22nd Apr, 2011

New Deals

We have  a couple new deals that I wouldn’t mind sharing with you. You just might be interested to know!

We have a Sunday Monday deal where if you book on Sunday for two nights, you can receive 40% off regular rack rate. For example, you can book a standard room with two double beds for $77.40 a night with continental breakfast, wifi, parking and bikes included. We are also extended this rate to runners of the Times Colonist 10k Race for Saturday night as the race begins May 1st.

Belleville Street, which happens to be the street that we are on, will be closed from 5 am until 12 pm May 1st because of the race. So you will have to reroute. My suggestion to is to go South on Douglas Street and make a right at Michigan, another right at Oswego and a left at Kingston. Hopefully like the last race we had going by our hotel, they will let you through to the parking lot once there is a gap in the runners. But if you don’t have to drive, and you’re walking then you have no worries as the sidewalks are still open to pedestrians.

The other new rate that I have to share with you is our Facebook Discount rate. If you “Like us” on Facebook, then you can receive $10 off our best available rate with your next stay at the Admiral Inn. So for example if you were to book tomorrow in a standard room, you would pay $79 per night which is a really great deal considering the regular rack rate is $129 per night.

Will and Kate are getting married on April 29th. You know who I’m talking about! The BC Royal Museum will be holding a recital at noon performing works by Handel, Purcell, Stanley and Walton at the Carillon. The Carillon is the chimes in front of the Museum for those who don’t know – because I didn’t.

Easter is here so parking is free downtown Today, Sunday and Monday. Thanks to the city of Victoria. Which is great because we all know how pricey parking can get.

Stay tuned for more later.

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You said (above):

“Belleville Street, which happens to be the street that we are on, will be closed from 5 am until 12 pm May 1st because of the race.”

We will be arriving (Coho Ferry) about 3PM, which begs the question: Is 12pm midday, or midnight? (Technically there is no 12PM – but I’m sure you knew that).

Regards,
bill

Awfully sorry for the delay but I thought that maybe I’d debug this for all who were curious to know. But I meant 12 mid day. Actually, the roads opened just a little bit early on the day of the race. :)

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