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Caesar's Inn. 55 South 6th Avenue, Williams
Lake, BC V2G1K8. Phone: 250-392-7747.
Drummond Lodge & Motel. 1405 South Highway
97, Williams Lake, BC V2G 2W3. Phone: 250-392-5334; Fax: 250-392-1117.
Fraser Inn Hotel. 285
Donald Road, Williams Lake, BC V2G 4K4. Phone: 250-398-7055; Fax:
Jamboree Motel. 845 Carson Drive, Williams
Lake, BC V2G3N7. Phone: 250-398-8208.
Lakeside Resort Motel. 1505 South Cariboo
Highway, Williams Lake, BC V2G2W3. Toll-free: 1-800-663-4938.
Lakeview Cafe & Hotel. 42 South Mackenzie,
Williams Lake, BC V2G 1C3. Phone: 250-392-4640; Fax: 250-392-4610.
1118 Lakeview Cres, Williams Lake, BC V2G 1A3. Phone: 250-392-3321;
Toll-free: 1-800-663-6898; Fax: 250-392-3983.
Sandman Hotels & Inns. 664 Oliver Street,
Williams Lake, BC V2G1M6. Phone: 250-392-6557.
Slumber Lodge Williams Lake Motel. 27 South
7th Avenue, Williams Lake, BC V2G 1L2. Phone: 250-392-7116; Fax:
Stampeder Motel. 2 Lakeview Avenue,
Williams Lake, BC V2G 1B2. Phone: 250-392-4496.
Super 8 Motel. 1712 Broadway Avenue South,
Williams Lake, BC V2G2W4. Phone: 250-398-8884.
Teepee Heart Ranch.
7800 Willan Lake Road, Big Creek, BC V0L 1K0. Phone: 250-394-4439.
Valleyview Motel. 1523 Cariboo Highway
South, Williams Lake, BC V2G2W3. Phone: 250-392-4655.
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