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The Embassy Inn, hotel in Victoria

The Embassy Inn

Victoria (British Columbia)

Located within Victoria's Inner Harbor, this hotel is 623 ft from the British Columbia Parliament Buildings. WiFi is provided in all areas. Free underground and surface parking are available.

8.7
Excellent
2,786 reviews
Price from$147.27per night
Oswego Hotel, hotel in Victoria

Oswego Hotel

Victoria (British Columbia)

Welcome to The Oswego, a fantastic boutique hotel located in the residential neighborhood of James Bay, downtown Victoria.

8.8
Excellent
2,086 reviews
Price from$132.73per night
Red Lion Inn and Suites Victoria, hotel in Victoria

Red Lion Inn and Suites Victoria

Victoria (British Columbia)

Featuring a seasonal outdoor pool and 2 on-site restaurants, this Victoria hotel is located along major bus routes. Uptown Shopping Center is only 1 minute away.

7.8
Good
3,607 reviews
Price from$95.47per night
Strathcona Hotel, hotel in Victoria

Strathcona Hotel

Victoria (British Columbia)

Located in the heart of the city, this historic Victoria hotel features on-site restaurants and rooftop sand volleyball courts. The hotel offers rooms with free WiFi.

7.8
Good
2,179 reviews
Price from$99.24per night
Huntingdon Manor Hotel, hotel in Victoria

Huntingdon Manor Hotel

Victoria (British Columbia)

Offering 2 on-site restaurants, The Huntingdon Manor Hotel provides free WiFi in all areas. A cable TV is included in all rooms. Victoria’s Inner Harbor is just 656 ft away.

7.9
Good
1,904 reviews
Price from$122.11per night
Island Travel Inn, hotel in Victoria

Island Travel Inn

Victoria (British Columbia)

Located on the Trans-Canada Highway and 5-minute drive from the inner harbor, this hotel features free Wi-Fi. The Victoria Ferry is just 3 minutes away.

5.6
Above average
1,809 reviews
Price from$69.60per night
Fairmont Empress Hotel, hotel in Victoria

Fairmont Empress Hotel

Victoria (British Columbia)

Overlooking Victoria’s beautiful Inner Harbor, this historic hotel features extensive spa treatments and a selection of on-site restaurants. The Royal British Columbia Museum is 5 minutes' walk away.

8.4
Very Good
1,074 reviews
Price from$199.15per night
Days Inn by Wyndham Victoria Uptown, hotel in Victoria

Days Inn by Wyndham Victoria Uptown

Victoria (British Columbia)

Offering an indoor pool, fitness center and sauna, Days Inn Victoria Uptown is located in Victoria's Upper Harbor. All rooms feature a private entrance and free WiFi.

7.8
Good
1,586 reviews
Price from$93.73per night
Helm's Inn, hotel in Victoria

Helm's Inn

Victoria (British Columbia)

Outside of Beacon Hill Park, this all-suite hotel in Victoria city center offers spacious accommodations with free WiFi. Dallas Road is 15 minutes' walk away.

8.5
Very Good
2,564 reviews
Price from$125.81per night
Days Inn by Wyndham Victoria On The Harbour, hotel in Victoria

Days Inn by Wyndham Victoria On The Harbour

Victoria (British Columbia)

Located along Victoria’s Inner Harbor, this hotel features a seasonal outdoor pool. A hot tub is available year-round. City or harbor views are offered from all rooms.

7.7
Good
1,717 reviews
Price from$111.90per night
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Victoria's best hotels with breakfast

  • The Embassy Inn
    Breakfast options

    Located within Victoria's Inner Harbor, this hotel is 623 ft from the British Columbia Parliament Buildings. WiFi is provided in all areas. Free underground and surface parking are available.

    Everything. Great breakfast too. Laundry facilities

    8.7
    Excellent · 2,786 reviews
  • Holiday Inn Express & Suites Victoria-Colwood, an IHG Hotel
    Breakfast options

    Holiday Inn Express & Suites Victoria-Colwood offers accommodations in Langford. All air-conditioned rooms feature a flat-screen TV with cable channels.

    Breakfast was great. Good variety and food was hot.

    8.1
    Very Good · 291 reviews
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Victoria
    Breakfast options

    Only 5 minutes’ walk from the Inner Harbor, the Double Tree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Victoria offers two restaurants and bar on site. A mini market provides additional convenience.

    The view was amazing! And the staff was even better....

    8.1
    Very Good · 465 reviews
  • Huntingdon Manor Hotel
    Breakfast options

    Offering 2 on-site restaurants, The Huntingdon Manor Hotel provides free WiFi in all areas. A cable TV is included in all rooms. Victoria’s Inner Harbor is just 656 ft away.

