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Kwa’lilas Hotel has the newest, most comprehensive meeting and conference facilities on North Vancouver Island.

A total of over 4,000 square feet of meeting and event space includes a large ballroom with an over-height ceiling plus four additional meetings rooms that can accommodate occasions from small, intimate gatherings to large events in Port Hardy, BC.

Meeting Space

Our ballroom is suitable for up to 120 people seated at tables or 250 people for a stand-up reception. We have a variety of meeting spaces for single events or to accommodate conferences that require breakout areas. We have three meeting rooms that are able to accommodate a range of 50 to 100 people, a boardroom for 16 people, and a combination office/meeting room workspace for 6 people. Each of our banquet rooms can accommodate social distancing,

Each space is bright and airy with large windows to let in natural light and blackout blinds for the option to darken the space for presentations. Each meeting room has climate control for the comfort of your guests.  A/V equipment is available for rent.

View Our Meeting and Conference Facilities Information Sheet PDF

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Our culinary team caters all of our on-site and off-site events, delighting customers with fresh, west coast cuisine.

Bring your conference, meeting or event to Kwa’lilas Hotel and our knowledgeable and professional staff will assist you to make your event the perfect occasion.

Covid-19 Safety Policies

At the Kwa’lilas Hotel, our number one priority is the well-being, health, and safety of our guests and team members. Our team members are trained to handle situations that may occur at our hotel and we have confidence in their abilities. We are also emphasizing the importance of good hand hygiene based on recommendations from local & provincial health authorities. We have strict hand hygiene policies for our team members before eating or preparing food and after using the bathroom. We also encourage guests to frequently wash their hands with soap and warm water.