29th Mar, 2009

Hello world!

Welcome to the Admiral Inn’s new blog. We hope you’ll make this a regular stop on your internet voyaging, checking out all that Victoria and the Admiral Inn have to offer on a regular basis.


If you’re thinking of dropping into the city for the Easter weekend, we have a great special on just for that holiday.
For any 2 nights over the March 10 to March 13 weekend, you can stay in one of our spotlessly clean standard rooms for

$79.00 a night – $69.00 per night if you stay for 3 nights!

If you prefer one of our Best View Rooms or a suite you’ll pay only

$99.00 per night for 2 nights, or $89.00 each night for 3 nights.

That price includes free parking, a lovely continental breakfast in our comfortable lounge, coffee, tea and hot chocolate all day, a gorgeous view of the harbour, walking distance to most of downtown Victoria, and the seacoast, bicycles to travel around town, and wireless internet access in our rooms.

(Prices are before taxes and are based on double occupancy.)

In addition, you can book a reservation at a nearby restaurant and get a special deal on a table d’hote meal:

$29.95 at the Embassy Restaurant, or $39.95 at the Aura (next door to the Admiral).

If you choose to worship on that weekend, we can provide the service times and locations of most of the Christian denominations in the city. For the young and young at heart there are Easter Egg hunts in and around town. Just ask our front desk staff for details.

Thanks for stopping by, and we hope you’ll be back often – both at the blog and at the hotel!


My husband and I have just returned home from a wonderful weeks stay at the Admiral. Felt like a home away from home with a well stocked kitchen and very comfortable beds. The loaner bikes were great and enabled us to explore the many trails and paths throughout Victoria.

My wife and I have just returned home from a lovely three night stay at the Admiral.
We always stay at the Admiral whenever in Victoria (one of our favourite get-a-way spots) and, well, it’s quite one thing to be greeted as a family member, being introduced to other guests, and enjoying the familial chatter at breakfast time.
It’s quite another later on, when you’ve checked out, walked to the Victoria Clipper, and are in the U.S. Immigration queue and you feel a tap on your shoulder and the front desk lady is handing you the medications you’d left on the bathroom sink…Good Show, Admiral!

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