Inn on the Harbour - An ideally situated hotel in Prince Rupert, BC
Inn on the Harbour is situated on a bluff overlooking the busy Prince Rupert harbour. We are located on First Avenue West at 6th Street. Within walking distance from all shopping, services, and amenities, Inn on the Harbour is ideally located in the heart of Prince Rupert. We are steps away from the Hawkair and Air Canada Jazz bus drop-off and from the Greyhound Bus Terminal. BC Ferries, Alaska Ferries, and VIA Rail Terminals are a short drive away.
By Car from Highway 16: Highway 16 will curve into town and become McBride Street. Drive through two sets of lights and turn left onto 2nd Avenue West. Continue through another set of lights and turn right at the next set of lights on 6th Street. We are directly ahead on 1st Avenue West.
By BC Ferries, Alaska Ferries, or VIA Rail: Each of these transportation options arrives at Fairview Terminals. Exit the terminals and follow the signs for Prince Rupert onto Park Avenue. Stay in the centre lane as you come to a four-way stop as the road curves slightly. Go directly through the four-way stop onto Second Avenue West. Turn left at the first set of lights onto 6th Street. We are directly ahead on 1st Avenue West. If you are arriving on the train or as a foot passenger on the ferry, we recommend taking Skeena Taxi.
By Hawkair or Air Canada Jazz: The Prince Rupert Airport is located on Digby Island, across the harbour from Prince Rupert. A shuttle bus will take you onto a ferry and to downtown Prince Rupert. The cost of the shuttle is included in your airfare. Please note that for Air Canada, you must retrieve your baggage at the airport, while with Hawkair, you will pick up your baggage downtown. The airport shuttle arrives on 1st Avenue West, across the street and one block away from Inn on the Harbour. As you exit the bus, look toward the water and to your right to find us.
By Greyhound: The Greyhound Bus depot is on 1st Avenue West, across the street and one block away from Inn on the Harbour. As you exit the bus, look toward the water and to your right to find us.