April Point Resort & Spa Quadra Island 2 nights


The April Point Resort, which started as a fishing camp in the 1940s, has since evolved into a glorious oceanfront retreat that’s been modernized without losing its original historic charm. Guests can take on BC’s mighty salmon, or just get away from it all. Each room offers an ocean view and beautiful decor. The Oceanfront Restaurant and Sushi Bar offers world-class West Coast cuisine, focusing on seafood and pasta dishes with a unique fresh sushi bar. The large dining room features ocean views from every table, and outdoor dining on the wraparound sundeck. After dinner, guests can relax in the cozy fireside lounge in the main lodge.

The resort also offers the Aveda Concept Spa, which is set in the manicured gardens of the resort on the shores of Discovery Passage, in the centre of a tranquil pool. Housed in a Japanese-inspired building, the spa combines stunning views with the Aveda philosophy of relaxation. It offers a wide variety of treatments and options.

The resort is on the largest and most populated of the Discovery Islands. From Quadra Island to downtown Campbell River, it is only a 10-minute BC Ferries trip. Nestled between Vancouver Island and the mainland, Quadra is best known for its scenery and excellent salmon and freshwater sport fishing. But the island also offers diving, hiking, mountain biking, sea kayaking and year-round culture and wildlife viewing. Rolling forested hills offer over 200 kilometres of hiking trails, and mountain bikers have countless back roads and trails to ride. The nearby inlets provide access to the vast Coast Range, one of the world's greatest mountain wilderness areas. The First Nations residents and global migrants together create a harmonious community rich in art and culture.

 

Top 5 things to do

  • Canoe or kayak in the calm waters surrounding the island
  • Rest and relax at the Aveda Concept Spa at April Point Resort
  • Experience a world-class salmon fishing tour
  • Enjoy a whale-watching or wildlife viewing tour
  • Explore the island by hiking, mountain biking or scenic drives

Additional Activities can be added to your package during the booking process

Day 1

Day 1 - Vancouver to Quadra Island

Ferry: Campbell River (Campbell River) to Quadra Island (Quadra Island)
Ferry: West Vancouver (Horseshoe Bay) to Nanaimo (Departure Bay)

Staying at: April Point Resort (Standard Ocean View Room)
900 April Point Road, Quathiaski Cove, BC, Canada, V0P 1N0

Start with a scenic 100-minute cruise across the Gulf of Georgia to the shores of Vancouver Island and the city of Nanaimo. On arrival in Nanaimo, begin the coastal drive to Campbell River. Or, for a faster but less scenic route, you can take the Island Highway (Highway 19) to Campbell River. If you have the time, visit the sandy beachfront communities of Parksville and Qualicum Beach and explore Campbell River and the Comox Valley. In Campbell River, take your second sailing of the day across Discovery Passage to Quadra Island. This 10-minute voyage brings you into Quathiaski Cove. From there, it’s just a short drive until you’re at the front desk of the resort. After you check in, you can go on an adventure or just relax and unwind.

Day 2

Day 2 - Quadra Island

Staying at: April Point Resort (Standard Ocean View Room)
900 April Point Road, Quathiaski Cove, BC, Canada, V0P 1N0

Spend the day exploring Quadra Island. Visit galleries or artists’ studios, or take advantage of many outdoor recreation possibilities. You can also visit the Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre (formerly known as Kwagiulth Museum). The Centre opened in 1979 to house the returned portion of the Potlatch Collection of sacred ceremonial objects and cedar bark regalia, which were used in Kwagiulth winter ceremonies.

Day 3

Day 3 - Quadra Island to Vancouver

Ferry: Nanaimo (Departure Bay) to West Vancouver (Horseshoe Bay)
Ferry: Quadra Island (Quadra Island) to Campbell River (Campbell River)

Spend the morning exploring Quadra Island. Visit galleries and artists’ studios, or take advantage of superb outdoor recreation possibilities. Then visit the Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre (admission not included), formerly known as Kwagiulth Museum. The Centre opened in 1979 to house the returned portion of the Potlatch Collection of sacred ceremonial objects and cedar bark regalia, which were used in Kwagiulth winter ceremonies. During your return journey to Vancouver, you can stop en route at the many communities and beaches along the way.

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Day 1 - Vancouver to Quadra Island

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Directions

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Notes

Please note April Point Resort is open seasonally from May 15 to September 30, 2019.

 

 

 

 

Today's price from $315 CAD

+ $11.50 GST. Per person based on double occupancy. Includes ferry & accommodation. Surcharges may apply.

Available May through September

Sorry, Quadra Island Retreat April Point is not available to book online.

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Package includes

  • Accommodation Two nights’ accommodation at the April Point Resort in a Standard Ocean View Room; max. 4 ppl.**
  • Ferry Round trip on BC Ferries from Metro Vancouver to Vancouver Island, and from Campbell River to Quadra Island for two adults and one car
  • Pets Welcome Pets are welcome; additional charges apply. Please call us to confirm your pet room.

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