The Prestige Treasure Cove Hotel, Best Western Premier Collection offers guests a unique experience with all the desired amenities. On-site restaurant, casino, swimming pool, waterslide, and hot tub all add to the enjoyment. Business travelers will appreciate the business center, fitness area, and meeting spaces. Centrally located, you’re only minutes away from pristine forests and lakes, and outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, and golf.
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Fitness facility & restaurant are closed. Take-out and room service are still available on-site.
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We are pet friendly. Dogs under 80 pounds, other pets at the discretion of hotel management. Pets must be on leashes at all times in the hotel and not left alone in guest rooms. If a pet is left unattended it must be in its crate. The pet friendly rate is $30 per night per pet. Owners are responsible for any costs associated with room damage or complaints by other guests.
Restaurant on-site. Grand Trunk Tavern & Oyster Bar & Grill
Bar/lounge. Grand Trunk Tavern & Oyster Bar & Grill
Indoor pool, heated, has a waterslide
Exercise facility, 24 hours, free
Weight lifting equipment
24-hour front desk
Safe deposit box
Children's activities, indoor pool & waterslide
Cable or satellite television
Free wireless internet available in public areas; Free in-room wireless internet access; Free wireless internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms; All guest rooms are hardwired and offer free wireless internet access
Business center, 24 hours, printing & photo copying available at the front desk (fees may apply)
Audio/visual equipment and services
Photo copying available at front desk
Convenience store/Sundry, limited items available at the front desk
Coffee shop. Second Cup
Physically challenged facilities
Elevator, wheelchair accessible
Parking for the physically challenged, 24 hours, free
Cold weather hook-ups
Local shuttle, 30 kilometer radius, there is a fee, service is an extension of the hotel. Guests will have to pay additional costs. Prince George Airport offers 24 hour airport shuttle at an additional cost. Hotel can make arrangements but cost is to the guest.
Free parking, 24 hours
Outdoor parking, 24 hours, free
Truck/RV parking, 24 hours, free
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Conference Centre opening Summer 2020
Cable or satellite television, CNN® or other 24 hour news station
AM/FM alarm clock
AM/FM radio stereo
Iron, ironing board
Desk/work area available
High-speed Internet access
Direct dial telephone
Two line phone
Free local calls under 30 minutes
Room service, from 11:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Easy chair available
Adjoining rooms available
Balcony available, there are 13 rooms with balconies
Rooms for the Physically Challenged: 3
Physically challenged rooms/facilities available
Bathtub seat available
Rails in bathroom available
Wheelchair accessible available
Raised toilet with grab bars available
Safety bar in shower available
4.2 kilometer(s) from CN - Supply Management
4.4 kilometer(s) from PG Fire Centre
12.9 kilometer(s) from Canfor Pulp
5 kilometer(s) from Northern Health
18.4 kilometer(s) from Canfor Wood Products
2.1 kilometer(s) from School District No. 57
8.5 kilometer(s) from Pinnacle Renewable Energy
4.3 kilometer(s) from Domcor
3 kilometer(s) from Finning
150 kilometer(s) from West Fraser Mills, Lejac Mill Site
4.8 kilometer(s) from Worksafe BC
1.8 kilometer(s) from Conifex
6.7 kilometer(s) from Railway & Forestry Museum, Central BC Railway & Forestry Museum revives Prince George's captivating history back to
an era when the railway was the region's lifeline and forestry was becoming BC's future. The Museum presents an interesting and fun industrial heritage attraction in a spacious park-like setting, where visitors are free to enjoy a "hands on - climb aboard" experience.
3.5 kilometer(s) from The Exploration Place Museum and Science Centre, discover local history, Explore hands-on science, Experience new exhibits. The Exploration Place Museum and Science Centre is owned and operated by the Fraser-Fort George Museum Society, a non-profit society and registered charity. Construction of the Museum was funded by the National Museums Assistance Program of Canada, the City of Prince George, and the Government of British Columbia. The Exploration Place was opened in 2001 with funding from the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George, The Government of Canada, Canfor Corporation, and The Government of British Columbia.
