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Victoria British Columbia Hotels & Motels

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The Victoria center is around the area of Royal Athletic Park and the area of Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre.

Victoria Hotels/Motels & Accommodations

Premiere Suites - Victoria Th1 834 Johnson St., Victoria, BC V8W1N3
  • High-end Downtown hotel
  • Check-in time: 3:300 PM
Hotel Rialto 653 Pandora Ave., Victoria, BC V8W1N8
  • Four star Downtown property
  • 58 rooms in hotel
  • Good kitchenette
  • Most guests found problems with the furniture
From$169
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Best Western Plus Carlton Plaza Hotel - Victoria 642 Johnson St., Victoria, BC V8W1M6
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 47 suites
  • About half of guests thought the air conditioning was adequate
  • The majority of guests found problems with the furniture
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Capital City Center Hotel in Victoria 1961 Douglas St., Victoria, BC V8T4K7
  • Mid-scale Downtown hotel
  • 4 suites in hotel
  • Comfortable beds
  • Beautiful room with a patio
Paul's Motor Inn in Victoria
+1-866-221-8581
1900 Douglas St., Victoria, BC V8T4K8
  • Cheap Downtown hotel
Quality Inn Downtown Inner Harbour 850 Blanshard St., Victoria, BC V8W2H2
  • 3-star Downtown hotel
  • 2 meeting rooms in hotel
  • Most guests complained about the elevator
  • Facilities in need of refurbishment
From$114
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Strathcona Hotel - Victoria 919 Douglas St., Victoria, BC V8W 2C2
  • Affordable hotel
  • Check in time: 15:00
Abigail's Hotel 906 Mcclure St., Victoria, BC V8V3E7
  • Four-star Downtown property
  • Free comp. breakfast
  • Modestly maintained rooms
  • Most guests enjoyed the friendly atmosphere
From$160
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Chateau Victoria Hotel & Suites in Victoria 740 Burdett Ave., Victoria, BC V8W1B2
  • 3-star Downtown property
  • Check-in time: 3:00pm
  • Great room
  • Great parking, according to 77%
From$139
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The Magnolia Hotel & Spa - Victoria 623 Courtney St., Victoria, BC V8W1B8
  • Four star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 7 floors
  • New rooms
  • Clean hotel facilities
From$250
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Doubletree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Victoria : 777 Douglas St. 777 Douglas St., Victoria, BC V8W2B5
  • Four-star Downtown property
  • Check in: 4:00 PM
Victoria Marriott Inner Harbour : 728 Humboldt St. 728 Humboldt St., Victoria, BC V8W3Z5
  • Four star Downtown property
  • Fitness center on property
  • Most guests thought it was a great value
  • Regular internet service
The Parkside Hotel & Spa 810 Humboldt St., Victoria, BC V8V5B1
  • 3 star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 126 rooms
  • Most guests said it was a stylish hotel
  • Not enough parking facilities, according to 55%
From$139
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Union Club of British Columbia : 805 Gordon St. 805 Gordon St., Victoria, BC V8W 1Z6
  • 3-star hotel
  • 4 floors in property
Trutch Manor in Victoria
+1-888-690-5247
608 Trutch St., Victoria, BC V8V4C3
  • Midscale Suburban property
The Craigmyle - Victoria 1037 Craigdarroch Rd., Victoria, BC V8S2A6
  • 3 star Downtown property
Fairmont Empress - Victoria 721 Government St., Victoria, BC V8W1W5
  • 4 star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has an eco-friendly policy Learn more
  • Popular among couples
  • More comfort would be nice
From$189
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Delta Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort & Spa - Victoria 100 Harbour Rd., Victoria, BC V9A0G1
  • High-end Downtown property
  • Has environment-friendly policy See more
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Hotel Grand Pacific 463 Belleville St., Victoria, BC V8V1X3
  • Luxury 5-star Downtown hotel
  • 10 floors in hotel
  • Rooms in need of an update
  • The majority of guests thought the view was good
Days Inn Victoria on the Harbour : 427 Belleville St.
+1-866-429-5787
427 Belleville St., Victoria, BC V8V1X3
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • 4 floors in property
  • Wi-fi is really slow
  • Good Hotel
Embassy Inn : 520 Menzies St.
+1-888-690-5281
520 Menzies St., Victoria, BC V8V2H4
  • Mid-scale Downtown property
  • Comp. Breakfast
  • Clean rooms
  • Housekeeping was great, according to 81%
From$80
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Sandman Hotel Victoria - Victoria 2852 Douglas St., Victoria, BC V8T4M5
  • Affordable Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 4 floors
  • Nice family hotel
  • Hot tub was nice
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Pendray Inn & Tea House - Victoria 309 Belleville St., Victoria, BC V8V1X2
  • 3 star property
  • Access to gym on-site
Royal Scot Hotel & Suites : 425 Quebec St. 425 Quebec St., Victoria, BC V8V1W7
  • 3-star hotel
  • Internet is average
  • Great pool
From$113
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Best Western Plus Inner Harbour 412 Quebec St., Victoria, BC V8V1W5
  • Three Star Downtown hotel
  • 8 floors in property
  • Spacious rooms
  • Rooms need regular maintenance
From$97
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Travel overview of Victoria, BC

