Island Travel Inn

Address: 1850 Douglas St, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V8T 4K6, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Victoria, is near Chinatown, Old Town, McPherson Theatre, and Mystic Spring.
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        • Minbar in room
        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Refrigerator in room
        • Microwave in room
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Air-Conditioning
        • Free parking


        • Continental Breakfast
        • Business Services

        TravelPod Member ReviewsIsland Travel Inn Victoria

        Reviewed by bananita

        Bed Making 101

        Reviewed Aug 2, 2014
        by (7 reviews) Montreal , Canada Flag of Canada

        Just walking distance from downtown and other attractions. Clean accommodations, but just beware when booking during long weekends. We happened to check in early and left our bags in our room, which hadn't yet been made. After an afternoon of exploring, we were ready to settle in, but our beds didn't have any sheets on them. As the Inn was full of guests, it took a while to get staff to supply us with bedsheets as they were attending to other issues and guest requests.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Island Travel Inn Victoria

        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Victoria

        Having a whale of a time: Victoria Day 2

        A travel blog entry by megbrodribb on Sep 18, 2015

        5 photos

        ... just a few birds and a sole seal, but then things got interesting. Orcas! And not just one or two, but a whole pod of them! They were just cruising around at a fairly slow meandering pace, which was perfect for sitting and watching. We must have spent a good hour or more just watching, and hearing some very interesting facts about orcas that I never knew (although to be honest, my knowledge about orcas up until this ...

        Does my bum look big in this?

        A travel blog entry by wattsy on Jul 31, 2015

        12 photos

        ... picture of any whale from a boat when it is bobbing around on the sea! Our time here seems to end prematurely too, 3 and a half hours had passed, which before we left had seemed like a long time, but it flew by when we were out at sea. This was our third whale watching trip on our travels, and we've now seen Humbacks, Minke, Beluga and Sperm Whales, but we had really wanted to see the Orca's and we're delighted that we were able to on this ...

        Big Bad Seals

        A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 22, 2014

        28 photos

        Monday morning brought about another spectacular day weather wise. While we all got a good night's rest after the late night fire of the previous evening, we packed up and cleaned up the cottage. The owners were once again very gracious and told us that we could stay for another few hours, which would've been awesome but it was time to head to Victoria to do some touring before catching the ferry back to Vancouver later in the day.

        We found parking downtown ...

        Sky to sea

        A travel blog entry by ccderby on Apr 20, 2014

        6 photos

        ... and we had a four wait at the terminal - mind you there was good fish and chips there. Then a safe crossing and drive to Victoria. Now looking out for the double deckers and off to get tea Nice view from the 9th floor but personally could do with some ground level action after six days in ...

        Victoria Vancouver Island in full bloom

        A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Aug 16, 2013

        1 comment, 80 photos

        ... the rocks. Many who did survive didn't have enough money to even return to their families in China, despite having been promised this as part of their contract with the railway company, yet they played a key role in the railway being built in the first place. It took until 2006 for the government to issue a formal apology to the Canadian Chinese community for the treatment of these workers both before and after the building of the line. I don't think the same has happened ...