Free Wi-Fi is far from the non-smoking Anchor Inn and Suites' only lure where the promise of great salmon fishing and waterside views is reel appealing too. The seven-floor Anchor Inn is home to 77 non-smoking rooms each with a private terrace overlooking Discovery Passage. From this vantage point guests can kick back and watch the Alaskan cruise ships float by. Room decor is warm and sophisticated with rich golden primary palettes and crisp white linens. Chic padded headboards are an upscale touch. Additional in-room perks include free Wi-Fi. After an afternoon of adventure guests don't have to muster up much energy for a meal with two waterfront restaurants on-site. A soothing soak in the indoor heated pool and hot tub might be a great way to wind down for the day. Pets are allowed for a fee. Parking is free. On the shores of Discovery Passage along the east coast of Vancouver Island the Anchor Inn and Suites is in Campbell River the ''Salmon Capital of the World.'' Guests are within a 10-minute walk to Rotary Seawalk a popular paved path where runners bikers walkers and rollerbladers do their thing alongside a world-class waterfront scene. Campbell River Museum is equally close. Guests can book it to North Island College within four miles too. Vancouver International Airport is about 155 miles.
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