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Three Valley Lake Chateau & Ghost Town
Ranked #11 of 20 Hotels in Revelstoke
Reviewed 13 October 2013

My wife and I stayed at the Three Valley Lake Chateau during August this year.
The view of the lake from all the rooms is quite spectacular.
The staff are very friendly and always happy to help.
The décor is a little tired but the location makes up for this.
We had an evening meal and breakfast in the restaurant which was basic but still very enjoyable.
Our stay was only for one night but with the facilities available to you, a longer stay would be worth while.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 October 2013

This hotel is wonderfully situated right on the lake, looking across to one of Canada's few remaining railway lines (so a good view of the 2 kilometre-long freight trains as they make their stately way past).

The hotel was built quite a few years ago and could do with a serious updating - although it is comfortable enough. The restaurant was of normal Canadian standards - so the food was ample if not all that imaginative. As is so often the case in hotels, the beer choice was terrible. Even though Canada now produces some of the world's finest beers, the choice was limited to a few flavourless mock-pilsners.

Guests get a discount when visiting the adjacent ghost town - an eclectic selection of old buildings, cars and railway memorabilia.

We didn't try the pool or the fitness centre but they looked OK.

Room Tip: Families should consider asking for one of the suites - ours was toom 360 - since these a very good...
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  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 10 October 2013

It had been six years since my husband and I had stayed here on our honeymoon and I was finally able to return - this time with my two small children. I had loved this place back in 2006 and loved it just as much this go around. This is a place for people who appreciate character , history and charm, not for those seeking five star cookie cutter accommodations. This place has so many endearing features such as the Thomas the tank engine table in the lobby ,a library up above featuring all kinds of eclectic books you can check out and read, a quirky indoor garden, the Titanic themed swimming pool that has now spurred a fascination with all things titanic related for my son, and the giant indoor checker board surrounded by comfy couches like you would find at your grandma's place. Its awesome. The view from the rooms is stunning as the setting is completely magical and there is a little beach for the kids to explore. We added on the ghost town tour to our room rental and it was an awesome way to spend a chilly fall evening - roaming the incredible collection of old buildings and trains.. there is even a kids play area randomly located in the midst of the train round house complete with a toy kitchen!! This place is full of surprises and my kids could have stayed here for days on end. The history behind the location really adds to the experience and you feel good spending your travel dollars to stay here as these are the kinds of places that make BC special and need to be preserved. My only suggestion if anyone from management reads this is to provide a bucket of pool noodles beside the swimming pool for the kids as the pool is so very interesting but too deep for children who don't swim and the pool noodles would really allow kids to fully enjoy the experience as they were restricted to using the hot tub only due to the pool's depth. That is my only suggestion and it is super minor because we REALLY loved this place and will gladly drive the extra 15 mins out of Revelstoke to stay here instead :)

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 2 October 2013

topped here for breakfast on a recent trip.. Fantastic location with spectacular views of the lake and mountains. The other positive is the resort's uniqueness. Large property including the restaurant, hotel, gift shop and the ghost town. The hotel is old and tired judging by the condition of the lobby. The ghost town is interesting especially the classic car collection and rail car exhibits. The classic car collection is very impressive and includes numerous vintage automobiles from 1902 and later models. The train exhibits include vintage rail cars including the car used by Pierre Trudeau in 1982, ad the private rail car used by Sir John Eaton. Breakfast was just average-nothing special. Service was prompt and friendly. Certainly worth a stop on one's travels in the area.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 28 September 2013 via mobile

This hotel has a really great setting. We stayed in a loft suite which was really nice and something a bit different! There's a living area downstairs with sofa, table and chairs, fridge, tv and bathroom and upstairs a comfortable double bed, tv and a balcony with great views. Yes, the decor is a little dated but I thought it had a nice rustic charm. There's no air con, but fans were provided.
We only stayed for the one night, so didn't make use of the facilities, but you can hire canoes from the lake and take helicopter rides and there's a pool and games room. There's a restaurant and gift shop. We had breakfast in the morning and you definitely get your money's worth!
There's no phone service and wifi is a bit hit and miss and only available in certain areas, but if you're aware of this before your stay, it shouldn't be a problem!
We thought it was a really sweet place and would stay again :-)

  • Stayed: September 2013
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Reviewed 24 September 2013

I was a part of a group that stayed at 3 Valley Gap on September 12th. When we arrived, they were well prepared for our group and anticipating our arrival.
There's lots of parking (even for motorhomes or large vehicles) and the hotel portion is tucked down below the highway to eliminate noise.
We were fortunate to do one of the ghost town tours, and it did not disappoint. The amount of history in that place is unbelievable. It's so nice to see the family all still working at the property that was built 50 years ago.
It's easy to drive past, but there's so much to stop and look at. I can't wait to go back with my own family. Kids would love this place!

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled on business
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Reviewed 23 September 2013

We headed to Three Valley Gap to see the 'ghost' town and certainly were not disappointed. All of the historical buildings were lovingly moved here to create a new town, begining about 1960. The layout is as if it were really a town that had been there for 100+ years. Lots of blooming flowers, all neat and tidy. The buildings were stuffed w/antiques and also had info in them to let us knowthe history. The whole self-guided walk took about 2 hours, we're slow! We had decided to stay at the hotel as it was getting late in the day and we're glad we did. Lovely gardens, great view of the lake, friendly staff. And for the cost of the room ! Wow, sure made some of our other stops seem terribly overpriced. Dinner was just ok, more of a coffee shop than a dining room but that was fine. My salmon was good and that's what's important, eh? Make sure you get out and walk the whole hotel and grounds!

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  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with family
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Address: 8903 Trans Canada Hwy | PO Box 860, Revelstoke, British Columbia V0E 2S0, Canada
Region: Canada > British Columbia > Kootenay Rockies > Revelstoke
Amenities:
Beach Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #11 of 20 Hotels in Revelstoke
Price Range: £84 - £129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2.5 star — Three Valley Lake Chateau & Ghost Town 2.5*
Number of rooms: 200
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
A lakefront hotel in Revelstoke nestled between stunning Three Valley Lake and the Monashee Mountains, Three Valley Lake Chateau & Ghost Town offers a unique blend of modern comforts and historical attractions. Our Revelstoke resort features 200 comfortable guest room accommodations and suites with beautiful garden or lake views, an onsite restaurant, and a heritage ghost town tour, complete with 25 historic buildings from the late 1800s, an antique auto museum and a railway roundhouse. ... more   less 
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