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Swiss Chalet Motel - Revelstoke

Has anyone stayed here? What did you think of it? There's 4 of us heading to Revelstoke in February, so we got the 2 queen beds with the kitchenette for $229 each. If anyone knows of a better place with a kitchenette or kitchen for not too much more money (under $290 each) let me know. Thanks

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FAMILY HAPPENS AT SWISS CHALET

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have you looked into the regular motels in revelstoke? it's not like it's an hour away.

isn't there a sandman out there

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Here are some more hotels in Revelstoke that I am familiar with. Not sure which offer kitchenettes, but most are in the $70-$100 range for a 2-queen bed standard room.
Quite a few offer stay-n-ride packages, where you get a lift ticket to RMR included with your stay to make it a bit cheaper than buying separately.
The Regent Inn - Historic Elegance & Luxury <-- decent bar downstairs (partied here)
Days Inn & Suites - Revelstoke BC <-- hot tub on roof (stayed here, it was cool)
Welcome to Revelstoke Super 8 Motel!
Powder Springs (stayed here, was fine, low cost)
The Hillcrest Hotel - a Coast Resort - Revelstoke BC Canada
Inn on the River - Riverside Revelstoke Accommodations - Revelstoke Mountain Resort Ski Accommodation
Monashee Lodge, Revelstoke BC
Revelstoke Motel
Sandman Hotels - Inns - Suites - Revelstoke, British Columbia
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I hope by $290 each you mean per night, not per person lol Should be able to find a cheaper deal, call around.

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i mean per person for the week. I checked pretty well all of the places you listed and nothing really sucked us in, and what did didn't have a kitchen

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So that's roughly $1100 total for the week, which is reasonable.
Another option.. check out the local classifieds (links below), sometimes there are postings for vacation rentals (cabins) you can rent on a monthly or weekly basis. I've seen some for $600-$1000/month... sure it's a month, but you save a bit of money still. However there doesn't seem to be any listed at the moment.

Local Newspaper: Rental listings on Revelstoke Times Review : local classifieds, buy and sell locally, cars, furniture, pets, real estate, merchandise and more.
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Craigslist & Kiji (search the towns of Vernon, Kamloops, Kelowna for "revelstoke")
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awesome, thanks. I'll check that out

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by week do you mean 5 days, 7 nights, what?

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yea, 7 nights, and then hopefully board 5 or 6 days depending how the legs are feeling and the conditions

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/\ we rode 4 days at revy last year, legs were murdered (5 would have been a push, but hard to say no to. 6 days would have equated to a mistake in the glades for sure)
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yea, 7 nights, and then hopefully board 5 or 6 days depending how the legs are feeling and the conditions
so $130 per night

not bad

although that place looks dinky as fuck

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