Days Inn - Victoria On The Harbour

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

427 Belleville St., Victoria, British Columbia, V8V 1X3, Canada

1 Review

Days Inn Victoria On The Harbour
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82%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
19%
55
Very Good
39%
109
Average
24%
68
Poor
12%
34
Terrible
4%
12

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 37% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families58
  • Couples65
  • Solo75
  • Business45
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    At the Inner Harbour

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    The Days Inn offer 70 rooms; some of them have a harbour view.

    Unique Quality: Free parking.
    Free High Speed Internet.
    Heated outdoor pool.

    Directions: At the Inner Harbour; 1 block West from the BC PArliament buildings.

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Fish and Natural Features, Burnside Heritage MuralFish and Natural Features, Burnside Heritage Mural

Mural along Sea Wall at Scrap Metal DealerMural along Sea Wall at Scrap Metal Dealer

Interior of Old British Fish and ChipsInterior of Old British Fish and Chips

Preserved Plant and Animal Material from Early EraPreserved Plant and Animal Material from Early Era

Forum Posts

Anyone living in Victoria

by Nateisenough

I am going to Victoria for a few days with my fiancee. I have read that whale watching is frowned upon there. Is this true? We would like to see the whales, but as a biologist myself, I don't want to contribute to irresponsible activities.
Thanks and have a great day.
Nathan from Tampa

Re: Anyone living in Victoria

by YVRDave

Whale watching is a thriving business in Victoria. The operators are very concerned with the whales lives and do not interfere with their activity.
Enjoy away

Re: Anyone living in Victoria

by Roadquill

We were just there last fall and we did not note any such "frowning". The City and surroundings have a strong pro-environmental sense. Considering all the coffee places it is pretty laid back.. Karl

Travel Tips for Victoria

Take a harbour ferry ride.

by worldkiwi

Victoria's tubby little harbour ferries really tickled my fancy when I was there. These cool little vessels chug around the inner harbour providing a type of water bus service between dedicated wharves and jetties. A journey from any one point to another cost a flat C$4 when I was there in July 2006. Tourists could also pay much more to charter a harbour ferry for a cruise around the harbour. The accompanying picture is of the first harbour ferry I took in Victoria, docked below the Empress Hotel at the end of my trip. The skipper obligingly posed.

Take a bicycle and ride the...

by Jay_in_YYJ

Take a bicycle and ride the Galloping Goose trail. Follow either the trail to the BC Ferries or out to Colwood (and, if you are more ambitious, all the way to Sooke).
If walking is more your style, walk around the inner harbour and stop at the Empress Hotel for afternoon tea. The surrounding, decor, activity, and a little imagination will take you back to the elegance of the British Empire in the days of Queen Victoria.

Sightseeing on the #11 Bus

by Jetgirly

BC Transit's system of city busses can take you more places in Victoria than you would realize! One of the nicest busses is the #11 bus, called "UVic via Gorge-Uplands" in one direction and "Gorge-Uplands via UVic" in the other. Either way you ride the bus, there is lots to see and do. For both trips you should start downtown, catching the bus along Douglas Street.

On the bus heading to UVic, you will ride up Fort Street (look out for Craigdarroch Castle) and then into the scenic Oak Bay area. The bus will take you through the Uplands, an area of exclusive mansions. You can get off the bus in this area and check out some of the great houses- my favorite is white one with gold urns on the roof- WHY? WHY? On the other side of the Uplands is Cadboro Bay... a quaint area with a nice beach for kids. Called Gyro Park, the beach has giant models of sea creatures and boats for your kids to play on (discourage play inside the octopus... it's just dirty in there). After the beach, catch the next #11 up to UVic and either wander through Finnerty Gardens, or transfer to a double-decker #14 and go back downtown. You can also catch a #11 back to town, but that's not as much fun!

From downtown in the OTHER direction, the #11 takes you through an area that I think is called Vic West or Esquimalt, but I've never been sure. There are lots of hotels and apartment buildings at first, but then the bus travels along the scenic Gorge waterway and you can watch for blue herons. Hop off the bus and walk along the water if you'd like. The #11 bus continues on to Tillicum Mall, which is definitely not one of the nicer malls in Victoria but it does have a brand new Old Navy store, as well as Winners (a crazy discount department store where you can occasionally find designer clothes for 50% off or so... GREAT deals on sunglasses!) From the mall, take the #11 back into town.

Cherry Blossoms

by Sharrie

Cherry Blossoms in Victoria?! WoW!!!
Another one of my favorites; I sure am lucky to find them here! Love them to distractions :-D
(I've tons of photos on cherry blossoms sakura under my Tokyo, Kyoto & Osaka pages.

Victoria Dragon Boat Festival

by Jetgirly

For the past eleven summers, people from around the world have gathered in Victoria's Inner Harbour to participate in the Dragon Boat Festival. The highlight of the festival is the Dragon Boat Race, in which mixed-gender teams of 16-20 rowers race 500 meters across the Inner Harbour in elaborate dragon boats (based on a traditional Chinese design). The race celebrates Victoria's rich history of multiculturalism and teamwork. Other activities occur as part of the event, including musical performances, face-painting and ethnic food samples. The festival is usually held towards the end of August.

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Address: 427 Belleville St., Victoria, British Columbia, V8V 1X3, Canada