Victoria has been one of primary tourist spots in British Columbia; thanks to its relaxed pace of city life, year-round comfortable climate, popular attractions and contemporary topnotch amenities. Whatever your interest is, there is surely something for you to enjoy throughout your stay. Heritage buffs will marvel at the few remaining oldest edifices in town such as 19th century British Columbia Parliament Buildings and Empress Hotel. In addition, it houses the second oldest North American Chinatown next to San Francisco, US and the most intact across the country. Sports enthusiasts have been also flocking into town whenever Victoria would host prestigious sports events such as 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup, the annual Swiftsure International Yacht Race and Bastion Square Grand Prix Criterium. Cultural travelers can indulge themselves with world-class performances by Victorian talents in Belfry Theatre, and by Victoria Philharmonic Choir, Ballet Victoria and Pacific Opera Victoria in Royal Theatres. They should stop by the Art Gallery and Royal British Columbia Museum/Imax National Geographic Theatre. If you are simply looking for pleasure, there are fun attractions for you such as the Victoria Bug Zoo and Royal London Wax Museum. Blend with the locals as you crash through the night clubs, pubs and restaurants.

Nelly Furtado, a global pop superstar and perhaps the most famous resident of Victoria, British Columbia, once remarked in an interview, 'I would never know what good life is if I had stopped trying. I have never given up, and stood behind myself through thick and thin, and I just hope my own children – all younger people, really – do the same.” 
Even though it may sound like very vague and generic, there is the power of experience and affection behind those words. The City of Victoria in British Columbia is, in many ways, a shining example of efforts making things happen. 

It is, indeed, the most Victorian city in the whole of Canada. There are signs of the Empire on every corner, in every street and every old buildings. The city and her people have, instead of choosing to disregard their roots, chosen to stick with them and preserve them without any dismay. Right from the name, the city is an exemplary evidence of centuries gone by. 

Founded in the 18th century by adventurers, settlers and missionaries, the origin of Victoria lies in their bullish defiance against harsh weather and unfavorable land. 

Today, however, Victoria is one of the largest cities in Canada, the second largest (only next to Vancouver) in British Columbia and a home to over 80,000 people. 

As much as its historical heritage matters, the present state of the city owes a lot to modern efforts and people who have come from distant corners of the world and adapted her as their own motherland. Victoria of the 21st century is a calm and composed ode to her turbulent and battle-scarred past. It is a city that attracts students from various countries (thanks to over 5 world-class universities it hosts), senior citizens from Canada and working professionals from everywhere. The city is best known for its young population that contributes to the growth and an overall sense of energy that one can feel in Victoria. 

Finding Affordable Hotels in Victoria 

Frequent travelers would know that Canada is not as notoriously priced as other developed countries like the US and the UK when it comes to traveling, lodging and seeing about. Finding cheap hotels in Victoria is a much easier task than finding similar cheap hotels in comparably large cities in other parts of the world. This is not to say that Victoria is a lesser city – far from that! Victoria, for a few years now, has consistently ranked in the top 20 cities in the world to lead a healthy and happy life. 

So, when you are visiting Victoria, finding an affordable choice of accommodation should probably be the last thing you should have lurking in the backdrop of your mind. From very pleasant bed and breakfast units to modestly set up hotel establishments, Victoria present a full suite of budget hotel options for tourists, travelers and businessmen who are visiting the city for work. 

Have a Penchant for Finer Things in Life? 

If you happen to have a steep disregard for thriftiness and you have enough means to afford finer and more luxurious things in life, Victoria won't be a disappointment for you. 

