We do not extra for family members and we do not charge tax. We are non-profit and charge enough to break even.
Please keep the sleeping capacity of your suite in mind.
Daily & monthly Lodge Rates: Updated April, 2021
|New Rates from April 1, 2021||Daily Rate||Daily Rate for Stays over 30 days|
|1 Bedroom Suite (sleeps up to 4)||$115||$110|
|2 Bedroom Suite (sleeps 5-6 )||$135||$125|
|3 Bedroom Suite (sleeps 5-6)||$135||$125|
Finding a Sponsor
Sponsorship may be found to assist in paying for transportation and accommodation for the patient and an escort to come to Vancouver for medical appointments and procedures. The sponsor may help you to arrange your trip and cover the costs for your accommodation.
First Nations patients on reserve can approach their Community Health Representative (CHR) at their Community Healthcare Centre to arrange travel accommodation.
Persons living away from their Nation can apply to the First Nations Health Authority for Travel benefits.
If you are receiving Social Assistance, you can apply to the Ministry to cover your medical travel expenses.
Making a Booking
a. Plan your travel arrangements with your Community Health Representative (CHR) who will be sponsoring your trip. Request your CHR to make a reservation with our Lodge
b. Plan your travel arrangements with your Ministry worker who will make a booking with our Lodge
c. If you do not have a sponsor for medical travel and you are paying out of pocket for your trip, you can call the Lodge Office and book a suite. The full payment for your stay will be required in cash or money order upon check-in.
To call for availability to stay with us at Aboriginal Patients’ Lodge, please call: (604) 707-9191