This air-conditioned hotel comprises a total of 197 rooms spread over 10 floors, including 3 suites and 2 wheelchair accessible rooms. It was renovated in 2000 including some guest rooms and hallways. In the lobby there is a 24-hour reception, a safe, a currency exchange facility and a lift. The hotel also has its own bar, dining room, conference room and two wonderful restaurants, Turn of the Tide and the Brigantine Lounge. Both are air-conditioned and offer a variety of fine cuisine as well as fantastic views of the harbour and highchairs for children. Room service is also on offer. A garage is available for those arriving by car.The spacious, elegantly appointed rooms with pine wood furniture come with an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer, 2 direct dial telephones, satellite/cable TV, a radio, and an Internet connection. The carpeted rooms are also fitted with a minibar, tea and coffee making facilities, an iron and ironing board, a double or king-size bed, a hire safe, a large desk, and individual air conditioning and heating. Guests can enjoy the view of the highest tide in the world or the picturesque view over the city. 95% of the rooms are non-smoking.
Directions from the airport: When leaving the airport, make a left turn out of the airport onto the Loch Lomond Road. Very shortly (about 0.5 km), make a right turn onto Route 111 (airport access road) and follow Route 111 for approximately 6 km to the McKay Highway, which is Route # 1. Then exit left going west on Route 1. Following Route 1, take exit 125 which is (Crown Street / Harbour Station). At the lights take the left turn, which is Crown Street. At the bottom of the hill (facing Hotel Courtenay Bay) make a right turn to set of lights. At lights turn left onto City Road. Follow City Road straight through, which runs into Station Street (at Irving Station). Guests will see Harbour Station ahead of them and should go past Harbour Station to very end of the street and turn left, which is Smythe Street. The hotel at 75 Smythe Street, right on the harbour.