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Coast Victoria Hotel & Marina by APA
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Reviewed November 11, 2009

We recently stayed 2 nights at the Coast Victoria Harbourside. For around $100 per night, we had a harbourview room with a balcony. the room was very spacious and the service was very good. The location is good as well, about 15 minutes to the heart of downtown, and on the harbour with access to the seaside walking paths. Parking was, as expected, too expensive at $12 per night. There is free internet, and it worked very well.

Overall, the hotel is slightly below the Marriott and the Delta, but really worth a look if the price is right.

  • Stayed: November 2009, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Hazley
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Reviewed October 14, 2009

I have been staying at this hotel for about 3 years on and off for business travel. The quality has always been very good. Front staff always friendly and my resevervation is ready when I arrive.
If you are booking, make sure you get a room on the harbour side and request a bigger balcony rather then the Juliet one that a lot of rooms have. It is worth the little bit extra cost.
However, do not make the mistake of eating in the Blue Crab bistro that is located in the hotel, the cost is way too high for the quality of food and the service. I believe the restuarant has recently changed Chef's, this one is a Gordon Ramsey's nightmare!
Breakfast room service is good.

  • Stayed: October 2009, traveled on business
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3  Thank chefVictoria
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Reviewed October 13, 2009

We stayed at the Coast Harbourside, and we're happy we did. we had reserved a room with a superior view and a king size bed. we called the day before our arrival to confirm our room. Upon arrival we were asked if we would accept a room with a queen sized bed, and we said " no, we confirmed our reservation yesterday and we want our room with a king size bed ". That was it, we got our room ( room no. 410 ). The hallways could use some updates, but we were happy with our room. Our balcony overlooked the harbour where we could watch the sea planes take off and land, we could watch the water taxis, pleasure and fishing boats and the ferry. Staff was excellent, from the front desk to the concierge to the bartenders and waiters. the walk to the main innner harbour is about 10 minutes along the water front and even shorter by walking down superior to menze streeet. a great breakfast place is the james bay tea room on the corner of menze and superior. a great little place for fish and chips, james bay fishg and chips, is avbout 3-4 blocks south of the james bay tea room. very good pizza can be found at the pizzeria proma strada, and the harbourside shuttle will take you there and pick you up. santiago's is a very good tapas bar; swan's hotel is a great lunch spot; pescatore's fish house is a really good fish tapas restaurant. victoria is a very expensive city and very beautiful city. plan on taking a 3 hour cruise on the sailboat " trane ", found docked at the inner harbour. if you enjoy mussels, victoria has the best mussels we've ever eaten!
all in all, the Coast Harbourside, tho a short distance from the inner harbour, was a great placew to stay, and if we ever return to victoria, we'll stay there again!

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank dantzingman
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Reviewed October 6, 2009

We stayed at Coast Victoria Harbourside Hotel in Victoria for two nights in late September, 2009. We had a deluxe harbourview room which gave us a spectacular view of the harbour. The balcony was small, but afforded excellent views. We could observe the seaplanes landing and taking off, and the boat activity in the harbour. Our room was immaculate, well furnished, and very comfortable. We ate dinner at the Blue Crab Restaurant in the hotel on one night and ate breakfast there both days. The food was excellent and prices were in line with the quality of the food and the ambience of the restaurant. We walked to the harbour at the Empress Hotel and back, and while doable, it was a little tiring. We then used the small harbour ferries which run from in front of the hotel to the downtouwn harbour area, as well as other areas, and which are very convenient and reasonably priced (they cease running about the middle of October, however). We were very pleased with our stay and would book the Coast Victoria Harbourside again if in Victoria.

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Toofaraway
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Reviewed September 22, 2009

Overall, we enjoyed our stay. Here are the pros and cons:
Pro: Good location with nice views on the harbor side. Make sure you request a view room.
Con: Tiny balcony.

Pro: Speedy and convenient van drop-off and pick-up.
Pro: Pleasant and informative hotel staff.

Pro: Decent restaurant and bar on the premise.
Con: The service is not too hot. The restaurant staff is forgetful and not terribly responsive.

Pro: Large room.
Con: Ours seemed about a half step above Holiday Inn quality. But really, how much time will you spend there?

Cons: No Wi-Fi. Old-fashioned TV.

Compared to other places we priced, this place is a decent value and we really did have a great time in Victoria.

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank JoseSchwartz
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