(Victoria, British Columbia) — The 22nd annual Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards has placed the Magnolia Hotel & Spa, Victoria’s four-diamond, European-style luxury boutique hotel, on the top 30 Canadian Hotels list for the 3rd straight year.
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Published October 8, 2009, in www.50Plus.com Discover for yourself why the West Coast is called “Lotusland.” Escape the cold and snow without a passport, and discover Canada’s own emerald isle. Fall and winter weather in Victoria is warm, and the values are hot! And this fall and winter to help you to getaway to Victoria… Read more »
(Victoria, British Columbia) — Discover Canada’s West Coast “Lotusland.” Escape the snow and discover Canada’s own emerald isle. Fall and winter weather in Victoria is the warmest in Canada, and the off-season values are hot. Victoria offers an escape from the hurried world, full of glorious waterfront walkways, year-round gardens, superb cuisine, museums and galleries… Read more »
Published October 3, 2009 in the Times Colonist, by Darron Kloster After spending almost 20 years with the Coast Hotels chain, Lewis has been named general manager of the Magnolia Hotel and Spa downtown. Lewis had been at the Coast Harbourside in James Bay for 12 years –working his way from night bellman to director… Read more »
(Victoria, British Columbia) — WestJet readers recently singled out the Magnolia Hotel & Spa in Victoria for the up! magazine Value Award as a high quality unique travel experience that delivered a ‘great bang for the buck’.
Published June 21, 2009 in examiner.com, by Ruth & Rich Carlson Fireworks will explode this summer over the famous Butchart Gardens in Victoria, British Columbia. Book a room Saturday night from July 4th though September 5th to see pyrotechnics set to music. Butchart Gardens is world famous for spectacular gardens and now extravagant firework displays… Read more »
Published June 17, 2009 in metronews.ca, by Anne Dimon Like a whole-wheat pita stuffed with locally grown veggies, my recent visit to Victoria was packed with activities any wellness-minded traveller would love. It was Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary that made the Economist Intelligence Unit’s global list of top ten most livable cities, but when it… Read more »
(Victoria, British Columbia) — The lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer are brighter in Victoria. Butchart Gardens is world famous for spectacular gardens and now extravagant firework displays light the skies on Saturday nights from July 4th through September 5th. Watch the pyrotechnic marvels from the lawn, then enjoy a recital from a rare Aeolian… Read more »
(Victoria, British Columbia) — 20% is a lot to trim, but The Magnolia Hotel is paring the price and preserving the pampering. Now is the time to plan get-a-ways for the rest of the year because the Magnolia is offering a 20% reduction on rooms for the rest of the year if they are booked… Read more »
Published April 1, 2009, From Suburban Living, by Cynthia Calvert British Columbia is a lovely, amazing, vital place. Vancouver is the largest city of this westernmost Canadian province but Victoria, fertile, cool and lively, is the capital city. Last spring, we spent a long weekend enjoying some of the most enchanting gardens in North America,… Read more »