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Pool was lovely overlooking the Gorge Waterway. Breakfast was satisfactory, very good selection. Room was large, a little tired, but very clean. Good location. Friendly knowledgable staff. Price reasonable. Air con worked well, away from the street, so not noisy.
We celebrated Canada's 150th Birthday in Victoria, B.C. We booked two nights at the Econo Lodge Inn. for a very reasonable rate. We were pleasantly surprised to find how spacious the room was with 2 queen beds. The location was ideal on the beautiful Gorge,...More
We stayed there as a group of about 25. Breakfast was included which made it easy and good value. Was reasonably clean and well maintained. For an economy hotel I would say it was above average. I'd stay again for sure.
I stayed one night at this motel and it was good. The room was spacious and clean, there was a port to charge my phone and it was a good location.
On a negative note, the room smelt of cigarettes the moment I opened the...More
Driving up to this place we were concerned. It looked tired, old and a bit scruffy but as we had pre paid we pressed on and were pleased we did. Our room was large, clean and tidy, but in need of some upgrade. It offered...More
US$60 - US$207 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I would recommend the Pacific Coach Lines or renting a vehicle in Vancouver and take the ferry over to Swartz Bay. I find most people who are visiting Victoria like the freedom of having a car to see more of the island... More
I would recommend the Pacific Coach Lines or renting a vehicle in Vancouver and take the ferry over to Swartz Bay. I find most people who are visiting Victoria like the freedom of having a car to see more of the island. There is public transportation, however, this may limit you to specific place you would like to visit while you are on the Island. We hope you have a fantastic cruise! We look forward to your visit with us. Safe journeys, Econo Lodge Inn & Suites, Victoria, BC.
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"Ask for a room away from the road, wifi a little slow"