Waterfront Inn is a two-star hotel with 20 rooms, situated in Penticton, Canada. It faces the sandy beaches and is five minutes’ drive from Skaha Meadows Golf Course.
Rooms are equipped with air conditioner, coffee/tea maker, in-room safe, microwave and refrigerator. Bathroom is provided with shower/tub combination and hair dryer. Rollaway/extra beds are available. Guests can make free local calls.
Pets are allowed on extra charges. Services like laundry, fax, photocopying and safety deposit box can be availed by the guests. There are BBQ facilities and a sun terrace. Activities like tennis, snorkelling, hiking, windsurfing, diving and cycling can be taken up by the guests. Parking and Wi-Fi are complimentary.
Breakfast is not available. Vending machine for drinks is present. Few restaurants and bars are located close by.
Penticton Regional Airport is less than a mile away from Waterfront Inn. Wine Country Visitor Center is three miles away from the hotel.
The best part about the hotel is the beautiful location right next to the lovely Skaha Lake. It is also close to the beach and a park lies just across the street. Guests loved shopping as well as wine tasting in the town of Penticton. Kids enjoyed themselves in the water park, which is a few blocks away from the hotel.
Interesting sports activities
are many sports activities that can be taken up the sports enthusiasts as well
as guests who would like to try out new water sports. The list includes
parasailing, rock climbing, sailing, mountain biking, water skiing, windsurfing
and of course golf. Ecotours arranged for guests who love to spend time
watching the birds and animals are also very interesting say guests.
The owners and staff members were genuinely concerned and very warm while dealing with every guest. Peter and his better half were amazing hosts. They went out of their way to lend a helping hand to the guests. They were also very informative about the local places of interests while helping the guests plan their trip.
Rooms need upgradation
Many guests were of the view that the rooms needed some renovation. They had a very tired look and could do with some changes in the upholstery and furnishings. Rooms were quite small too.
The walls were very thin due to which the guests could hear their neighbours talk and laugh way beyond midnight. This in turn did not allow them to get a good nights’ rest.
The beds were too hard for the comfort levels of many guests. Bedsheets and towels were reportedly dirty in many rooms.