    Location, breakfast included, good value for the location

    7.9
    Good · 1,904 reviews
  • Best Western PLUS Inner Harbour Hotel
    Breakfast options

    This Victoria hotel is within 5 minutes' walk of the British Columbia Parliament Buildings. It features a tour desk, balconies or patios and free Wi-Fi in every guest room.

    perfect location, good room rate, adequate breakfast

    7.8
    Good · 675 reviews
  • Accent Inns Victoria
    Breakfast options

    Located 8 minutes’ walk from Mayfair Shopping Center, this Victoria hotel offers free Wi-Fi. All rooms feature a coffee machine and a fridge.

    Staff were quite friendly and professional upon arrival.

    8.2
    Very Good · 370 reviews
  • Four Points by Sheraton Victoria Gateway
    Breakfast options

    Near activities such as shopping and golf, just off the Trans Canada Highway, this hotel provides comfortable guest rooms with contemporary amenities as well as relaxing facilities in Victoria,...

    Lovely spacious room. Comfortable bed. Friendly staff.

    7.9
    Good · 429 reviews

Budget hotels in Victoria

  • The Vic, Ascend Hotel Collection
    Cheap hotel

    Enjoy a beautiful getaway when you choose The Vic, Ascend Hotel Collection®. The Garden City is yours to explore when you visit our boutique hotel in Victoria BC.

    Brand new, very comfortable beds, excellent service.

    8.5
    Very Good · 582 reviews
  • Island Travel Inn
    Cheap hotel

    Located on the Trans-Canada Highway and 5-minute drive from the inner harbor, this hotel features free Wi-Fi. The Victoria Ferry is just 3 minutes away.

    Good according the price, the stay was very pleasant

    5.6
    Above average · 1,809 reviews
  • Red Lion Inn and Suites Victoria
    Cheap hotel

    Featuring a seasonal outdoor pool and 2 on-site restaurants, this Victoria hotel is located along major bus routes. Uptown Shopping Center is only 1 minute away.

    No Carpets, laminate and tile seems more sanitary.

    7.8
    Good · 3,606 reviews
  • Days Inn by Wyndham Victoria Uptown
    Cheap hotel

    Offering an indoor pool, fitness center and sauna, Days Inn Victoria Uptown is located in Victoria's Upper Harbor. All rooms feature a private entrance and free WiFi.

    Clean lovely room with kitchen and coffee machine !

    7.8
    Good · 1,586 reviews
  • The Bedford Regency Hotel
    Cheap hotel

    Located in the center of Victoria’s shopping and business district, this hotel is 5 minutes' walk from the Inner Harbor. It offers 2 on-site restaurants. Free WiFi is offered in all rooms.

    Nice access to Tourist area. Next door to Murchies Coffee.

    7.1
    Good · 795 reviews
  • WorldMark Victoria
    Cheap hotel

    Featuring an outdoor pool and hot tub, this resort hotel is located on Fisherman's Wharf in Victoria. A balcony with a gas BBQ is provided with each unit.

    Everything! Location, comfort, facility and service🙂

    9.1
    Wonderful · 93 reviews
  • Holiday Inn Victoria - Elk Lake, an IHG Hotel
    Cheap hotel

    Located just off Highway 17 and less than 6.2 mi from the Victoria city center, this Elk Lake Hotel & Suites features a seasonal outdoor heated pool and an on-site restaurant.

    There was no free breakfast which would have been nice.

    8.2
    Very Good · 121 reviews
  • Hotel Zed Victoria
    Cheap hotel

    An indoor heated pool is featured at this central Victoria hotel. Free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen cable TV are provided in all guest rooms. Butchart Gardens is 22 minutes’ drive away.

    Very clean. Excellent check- in / check -out.

    8.4
    Very Good · 467 reviews

Hotels located in the center of Victoria

  • Victoria Regent Waterfront Hotel & Suites
    Central location

    Overlooking Victoria's inner harbor and Parliament buildings, this hotel features a balcony or patio in each room. The Bay Center is 4 minutes’ walk away. Free WiFi is available.

    the apartment was very spacious and well equipped.

    8.9
    Excellent · 610 reviews
  • Inn at Laurel Point
    Central location

    With stunning views of Victoria harbor, this hotel features an indoor pool and a restaurant. Complimentary WiFi is provided. The Royal BC Museum is 0.6 mi away.

    Amazing location, beautiful room! I would highly recommend.

    8.5
    Very Good · 317 reviews
  • Helm's Inn
    Central location

    Outside of Beacon Hill Park, this all-suite hotel in Victoria city center offers spacious accommodations with free WiFi. Dallas Road is 15 minutes' walk away.

