Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Hotel, Motel & Inn Industry Overview
Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Region Hotel, Motel & Inn Industry Overview
Hotel/Motel Rooms Available in Metro Vancouver
More than half of all traveller nights in the Vancouver, Coast & Mountains were spent staying with friends and family for all markets of origin excluding US travellers. US residents spent half of their nights in hotels. Staying in campgrounds or RV parks was not as common in this region as in other tourism regions.
Top Markets For Vancouver, Coast & Mountains
British Columbia residents make up the largest share of overnight visitation (48%), but a much lower share of spending (23%) compared to other tourism regions. In addition, the region has the largest market share of Washington and Californian travellers compared to other regions.
Vancouver, West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Abbotsford, Bowen Island, Burnaby, Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Delta, Gibsons, Harrison Hot Springs, Hope, Horseshoe Bay, Ladner, Langley, Lund, Maple Ridge, Mission, New Westminster, Pemberton, Powell River, Richmond, Sechelt, Surrey, Squamish, Whistler, White Rock.
Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Region Hotel, Motel & Inn Industry Research Reports
Vancouver continues to rank as a top international destination based on its natural beauty, Indigenous culture, diversity, health and wellness, commitment to sustainability, gateway to the Pacific Rim, and integrated tourist infrastructure.
The Metro Vancouver Destination Development Strategy focuses on increasing the capacity for responsible tourism growth and ensuring the visitor experience is enhanced to better disperse visitors and spread the benefits of tourism to all communities.
This project was a joint initiative between the District of Squamish, Squamish Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Squamish to better understand the impact of the tourism industry in the Squamish area.
Whistler’s economy has strengthened over the past few years, with solid growth in guest visitation contributing to higher consumer spending in Whistler and subsequently, an increased contribution to both the local and provincial economy.
Building on the successful collaboration between the Sunshine Coast and qathet Regional Districts, the Sunshine Coast Tourism Strategic Plan 2021-2026 will continue to advance the destination development and tourism aspirations of the region.
This profile provides a general overview of the region and summarizes the latest data available about overnight travellers visiting the Vancouver, Coast & Mountains.
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