We highlighted the more cost effective hotels within a 1 km radius, although there are many good choices directly surrounding the conference centre, featured a little further down the page. All are worthy choices.

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Editor's Top 5 Picks

Editor's Picks
Book from ~C$109 
Well-liked downtown Victoria hotel with indoor pool, restaurant and free Wi-Fi

Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, local calls, coffee in lobby, newspapers
  • Rooms were clean and well-appointed with comfy beds
  • Location was an easy walk to restaurants, shops and downtown attractions
  • Staff were very helpful, informative and friendly
  • Some guests appreciated having secure underground parking
  • The restaurant was well liked by guests
  • Wi-Fi was rated very good
Cons
  • Parking is $12 or $9 per day with limited spots
  • Rooms were not directly air conditioned
  • Some complained of noise on occasion from street-facing rooms
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Book from ~C$138 
Highly praised downtown Victoria hotel with free area shuttle, indoor pool and restaurant

Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, downtown shuttle, local calls, coffee in lobby, newspapers
  • Rooms were clean and spacious with comfy beds
  • Location was perfect for accessing the harbour, attractions, downtown and restaurants
  • Staff were were pleasant, efficient and friendly
  • The restaurant offered good food and service
  • Good value at this hotel according to guests
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent
Cons
  • Parking is $15 per day
  • A few guests said the decor could use an update
  • Rooms were not air conditioned and some found them too warm on occasion
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Book from ~C$134 
Highly praised downtown Victoria hotel with restaurant and kitchenette suites 

Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, bicycle rentals, bottled water, local calls
  • Rooms were clean, and well equipped with comfy beds
  • Location was an easy walk to restaurants, shopping and downtown attractions
  • Staff were friendly and professional
  • Guests often liked the value of this hotel
  • Wi-Fi was rated very good
Cons
  • Valet parking is $20 in summer and $10 in winter
  • Some guests said the hotel was a bit dated
  • Occasionally guests complained of noise from inside or outside the hotel
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Book from ~C$129 
Highly praised downtown Victoria boutique hotel with popular restaurant

Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, local calls, cheese plate, daily coffee with pastry
  • Rooms were very clean, and well appointed with comfy beds
  • Location was an easy walk to restaurants, shopping and downtown attractions
  • Staff were super friendly and helpful
  • Guests often thought the hotel was good value
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent
Cons
  • Valet parking is $22 and self-parking is $15, per day
  • Some found their rooms small
  • Some complained of noise from Douglas Street
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Book from ~C$134 
Boutique hotel in Old Towne offers clean units with kitchens & restaurant with craft beers

Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, local calls, pet stays, coffee in lobby
  • Rooms were clean, large and well-equipped with kitchens and comfy beds
  • Location was an easy walk to restaurants, shops and downtown attractions
  • Staff were very helpful, knowledgeable and friendly
  • The restaurant was well liked by guests
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent
Cons
  • Parking is $11 per day
  • Some found the hotel a little dated
  • No air conditioning a problem for some on the warmer days
  • Some complained of noise from the pub

