Cheap Victoria hotels prove you can find a comfortable and chic place to stay without paying a lot of money. Luxury hotels and Victoria budget hotels have a lot of things in common—both offer a private retreat and place to anchor on your Victoria vacation. The big difference comes in the price. While a luxury hotel can cost serious money every night, a budget hotel can keep your spending in check, without requiring any compromises.
Many Victoria hotels are clustered around the ferry terminals, a perfect choice for vacations without car rentals. With a number of departures from Vancouver, Seattle, and a host of other starting points, you have a lot of flexibility in your vacation plans.
If you're looking for cheap Victoria hotels with style, consider the James Bay Inn. Just a short walk from the Victoria Clipper and the Coho Ferry at 270 Government Street, the inn is a convenient choice for ferry passengers. One of the oldest hotels in Victoria has been upgraded with the modern conveniences. Rooms are located within the main hotel building as well as a cottage and a neighboring historic house. Guests who book extended-stay packages, which start in as little time as a week, will enjoy even better rates. One available package at this fine choice for Victoria budget hotels includes two nights free for every five paid nights as well as discounts on meals in the onsite cafe and free WiFi. For those who stay a full month, they could pay for fifteen nights and enjoy an incredible fifteen nights free.
If you'd like to enjoy the views of the Inner Harbour without paying a premium price, you'll be in luck. Several of the cheap Victoria hotels are located within a mile of one of the scenic waterfronts anywhere. Located at 427 Belleville Street, the Days Inn Victoria inn enjoys a prime location without premium price tag. Many of the 71 guestrooms at the Days Inn Victoria on the Harbour overlook the water, and the entire hotel is across the street from the ferry docks. Scenic Beacon Hill Park is just a short stroll away. The guestrooms, which range is size from standard double rooms to deluxe kings, all offer large flat-screen TVs and in-room coffee. Beyond the rooms, the hotel includes an outdoor pool, open seasonally, and a whirlpool open year-round. With a lounge and restaurant, you can enjoy a meal without the extra cost or hassle of finding somewhere to eat.
Victoria budget hotels with great rates also are easy to find when staying downtown. In the center of all the action, these downtown hotels offer convenience and low prices. Abigail's Hotel (pictured) is nestled in a downtown Tudor building at 906 McClure Street. While it may seem pricey to stay here, the available packages pack a lot of value into the room rate. The hotel includes 23 guestrooms of various sizes. If you choose one of the smaller rooms, you'll enjoy great rates and the same level of service as the guests staying in the suites. For any of the rooms, perks include in-room MP3 player docks and flat-screen TVs. The hotel offers special packages throughout the year; some include tickets to the spectacular Butchart Gardens.