This property is naturally built on a slope with the front desk on a ‘middle’ floor among 3 of them. It’s only a minor problem if their room no signs with the proper ranges are all well placed and indicated. Else it’s extremely frustrating to road warriors hauling suitcases up and down the stairs, and only to find out the signs don’t give proper directions.
Just needed to stay one night. Arrived early and they were able to accommodate the early check-in. Room was clean. Had everything we needed. TV/remote worked, there’s a safe in the room, and nice to have the mini fridge and microwave. Efficient with check-in and check out. The Pub/Lounge also had friendly, efficient service. We just had small snacks, but everything A-okay. (didn’t take advantage of breakfast). Location is quite central to everything
The Days Inn Victoria Uptown is a 5-minute drive from downtown and major attractions. The hotel offers free parking, free internet, free newspapers and free local calls. Guests will also enjoy our indoor pool, saunas, and fitness centre. Belleville’s Diner is located on site along with a coin operated laundry facility.
Days Inn Victoria Uptown
229 Gorge Road East,
Victoria, British Columbia
Friendly, professional staff, excellent quiet harbour view room. Had popcorn shrimp in the pub, was amazing whole shrimp not quarter pieces, light batter. Mike at check out was warm and friendly, will definitely come back. Parking, close convenient and free was a bonus. Will definitely recommend to friends and come back.
I stayed here with my partner the first week of October – we stayed for two nights.
The location is excellent – we arrived by sea plane from Vancouver (you have to do this flight at least one way!)., and the hotel is just a short 10 min walk from where the planes come in. it is, as it says, right on the harbour. This wasn’t noisy for us, but of course was off season – if you are particular about noise you may want to consider having one of the back facing rooms I guess.
The room itself was large and spotlessly clean. it is true to say that some of the décor was a little dated – in the bathroom particularly so, but given the price paid and the location this was easily overlooked.
In the room were TV., tea/coffee, iron, ironing board. There is also free Wi-Fi in your room which I didn’t find a problem with at all.
The hotel has a restaurant so you can easily get breakfast if you don’t want to go too far – the breakfasts were huge and the coffee refilled constantly.
The staff both in the restaurant bar and hotel were exceptionally friendly and helpful. My partner was having trouble phoning friends on the island and the reception staff helped him look up the number in the telephone book to check the number he had was correct and even dialled the number for him (local calls are free as well). In addition on our last day, we had checked out but left our bags to collect later and my partner realised that he had lost his wallet. when we returned to the hotel and asked at reception, this had been handed in by the cleaning staff who had found it down the back of a chair in the room – so our very grateful thanks to them.
The hotel is within easy walking distance of all you may want to do in Victoria and I would certainly recommend .
I often travel on my own and would feel quite safe staying here as well.
Days Inn – Victoria On The Harbour
427 Belleville Street, Victoria, BC
Rooms have all the modern conveniences, including in-room coffee/tea and some have harbour views and kitchenettes. Downstairs in our lobby we have our terrific Swiftsure Restaurant and Lounge. It is perfectly located in the heart of Victoria, along the breathtaking Inner Harbour.
Days Inn – Victoria On The Harbour Amenities
Complimentary in-room coffee or tea
Free local calls
High speed internet access
Wireless internet connection
Myself, wife and daughter, spent three nights here. We don’t have a lot of money but we figured we would splurge here on this hotel. Check in was seamless. The outside appearance was really nothing special, but the walk inside was very nice and inviting. The location is good and a 4 out of 5. There are other hotels closer to the Royal Museum and of course, the restaurants that are more affordable. What we didn’t realize was that there was no continental breakfast, something that we would have gotten at a hotel that charges half the price. We also didn’t realize that parking would be tight as its under ground and I have a pickup. Its also 15$ a day. Also something that could be had for free at other hotels. There also was no microwave. So essentially we were at the mercy of local restaurants to feed our selves. We ended up buying some groceries at Thrifties. The beds were comfortable and the rooms quiet. The bathrooms were most definitely out-dated with stains in the tub and grout. The rest of the room appeared updated. The pool was great with the hot tub and the weight room/gym was adequate. One plus here at the hotel is free shuttles, but only to certain locations in the city. Overall I gave this hotel a 4 out of 5. If there were freebies to be had, we only utilized the shuttle a few times, otherwise, expect to pay more then you bargained.
