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Downtown Hotels in Vernon, B.C. Welcome the RBC Cup to Town

Fairfield Inn & Suites Vernon Is the Perfect Lodging for Hockey Fans

VERNON, BC -- (Marketwired) -- 05/05/14 -- Want to get lost in the excitement and team spirit surrounding the RBC Cup taking place May 10-18, 2014 in Vernon, B.C.? Staying close to the action is super easy with Fairfield Inn & Suites Vernon, a prominent Vernon, B.C. hotel located near the Kal Tire Place, site of the RBC Cup, a Junior A hockey tournament and championship.

Fairfield Inn & Suites Vernon is one of the newest hotels in Vernon, B.C. with a modern and dynamic atmosphere that is destined to please the most die-hard hockey fans.

This family-friendly Vernon, B.C. downtown hotel sports a three-story high indoor/outdoor flume waterslide sure to bring out the kid in everyone. Guests can also relax in the indoor pool or unwind in the spacious whirlpool. Hockey enthusiasts can also gather with fellow fans or teammates in the lobby's modern living zone. The lively space offers guests ample room to celebrate a team victory and the adjacent Corner Market is a handy 24/7 stop when late night hunger hits.

Vernon is home to Lake City Casino where gaming excitement, dining options and weekend entertainment collide. A variety of downtown destinations include the Vernon Murals, an art gallery and many local dining options offering a wide range of food choices.

Attractions beyond downtown Vernon include three large lakes and hundreds of small fishing lakes as well as numerous world famous golf courses and local wineries. The area is also quickly becoming known as a mountain biking destination.

Planning a stay in one of the best Vernon, B.C. accommodations during the RBC Cup is easy. Reservations to the Fairfield Inn & Suites Vernon can be made by simply clicking on this link: http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yvefi-fairfield-inn-and-suites-vernon/ or by calling 1-250-260-7829.

About the Fairfield Inn & Suites Vernon
The Fairfield Inn & Suites Vernon welcomes travelers with an energetic, spirited atmosphere well matched to the city. Home to a vibrant downtown complete with one of the largest displays of public art in Canada, Vernon's 27 magnificent murals depict the culture, history, scenery and folklore of the city and its surrounding area. Ideal for leisure and business travelers, the hotel features nearly 1,400 square feet of event space perfect for business meetings, training sessions and more. Leisure guests with children will be excited to spend time in the pool area, with its indoor/outdoor flume waterslide, indoor pool and whirlpool. Modern guestrooms feature natural lighting and a desk on wheels allowing busy guests to work whenever and wherever the mood strikes. Rooms are also equipped 40-inch HDTVs with cable and free high-speed wireless Internet so guests can make the most of their travel time. And, after a night of rejuvenating rest a full menu of complimentary hot and cold breakfast items is served in the dining area for added value to a remarkable hotel stay.

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Fairfield Inn & Suites Vernon
5300 Anderson Way
Vernon, British Columbia V1T 9V2 Canada
1-250-260-7829
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yvefi-fairfield-inn-and-suites-vernon/

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