There has been a marked rise in the number of luxury hotels in Victoria over the last two decades or so. The most obvious reason for this is the purpose that many multinational corporate offices in the heart of the city serve. Besides this, Victoria provides a very comfortable central stay for travelers and tourists to see attractions and sites that abound the whole of British Columbia. Being cheaper than Vancouver, Victoria also turns out be an overall attractive options for lodgers. 

Luxury Victoria hotels feature the very best of facilities and amenities that are definitely in tune (if not above par) of the big bucks they charge their guests. The most prominent among these is the Abigail's Resort, famous for their exquisite in-house global diner. Other honorable mentions include the Magnolia Hotel and Spa, Oak Bay Beach and Fairmont Express. 

What to See in Victoria? 

Victoria, in the strictest or literal sense of the word, is not really a city that tourists should swoon over. It's also not a city that would confuse her visitors by offering places that usually overwhelm their visiting schedules. 

Victoria is, however, a city that has her own attractions and numerous walks down the nostalgia lane. 

The Craigdarroch Castle is perhaps the best known attraction in Victoria. It is a grand aristocratic mansion flaunting high European architecture that presents itself as an oddity in a faraway Canadian land. Royal Beacon Park, with its lush green grounds and numerous botanical peculiarities should also serve as a refreshing addition to the itinerary of tourists. 

Empress Hotel, British Columbia Museum and the British Columbia Legislature building are not to be missed either, when in Victoria. 

Victoria Hotels Near The Victoria Airport 

It would be disheartening for most visitors to Victoria to know that there are not too many cheap hotels near the Victoria airport. You can, however, find a few high-end places of accommodation near to the airport. The airport, situated nearly 15 miles from the city itself, is just a short ride from the central population of Victoria hotels, and hence, visitors should try probing their options with deliberation before choosing a particular hotel. 

Getting Around in Victoria 

Victoria is not really a metropolitan city, despite being the capital of British Columbia. That said, the state of the public infrastructure in the city is really laudable and is usually good and fit enough to handle inbound flock of tourists every year. 

It is, however, best advised to arrange for some private mode of commute while you traverse royal lanes of Victoria. It is very easy to rent cars in Victoria and you can even resort to app-based rental services to suit your needs. If you have already booked a hotel prior to your arrival in the city, you can arrange for your hotel to provide airport pick-up services.  

Recent traveler reviews of Victoria, BC

Below are reviews of the city of Victoria, BC from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Friendly Staff and Great Location!"
Score 5.0 / 5

Victoria is a very nice place to visit. There are great museums and sites to see, all conveniently close to each other. You can walk along the well-lit seawall path straight from downtown, head out to Dallas Road for a family wander on the beach or hike up Mt. Douglas all within a short distance of each other!

Tori B., from 30-Nov-2017
"Super Cool Place "
Score 4.0 / 5

Victoria is a super cool place in the summer. The downtown harbor was excellent. Recommend the Soda Shoppe for ice cream.

Mason H., from 27-Jul-2016
"Great City with a lot to offer "
Score 4.0 / 5

Parliament Bldg, Empress Hotel High Tea, Butchart Gardens amazing, Kayaking and friendly, helpful people all available with public transportation easy and convenient.

Allen S., from 26-Jul-2016
"Super Cool"
Score 5.0 / 5

Victoria is a super cool place in the summer. The downtown harbor was excellent. Recommend the Soda Shoppe for ice cream.

Mason H., from 23-Jul-2016
"Great Staff"
Score 4.0 / 5

Victoria was very friendly and the hotel was great!

Audrey G., from 22-Jun-2016
"Would Definitely Recommend"
Score 4.0 / 5

Victoria is an amazing city. Worth the visit.

Patrick D., from 23-May-2016
"Very Tourist Friendly Destination"
Score 5.0 / 5

Great city for walking, lots of sights, activities, and shopping. Lots of excellent restaurants to sample, tea houses, and food trucks.

Roxanne R., from 13-Jul-2015
"Beautiful"
Score 4.0 / 5

Beautiful, very clean city, very friendly people. Interesting sites. Good restaurants.

Erez B., from 04-Jun-2014
"Water Taxis and Government Street"
Score 4.0 / 5

Water taxis are great! $5 for one "hop". We hopped up to Chinatown and walked back to the hotel checking out Government Street. Be prepared for shops to close early! Shops were closing up starting at 5pm on a Friday!

Susan N., from 22-Apr-2014
The average traveler rating of the city of Victoria, BC shown above is 4.3 out of 5 based on 9 reviews
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