    Convenient, clean, comfortable & close to the city centre.

    8.5
    Very Good · 2,564 reviews
  • Fairways Hotel on the Mountain
    Central location

    Fairways Hotel on the Mountain has accommodations in Victoria. The property is located 6.1 miles from Royal Roads University, 9.1 miles from Camosun College and 11 miles from Point Ellice House.

    Beautiful surroundings. Comfortable and clean room.

    8.5
    Very Good · 338 reviews
  • Chateau Victoria Hotel & Suites
    Central location

    Chateau Victoria Hotel & Suites has rooms with a refrigerator and free WiFi. A cable TV is offered in each room at Chateau Victoria Hotel & Suites.

    everything was wonderful, mother son night away 💙

    8.4
    Very Good · 963 reviews
  • Hotel Grand Pacific
    Central location

    Featuring an indoor pool and hot tub, this Victoria hotel is just 3 minutes’ walk from the Victoria Clipper Ferry Terminal and Coho Ferry Terminal.

    Great central location Courteous staff. Clean rooms

    8.4
    Very Good · 900 reviews
  • Coast Victoria Hotel & Marina by APA
    Central location

    Featuring an indoor/outdoor pool and hot tub, this Victoria oceanfront hotel is located around the Inner Harbor, only 15 minutes' walk from the city center.

    Great food and all around great service by everyone

    8.3
    Very Good · 674 reviews
  • Victoria Marriott Inner Harbour
    Central location

    Featuring an indoor swimming pool and fitness center, this Victoria, British Columbia hotel is less than 10 minutes’ walk to whale watching tours at the Inner Harbor.

    They gave us a beautiful room. Nice and quiet at night.

    8.0
    Very Good · 472 reviews

FAQs about hotels in Victoria

Ye Olde England in British Columbia’s Capital

Picture Ye Olde English pubs, turn-of-the-century British buildings and immaculately planned parks. Now place it in a pristine coastal environment on Vancouver Island in Canada and you have the capital city of British Columbia, a region of extraordinary and unabashed beauty.

Grab your camera and head for a walk in the Garden City to the beautiful Butchart Gardens with its colourful flowers and foliage that change through the seasons. Revitalise your lungs with some pure Canadian air by going cycling along the largest network of bicycle tracks for any city in Canada.

The Inner Harbour provides many activities both on land or out to sea. Buskers and artists make this a lively epicentre of entertainment with many restaurants or take a harbour cruise to admire the coast from afar.

Whale watching is a must-do excursion from Victoria Harbour with the Orca whale a popular attraction. Craigdarroch Castle and the Royal British Columbia Museum are favourite day trips in the capital.

BC Ferries from Vancouver gets you to the southern tip of Vancouver Island. You can then drive a short distance to the city centre where most of the hotels are found on Booking.com. Victoria International Airport services flights from Canada and the USA.

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What Guests Said About Victoria:

  • 10

    I have the benefit of being a tourist as well as a former...

    I have the benefit of being a tourist as well as a former resident of Victoria. I know where to go to maximize my visits, which often take place in the winter months as a way to escape the cold and snow at home. On that note, February is a great time to experience Vancouver Island because the flowers are beginning to bloom. Victoria is a lovely city to walk around, but I would highly recommend heading up-island if you have time and explore more of the island. It's stunningly beautiful everywhere you look!
    Robert
    Canada
  • 10

    Victoria is a lovely safe easy capital city.

    Victoria is a lovely safe easy capital city. Lots to do and good restaurants. My favourite restaurant is Nubo. Use your phone to drive around and take the weird short cuts as they are so much fun. BC ferries are amazing for what they do but are also far from perfect and it pays to take a little time to understand their system. Get a reservation and keep it as simple as you can. Victoria is a great weekend visit but if you are from farther away there are other fantastic and close destinations. Either on the famous west coast but also on the easier east coast of Vancouver Island.
    Nick
    Canada
  • 10

    Beautiful city , great “A Day of Hockey in Canada”...

    Beautiful city , great “A Day of Hockey in Canada” celebration , restaurants are expensive ,but lots of them. We dined at the Keg , perfect waterfront view . Best Macarons ever in a shop called Bon macarons . Easy to walk everywhere, clean safe city .
    BJ
    Canada
  • 10

    My 28th visit to Victoria, BC, Canada in my lifetime was the...

