With 300 square feet of elegant space, our Superior Rooms are an oasis of comfort. Superior rooms are available with one king, one queen or two queen beds (based on availability). Wheelchair access is available. Superior rooms are located between the 2nd and 5th floors, do not offer views of the harbour, and may have… Read more »
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Enjoy expansive views with harbour glimpses through floor-to-ceiling windows in these corner rooms. There’s plenty of space (up to 350 square feet) and one king or two queen beds.
Our Signature corner rooms are our largest, with 395 sq feet, and offer our postcard view of the Legislative buildings and Harbour Causeway area. This King bedded room offers two walls of floor to ceiling windows.
Butchart Gardens is one of the world’s premier floral show gardens with 55 acres of glorious beauty.Throughout the seasons there is always something of interest in the various gardens: fragrant winter blooming shrubs, the fresh delights of spring, the abundance of summer colour, and the grand finale of autumn. Discover what keeps visitors from around… Read more »
Magnolia Hotel & Spa unveils new guestrooms for spring (Victoria, British Columbia) – The Magnolia Hotel & Spa has a new bounce in its step this spring, with fully refreshed, stylishly-designed guestrooms and a brand new restaurant concept about to launch.
The city of Victoria is known throughout Canada for its beautiful weather, quaint inner harbour district and lively atmosphere.
Travellers who visit Victoria, British Columbia often come to the capital city to relax and indulge themselves.
The Victoria inner harbour is a popular place for walking, sightseeing and shopping, partly because of the stunning ocean views that greet travellers at nearly every turn.
Travellers enjoying a stay at a local Victoria spa hotel, such as the Magnolia Hotel & Spa will want to get the most out of their rejuvenating treatments.
There’s no harm in indulging your sweet tooth every now and then.