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Be “transported back 100 years” at this 1908 landmark on the Inner Harbour—“the best location.” Refurbished in early 2010, rooms in earth tones are “large and pleasant.” Full review →
Opened in 1908, this ivy-draped harborside château and city landmark has aged gracefully, with top-notch service and sympathetically restored Edwardian furnishings. Full review →
Staying at this full-service landmark hotel makes for a memorable experience. Full review →
Recognized as Vancouver's largest convention and events destination, the legendary Fairmont Empress sits on the edge of Victoria's Inner Harbour. Full review →
Grande dame hotel in Victoria, British Columbia, with a spa, restaurant, pool and afternoon tea. Full review →
Rooms at this ivy-covered, century-old Inner Harbour landmark are elegant but conservative and some are quite small, but the overall effect is grand and classy. Full review →Even if you don't stay, make sure you stroll through and soak up the ambience.
This hotel, for being such an old fashioned redoubt of traditionalism, nonetheless embraces a forward-leaning green policy. Full review →
Ivy-covered, British-inspired 1908 hotel (don't miss the traditional afternoon tea with scones and finger sandwiches) facing the Inner Harbour; one of Victoria's best addresses. Full review →
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