Champagne at Check-in? B.C. Announces Modernized Rules for Hotel Booze


B.C.’s liquor laws once prevented hotels from offering guests a complimentary cocktail at check-in – but not anymore, says the provincial government.

Hotels and resorts in the province will soon be able to offer free beverages and will allow guests to bring unfinished alcohol from bars, pubs and restaurants on site back to their rooms, B.C. announced Wednesday.

The province’s small business ministry, which oversees the liquor distribution branch, says the changes are being introduced to give hotels and resorts more flexibility, and to offer guests a more convenient option for imbibing.

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CTV Vancouver Island – December 16.

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