6.8 kilometer(s) from Cottonwood Island Nature, explore Cottonwood Island Nature Park's winding trails along the river. This is a local favourite and provides views of the historical vertical-lift rail bridge. Follow Highway 16 east to the foot of the Yellow Head Bridge on the east side of town. To the left, before the bridge is River Road heading north. Follow River Road to find multiple access point to the park, which will be on your right hand side.
As you walk through the park, keep your eyes open for unique carvings in the thick bark of Cottonwood Trees.
8.3 kilometer(s) from Northern Lights Winery, a division of Family Fast Foods Ltd. started construction in 2013 with the intention of being BC’s most northern winery. NLEW determined that it would produce a variety of fruit wines and blends using fruits primarily produced on site including blueberry, strawberry, haskap, gooseberry, apple, cherry, raspberry, black currant, and rhubarb in order to capitalize on local materials and climate. The orchard was built to include over 2 acres of land at the bottom of the Nechako cutbanks and leading up to the banks of the Nechako River. The production facility and wine tasting room were built on the bank the Nechako River and overlook the orchard and the downtown of Prince George, BC. Services that will be added to the property after the initial opening include tours, wedding services, and a restaurant.
25.3 kilometer(s) from Tabor Mountain Ski Resort, also known as Tabor Mountain Alpine Resort, is a ski resort located 20 km (12 mi) east of Prince George, British Columbia, Canada, adjacent to BC Hwy 16 on Mount Tabor. The resort has one triple chair, with a handle tow in the lessons area. Vertical drop: 255 m (836 ft), Base elevation: 785 m (2,575 ft), Top elevation: 1,040 m (3,412 ft), Skiable acreage: 73 hectares (180 acres), Number of winter runs: 21, Difficulty: Novice – 25%, Intermediate – 50%, Advanced – 25%. Number of lifts: 1 triple chair, 1 handle tow for lessons. Lift capacity: 1,450 skiers per hour.
1 block(s) from Treasure Cove Casino, located at the junction of Highway 16 and 97 South, the Treasure Cove Casino is nestled in the heart of Northern BC. We invite you to visit our 37,000 sq.ft state of the art entertainment facility. The Treasure Cove Casino is the largest gaming facility north of the lower mainland. As you step foot into this Tuscan themed setting, the impressive architectural design and welcoming atmosphere awaits you. Once inside, you can try your hand at a table game or at one of over 500 slot machines or just enjoy the ambiance of the Treasure Cove in the fully licensed casino. Come on in and experience the largest gaming and entertainment center north of the Lower Mainland. The Treasure Cove Casino has a private show lounge that seats up to 180 people and has had some impressive acts including comedian Brent Butt, Pauly Shore, Colin James, Grapes of Wrath and Econoline Crush.
3.9 kilometer(s) from Lheidli T'enneh Park, opened in June 2018 and involved four days of public events starting on National Indigenous Peoples Day (June 21) and continuing through to Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day, June 24. The events attracted approximately 2,500 attendees. The Pavilion is the result of a partnership between the City of Prince George and the Lheidli T'enneh that led to a shared vision for a space that is accessible for gatherings, performances, and other events. The Pavilion highlights the landscape's cultural significance, including the confluence of the Fraser and Nechako Rivers. Construction was also supported by funding from the Government of Canada's Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program, the Province of British Columbia, and Northern Development Initiative Trust.
4.6 kilometer(s) from Two Rivers Gallery, situated on the traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh, Two Rivers Gallery is a centre for contemporary Canadian art and creativity in Prince George and the central interior.
34.4 kilometer(s) from Fort George Canyon, this small park consists of two parcels on either side of the Fraser River south of the city of Prince George. Public recreation opportunities and trail access is available on the west side of the river. Up until 1914 the Fraser River was the highway in and out of this part of British Columbia and Fort George Canyon was one of the obstacles that sternwheelers had to navigate. Rapid and dangerous, this canyon abounds in whirlpools and massive, jagged rocks close to the surface. The park is day-use only. Natural Features: Historic Canyon on the Fraser River, the park protects the historic winch site used by paddle-wheeled boats in the early 1900s and related portage, a native fishing site and popular hiking trail. Stay Safe:Bring your own drinking water as potable water is not available in the park. Drinking out of any streams or lakes is not recommended unless the water has been filtered or treated.
