Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Flin Flon does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Victoria Inn, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Victoria Inn features room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and a lounge. If you are driving to Victoria Inn, free parking is available.
While in Flin Flon be sure to experience local ribs favourites at The Royal Rib & Steak House.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular monuments and statues such as Flintabbaty Flonatin Statue.
Victoria Inn puts the best of Flin Flon at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The room was kind of shabby with dated carpet and furniture. Anywhere else in Canada this would be $89 a night at the most. I can't express how underwhelming the accommodations were, and for that price?
Quite possibly the rudest experience I’ve ever had with a front desk staff. When I reached my room after an already less than stellar encounter with front desk staff, I was greeted by a room that had not been cleaned. Not a big deal really but unfortunately I had to deal with the front desk person again. When I advised I’d need another room it seemed that I triggered something that led to outward anger toward me. No apology was offered. On a side note, the shower in my “clean” room contained numerous short and curly hairs.
Very friendly staff. Welcoming and accommodating. Was confusing trying to find our room, but there was a door onto the parking lot which was nice. Not anything spectacular but still nice. Restaurant was amazing, the pitas with spinach dip is a must have! Pool wasn’t open, but looked nice.
The room was clean and bed comfortable. Checkin person was very friendly and realized my room rate was higher than quoted previously when I had reserved. The rate did not include a breakfast bar so overall I was disappointed in not getting competitive value. The KELSEY room breakfast was good, but again a bit expensive compared to other similar regional restaurants. The sole waitress was very, very unfriendly towards me scolding me for seating myself. She seemed overwhelmed with the rush of people who showed up shortly after I arrived. Fortunately I let her surly behaviour roll off my shoulders . Had I had more time I normally would have left without ordering and found another restaurant. As there is not a lot of hotels of quality in FLIN FLON, Victoria inn is likely the best choice. Therefore they charge more for rooms and not include breakfast which is now pretty standard in the industry. …
The Victoria Inn isn't a fancy hotel, but it is clean and comfortable. The front desk, restaurant and cleaning staff are friendly and helpful. In all the times I have stayed there, I have never had to complain about anything. Walmart and Canadian Tire are walking distance in the event you forgot or ran out of something. There is a pool and hot tub, but I have never used them. The parking lot is great size both in front and along the side.
We flew passengers to Flin Flon on a 3-day trip. Stayed at the Victoria Inn. Nice hotel, reasonably priced. Typical rooms, though fresh and clean. The restaurant serves surprisingly good food. The staff were very friendly and hospitable. Gave us recommendations for things to do while in Flin Flon. Very enjoyable stay for an October trip.
Stayed for 3 nights here. The staff was amazing! So friendly and helpful from the desk staff to the room cleaners, all were great! Rooms were clean. Beds were very comfortable. Booked a junior suite which was very spacious. Unfortunately there was a roof leak outside our door and could hear water dripping in the room. Was a slight incident on one night with some unruly guests but staff took care of the situation and promptly removed the noisy guests. Would definitely stay again. Within walking distance to a small Walmart that was useful to grab a few items when needed. Had a small pool and hot tub that the kids enjoyed.
Staff was very friendly upon check in. Room were very clean and comfortable. It was slightly outdated but I don’t usually care as long as it’s clean. Restaurant attached for all meals of the day. Pool was open but no hot tub. I’ll stay again.
We spent two nights at the Victoria Inn and thought it was a great place to stay. There’s good parking outside and once inside the friendly, helpful reception staff will make you feel at home. The rooms are large, clean and modern. We had restful nights sleep and enjoyed breakfast at their attached restaurant in the mornings. All in all a lovely stay
If you want a hotel that is overpriced, that stinks of stale smoke, that does not inform you of the true cost of your room (or the local hotel tax) when booking and that has rude front desk staff, then this is the hotel for you. We had the misfortune to spend two nights at this hotel last week. When we booked our room, the information that we were given was that we would get "the best available rate" and that the average cost per room was $178 - implying that this was the cost of the room. There was no mention of a local 'hotel tax' of 5%, or of a damage deposit charge of $100 for the first night and $50 for the second night (had we been so advised, we would not have reserved a room at a hotel where they have to charge their clientele a damage deposit). We found out about the additional charges when we checked in and also found out that the actual cost of our room - the "best available rate" - was actually $188/night rather than the implied price given when we booked, plus the 5% local hotel tax - a total cost of $197.40. For a hotel we would rate as a 1 star hotel at best, a per night charge of almost $200 is excessive to say the least!! In addition to this, we had to sign a paper indicating we would not smoke in the hotel room - still not sure why as the room absolutely reeked of stale tobacco smoke. When we mentioned this to the front desk staff, we were rudely informed that the carpets were cleaned twice a year and that it didn't matter how many times the room was painted, the smell remained because of the humidity. Absolute rubbish - we have stayed in many hotels of a similar age to the Victoria Inn, provincially, nationally and internationally, where smoking was once allowed, but is no longer. Never have we had to put up with such a stench of old stale tobacco smoke in a hotel room - maybe because all of the soft furnishings (carpets, curtains soft chairs etc.) that harbour the smell of tobacco were removed from those hotels. Based on the stains on the room carpet, it would appear that this did not happen here. We have filled out the hotels generic survey form, but the questions asked, and the space for additional comments do not allow you to properly reflect any poor experiences you may have had.…