Coast Victoria Harbourside Hotel
146 Kingston Street, Victoria, BC
Situated on Victoria’s lively outer harbour the hotel features a 42-slip marina, and award-winning restaurant. Guest rooms features large windows and a private balcony. All rooms also offer complimentary Wi-Fi as well as local calling.
Coast Victoria Harbourside Hotel Amenities
Free local and toll free calls
High speed wireless
Arriving on a hot day we found our room stifling hot. A call to the front desk did not produce immediate action but rather we were told to wait 15 minutes for things to “kick in”. Clearly this is not a new issue. After another call a staff member came by, unlocked the AC and turned it on. Hmmm. So one can be sure that it is no one’s job to make sure that rooms are ready for folks when they arrive. Seating the the breakfast area is wholly inadequate for the hotel if it is booked near capacity. Signs warning against taking food to your room are just silly in this context. Room was clean and relatively quiet. Good location.
We took a short overnight trip to Victoria with our kids and grand kids mostly to visit the Butchart Gardens. We had a great connecting room and our young grandson loved it! The rooms were clean, quiet and the beds were comfortable. They also have a great breakfast – one of the best and there is plenty of room to sit down. I would definitely stay here again if I am ever back in Victoria.
Comfort Inn Victoria
3020 Blanshard Street, Victoria, BC
The Comfort Inn & Suites Victoria features a unique blend of comfort, luxury and affordability. Enjoy the adult fitness facility with treadmills, and exercise bike. Indulge in something savory in the restaurant or take in a game in the Sports Pub.
Comfort Inn & Suites Victoria Amenities
Complimentary full american breakfast
High speed internet connection
My husband and I came here to celebrate our 36th wedding anniversary and visit Butchart Garden. We chose this location as it is fairly close to the garden. The room was very well appointed. I loved that the jetted tub in the bathroom had shutters you could open in the wall looking out into the rest of the room allowing for enjoyment of the view or TV watching while in the tub. We took advantage of the spa and got a couples massage. The massage was wonderful and there is a locker room affording the opportunity to shower and wash off the oils used during the massage before you dress. The hotel maintains a dock you can walk out to with stairs leading down to a very small beach area but if the tide is in, there is no beach. Every member of the hotel staff that we ran into was very friendly and helpful. We actually arrived too early to check into our room but the desk clerk gave us a special card key so we could check out the pool/hot tub area.
Brentwood Bay Resort Victoria
849 Verdier Avenue
Luxury boutique hotel accommodation located close to the charming city of Victoria and only five minutes from the world renown Butchart Gardens.
Ocean Suites- All 33 have down duvets balconies dramatic ocean views gas fireplaces jetted tubs massage showers minibars bathrobes CD players DVD players complimentary Wi-Fi complimentary calling within North America
Very impressed by the facilities in our room. Had not expected more than tea/coffee and a microwave. The full kitchen area was a bonus.
The sitting room chairs were very comfortable. A table and chairs plus a desk provided everything one could possibly require.
This is an ideal place to stay for opera goers. The theatre is just around the corner, the service is excellent, the rooms very comfortable, and there is every chance you will bump into a member of the opera cast!
I have been staying at Chateau Victoria for work trips for about 13 years now and they truly have it mastered. Fantastic service in every area from the fantastic front desk team to great room service, the best beds, and favourite cocktail lounge/restaurant Clives. The team here makes me feel at home every time.
Chateau Victoria Hotel & Suites
740 Burdett Avenue, Victoria, BC
Chateau Victoria Hotel & Suites features an indoor pool, hot tub, a fitness centre and restaurant. A refrigerator and free Wi-Fi are provided in all guest rooms. A cable TV is offered in each room, select rooms offer a private balcony.
