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Stay in the Heart of Victoria’s Most Famous District


Our Location

The Quality Inn Downtown Inner Harbor Hotel is located at the corner of Blanshard & Courtney Streets, within easy walking distance of Victoria’s famous Inner Harbour with its museums, historic landmarks, fantastic dining, and quaint shops.

Visitors will be entertained by performers and musicians along the Inner Harbour causeway, and will enjoy the short walk to the city's main attractions, such as the Royal BC Museum, IMAX Theatre, whale watching tour departures and more.

Shopping lovers can walk from our downtown Victoria hotel's front door to the Bay Shopping Centre, Antique Row shops and to the boutiques on Government Street. For those travelling to Victoria on business we are ideally located within a block of the Victoria Conference Centre, government offices and the business district. The Quality Inn Downtown Victoria Hotel is also located close to U.S. Ferry terminals.


About Victoria

Located at the southern tip of Vancouver Island and boasting a mild climate year-round, Victoria, British Columbia is Canada’s "City of Gardens", abundant with breathtaking scenery, British character, world-class attractions, festivals and more.

Whether you choose to see our city by horse-drawn carriage ride among the many Victorian heritage homes in historic James Bay or tour the city on a Double Decker bus, you are sure to enjoy the many gardens seaside trails and beaches that Victoria has to offer.


Things to Do in Victoria

Outdoor Activities

Experience the many leisure activities our hotel's downtown Victoria location provides access to, whether you are looking to explore the natural beauty of the Pacific Ocean or to take in a round of golf with friends. And of course, shops galore! For those who like a more active sightseeing adventure you can cycle the Galloping Goose Trail, get up-close and personal with whales on eco-tours, kayak the Gorge Waterway, or try ziplining, golfing, or hiking; and that's just to start.


Natural Wonders

No visit would be complete without seeing Victoria’s famous marine life including Orcas, Minkes, or Humpback whales. Spectacular whale-watching tours are offered April to October, and marine wildlife tours are available from year-round. Move at your own pace, and rent a canoe or kayak and explore the calm Gorge Waterway.


Cultural Attractions

Victoria is also home to many museums, galleries, spas and the world-renowned Butchart Gardens. Be sure to check with our front desk staff as several festivals are held throughout the year, such as the Victoria Day Parade, the international Swiftsure Yacht Race and the Dragonboat Festival.


Golfing, Shopping and More

Victoria's mild climate also allows for year-round golfing with many golf courses to choose from. Olympic View, Arbutus Ridge, Cordova Bay and the Jack Nicklaus designed Bear Mountain to name a few, each beckons with challenging courses and spectacular views. The Quality Inn Downtown would be pleased to customize your golf package upon request.

And what would a vacation be without a little shopping? Government Street offers a collection of art galleries, jewellers, souvenir shops, cafes, and other casual or formal retail shops. You will find nostalgic "treasures" on Antique Row, only steps from the Inner Harbour. A short drive from downtown Victoria is quaint Oak Bay Village, filled with British Imports.


Victoria’s Climate

Located in a sub-Mediterranean climate zone, Victoria, British Columbia boasts the mildest weather in Canada. While Victoria's winters are mild and rarely include snow, some warmer clothing is recommended between November & March. This mild pleasant winter climate attracts many visitors to Victoria, escaping the winter in other parts of the country.

Sheltered by the coastal mountains of the Pacific Northwest, the average amount of rainfall in the summer months is 2.5 cm (1 inch) and only 5 cm (2 inches) in the winter months. Ocean breezes keep the summer temperatures pleasant and the humidity low.


Butchart Gardens

The Butchart Gardens is one of the world's premier floral show gardens. Jennie Butchart began to shape this magnificent landscape in 1904. She established, in the style of the grand estates of the period, several distinct gardens to evoke a range of aesthetic experiences. An abandoned limestone quarry was transformed into the dramatic Sunken Garden, a reflection of the early 20th-century beautification movement and an exceptional achievement in Canadian gardening history. Through successive generations of the Butchart family, The Gardens has retained much of its original design, and continues the Victorian tradition of seasonally changing the outstanding floral displays.

 A must see for visitors to Victoria!!


Victoria Points of Interest