Royal Victoria Suites3 Votes
- Address: 1413 Government Street, Victoria, BC V8W 1Z1, Canada
- Phone: +1-8004446633
- Tags: Hotel, Family And Kids
In a splendid 19th Century mansion, the Royal Victoria Suites offers luxurious sojourns to its guests. The suites of this 3-star hotel carry the royal touch of Victorian decor. You can book both 1 bedroom and 2-bedroom suites here. In all the hardwood floor enabled suites of this hotel, you will find facilities like high-quality beds with linens and bedding, fireplace, microwave, television, hair dryer, equipped kitchen, and toaster. The Royal Victoria Suites not ensures comfort, but it also ensures the full privacy of the guests.
How to Reach Royal Victoria Suites
- Buses 15, 24, 10, 25 to stop - Westbound Pandora at Government
- Buses 25, 10, 15, 24 to stop - Northbound Government at Johnson
Royal Victoria Suites Reviews & Ratings
The staff are friendly. The room is very nice and clean. With 2 bedrooms and an extra pull out sofa bed which can accommodate 6 people. The suite looks newly renovated with a mix of modern and vintage touch. The high vaulted ceiling in the living room area opens up the space. Nice loft with washer and dryer. The gas fireplace is beautiful, made out of bricks. Love the open concept, the tiny island in the kitchen, the balcony outside and the rooftop with patio table and chairs and a BBQ grill. Kitchen is fully equipped. Wifi is free and fast. Location is in the heart of downtown which is awesome and everything is a close walking distance. However, the suite has no AC and tends to get very warm during the day. Also, the signage is minute and therefore is hard to find. Although, parking is free before 9 am and after 6 pm, on-street parking downtown in front of the hotel is a struggle, especially during midday. Otherwise, you have to pay $10/night for parking at Best Western Valet service which is only a block away from Royal suites. Overall, our stay was amazing. Satisfied guest!
High tea was nice. Not like the Emperess Hotel, but not as expensive either. Scones were great. Desert was good. Sandwiches were large and good. Fruit was fresh. Tea was ok. For the price it was beautiful and enjoyable, would do it again.
Nice facility, only issue was bedroom too warm , no windows, heritage building so can't install air conditioning. But living quarters were great, personnel very pleasant and helpful. Parking about three blocks away, $10 per day
Stayed 3 nights in a top floor room (3rd story). The halls are thin, but the tall ceilings help ease a feeling of being squished. Location is an easy flat walk from the ferry, but a small unassuming entrance that feels like a secret entry. The staff is lovely, the rooms are clean and very well kept. Our room has a loft with a bed and washer/dryer in the closet. The main floor has a bathroom, one bedroom, and a small kitchen with a full fridge, small dishwasher, oven with electric range, and a floating island. The living room has a fireplace and tall windows in a vintage brick wall. Our only slight letdown was all the nearby recommendations were guest based and organized via post-its on a wall near the lobby. The recommendation binder was hand written by guests, too, which made it tricky to skim through and find a good dinner or activity fast. The WiFi was fast and reliable, however, so we just used that.
Beautiful little hideaway