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This was our fourth stay at the Alpine Inn. It is our go-to place when we visit Nelson. We find it to be quiet, comfortable and affordable. The beds are comfy, rooms are clean and staff are very friendly and helpful. Quick walk to our...More
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If you want something away from town but a one minute drive. This is your place. Older motel but reno'd rooms. Big screen with some high def. Comfortable bed and quiet. Definitely would stay again. Robert the manager was very helpful and friendly.
Nice quiet Motel 2 min. drive from downtown area, or walk downhill 1 kilometer. Nice view of lake and mountain range. Staff were very nice. There was a Bbq and picnic tables with a separate smoking area.Rooms were recently updated and very comfortable. We had...More
We stayed at this hotel while on our bike trip through BC. Quaint little place with upgrades done to the outside and inside. Rooms were cozy with that old charm. Also liked the quietness of the place. Sitting in front of your room at night...More
We stayed for a week at the Alpine Inn, during Coldsmoke festival up at Whitewater. Honestly, it was the perfect place to relax after a day of hard skiing. The rooms are extremely comfortable (and super clean): very spacious with lots of room to store...More
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There should be enough parking available that no-one has to park elsewhere besides buses, semi-trucks etc. Parking can get tight sometimes in the summer but there are enough parking spots. Especially in the... More
There should be enough parking available that no-one has to park elsewhere besides buses, semi-trucks etc. Parking can get tight sometimes in the summer but there are enough parking spots. Especially in the winter.
Don't worry about asking for an updated room as suggested in one of the latest reviews. All rooms are updated to the same extend (June 2016) besides carpets and kitchens. Go to "rooms and rates" on our website and click on the individual room-types. It will show you some photos of that particular room-type.
The walk to Baker street is very doable in summer as well as in most winter days. After some fresh snow you might want to consider driving into town or take a cab but I would say that one can walk at least 9 out of 10 times in the winter.