Welcome to the Best Western Plus Carlton Plaza Hotel Victoria, a member of the World’s Biggest Hotel Family.
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We invite you to experience the comforts of the Best Western Plus Carlton Plaza in downtown Victoria. Take a walk down Government Street and in seven minutes you’ll find yourself amid the Inner Harbor, Royal B.C. Museum, and Legislature Buildings.
We are proud to say that our hotel is part of LoJo, also known as the Lower Johnson district of Victoria. LoJo is awash with boutique shops, weekly markets, and some of the best restaurants Victoria has to offer. Head north by foot and in nine minutes you’ll find yourself at the Save on Foods Memorial Arena homes of the Victoria Royals, our WHL hockey team.
Our AAA Three Diamond heritage hotel offers 108 newly refreshed rooms that are clean, comfortable, and come with adjustable heat and air-conditioning.
Our suites are equipped with a full fridge, stove-top oven, and kitchen sink as well as a pullout couch, perfect for a family get-away.
Enjoy our complimentary Wi-Fi and bottled water while you decide what attraction to see first. Our knowledgeable front desk staff are always ready to assist with adventure, sightseeing, or restaurant recommendations!
Whether you are staying for business or pleasure the Best Western Plus Carlton Plaza is the place for you to stay in downtown Victoria.
7 block(s) from Victoria's Inner Harbour, Royal British Columbia Museum, IMAX® Theater, BC Legislature, Miniature World®, Victoria Bug Zoo®, Robert Bateman Centre
2 block(s) from Chinatown, National Historic Site of Canada. Oldest Chinatown in Canada, and second-oldest in North America after San Francisco. Home to Fan Tan Alley, the narrowest street in Canada - measuring less than 3 feet across at its smallest point.
16.80 kilometer(s) from Butchart Gardens, In 1904, Robert Pim Butchart, a pioneer in the thriving North American cement industry, developed a quarry and built a cement plant at Tod Inlet (on Vancouver Island) to satisfy Portland cement demand from San Francisco to Victoria. Jennie Butchart became the company’s chemist. As Mr. Butchart exhausted limestone deposits, his enterprising wife Jennie made plans to create something of beauty in the exhausted pit. Little by little, the quarry blossomed into the spectacular Sunken Garden. The renown of Mrs. Butchart’s gardening quickly spread. By the 1920s more than fifty thousand people visited her garden each year. Their house grew into a comfortable, luxurious showplace, with a bowling alley, paneled billiard room and a wonder of its age, a self-playing Aeolian pipe organ. Today, it houses the Dining Room Restaurant, offices, and rooms still used for family entertaining. In 2004, The Gardens was designated a National Historic Site of Canada.
1.70 kilometer(s) from Craigdarroch Castle, Built 1890, constructed as a family residence for the wealthy coal baron Robert Dunsmuir and his family. The four-story Craigdarroch Castle still has lavish furnishings from the 1890s and is known for its stained-glass and intricate woodwork. The Castle is currently owned by the Craigdarroch Castle Historical Museum Society. Craigdarroch is an example of the bonanza castle, a phrase used to refer to oversized mansions built as symbols of success for wealthy North American industrialists during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
12.50 kilometer(s) from Hatley Castle & Gardens, When James Dunsmuir purchased Hatley Park from Roland Stuart in 1907, he was British Columbia’s Lieutenant-Governor, and had also been Premier of the province. Son of the wealthy coal baron, Robert Dunsmuir, James is said to have demanded of the architect Samuel Maclure: It doesn’t matter what it costs, just build me what I want. What Dunsmuir envisioned was a working farm with a dairy, piggery, stables, grazing and hunting lands, and at the centre of it all, a grand home for his wife to entertain Victoria’s high society and for James to enjoy the life of a country gentleman. On May 1st, 1910 the Dunsmuirs officially moved in to Hatley Castle, then the largest private residence on the West Coast.
6 block(s) from Save on Foods Memorial Centre, The Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre is the largest arena in British Columbia outside of Vancouver. It is primarily used for ice hockey, and currently the home of the Victoria Royals of the Western Hockey League. It is also used for concerts and other special events such as figure skating, curling, plays, trade shows and conferences. The arena has hosted many musical and performance acts, as well as guest speakers, sporting tournaments, and other events.
The Ruby on Johnson, on premises, Full Service, International, Open for: breakfast, lunch, The Ruby serves up tasty signature brunch and dinner, backed by rhythms from their extensive vinyl collection.
Based in Victoria, BC, The Ruby brings homestyle cuisine to the plate with fine dining technique and a homestyle vibe. For brunch they serve up Breakfast Tacos, Duck Confit, Smoked Brisket, savoury and sweet waffles, and all the in-betweens for Victoria’s brunch crowds.
10.00 kilometer(s) from University of Victoria
25.00 kilometer(s) from Royal Roads University
111 kilometer(s) from Nanaimo
115 kilometer(s) from Vancouver, British Columbia
316 kilometer(s) from Tofino, British Columbia
0.8 kilometer(s) from YMCA, Recreation & Fitness Centre
1 kilometer(s) from Thunderbird Park, Thunderbird Park is one of downtown Victoria’s most extraordinary
features, the park’s impressive display of poles and big houses has
made it a tourist landmark for nearly 60 years.
1.5 kilometer(s) from Galloping Goose Trail, This picturesque multi-use trail, formerly a railway line, moves through urban, rural and wilderness scenery on its 55 kilometre journey from Victoria to Sooke. You can cycle, stroll, run, or even ride a horse through the rural sections. - See more at: https://www.crd.bc.ca/parks-recreation-culture/parks-trails/find-park-trail/galloping-goose#sthash.zflvHcv5.dpuf
2.5 kilometer(s) from Dallas Road, Victoria's scenic oceanfront walkway follows Dallas Road and stretches
from the Ogden Point Breakwater to Ross Bay and includes
Mile 0, Holland Point Park, Beacon Hill Park, and Clover Point Park.
2.5 kilometer(s) from Ogden Point Breakwater, Located at the start of the scenic Dallas Road waterfront walkway
Ogden Point is a deep water port currently operated by the
Greater Victoria Harbour Authority. Able to handle large vessels Ogden Point has become a
major destination for cruise ships and visiting naval vessels. Enjoy a stroll on the breakwater walkway and a coffee at the Odgen Point
Dive Centre and Cafe located next to the breakwater entrance.
5.7 kilometer(s) from Mt. Tolmie Park, Close to the City of Victoria, Mount Tolmie Park offers views of Victoria and
the surrounding areas. Stroll through Garry Oaks on one of the many gravel
trails throughout the park or just enjoy a drive up the windy road to the summit.
11 kilometer(s) from View Royal Casino, With over 500 slot machines, and table games such as, Ultimate Texas Hold’Em, Blackjack, Roulette, Four Card Poker, EZ Baccarat, and Fortune Pai Gow, View Royal is one casino experience you won’t want to miss out on.
17.80 kilometer(s) from Bear Mountain Golf Course
19.50 kilometer(s) from Olympic View Golf Course
2.00 kilometer(s) from Inner Harbour/Port Angeles Ferry Terminal
22 kilometers(s) from Washington State Ferries from Sidney to Anacortes, US
25 kilometer(s) from Victoria International Airport
28 kilometer(s) from Anacortes Ferry Terminal
32 kilometer(s) from BC Ferry terminal at Swartz Bay
60 kilometer(s) from Vancouver International Airport