Found this hotel to be perfectly placed for walking to the Empress Hotel and downtown. Not a great view, and unfortunately the City decided to dig up the road right behind us but the staff were nice, the room was very comfortable with a balcony. We enjoyed our stay, a little pricey but that’s Victoria!
We stayed four nights at the BW Inner Harbour Hotel, just after the Canadian Thanksgiving Holiday. We were not disappointed. Our room was actually a studio suite which had a small kitchen area. In addition, there is a large balcony attached to all of the studio suites. Without question, we found the cleanliness of our room to be second to none, and we travel extensively throughout North America. There is also a full complimentary breakfast each morning. Be sure to arrive early as the breakfast room can become quite crowded. Underground parking is also available for $9.00 per day. I would recommend that all patrons, travelling by car, avail themselves of this facility. In total, we have no hesitation in recommending the Best Western Inner Harbour, Victoria, British Columbia.
Best Western Plus Inner Harbour
412 Quebec Street, Victoria, BC
An excellent harbor location, offering a delicious complimentary full breakfast, located right at the inner harbor/downtown Victoria.
Spacious one-bedroom suites and luxurious penthouse apartments are 100% non-smoking
Outdoor seasonal heated pool , indoor whirlpool, dry sauna or the steam room.
The Bedford Regency is small, friendly hotel in the very heart of Victoria’s downtown core. Everything is at your doorsteps. Unfortunately this also applies to the local pubs, two of which are connected to the hotel (and two more are within 15-20 m in either direction). So stay here only if you are either an incredibly good sleeper or don’t mind being up until 2 am every morning, when the parties die down.
Bed was very, very hard.
Parking was expensive, parcade cost $15 across the street.
Murchies and Munroes bookstore is right there.
Really great location.
Rooms was funky and very clean.
TV was too small and bed hard.
Loved how windows opened.
Bedford Regency Hotel
1140 Government Street, Victoria, BC
Situated in the heart of downtown Victoria s business and shopping district and just steps away from the inner harbour the Bedford Regency Hotel embodies old world charm and beautifully appointed rooms feature goose down comforters and oversized bath towels while some enjoy Jacuzzi bathtubs
Our check in was quick and efficient, the staff, especially Cal, were friendly and knew their stuff. Our original assigned room was next to the elevator so we asked for a different room which was handled without fuss and we even got a free upgrade (as we were in town for my birthday) to a suite.
The suite was at the front of the hotel and this meant that there was a fair bit of traffic noise from the street four floors below us (they provide a pair of ear plugs so I had no trouble sleeping though). My advice would be to ask for a room at the back of the hotel or as high up as possible.
Best Western Carlton Plaza Hotel
642 Johnson Street, Victoria, BC
Close to attractions, restaurants, and shopping districts. The hotel features spaciously-appointed guest rooms and suites, each equipped with free wireless high-speed Internet access, 37-inch flat screen televisions and cable television.
Clean, pleasant and friendly staff, easy check in, comfortable bed, quirky extras (bath duck!), good continental breakfast, nice lobby. Our only negative is the location if you don’t have a car. Buses are regular but a good 50 minute walk along a busy road if you choose.
Hotel was lovely and clean and the staff were pleasant and helpful which was great after a long flight, bus, ferry and then another bus to get to alovely clean and comfy room. Also getting a breakfast every morning was great with fresh bagels, bread, croisants, fresh orange Juice, cereals etc. One thing I will say is if you are a light sleeper see if you can get a room at the back of the hotel. I was at the front and its a wee bit noisy but i still enjoyed my stay.
Accent Inn Victoria
3233 Maple Street, Saanich, BC
We offer spacious guest rooms and suites, some with kitchens. Weekly and monthly rates with available with coin operated laundry machines.
Free wireless access available in all Victoria hotel rooms & lobby
Ample free parking
Free local phone calls and faxes
Fully air conditioned
Free seasonal shuttle service to downtown
Free access to Steve Nash Sports Club
Complimentary Continental Breakfast
Pet Friendly designated hotel rooms available