The National Hotel at 2922-30th Avenue, the intersection of 30th and 30th Street, often called “Hotel Corner.” Directly across the street from the National on the north and west sides of 30th were the Kalamalka and Allison hotels. Photo circa 1945. Greater Vernon Museum & Archives photo #3949.

Our History in Pictures – Vernon landmark

Who remembers the National Hotel?

You’d have to be a long-time Vernon resident to remember it.

But for those who have been around for a while, the National Hotel was a downtown Vernon staple.

Located on Barnard Avenue (the southeast corner of 30th Street and 30th Avenue), its was deemed the Okanagan’s friendliest hotel by some. The intersection was known as Hotel Corner with the Allison Hotel on the northeast corner, and Kalamalka Hotel on the southwest corner.

But the historic National Hotel building was torn down and is now replaced by Monashee’s Wine, Spirits and Beer store.

See more of Our History in Pictures here


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