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The Best Hotels In Victoria (British Columbia) For Business Travelers, 2020

Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, is well-renowned for a variety of reasons, like ravishing art and architecture, enormous outdoor activities, beautiful marine life, magnetizing nature, and whatnot. Canada’s most romantic city, Victoria BC, also ranks among the top 15 Friendliest Cities in the world. Internationally known as The City of Gardens, it features globally-renowned Butchart Gardens that hosts over one million visitors every year.

The Royal BC Museum, formed in the 19th century, is one of the premier cultural institutions in the world. In Canada, you can find the most exhaustive collection of Asian art at The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.

Its Vancouver Island has been designated as one of the best cold-water diving destinations on earth. It features diversity in marine life and ranks high in terms of water clarity. Victoria’s waters are also home to three resident pods of orca whales. Its major contributors to the economy are technology, food products, tourism, education, federal and provincial government administration and services. Hence, overall, it’s a well-diversified city with an enormous scope of growth.

  1. Abigail’s Hotel
    906 McClure St, Victoria, BC V8V 3E7, Canada
    It’s truly a home away from home. Its complimentary breakfast, friendly staff, exemplary service, comfortable rooms with an interior of the ancient world blended with romantic luxury would make your day. This adult-only hotel is a Tudor-style mansion and is located at a walking distance of Victoria’s harborside, quiet nearby downtown.
  2. The Magnolia Hotel & Spa
    623 Courtney St, Victoria, BC V8W 1B8, Canada
    Just a 5 to 6-minute walk of Victoria Conference Centre and the Royal BC Museum; the Magnolia Hotel features traditional furnishings with floor-to-ceiling windows and marble bathrooms along with soaking tubs. Hence, it’s a perfect place for vanishing all your day’s weariness, and its 24/7 business center and 3 meeting rooms are enough for you to conduct your business meetings.
  3. Hotel Fairmont Empress
    721 Government St, Victoria, BC V8W 1W5, Canada
    This is an ideal hotel for meetings, weddings, and events. Globally recognized as one of the top 21 iconic hotels, this hotel recently underwent a restoration of $60+ million and has turned out to be glamorous as never before. It keeps introducing one or the other offer for your economic friendly stays. Experience tea at ‘Tea at the Empress’ and dining at ‘Q at the Empress’.
  4. The Oswego Hotel
    500 Oswego St, Victoria, BC V8V 5C1, Canada
    Lying in the center of downtown, this modern structure is an 8-minute walk from the Royal BC Museum. This highly-rated hotel features polished studios and 1- and 2-bedroom suites. In-suite spa and business centers are also available.
  5. Oak Bay Beach Hotel
    1175 Beach Dr, Victoria, BC V8S 2N2, Canada
    It’s truly a luxury boutique resort near Victoria that features miles of beaches, shops, art galleries, lip-smacking food and wine, bakeries and coffee shops to linger in. It also offers its guests, pool passes. So, just take a deep breath in and let go off your stress while relaxing by the sea.
  6. Embassy Inn Hotel
    520 Menzies St, Victoria, BC V8V 2H4, Canada
    Its surroundings can amaze anybody. Lying on a street covered with trees from both the sides, opposite the British Columbia Parliament, this hotel is at a walking distance from passenger ferries, and the Royal BC Museum.
  7. Hotel Grand Pacific
    463 Belleville St, Victoria, BC V8V 1X3, Canada
    Quite near the major attractions of the city, this A1 hotel offers elegant rooms with private balconies and its harbor views can blow anyone’s mind. Fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, loaners, sauna, and indoor pool are its salient features.
  8. Chateau Victoria Hotel and Suites
    740 Burdett Ave, Victoria, BC V8W 1B2, Canada
    This hotel is nearby Hotel Grand Pacific and is decked up with almost similar amenities. You can cherish the harbor views from dining area and the adjacent wine bar, regional cuisine and live music at weekends.
  9. Victoria Regent Waterfront Hotel & Suites
    1234 Wharf St, Victoria, BC V8W 3H9, Canada
    The polished rooms of this elegant downtown waterfront hotel are enough to give you a royal feel. A pair of opulent penthouse suites has rooftop sundecks. Spa treatments are available inside your room but for a fee. They also offer a bar/grill, a business center, and meeting spaces.
  10. Victoria Marriott Inner Harbour
    728 Humboldt St, Victoria, BC V8W 3Z5, Canada
    While taking a break from your mundane life, if you head towards Canada, try Marriott! It’s a complete package of clean, comfort, cooperation, and convenient.

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