May 10, 2020
Canadian Princess Lodge and Marina is preparing for the reopening of lodge operations projected for June 2020. We are closely following BC Government Restart Plan Phases and and will implement and ensure overall alignment with the Public Health and Safety Guidelines and WorkSafeBC.
As per phase 3 of the BC Government Restart Plan, the Premier announced that if Covid-19 transmission rates remain low or in decline, under enhanced protocols Hotels and Resorts will open.
Canadian Princess Lodge & Marina lives by a core value “take care of our guests, associates and community”. In the meantime during closure we have been working hard in renovations and updating cleaning + operational protocols and we cannot wait til the day we open our lodge doors to you all again.
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Canadian Princess Lodge and Marina has decided to implement a FULL closure of lodge operations at this time.
Within the past few days, Canadian Princess Lodge and Marina has continued to monitor the ongoing advisories of the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Federal Government in respects to the impact of COVID-19.
We have chosen to adjust operations procedures according to a proactive response to COVID-19. However, we understand the lodge must do its part as a an impactful resource to the reduction of visitors to Ucluelet. For the health and safety of staff and community members alike, based on the recommendations of the Public Health and Safety Agency of Canada, the Federal Government, The District of Tofino, Tofino-Long Beach Chamber of Commerce we have decided the only course of action is to implement full closure until further notice.
We understand that this is a difficult time for us but we are in this together. Canadian Princess Lodge & Marina lives by a core value “take care of our guests, associates and community”. This enduring value guides us as we face the difficult challenge of responding to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Please know that we are vigilantly monitoring the COVID-19 situation around the clock and have precautions in place to ensure a healthy envirnment at our lodge.
We are hopeful to re-open at a date in April 2020, currently to be announced and will continue to keep our staff, community members, and visitors alike updated.
*To all our guests that have booked your stay within the next 30 days, Guest Services will contact each and every one of you and you will receive a full refund/no penalty fees. Guests whom are currently staying at the lodge will be allowed to finish our their stays.*
On behalf of all the team, we encourage everyone to stay at home for the next two weeks, practice social distancing and keep yourself and your family healthy and safe.
We thank everyone for their understanding and respects in this decision.
For updates on ferry schedules, please visit this travel advisory page on the BC Ferries website:
PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY OF CANADA
Currently, the Public Health Agency of Canada has assessed the public health risk for Canada as low. Stay up-to-date by visiting these Federal and Provincial links:
- Public Health Agency of Canada: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection.html
- BC Centre for Disease Control: http://www.bccdc.ca/about/news-stories/stories/2020/information-on-novel-coronavirus
- Island Health: https://www.islandhealth.ca/learn-about-health/diseases-conditions/novel-coronavirus-information
Thank you for your continued love and support for our business and we hope that we are able to welcome you soon!
Canadian Princess Lodge & Marina
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Stay in the heart of the Pacific Rim with plenty of adventures…RIGHT AT YOUR DOORSTEP.
The Canadian Princess Lodge is a beautiful newly renovated 46 room lodge and 250 ft marina. It is located on the west coast of Vancouver Island in Ucluelet, which is straddled between the famous Pacific Rim and the iconic Broken Islands. The lodge consists of standard rooms, lofts and suites. All rooms have fridges, microwaves, private balconies, waterviews and free WiFi. As well as, the marina is available for daily, weekly, monthly guest boat moorage and local marina tourism business rentals such as sport fishing, whale watching, kayaking. Please contact property direct for marina enquires.
Come join us at The Canadian Princess Lodge, centrally located just off the Peninsula Road and nearby many local sights, attractions, shops and restaurants. Perched on the edge of the Ucluelet Boat Basin, we are steps away from the downtown core, and half-way between the iconic Long Beach and the Wild Pacific Trail.
Although the fishing charters and dining boat are no longer in service, we are putting all of our efforts into the hotel operations in order to provide guests with the best possible accommodation experience. Take advantage of the untamed nature and sublime scenery while surfing, hiking, and enjoying the wildlife. Make the Canadian Princess Lodge your base for exploration and adventure.
Discover Nature at it’s FinestTHE BEAUTIFUL PACIFIC RIM.
The Pacific Rim National Park Reserve of Canada is made up of the Long Beach Unit, the Broken Group Islands Unit and the West Coast Trail Unit. The Long Beach Unit is located just moments from the outskirts of Ucluelet on Highway 4.
Ucluelet also offers water access to the Broken Group Islands Unit, an archipelago of islands, inlets, and coves sheltered in Barkley Sound.
Most popular activities inUCLUELET, BRITISH COLUMBIA
This is the first, and only, catch and release aquarium in British Columbia, releasing all of the animals on the aquarium back into nature.
The majestic giants that rule to waters are a must see when visiting. Thankfully most of the bear watching charters also take you through the whale viewing hotspots.
For many travelers the first thing that they do when arriving in Ucluelet is heading to the beach, only 25 minutes away, and jumping into the water.
Ucluelet-Long Beach as well as Tofino and the Pacific Rim National Park are unforgettable places to explore.