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"I like the location."
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Mar 22, 2014
Its a nice hotel but I would not go again in March break. Too many noisy kids around without supervision. In the business centre there were kids climbing on the desk and touching everything and not behaving. No parents around like they owned the place. Other then that it was Ok, it is a older hotel that was remodelled so not a five star but good location and friendly staff.
"great for the price."
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 24, 2014
I think the Empress is a landmark in Victoria. I consider the hotel a little kitch, but it was a fun way to stay in Victoria. The bathrooms were not as up-to date as a similarly priced modern hotel, but the location and the "fun" of "staying at the Empress" made up for the lesser bathrooms. Considering the price, it was an excellent deal. I wouldn't recommend it for business travel, but would highly recommend it for tourist travel to Victoria.
"Minutes from family residence"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Nov 11, 2013
The room itself was just right, especially the pillows! Very comfortable. I didn't see any robes for our use, though I thought they were provided. We had breakfast in the downstairs "Inferno" bar/restaurant, and the young lady who served us (Tarns) was the perfect hostess and should be recognized as such. Our one complaint: We were billed $14.00 for coffee for two--each and every refill was charged for (my husband had two refills after the original cup, I had no refills after the original cup). Each cup and refill was billed at $3.50--which is exorbitant! Even the $3.50 price for a single cup of coffee is too much! (Our server was embarrassed about this policy when we asked about the charge, but it was no fault of hers.) How do you justify this?
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