The new Slocan City Hotel is the premiere boutique hotel servicing the quickly growing Village of Slocan, the Slocan Valley, and its surrounding areas.
Nestled in the heart of the Slocan Valley, the Slocan City Hotel is a hidden gem for music lovers and creative types.
The newly renovated space preserves the original charm of the historic building, featuring five unique hotel rooms, including a wheelchair accessible room on the main floor. The hotel is also home to a music venue, which hosts regular events with national, local, and international talent. So whether you’re looking for a place to stay or just a good time, be sure to keep an eye out for upcoming music & art events at the Slocan City Hotel.
Fun stuff to do
Enjoy Free Wifi
Available Staff 24/7
Comfortable Queen Beds
Our fully wheelchair accessible queen room complete with private bathroom is perfect for those who need a little extra accessibility. Our rollaway bed is also available for an extra guest.
Eco Friendly & Sustainable
If you’re looking for something that’s good for the environment, this is the perfect place to stay. We use green energy sources and construction materials that are sustainable, so you can feel good about your stay with us.
Newly Renovated Rooms
We’ve just completed a full renovation on our historical building and we can’t wait for you to see it. Our location in the heart of Slocan Valley allows you to enjoy all that nature has to offer, and our modern amenities ensure your comfort.
The Slocan Valley’s newest culinary venture.
We are thrilled to host The Lobby Grill at the Slocan City Hotel. Our casual dining experience celebrates the best of the Kootenays, using locally sourced ingredients that reflect the vibrant spirit of Slocan. From our signature loaded burgers to the classic goodness of British-style fish and chips, every dish is prepared with care and served with a warm welcome.
Events & Fun things to do in Slocan City
Guests come to unwind and enjoy the sunshine at the beach, to canoe, kayak, paddle board, or to float down the Slocan River. There is also great rock climbing right in town on the lake’s edge. There are endless opportunities for hiking and exploring in Valhalla Provincial Park or on one of the many trails in the area. The winter months offer a quiet, snow filled retreat with great access to the backcountry for alpine ski touring or boarding. Bring your snowshoes and cross-country skis and hit the groomed 50 km rail trail right from town.