Tofino Resort + Marina

Resort

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Reviews 4

  • D
    Dave Kim
    The location is good, the breakfast is good, the facilities are older. The rooms are clean but some of the furnishings are dated. The motel was fully booked and parking was full around our building.
  • R
    Richard Levy
    The place is very tired. Only luke warm water both days. Noise from above, outside and from the refrigerator. Intermittent wifi. The room was only partially serviced on the second day, bin not emptied coffee not replenished. For balance, the room was clean, the location is good and the rate included free continental breakfast though bizarrely you had to pay for beverages. This was the worst place we stayed on our Canada trip but also the cheapest. Unless you are on a tight budget choose somewhere else in Tofino.
  • M
    Musclecarlvr
    Great rooms that lead directly outside. Great for bringing the surfboards in for the night.
  • B
    Bryan Soder
    Run down resort. Inconsistent food. Recent new owners though so hopeful for a positive change!

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tofinoresortandmarina.com
+1 250-725-3277
634 Campbell St, Tofino, BC V0R 2Z0, Canada
3.7
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Description


Wind through Pacific Rim Park to downtown Tofino’s revitalized landmark and gateway to the water: Tofino Resort + Marina, 63 rooms overlooking the Clayoquot Sound UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, opening spring 2017.

Step outside your room, and book your next adventure on the water or into the tall trees from our very own adventure centre and marina. Ride the surf, cast your line, or catch a glimpse of killer whales tail-slapping and bears foraging the beach — Tofino’s swells are beckoning.

Grab a friend and a cold one, and pull up a barstool. This is The Hatch: our local pub where wayfarers and locals alike take in the views and live music. It’s the place to cheers to the day, tell stories into the night, and leave with friends new and old.

Honouring the history of our coastal locale, our restaurant was named after the year Tofino got its name. With a fresh take on local ingredients, our shared plates are devised by up-and-coming chef with an impressive pedigree, Paul Moran. Unwind off the water with wood-fired bites or a libation inspired by the tides.