Heart of Downtown's old town location. Just steps to dozens of attractions, restaurants and clubs and 100 meters to the west coast ocean harbour know as the Victoria's Inner Harbour.
This converted 1883 Hotel know as the Oriental Hotel was converted to condominiums in 2011 to gives you all the amenities while retaining the charm of a yesteryear hotel. Its a great location to explore the beauty of British Columbia's capital city, Victoria.
You can sail around the inner harbour on Harbour Ferries to such great spots as FIsherman's Wharf and enjoy fresh seafood at Barbs Fish and Chips, or walk down the causeway to see the Buskers and street vendors in front of the Grand Empress Hotel. Or just enjoy the 19th century pace of a horse drawn carriage ride. Its all here complete with the BC Museum (+Imax), the Maritime Museum, great shopping and food.
If your looking for affordable and convenient location, this is it.
Check in is 4 PM and check out is at Noon.
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As seasoned travellers we know what makes or breaks a holiday. One of our favourite spots is Paris, so we decorated this unit with 'a touch of Paris'
As a couple who value the character and architecture, we have always admired this building, so when they did this conversion to condos in 2011, we were interested in owning a piece of it.
By locating in the heart of downtown, you have access to literally hundreds of fine restaurants, attractions and shopping plus great walks and sight seeing along the waterfront.
Whale watching, sea kayaking, float plane scenic flights, world famous Buchart Gardens, day trip to seattle by the Victoria Clipper - all from downtown Victoria's inner harbour area. 'What to do and see' booklet provided in the suite.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Jun 1 2014 - Aug 31 2014
7 night minimum stay
|Property Damage Protection||$49.00|
|A deposit of %20% to PAYPAL will confirm your booking dates, the balance 30 days prior to arrival.|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.