Best Western Plus Baker Street Inn - Room Amenities


  • Free parking
  • Marzano restaurant located on-site
  • Lounge
  • Complimentary guest computer
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Meeting/Banquet facilities for up to 150 people
  • Pet-friendly premises
  • Room service
  • Safe deposit box
  • Fitness centre
  • Hot tub
  • Guest laundry
  • Free local newspaper
  • Motorcycle Friendly
  • Free high-speed wireless Internet

the queen city: nelson bc - arts, festivals,
golf and more…

Surrounded by the majestic Selkirk Mountains and set on the shores of beautiful Kootenay Lake, Nelson has earned a reputation as one of BC's premier tourist destinations. The cosmopolitan character, spectacular mountain setting, heritage charm, and abundance of cultural and recreational activities provide visitors with a world-class vacation experience. In fact, there are so many things to see and do here that you might want to consider adding a few extra days to your stay at the Best Western Plus Baker Street Inn.


In addition to the charming heritage ambiance, Nelson is considered the number one small arts town in Canada, and consistently ranks in the top five in North America. Every summer you can experience Artwalk, which brings together all manner of artistic expression with local businesses to provide a thoroughly entertaining walking tour around town. The beautifully restored Capitol Theatre also provides Nelson with a variety of local productions throughout the year, ranging from pantomime, to plays, to musicals. Plan to attend at least one of our fabulous Nelson Arts events.


The eclectic mix of many artist and artisan-run specialty shops and boutiques further enhances the cultural charm of Nelson, and the international flavour of the many cafes, restaurants and nightclubs provides many options to meet any taste. Take a stroll down historic Baker Street and you'll see what we mean. The second weekend in September the Road Kings Car Club of Nelson put on the Queen City Cruise which sees hundreds of vintage cars, trucks and motorcycles adorn Baker Street.


Last, but most certainly not least, outdoor recreation is a way of life in Nelson. The activities that the area's spectacular geography and weather conditions allow for, make this an extraordinary four-season playground for outdoor enthusiasts. The area offers some of the province's best skiing, golfing, hiking, camping, fishing, and biking. Did we even mention the natural hot springs? Whatever you like to do outdoors, Nelson has it all. For more information on Nelson, visit