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Wonderful place to stay overnight or a week.Great view with lots of free parking,pool.hut tub and free breakfast.Best bang for your dollar.Very friendly staff and close to town and graet walking trails in area.
A little way out of town on the other side of Lake Kootenay but only a 5 minute drive across the Orange Bridge. The motel is dated and does not look appealing from the outside. Our room, a suite was very unappealing outside with dirty...More
Villa is just a motel, so don't go thinking it's a luxury hotel. If you keep that in mind, you'll really like it. It's not in the centre of Nelson (the only drawback) but it's super clean and the staff is really friendly. Villa happened...More
The Villa Motel was a great place to stay. Located across the bridge from town it took us about 7 minutes in the car to get to Baker Street. Hotel staff was super friendly and helpful, and while the rooms are a bit older they...More
Very nice place to stay,across the bridge From downtown Nelson.
Rooms are clean and cosy.
There's indoor pool and complimentary waffle breakfast!
There is also some 1 and 2 bedroom suites available.
A great choice at a reasonable price!
I didn't know Trip Advisor had this feature. Sorry for the extreme delay in providing an answer to your question. For the moment, our Online Travel Agents (Expedia, Hotels, Booking, etc) show us as a "no meal... More
I didn't know Trip Advisor had this feature. Sorry for the extreme delay in providing an answer to your question. For the moment, our Online Travel Agents (Expedia, Hotels, Booking, etc) show us as a "no meal included". However, we offer a complimentary continental that is from 8am-10am in our small lobby that serves waffles, toast, bagels, cereal, coffee, tea, and juice.
In 2018, we will launch our first restaurant on-site that will feature a hot breakfast.
Great question. One that not all businesses explain why they do or don't accept cats. We accepted cats until an incident 4 years ago. One of our guests brought in a cat and assured us she had a litter box and litter. Her... More
Great question. One that not all businesses explain why they do or don't accept cats. We accepted cats until an incident 4 years ago. One of our guests brought in a cat and assured us she had a litter box and litter. Her room was set to do not disturb for 10 nights. Due to other reasons we had to enter the room. Let's just say we got the shock of our life. Unfortunately there was a hefty price to be paid to rectify this issue and loss of sales. Not sure if it was due to the length of stay but we had to gut the room and bleach it. Even then the stench wouldn't go away. We bleached the bones of the room 4 times a day for two weeks. Then rebuild the room from the bones.
Cats are very clean animals and it is often the owner at fault. Dogs need to be walked publicly multiple times daily. Cats remain in the room. This added layer of obscurity is the reason.
Dogs do make little accidents but these have always been easy to fix. As an accommodation we need to be able to fix any types of problem within a day as we need to resell a room.
I hope that answers your question. Bottom line is that accepting cats is too much of a risk considering how badly we were affected. The memory of that incident is almost traumatizing.
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"although the price includes continental breakfast, it really was not very good quality food."