All good to sled on a budget and save some cash, sleep in a box behind the 7-11 dumpster for all I care, but no need to shove in the locals faces, pretty sure they ain't the guys pocketing the extra costs
That may be but on average fuel prices have been over a dollar a liter since 2012 in BC and most of Canada.I was paying under 70 cents a litre for diesel in the summer of 2019, I’m no mathematician but that’s less than 10 years ago, also was paying $200 for 3 nights at best western in Valemount 4 years ago. Just paid $420 for two nights last week. Some costs have definitely doubled
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Where did you stay? I’d be all over that. Was it a room with two queen beds?That may be but on average fuel prices have been over a dollar a liter since 2012 in BC and most of Canada.
Monthly average retail prices for gasoline and fuel oil for Canada, selected provincial cities, Whitehorse and Yellowknife. Prices are presented for the current month and previous four months. Includes fuel type and the price in cents per litre.www150.statcan.gc.ca
Valemount has probably the highest room rates outside of Whistler lately. It's been average $150-200 a night for rooms in most resort towns for years.
Stayed in Revy last month for $150/night including breakfast.
Gonna have to agree to disagree on this one.
And I’ve heard that’s a real breakfast there as opposed to the Eggo waffle and yogurt at the Days. Will have to look into it. I was told they were more expensive than that. It may make a difference when you stay. The Days price varies by the time of the week which is bull crap in my opinion.Best Western, yes 2 queen beds. Was a good deal, buddy reserved it in November. He books lots of rooms in advance, cancels if not needed. Gets good prices that way.