    My 28th visit to Victoria, BC, Canada in my lifetime was the first one in January due to must-see exhibits at the Royal BC Museum (Angkor Wat) and the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria (Sophie Pemberton) ending soon. Although high winds & waves occurred on the days we took the ferry across the Salish Sea, the weather in Victoria was fine the whole time we were there! My friends & I walked onto the ferry, & traveled by bus to and from Victoria. We walked to the places we visited, and even in January these walks were pleasant. Yay! Victoria finally has a sewage treatment plant! This was my first visit since this plant became operational! It's sad that European Canadians built this city on land sacred to the Tung'uxw for thousands of years. I mourn the loss of pristine forests, waters, & skies in this part of the world, yet soon global warming will cause all 8 billion people on this planet to be extinct, so we must enjoy life while it lasts. {Global warming in 2023 was based on pollution in 1973, so we're locked into increased warming for 50 to 100 years due to this past foolishness plus feedbacks caused by the global warming in recent times. It sure would be nice if all the people in this world could agree to end all wars so we can begin World Peace One! This would of course include an end of pollution that will permeate Earth's atmosphere by 50 years in the future.} Stayed at James Bay Inn; ate there & at James Joyce Bistro. Always go as a walk-on passenger on the ferries, and ride public transit buses to & from Victoria on Vancouver Island. Always walk around town, especially via Beacon Hill Park. Keep life simple, make life sweet. Be nice to other people, and other people will be nice to you. Victoria is vital: It has a nice relaxed pulse.
    Bruce
    United States of America
  • 10

    Though we lived in Victoria for many years, seeing the...

    Though we lived in Victoria for many years, seeing the building that has gone on really has made a change to downtown. I'll need to re-aquaint myself with the shops, businesses and museums. Oh and the gardens too. I would love to ride on the harbour ferries. See the Nautical museum.Try the new Persian Restaurant on Burnside.Visit Irish Linen shop. Check out Crystal Gardens. I swam there as a child.
    Jeremy
  • 8.0

    The biggest disappointment was that The Royal Museum did not...

    The biggest disappointment was that The Royal Museum did not have the First Nation Display which was in the 1970's the best in the world. All over Victoria and BC is the language of the First Nation Peoples is apparent, is that really all the credit they are given???????? The Miniature World was dusty but most interesting. Victoria is a very walkable City! Butchart Garden via Bus 57 fantastic diplay of lights with the theme "12 days of Christmas"!
    Daghild
    United States of America

