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Canadian Princess Resort

Canadian Princess Resort Review

Permanently moored in Ucluelet's marina, this 1932 steam-powered survey ship is a fun, albeit cramped, lodging. Though hardly opulent, the staterooms are comfortable, with one to four berths and shared bathrooms. The captain's cabin is a full suite with a private bath. The resort's more expensive shoreside rooms are more like motel rooms. They are bigger, if less atmospheric, with private entrances, contemporary furnishings, and patios or balconies; a few have fireplaces, and some are large good budget choice. Cons: shared bathrooms; fishing boats sometimes fire up their engines in the early morning; open seasonally.

    Hotel Details

  • 46 shoreside rooms, 27 shipboard cabins without bath, 1 suite.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed mid-Sept.–mid-May.
Updated: 05-07-2012

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