Specials & Packages
Treat someone special on Valentines Day or any Friday / Saturday in February for $198 ($99 per person, based on double occupancy). The Romance Package includes one night’s stay in our Mountain View King or Queen room, chocolate dipped strawberries and sparkling wine, a $75 voucher for dinner at ha’me’ Restaurant and a complimentary hot breakfast for two, including brewed coffee and gratuities.
For hundreds of years the Gwa’sala Nakwaxda’xw and surrounding First Nations have woven cedar fibers. Your romance getaway also includes hands on instruction and materials to create personalized woven cedar bracelets for each of you ($120 value).Book Special
Guest Rooms at Kwa’lilas Hotel
Ocean View Suite
Experience luxury, style and ocean views from one of our two executive suites. From the living room, french doors open to the bed room and oversized ensuite.
- Living Area with Sofabed, Armchair and Wet Bar
- Bedroom with 1 King Bed and Wardrobe Closet
- Guest Washroom and Ensuite Washroom with his and hers vanities, deep soaker tub and walk in shower
Amenities at Kwa’lilas Hotel
Enjoy the hospitality at ha’me’ restaurant where local, fresh west coast cuisine is served daily; enjoy cool refreshments and small plate snacks in the relaxed atmosphere of nax’id’ Pub; or browse the local Indigenous art collection in the gift boutique, lobby and throughout the hotel. At Kwa’lilas Hotel, you can enjoy your stay your way.Find out more about dining at Kwa'lilas Hotel
The Kwa’lilas Hotel is located in the traditional territories of the Kwakiutl people. Meaning “a place to sleep”, the “Kwa’lilas” hotel was named by the Gwa’sala ‘Nakwaxda’xw elders in hopes that guests may find peaceful rest after a day of exploration on North Vancouver Island.Learn More About the Kwa'lilas Hotel
Destination: Port Hardy
Port Hardy offers a wealth of outdoor activities and cultural experiences. Spend a relaxing day at San Josef Bay, venture out on the Salish sea in search of whales or learn about the culture and history of the area at the museum.Things to Do in Port Hardy