Four Points by Sheraton Victoria Gateway
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Points by Sheraton Victoria Gateway
The beer lovers deal. Each night you stay there you get two free local brews compliments of the hotel. Its a perfect combination of the local beer along with the long tradition of outstanding sea food from the Pacific rim all in one place. .
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... everything up three flights of stairs anyway. It took three trips and partially emptying her trunk. And this was before shopping for various household necessities and groceries. It took until 8:00 pm, but we got it done and got Jessica settled in. We left her to find her friend Ally and hopefully make an appearance at the building welcome party downstairs. During the day we did meet her roommates and a couple of their parents. They all ...
... I liked. The harbour is where British Columbia has its parliament and, of paramount importance in my eyes, it's where The Fairmont Empress Hotel is. I decided fairly quickly that I was never coming back to Victoria unless I could stay in the Empress. It's one of those grand old hotels that I love because it maintains traditions and has standards. And, unlike the Grand Budapest Hotel, it hasn't slipped into obscurity as time has gone on. Sure there ...
... pots and plants that are growing wildly or dying rapidly. The couches are plain brown and look antique. A coat rack stands in the corner of the room. The rug is strangely interesting, the picture of a sun and a old compass triggers a picture of a map. No one knows where the rug came from, but they know that it was from an foreign country. The rest of the rooms tend to be a bit dusty ...
... about 35 minutes away on the far southern tip of Vancouver Island. We caught glimpses of bay between heavily wooded forests, and reached the bus station in down town soon after 1 PM. We soon discovered that the place I'd chosen for us to stay was a great choice, because not only was it only 150 metres up the road, but right next to the Victoria museum, IMAX theatre and Beacon Hill park, and only a couple hundred metres from the water front and all its attractions. The ...
... onto the high, green painted road bridge which spans the Columbia. It took a lot longer to cross than we envisaged confirming just how wide the Columbia River is. The bridge incorporates a lifting section which allows fair sized vessels to pass beneath
it again emphasizing the might of this huge waterway. Just over the other side we found The Bridge RV Park (N45 43.409 W121 29.282) which had a nice looking separate tent camping area which we had all to ourselves. It ...