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Over Inn at Laurel Point
In Victoria kunt u de typisch Britse sfeer overal proeven. Statige gebouwen, fraai aangelegde parken, High Tea in luxe hotels, alles ademt het koloniale verleden. Het schitterend gelegen Inn at Laurel Point biedt vele faciliteiten, waaronder een Japanse tuin met terras en een restaurant met terras met een prachtig uitzicht op de Victoria Harbour. Alle kamers zijn goed ingericht en voorzien van een balkon. De harbourview kamers beschikken over airco, badkamer met bad/douche en uiteraard een prachtig uitzicht over de haven. De studio suites hebben daarnaast een ruim zitgedeelte; ook vindt u er een luxe badkamer met gescheiden bad en douche.
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KamerbeschrijvingenLaurel Wing Guestroom
: Airco, WiFi, televisie, telefoon, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, koelkast, een compleet ingerichte badkamer. Balkon met uitzicht op de haven.
Erickson Wing Studio Suite
: Zoals Laurel Wing Guestroom met ruim zitgedeelte en luxe badkamer met gescheiden bad en douche.
Erickson Wing Terrace Bedroom Suite
Zoals Erickson Wing Studio Suite, groter terras met glazen omheining.
Gelegen aan de haven van Victoria.
• Spa behandeling op je eigen kamer
• Japanse tuin
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"Lovely Studio Suite"
We had a great stay. The room was clean and tidy. The pool was clean and well cared for. The location is great as well. It is located on a walking path the leads right past the parliament buildings to downtown (opposite direction goes toward the breakwater/fisherman's wharf). We booked this hotel through BC Ferries Vacations and had a great experience. Although there was no availability for this hotel listed on the BC Ferries website (as it was less than 48hrs from arrival), the BC Ferries agent was able to call the hotel and book us a room. We arrived before check-in and asked if we were able to check in early. Unfortunately our room was unavailable but the friendly front desk staff asked if we would like to purchase an upgrade as it was Valentines Day and they still had suites available, they even offered to show us the room to let us decide. We ended up going with an upgrade to a studio suite (outer harbor view) which was beautiful.
"Rooms are nicer than the hallway which I found refreshing"
I often go to places where the lobby and hall are beautiful then you check into your room and it's a dump. This place is a bit of the opposite. The lobby is fairly plain, the walk to the elevators is nice, the hallways are pretty plain and the rooms are super comfy. Nice aveda products and bathrobes. My only complaint, on my second night I woke to the smell of kerosene in my room which gave me an extreme headache. The smell was throughout the whole floor. Not sure what it came from.
"Hotel with great location, great staff, excellent internet, great breakfast"
Spent a few days at the Inn at Laurel Point for a conference. The room and bed are comfortable, a water cooker and coffee maker are provided, which is very nice. Each room has its own wifi access point, which makes wifi flawless. The breakfast is very good, and the staff very helpful. Finally, location is great, with a marvelous view of the harbor.
"My Gingerbread Visit"
Every year at Christmas time my husband and I spend 2-3 days in Victoria. We go for the Christmas ambience of the city. Every year for over 10 years we've stayed at the Fairmont Empress. This past year though we have been very discontented with the Empress with all the changes that are going on and the incredible rise in their prices. So during the summer we discovered the Inn at Laurel point.
I received a complimentary upgrade to room 260 in the Erickson Wing due to a mix up in reservations (entirely not the fault of the Inn but due to an outside travel provider). You would probably be better off booking directly with the hotel. I was hoping for a room on a higher floor due to sound concerns, but it was entirely unnecessary as the sound insulation was excellent. The only sounds we heard were from the wind outside and the seaplanes. The staff, from the front desk to the cleaning crew, was courteous and efficient and made me feel like a valued guest. The location was exceptional. The Inn is located directly on the waterfront with access to the David Foster Harbour path, which follows the shoreline as far as you'd care to walk from the downtown core. It is a walker/runner's paradise, convenient not only to all of the tourist sites but also to the colourful Fisherman's Wharf with its famous fish and chips, and resident harbour seals and otters. We were able to park our car close by and leave it there all weekend, walking everywhere we needed. The room is large, with a big distance between the foot of the beds and the flat screen TV. The window is floor to ceiling and wall to wall! From your bed you can drink in the fabulous view of the manicured Japanese garden and the harbour beyond, but my favourite spot in the room was reclining on the chaise lounge, complete with warm blanket. The bathroom was gigantic and lined with shiny stone tiles from floor to ceiling, with double sinks and a glass shower, and most notably the extra long hotel bath with reclining slope so you can comfortably submerge your whole body without cramping your neck!!! The tub fills up in a few minutes with a powerful tap. The only criticism of the bathroom is the tap handles: they are completely round and smooth, making it difficult to turn the taps on and off. The doors are shoji screens. These match the minimalist beauty of the room decor, with some vases placed throughout. The robes are premium. Waffle weave exterior with a fluffy terry lining, and heavy material. They really keep you warm and are absorbent. We used the indoor pool only once during our visit, and that was a mistake. We should have used it every day. The water was just right for a hotel pool. It was warm enough for leisure paddles but cold enough to do a few laps in. Although we were on the 2nd floor, we had to take the elevator quite often. This is because the stairs from our room to the lobby all seemed to exit through the service area and administrative offices. At first we were hesitant to traipse through those areas to access the stairs to our room, but as our stay went on, we became less shy and used the stairs more often. Also, we were only able to exit the building through the front lobby. This is desirable for security, but we found this to be inconvenient, resulting in extra steps. We enjoyed the plentiful art work and sculptures on display everywhere, including the glass alcove between rooms! The art contributed to the luxury and relaxing feeling of the hotel. While we were there the Inn was conference central. We saw the large conference table being used most of the time we were there, as well as the large atrium being used for a wedding reception, then later that weekend for trades booths. All in all, a wonderful and relaxing stay. We have stayed in the Empress, the Magnolia, the Royal Scot, and the Parkside (and a few others!), and this is our favourite so far.
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