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Four Star Victoria hotels

Victoria is a picturesque city surrounded by jaw-dropping mountains, set in a windswept bay on Canada’s west coast. Take some time to relax and explore nature with great hikes, kayaking, and biking. The city itself has an innovative energy to it and you’ll find plenty of bohemian cafés, restaurants, and bars. Complete your 4-star vacation to Victoria with visits to museums, art galleries, and stores in this easily walkable city, and find yourself fully refreshed by the time it comes to leave.

Things to see in Victoria

The Royal BC Museum is considered the best in the province, with a wealth of interesting attractions. See dioramas of local extinct wildlife, such as woolly mammoths, visit the First Peoples’ exhibit to learn about Native Canadian culture, and discover Victoria’s pre- and post-colonial past. Craigdarroch Castle is an elegant 19th-century turreted mansion steeped in that era’s décor and architecture. The highlight is the vista that awaits you at the top of the 87-step stained-glass staircase—a view of the majestic snow-capped peaks of the Olympic Mountains. The Emily Carr House is the birthplace of one of Canada’s best-known painters. Display exhibits and restored rooms showcase her talents, and works from local contemporary artists add to a stimulating and interesting excursion. For a breath of fresh west coast air, take a wander around the Butchart Gardens—an extensive series of manicured lawns with renowned floral displays, statuettes, and fountains—and one of Victoria’s top attractions.

4-star hotels in Victoria

Victoria prides itself on its top-drawer services and comfortable surroundings. It therefore comes as no surprise that Victoria 4-star hotels are among the best in the world. Most four-star hotels in Victoria have fantastic amenities, ranging from great on-site restaurants with stylish bars and lounges, to delectable breakfast options served daily. Most of Victoria’s 4-star accommodation comes with a swimming pool and spa services. You can also expect to find airport shuttles and on-site parking, fitness centers, and free WiFi. Quite a few hotels also offer local shuttle services, terraces, gardens, and even golf courses.

Where to stay in Victoria

Sooke is situated outside of downtown Victoria in a gorgeous harbor with a great range of 4-star accommodation. Rainforests and untouched beaches are your neighbors here on the Pacific coast, and hiking is a popular activity in East Sooke Park. The cozy, historic neighborhood of Rockland is home to traditional architecture, lush gardens, opulent houses, and some of the best 4-star hotels in Victoria. James Bay is the oldest district on Canada’s west coast. Relax here in one of the area’s many upmarket hotels, surrounded by the ocean and the Olympic Mountains, and explore at a slower pace with a horse-drawn carriage tour through the old town.

How to get to Victoria

Although Victoria International Airport serves a number of major US and Canadian cities, most international connections come through Vancouver. The airport is around 30 minutes’ drive from downtown Victoria, with an efficient service provided by many minibuses. Alternatively, hop in a cab and head directly to your hotel. You can also reach Victoria by boat, if you’re coming from Vancouver or Seattle—ferries are frequent and arrive at Victoria’s Inner Harbor. Victoria is a walkable city, and people also use bikes and buses to get around. For longer journeys, cabs are reliable and plentiful.

Victoria travel guides

Victoria Travel Guides

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