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We're two seniors in our 70's. From where we got off the ferry from Port Angeles, it was less than a 5 minute ride on our bikes to the James Bay Inn. We dropped off our backpacks and went on a great ride along Dallas and Crescent Rds, up Beach drive to the Kiwanis tea room. Back at the Inn, we found ...
I was disappointed in the sterile lobby and the inadequate check In/out space. In such a grand hotel , One would expect an inviting lobby with comfy chairs for sitting to enjoy the view, read or visit. The staff was friendly though there was a long wait and poor system for check out. Beds and towels ...
We found The Hundington to be a great value. It's less $ than most, yet very convenient location. Price reflects older hotel, but worked fine for us. Very good service & nice free breakfast included. It's not fancy, but large clean room. We would happily stay there again.
We were greeted by the hostess upon our arrival and given a very thorough explanation of the area and what to see and where to eat. She took her time and was extremely polite.
This hotel is near city center, but after walking quite a bit, having the shuttle available to take us to the bus stop to go to Buchart Gardens, and to the ferry terminal, was a bonus. I booked two nights separately and they upgraded me to give me the same room both nights. We didn't want big meals, ...
Welcoming staff, clean and huge suite, great view of Victoria Harbour, lots of restaurants within walking distance. Enjoyed our 2 day stay.
ONLY complaint is the city issued map is totally in need of rerite. It is dangerous when used. Nothing makes since. No since of direction is used. They squeeze in adds &fail the NORMALPEOOLE USING MAPS.
When you arrive in Victoria, British Columbia, you enter a city steeped in history. Victorian-era architecture and modern buildings blend together, creating a place you’ll never want to leave.
Start your journey through Victoria’s history with a stay in a vintage hotel.
Visit Craigdarroch Castle, where you can tour nearly 40 rooms decorated in Victorian and Edwardian styles. Stop by Victoria’s Chinatown, the oldest in Canada, and indulge in delicious food and excellent shopping. If you’re after a quieter, more elegant pursuit, take in afternoon tea at Point Ellice House, followed by a long stroll through the Maritime Museum of British Columbia. Don’t forget a trip to Old Town, one of the oldest and best-preserved districts in the city. You can weave and out of historic buildings while exploring boutique shops and, of course, sampling delicious fare from local restaurants and cafes.
Victoria historic hotels have been completely modernized, combining standard amenities with old-world charm. Your social media followers will want to know what you’ve been up to, so upload all your photographs to your social media accounts via the hotel’s Wi-Fi. Order room service and enjoy dinner in bed, or forego the room and spend an evening in the hotel lounge. Are you staying at one of the refurbished B&Bs in Victoria? Why not ask your host to tell you some stories about the building’s history? If you’re still full of energy after this long day, stretch your legs during a brisk walk of the grounds, or explore the downtown area’s nightlife.
Expedia.ca offers the best deals on hotels in Victoria, whether you want to stay in a quaint B&B or an upscale chain hotel. Let us help you find the proper accommodations for your trip, as well as book your flight and rental car. After all, you need some way to get to the old-growth forest at Hatley Park and other sites in town.