Hotel Grand Pacific

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463 Belleville Street Victoria, BC V8V 1X3




Trip Advisor - 2014 Certificate of Excellence 2014 Travel & Leisure - Top 10 City Hotels in Canada 2014 Travel & Leisure - one of the world’s top places to stay in its annual “T+L 500” feature. 4 Diamond Award - The Mark Private Dining room

Venue Highlights


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (mountain)
  • View (ocean or water)
  • View (urban)
  • Voicemail box


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Pet friendly
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Indoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Water sports
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi


  • Dance floor
  • Portable walls
  • Staging area

Distance from airport

  • 17 mi. from venue


  • Paid parking
  • Valet parking
  • Street parking
  • Bus parking

Hotel Grand Pacific Meeting Space

Total meeting space19,413 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms17
Largest room3,010 sq. ft.
Second largest room2,437 sq. ft.

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms304

Local Attractions

Cruise Ship Terminal

2 km away
Ogden Point Terminal

Victoria Convention Centre

Convention center
7 minutes away

Victoria International Airport

17 km away
We do not offer a hotel shuttle service

Inner Harbour Causeway

1 minute away

BC Parliament Building

Historical landmark
3 minutes away

BC Museum

5 minutes away

Prince of Whales Whale Watching

5 minutes away

Butchart Gardens

Historical landmark
35 minutes away
Robert Pim Butchart, a pioneer in the thriving North American cement industry, was attracted from Owen Sound, Ontario to Canada’s West Coast by rich limestone deposits. In 1904, he 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. Close to the quarry, the Butcharts established the family home complete with sweet peas and rose bushes. As Mr. Butchart exhausted limestone deposits, his enterprising wife Jennie, made plans to create something of beauty in the gigantic exhausted pit. From farmland nearby, she had tonnes of top soil brought in by horse and cart and used it to line the floor of the abandoned quarry. Little by little, the quarry blossomed into the spectacular Sunken Garden. Between 1906 and 1929, the Butcharts created a Japanese Garden on the seaside, an Italian Garden on their former tennis court and a beautiful Rose Garden. Mr. Butchart took great pride in his wife's remarkable work. An enthusiastic hobbyist, he collected ornamental birds from all over the world. He kept ducks in the Star Pond, noisy peacocks on the front lawn and many elaborate birdhouses throughout the gardens. The only surviving portion of the original cement factory is the tall chimney of a long vanished kiln still seen from the Sunken Garden lookout. The plant stopped manufacturing cement in 1916, but continued to make drain tiles and flower pots until 1950. Some of the original flowering cherry trees which extended from West Saanich Road to The Gardens’ entrance may still be seen. The renown of the family owned gardens is widespread. Each year over a million bedding plants in some 900 varieties give you uninterrupted bloom from March through October. Almost a million people visit annually for spring’s colourful flowering bulbs; summer’s riot of colour, entertainment and Saturday Fireworks; fall’s russets and golds; the Magic of Christmas’ decorations; and winter’s peacefulness.
800 Benvenuto Ave
Brentwood Bay, BC, CA


The Hotel Grand Pacific enjoys a reputation as one of the finest hotels in British Columbia, Canada. Located in downtown Victoria, the largest city on Vancouver Island, BC, Hotel Grand Pacific offers first-class accommodation and services for our guests - with an extensive range of meeting and function rooms, award-winning dining, and outstanding facilities. Set in the relaxing surroundings of Victoria's Inner Harbor, we are adjacent to the Parliament Buildings and within strolling distance shopping, many attractions, museums, galleries, as well as all the amenities in downtown Victoria. We are also across the street from the US Ferry terminals arriving daily from Seattle and Port Angeles. (Victoria Clipper - daily passenger service from Seattle/ Black Ball Ferry (Coho) - daily car ferry service from Port Angeles, WA to Victoria) The hotel has 304 spacious rooms offering a variety of views of Victoria. All rooms have balconies to sit outside and enjoy the fresh Pacific air. All rooms also offer complimentary high speed internet access. The hotel as an extensive athletic facility onsite called the Victoria Athletic Club. This is a full service club, and guests have complimentary access to the facilities which include a 25 m pool, full weight room with Paramount equipment, squash courts, a wide variety of fitness classes (fee), and an extensive Cardio room. The hotel offers a variety of dining options including our all-day restaurant, FATHOM, as well as our award-winning private dining room, The Mark. There is also the Courtyard Cafe onsite offering specialty coffees and casual fare "to go".


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