9 Other Hotels Close to Victoria Conference Centre

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Book from ~C$283 
Highly praised Victoria hotel near harbour with air-conditioning, indoor pool & restaurant  
Getting Around
This hotel is a 3-minute walk from the conference centre. Along Douglas, you will pass the interesting shops on the lower level of the conference centre. 
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet, and newspapers
  • Rooms were very clean and well equipped, with comfortable beds
  • Location was very central and an easy walk to everything downtown
  • Staff were very friendly, polite and helpful
  • Some guests enjoyed meals on site
  • Wi-Fi was rated very good
Cons
  • Self parking is $16 and valet parking is $20 per day
  • A few guests complained of noise from within the hotel
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Book from ~C$100 
Highly praised downtown Victoria hotel near Inner Harbour with kitchenettes and free Wi-Fi
Getting Around
This hotel is located on the same street as the conference centre and is a 4-minute walk up Douglas St. passing Thunderbird Park.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, hot beverages, local calls
  • Rooms were clean, air conditioned and well equipped with comfy beds
  • Location was quiet and central--an easy walk to BC Legislature, the harbour, museums, downtown and restaurants
  • Staff were very friendly, helpful and accommodating
  • Good value according to guests
  • Many planned to return
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent
Cons
  • No elevator
  • Outdoor parking is $5 per day
  • A few heard noise from outside traffic
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Book from ~C$121 
Highly praised downtown Victoria hotel with indoor pool, movie theatre and kitchenettes
Getting Around
This hotel is 5 minutes away from the conference centre on foot, and on the Belleville route you will pass the front of the Crystal Garden Centre as well as Cridge Park.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, bicycle rentals, newspapers
  • Rooms were very clean and large with well-equipped kitchenettes
  • Location was very well liked—guests had easy walking access to the harbour, museums, restaurants, downtown and attractions
  • Staff were friendly and accommodating
  • Guests enjoyed light meals at the coffee shop on site
  • Guests loved the public spaces, outdoor gardens and movie theatre which all contributed to a feeling of luxury
Cons
  • Underground parking is $15 per night
  • No air conditioning a disappointment for some
  • Noise transferred from street traffic and neighbouring rooms
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Book from ~C$228 
Highly praised Victoria harbourfront hotel with elegant decor, indoor pool & fine dining 
Getting Around
This hotel is attached to the conference centre and guests can access it via an indoor walkway at the reception level which takes less than a minute. Outdoors guests can walk through the paths next to the building, about 3 minutes on foot.
Pros
  • Free amenities for members only: Wi-Fi and bicycle rentals
  • Rooms were clean and well-appointed with comfortable beds
  • Location was ideal and an easy walk to everything downtown
  • Staff were helpful and full of information
  • Many enjoyed beautiful views of the harbour from their rooms
  • Some guests were very pleased with the hotel's afternoon tea
  • Public spaces were impressive as were the manicured grounds surrounding the hotel
  • Guests enjoyed excellent dining on site
Cons
  • Wi-Fi for non-members is $14.65 per day
  • Self and valet parking is $32 per night
  • No air conditioning in some rooms a disappointment for guests on warmer nights
  • Noise transferred from the street, elevator, slamming doors and neighbouring rooms
  • Some said rooms were dated in parts and had small bathrooms
  • Some felt the hotel was too expensive
  • No elevator to lobby from level 2 parking an inconvenience for some
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Book from ~C$135 
Downtown Victoria hotel with ocean views, restaurant, lounge, & suites with mini-kitchen
Getting Around
This hotel is located behind the conference centre and is a 2-minute walk away. It is a straightforward path along Douglas Street and on the way you will pass the shops at the main level of the conference centre.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet
  • Many found the location handy to restaurants, shops, museums, Inner Harbour and Washington State ferry port
  • Wi-Fi was rated as good overall by reviewers
  • Many received great service from the staff
  • Guests enjoyed breakfast, the pub and Table 21 offerings
  • Guests loved the views and balconies and found the rooms very clean and modern
Cons
  • Valet only parking is available for $20 per night
  • Some guests had noise disturbance from within and outside the hotel
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Book from ~C$139 
Highly praised downtown Victoria hotel with indoor pool, restaurant and kitchenette suites
Getting Around
This hotel is a 3-minute walk from the conference centre and the walking route will take you past the shops at the base of the conference centre. 
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, downtown shuttle, local calls
  • Many guests found clean and well-appointed rooms with comfortable beds
  • Prime downtown location in walking distance of restaurants, shops, attractions, the Inner Harbour
  • Many liked the staff and found them welcoming and professional
  • Many enjoyed dining on site
  • Good value according to several guests
  • Wi-Fi was rated as excellent by reviewers online
Cons
  • Parking is $15 if booked with 3rd parties and $7.50 if booked directly with hotel, per night
  • Some guests were disappointed with dated rooms
  • A few guests complained of noise disturbances
  • Guests found portable AC units noisy
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Book from ~C$143 
Highly praised downtown Victoria hotel in private club (dress code) with free hot breakfast 
Getting Around
This hotel is 3 minutes away on foot. On the way, you will pass the shops at the base of the conference centre as well as Miniature World on Humboldt Street.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, hot breakfast, local calls, coffee in lobby, guest laundry
  • Rooms were very clean and updated with comfortable beds
  • Location was central and an easy walk to Inner Harbour, restaurants, museums and parliament buildings
  • Staff were friendly, knowledgeable and accommodating
  • Guests really enjoyed breakfast and other meals on site
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent
Cons
  • Parking is off site and $12.50 per night
  • Some found the rooms small
  • No air conditioning a problem for some
  • Some guests were not aware of the dress code
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Book from ~C$233 
Highly praised Victoria luxury boutique hotel near Inner Harbour with restaurant & day spa
Getting Around
This hotel is a 4-minute walk from the conference centre and on the walking route you will pass the base of the conference centre and its shops, as well as the Victoria Bug Zoo on Courtney Street.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet, loaner bikes, coffee station, local calls and newspapers
  • Rooms were very clean and luxurious with comfortable beds
  • Location was very central and an easy walk to everything downtown
  • Staff provided first class service
  • Guests enjoyed the breakfast and restaurant on site
  • Spa services were recommended by guests
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent
Cons
  • Valet parking is $28, plus tax per night
  • A few guests mentioned hearing noise from the street
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Book from ~C$91 
Clean but dated Victoria hotel near Inner Harbour with several pubs & free basic breakfast
Getting Around
This hotel is also located on Douglas Street and is a straightforward 3-minute walk from the conference centre. On the walking route, you will pass many shops, including those at the base of the conference centre.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, breakfast, bicycle lock-up, lobby coffee and water
  • Many guests found the rooms clean and adequate
  • Many guests considered the hotel to provide good value
  • Location was convenient to the Inner Harbour, downtown shopping, restaurants and public transit
  • Guests usually described the staff as pleasant and helpful
  • Guests found dining on site tasty and good value
  • Wi-Fi was rated very good
Cons
  • Parking is $10 per night and a block away
  • Many found the rooms to be small, with no air conditioning
  • Several judged the hotel rooms to be tired
  • No coffeemakers in rooms and no ice in hotel (but next door)
  • Guests complained of noise disturbances from the volleyball court, patio, pubs and from people on the street

