VCRL Hospitality Inc.
Campbell River, BC
Building Area: 5,820 sm (62,645 sf)
Hotel 3,790 sm (40,795 sf)
55 Guest Rooms
This 55-room hotel is centrally located in downtown Campbell River along the waterfront. The project contributes to the City’s vision of creating a vibrant downtown core with a mix of commercial shops, services and housing.
An expressive sloped roof with exposed timber columns, shelter guests as they arrive at the hotel’s porte-cochere. The building is planned to orient views from the main floor lobby, breakfast room and indoor pool, as well as from the upper-level guest rooms and balconies east towards the ocean. Other amenities include a fitness centre, banquet room and business center.
The building architecture is influenced both by its immediate context as well as historic commercial waterfront buildings. These are typically characterized by shed roofs, simple massing forms and punched windows. Vaulted public spaces with expansive glass walls and expressive timber detailing contribute to defining this hotel as unique and inviting.
View of the Campbell River Hotel, showcasing a manicured landscaped water feature and welcome sign.
View of the main entrance into Campbell River Hotel. Exposed wood elements compose the porte-cochère, creating a warm arrival for guests.
Interior view of the lounge and kitchen framed by glulam wood members.
Interior view of the generous lounge and fireplace.
Interior view of the spa, accompanied by exposed wood glulam beams overhead.
Interior view of the pool, accompanied by exposed wood glulam beams, and a view.