The Best Western Tin Wis Rsrt Ldg is located in Tofino, Canada
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Travel to the end of the road, and discover Tofino, the jewel of Canada's west coast. Its stunning location on British Colombia's Clayoquot Sound attracts surfers, campers and hikers, bird and bear watchers, fishermen, and storm watchers. Visitors throng yearly for whale-watching opportunities and First Nations cultural touring, and to discover nearby Pacific Rim National Park Reserve.see all hotels in Tofino
"Good location infront of ocean"
Not happy with the front desk staff, as when I called from the room and ask if the dogs are allowed on the property without leach and the girl told me yes they are allowed . The reason I asked because the guest beside us had big dog running around and I have couple kids who were scared to evn go out because of the big dog outside. My trip was for the […] kids and front desk staff misguide me and didn't do anything to resolve the issue, she just told me that dogs are allowed without leach. And when I was checking out I saw a big sign in front of the desk that the dogs must always be leached otherwise guest could be fined. I didn't want to ruin my coming back trip as i was already upset due to the dogs running around and my kids were scared. They couldn't enjoy they were crying And scAred . Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
This hotel was clean and comfortable with a fast and efficient check-in, but we found this pension to be surprisingly expensive, especially for the time of year and the amenities offered in the area. The rooms are getting a little dated...their new eco TV remote didn't work at all. Front desk staff were businesslike but not overly friendly, and they […] didn't exude much personal warmth. Sadly, the entire Tofino area seems somewhat of a tourist trap with most everything in the area being a bit overpriced and offering poor value for the dollar. The adjacent Pacific Rim National Park isn't worth visiting. Expensive (high parking fees) and everything that goes on in the park is bureaucratic, micromanaged and controlled to the point of suffocation. Your better off visiting one of the Provincial Parks. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
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