Letters From The Shore

A carefully curated collection of articles and blog posts for your reading pleasure that illustrates why The Shore is a notch above the rest.

Why Kelowna’s Flexible-Stay Hotels are Rising in Popularity

  Traveller needs are rapidly changing in the 2020s. When COVID-19 hit the hospitality industry, hotels experienced an unprecedented challenge to their business models. Across the accommodations sector, flexible and extended-stay hotels saw the smallest decline in bookings. Flexible stays are hotels that offer both short-term and extended rentals with apartment-style rooms, home-like amenities, and […]

All You Need to Know About Kelowna Resorts

  With an impressive 304 days of sunshine per year, Kelowna is a year-round Canadian travel destination. Visitors come for the all-seasons tourist appeal, from summer water sports on Okanagan Lake to bluebird winter days at Big White Ski Resort. People return for fresh summer fruit, world-famous wines, and our vibrant culinary scene. In the […]

A Kelowna Airbnb & VRBO Alternative

  Vacation rentals are soaring in popularity, providing a home away from home for vacation-goers across the nation. The Okanagan Valley is one of Canada’s top-rated vacation destinations, offering the very best in beaches, sunshine, wineries, and winter sports.  Kelowna is the midpoint and largest community in the Okanagan Valley. It seamlessly blends rural and […]

Finding The Right Kelowna Accommodations for Your Next Vacation

  Located in Southern BC, Kelowna holds the heart of the beautiful Okanagan Valley. Known to wine lovers as Kelowna-fornia, Kelowna boasts over 40 wineries and over 300 days of sunshine every year. If you’re dreaming of sandy beaches and summer days on the lake, or even a cozy, winter ski vacation, look no further. […]

Kelowna’s Best Beaches

Three of Kelowna’s most beautiful beaches happen to be located a stone’s throw from The Shore. These are our recommendations for Kelowna’s best beaches.

Kelowna’s Snowbirds Flock to The Shore

There’s a reason why it’s called ‘The Napa of the North.’ Like its California counterpart, people flock to the Okanagan Valley for its sunshine, warmth, wineries—and so much more. This year, if you can’t make it to Palm Springs, Phoenix or Florida for the Winter, there’s no need to stay home. You can still enjoy an idyllic winter at The Shore, Kelowna’s long-stay accommodation choice.