Good location, big room, quiet, underground parking
The hotel was quiet and the rooms large and clean.
Good value and excellent location. Have stayed here several times and have always been very satisfied.
James Bay Inn is an older property, but very clean and well maintained. My only negative is that the lack of an elevator. If I'd been alone, no problem, but carrying my wife's bag up two flights of stairs was a challenge. Not really the hotel's fault, it would be near impossible to add an elevator ...
Beautiful & unique suite with a great loft & highly accommodating staff!
The breakfast was beautifully presented. Felt like invasion of homeowners personal space.
The Rialto is our new fav hotel in Victoria! The service and attention to detail here is impeccable; evident in every interaction we had with the devoted and highly attentive staff. They’ve added some great upgrades since our last stay, including a complimentary cheese plate in their lounge upon ...
Close to everything. Rooms are very small and old. Renovations are a must.
Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Park is located in a welcoming area of Victoria known for its picturesque gardens and bird watching. You have a choice of 178 hotels and other lodging options within 5 miles of Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Park so you'll be sure to find one that suits your style.
Choose from one of 178 hotels and other accommodations within 5 miles of Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Park, including these options:
While you're in town visiting Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Park, you can explore everything there is to see and do within a few miles of the area.
CFB Esquimalt Naval and Militiary Museum, Point Ellice House and Gardens, and The Robert Bateman Centre feature captivating exhibits. Fisgard Lighthouse, Hatley Park National Historic Site, and Hatley Castle are landmarks that you won't want to miss. You can catch a show at The McPherson Playhouse, Victoria Royal Theatre, and Belfry Theatre.
If you want to see more of the surrounding area, you can plan a visit to British Columbia Parliament Building and Esquimalt Lagoon Migratory Bird Sanctuary. You might also stop by University of Victoria, located 6.7 mi (10.8 km) from Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Park, or Butchart Gardens which is 9 mi (14.5 km) away.