Tips For Staying Near Victoria Conference Centre

Location
The Victoria Conference Centre is located in downtown Victoria, British Columbia, and sits on Douglas Street, which is also the Trans-Canada Highway. The main building is situated on the west side of Douglas Street, while The Crystal Garden is on the east side of Douglas Street.

The area surrounding the conference centre consists mainly of hotels, restaurants, museums and tourist attractions, with the harbourfront only a 3-minute walk away. 
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Getting Around: Walking
The neighbourhood surrounding the conference centre is highly walkable, and there are many attractions and amenities, such as restaurants, shops, banks and tourist attractions within a 5-minute walk of the conference centre. 
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Getting Around: Biking
Biking is a popular way to get around in Victoria and there are both designated bike trails on many downtown streets as well as cycling trails throughout the city and island. 
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Getting Around: Public Transit
Public transit will not be necessary to access any of the hotels listed below, however, there are several bus stops within a 3-minute walk of the conference centre, for visitors wishing to access the rest of Victoria. 

The regular one-way bus fare is $2.50. Full fare details as well as route information can be found on the Transit BC website.
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Getting Around: Driving
You will likely not need a car to access any of the hotels listed below, as they are all within a 5-minute walk of the conference centre. However, the conference centre's location off of the highway may be convenient for travelling throughout the rest of Victoria. 
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Parking
There is a two-level underground parking facility at the conference centre with a capacity of 310 vehicles. Rates for this lot are $1.50 per 30 minutes up to a daily maximum of $16. 
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Entertainment
The Victoria Conference Centre holds a variety of events ranging from conferences, fundraiser benefits, consumer and trade shows and career fairs. A full list of upcoming events can be found on the conference centre's website.
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Dining
There are many restaurants located within a 2-minute walk of the Victoria Conference Centre.
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