Grand Trunk Tavern, on premises, Full Service, Mediterranean, Open for: lunch, dinner,
Treasure Cove Casino Cafe, on premises, Cafe, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch,
Across the street from Montana's, Full Service, Steak House, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1 block(s) from Rockford Grill, Full Service, Pacific Rim, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1 block(s) from Canadian Brewhouse, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1 block(s) from Dragon Stone Grill, Full Service, Pacific Rim, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1 block(s) from Mr. Mikes, Full Service, Steak House, Open for: lunch, dinner,
8.5 kilometer(s) from University of Northern BC, located in the spectacular landscape of northern British Columbia, UNBC is one of Canada’s best small universities. We have a passion for teaching, discovery, people, the environment, and the North. UNBC provides outstanding undergraduate and graduate learning opportunities that explore cultures, health, economies, sciences, and the environment.
4.1 kilometer(s) from College of New Caledonia, has served the needs of students in B.C.'s Central Interior since 1969—and with the inclusion of the B.C. Vocational School, since 1962.
The College offers a full range of Career, Technical, Vocational, and University Credit programming. Average annual enrollment is approximately 5,000 students.
4.6 kilometer(s) from Loxx Academy of Hair, students who attend the Loxx Academy of Hair Design are prepared to work in a constantly evolving industry. The Academy is committed to a 'students come first' policy, with a primary focus on education and professional development. Academy graduates have the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the competitive field of hairdressing.
5.4 kilometer(s) from Ms. Lorea’s College of Esthetics and Nail Technology, is one of BC’s premier esthetics colleges and the only college in northern BC that offers a comprehensive beauty program. The College provides a progressive curriculum, including Esthetician and Nail Technology Diplomas, which is continually updated to ensure students are on the leading edge of the beauty industry.
4.7 kilometer(s) from O'Brien Training, has over 40 years of training experience in the forestry, mining, transportation and construction industry providing industry specific and customized programs. Located in Prince George, BC, O'Brien Training is one of Canada’s most versatile training facilities. Our 500 acre Construction and Forestry Training site offers trainees a program that mirrors "real" working/production environments. O'Brien Training now offers full Recruitment Services through Core Recruitment.
519 kilometer(s) from Kamloops, British Columbia
369 kilometer(s) from Smithers, British Columbia
573 kilometer(s) from Terrace, British Columbia
716 kilometer(s) from Prince Rupert, British Columbia
780 kilometer(s) from Vancouver, British Columbia
378 kilometer(s) from Jasper, Alberta
742 kilometer(s) from Edmonton, Alberta
663 kilometer(s) from Banff, Alberta
787 kilometer(s) from Calgary, Alberta
4.7 kilometer(s) from Masich Place Stadium, was built in 1990 for the BC Summer Games and is home of the Prince George Track and Field Club. The national standard facility includes; 2 washrooms, 4 change rooms with showers, official’s room, offices, concession, first aid room, and covered seating for 1800 spectators. The track consists of 8 lanes – 400m with an infield dimension of 68.58m x 91.44m and is lighted.
4 kilometer(s) from YMCA of Northern BC, we offer children, teens, young adults, families, and seniors the opportunity for personal growth and create social change through child care services, camp programs, community health services, employment services, recreation and health and fitness services. We are part of an international and national organization that has brought lasting social change for over 130 years.
25.3 kilometer(s) from Tabor Mountain Ski Resort, also known as Tabor Mountain Alpine Resort, is a ski resort located on Mount Tabor. The resort has one triple chair, with a handle tow in the lessons area. Vertical drop: 255 m (836 ft)
Base elevation: 785 m (2,575 ft)
Top elevation: 1,040 m (3,412 ft)
Skiable acreage: 73 hectares (180 acres)
Number of winter runs: 21
Difficulty: Novice – 25%, Intermediate – 50%, Advanced – 25%
Lift capacity: 1,450 skiers per hour
5.8 kilometer(s) from Kin Centre, is a versatile complex complete with three arenas that hosts numerous hockey clubs, figure skating, lacrosse, and inline and ball hockey. This 50,000 square foot complex is ideal for hosting tournaments and is located in the heart of Exhibition Park. Connected to the Kin Centre is the CN Centre, a 6000 seat arena with full amenities and services. The newly updated Kin Centre, along with the CN Centre, represents the only arena in BC with two Olympic-to-NHL-size convertible rinks.