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Victoria

  • From $98.84 per night
    8.5
    Very Good · 1,597 reviews
    We loved everything about the James Bay and feel we have found THE PLACE we want to stay going forward whenever we visit family in Victoria! the location is awesome, in a charming neighborhood but close to walking to downtown and the wharf/water and shopping and restaurants, coffee places, bakeries. we loved the beds and the cleanliness, and the friendly and helpful staff, the Christmas decorations, the hot fresh coffee in the morning, the quiet, it was so quiet, no loud noises at all. we would recommend it to anyone going to Victoria!!!
    Nancy
    Canada
  • From $292.33 per night
    9.4
    Wonderful · 917 reviews
    This is just an exceptional place, it is a very well maintained Tudor style Luxury hotel not a B&B but similar , none of the shared things and very unique. Located in a lovely old neighborhood , walking distance to the Victoria downtown and the Ferry Terminals and Restaurants and do not miss the breakfast , you will not believe it . Also a library and sitting space . I really can't adequately describe the experience. Probably not for everyone ,no elevator. But they do have handicapped available in an adjacent building.
    Lynn
    United States of America
  • From $92.43 per night
    7.7
    Good · 858 reviews
    A boutique hotel on the edge of downtown Victoria, BC. The Room was great. Lovely decor and period architecture. On the negative side, the rooms do not have individual thermostats, and it was very hot. Had to have the window open and the a/c running..in Canadian November. The room was a bit on the small side, but overall, it was great. Will be staying there again for another short stay. Close to downtown by car. Comfortable bed and pillows. Our room had a desk, microwave and mini fridge.
    Jule
    Canada
  • From $177.77 per night
    8.3
    Very Good · 535 reviews
    This hotel is located right on the inner harbour across from downtown Victoria but joined by the West Bay walkway connecting you right around to downtown. The staff are friendly and inviting. The rooms are spacious, comfortable and extremely clean. The beds are so comfortable with the most amazing, cozy bedding. The drapes enclose the room in complete darkness for the best sleep. The covid protocols in place have been very well thought out. I would definitely recommend staying at this hotel!
    K
    Kimberly
    Canada
  • From $189.87 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 963 reviews
    The location of this hotel is perfect! Easy to walk everywhere you need to in downtown Victoria - up to Chinatown, over to the waterfront, and down to the parliament buildings, Beacon Hill Park, and Empress hotel. We really loved that it was pet friendly, had an indoor pool/hot tub, and a great restaurant (Vista 18) with a view at the top (we went for breakfast and it was really good)! The staff were all very friendly and the place was clean - will stay here again!
    Cody
    Canada
  • From $127.91 per night
    8.1
    Very Good · 1,105 reviews
    I loved the heritage building, the views, and the thoughtful and attentive staff. The historic charm and guest friendly atmosphere made me nostalgic for a time past. I felt rested and reconnected. The optional delicious breakfast in the lovely dining room topped if off. I also loved the quiet location bordering the heart of the Rockland area of Victoria. We were an easy distance from Cook St. Village, Fernwood Village, Oak Bay and downtown Victoria.
    Sylvia
    Canada
  • From $319.16 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 1,073 reviews
    Your staff are the best thing in a city where everyone is working so hard to provide the best service. The location is great as I presume that this hotel is largely responsible for the development and growth of Victoria You set a very high standard and the whole town has your hotel to thank and responsible for how this town has become the best of Canada
    Karen
    Seychelles
  • From $92.67 per night
    8.5
    Very Good · 582 reviews
    The best service in Victoria Staff are excellent, always cheerful and helpful spacious room very comfortable family room You feel everyone is welcoming you at the hotel and very friendly . I highly recommend the Vic hotel for everyone going to Victoria especially families. Thank you for such a great service.
    Ahmed
    Canada
  • From $145.94 per night
    8.5
    Very Good · 2,564 reviews
    The hotel is located in a very good location within walking distance from attractions like the Royal BC Museum, Beacon Hill Park, and the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. Also, the hotel is very near to downtown Victoria which has a number of good restaurants and cafes.
    Himanshu
    Canada
  • From $92.67 per night
    8.5
    Very Good · 582 reviews
    Very friendly service! Building is older but rooms are completely renovated and super clean. Location is close to downtown Victoria. Although there's no vending machine, you could find bottled water and pop etc in the liquor store attached to the hotel.
    Licheng
    Canada
  • From $159.54 per night
    7.9
    Good · 1,904 reviews
    The Resepcionist was very friendly, and I travel to Victoria to celebrate my daughters birthday, and the hotel make a surprise for her, it was very nice, thank you so much. The breakfast was fantastic.!!!😃😃 The service was very professional.!! 🤗🤗
    Laura Lizeth
    Mexico
  • From $124.48 per night
    8.9
    Excellent · 811 reviews
    The location was easy to find, the staff were friendly and helpful. The room and seating parlour were exceptional as well as the breakfast nook area. It was a perfect location for walking to all the best downtown attractions in Victoria.
    Nica
    Canada
  • From $201.74 per night
    7.8
    Good · 675 reviews
    We enjoyed having the hotel location near downtown and the harbor of Victoria. Loved the complimentary kitchenette. We only found out later, during check out , that there was on the premises a self serve guest laundry facility.
    Andrew
    Canada
  • From $170.83 per night
    8.7
    Excellent · 2,786 reviews
    the hotels location is excellent the rooms are spotless, the breakfast was amazing all in all this is the best value for a hotel within blocks of all the sites of Victoria. A wonderful couple of days spent here.
    Don
    Canada
  • 9.5
    Exceptional · 91 reviews
    This property was located right downtown with easy access to everything. The suite was well supplied and the owners obviously take pride in their property. It was one of the best days I’ve had in Victoria!
    Carolyn
    Canada
  • From $180.39 per night
    8.3
    Very Good · 1,102 reviews
    We liked the hotels location downtown Victoria, our accommodations were a junior suite much appreciated. Staff were very pleasant and professional, we were allowed an early check-in again appreciated.
    Frank
    Canada
  • From $292.33 per night
    9.4
    Wonderful · 917 reviews
    Everything. The staff are super. The hotel is clean. The rooms are beautiful. Location is great for walking to the downtown. Love the 16:30 snake. The included breakfast is 5 star.
    John
    Canada
  • From $166.54 per night
    7.8
    Good · 2,179 reviews
    hotel is a in a fantastic location close to ocean restaurants bars right in downtown Victoria There is a restaurant pub and games room on sight. Food was excellent
    Verlie
    Canada
  • From $153.67 per night
    7.1
    Good · 795 reviews
    The hotel was very accommodating of particular needs. The location is excellent if you want to explore downtown Victoria and nearby Beacon Hill Park.
    R18andR18
    Canada
  • From $200.46 per night
    8.3
    Very Good · 674 reviews
    Beautiful room on the corner with an excellent view of the harbour. The best hotel we have stayed in Victoria.
    Bob
    Canada

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