restaurants, a/c rooms, free ice and coffee, kitchenettes and linking rooms, laundromat, seniors discount, major credit cards, commissionable.
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Storm Watching in Tofino
Every winter vacationers from around the world have been defying logic as they flock to the picturesque fishing villages of Ucluelet and Tofino to go storm watching.