17.5 kilometer(s) from Elksentre Arena, ice skating rink was founded in 1976 and is an indoor rink, open seasonally from July 15th to May 31st. This single arena is located in the picturesque Hart Highway area, the city's northern residential area. This busy arena hosts numerous hockey clubs, figure skating, lacrosse, and roller hockey throughout the year and offers plenty of parking.
5.9 kilometer(s) from Exhibition Park Equestria, Centre and PG Agriplex, the area includes a rodeo grounds and race track; a speed skating oval (in the winter months), the CN Centre, the Kin Centre (a complex of three arenas), the Agriplex (an indoor riding arena), an outdoor riding arena and stabling facilities, loggers sports area, and the Sports Centre, home of the British Columbia Northern Exhibition (BCNE) and Prince George Gymnastics Club.
10.9 kilometer(s) from Nechako Park Field, is situated near the beautiful Nechako River. This premier facility opened in 2006 and was built to meet national standards.
5.5 kilometer(s) from North Cariboo Soccer, this first class facilities are 13 fields in one location of which 6 are lighted. The top quality turf conditions of the pitches will be hard to find anywhere in Canada. Masich Place Stadium also enhances this list and is a national standard track and field facility just minutes away. The North Cariboo Senior Soccer Clubhouse and facility includes 3 regulation size pitches with one lighted field and a clubhouse.
4.4 kilometer(s) from Citizen Field, is a national standard baseball facility with all the expected amenities to host world class events. Built in 2006, the facility has some very unique features including the "Green Monster", a 17 foot wall in left field, plenty of seating including a covered grandstand, in-ground dugouts, and turf conditions beyond any player’s expectations. In addition to Citizen Field there are 2 adjacent fields and an additional 9 fields located a short distance away.
5.4 kilometer(s) from Rotary Soccer Fields, Prince George offers is the number of soccer pitches available in one location – there are 13 fields in total -- of which 6 are lighted -- all high quality turf fields. Rotary Soccer Field itself provides 8 of these fields, of which 5 are lighted. Additional amenities include washrooms, clubhouse, change rooms, and concession
4 kilometer(s) from Spruce City Stadium, is located in Carrie Grey Jane Park and is home of the Prince George Men's Fastball League. This field as played host to provincial and national championship tournaments such as the 2006 Men's Fastball Nationals and the 2016 Canadian Native Fastball Championships.
5.9 kilometer(s) from PG Gymnastics Club, has a training facility that is unique for British Columbia due to its size and layout. The 16,000 square foot space is fully equipped with all of the required apparatus including a pit. The Gymnastics Club has hosted regional, provincial and national events and has access to other larger facilities that can meet the national standard for competitions.
4.1 kilometer(s) from College of New Caledonia, The Prince George campus of the College of New Caledonia (CNC) offers a versatile gym space that has been used for badminton, gymnastic, volleyball, basketball, and many other competitions. Additionally, the school has a weight room, squash court, bouldering wall and fitness classes. Change rooms and meeting room space is available as well as onsite food services and dorm-style accommodation.
4 kilometer(s) from Pine Centre Mall, down-to-earth mall featuring familiar chain retailers, plus a food court with fast-food options. Anchor Stores; Shopper's Drug Mart, Lowes, Sportcheck
5.8 kilometer(s) from Spruceland Centre, is centrally located Prince George, BC. We are a great place to shop with over 18 stores and services, whether you need to pick up groceries, do a little banking, get your eyes checked, pick up a prescription, get some lunch, pick out a new suit or simply hide behind a perfect cup of cappuccino!
4.8 kilometer(s) from Downtown PG, stroll our downtown avenues and streets to your delight. You can also go to LOVE DOWNTOWN PG to get better acquainted with our local small businesses. With our vibrant collection of unique independent specialty stores and established brand name chains, there is a store for every shopping mission.
4.5 kilometer(s) from Parkwood Place, located at the intersection of Winnipeg Street, 15th Avenue and Patricia Boulevard in Prince George, this grocery anchored centre offers 52 units totaling 370,260 sq. ft featuring retailers such as Save on Foods, Cineplex, London Drugs and The Bay.