New DoubleTree opens in Victoria, British Columbia

DoubleTree by Hilton  opened the brand’s first property on Vancouver Island in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, with the new DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Victoria. Previously the Executive House Hotel, this 181-room downtown hotel opened following a multimillion-dollar property-wide renovation, including a complete redesign of the lobby, public space and guestrooms. The hotel is located downtown, steps from Victoria’s Inner Harbour, boutique shops, whale watching, museums and many arts and cultural activities. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Victoria is owned by Executive House and managed by Mairet Consulting and Management.

The 19-story hotel is located directly across from the Victoria Conference Centre. Guestrooms include a mix of single rooms and one- and two-bedrooms suites, all equipped with a refrigerator and microwave, 48-inch TVs and large ergonomic work space. The hotel offers 89 suites that each have a separate living area with pullout queen sofa bed and dining areas. All of the stylishly-appointed guestrooms have breathtaking views, including the Pacific Ocean, the Olympic Mountain Range or scenic downtown Victoria. Additional complimentary amenities include a 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness centre with all new equipment, Wi-Fi and a 24-hour connectivity center  located in the lobby.

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As part of the hotel’s  renovation, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Victoria reopens its restaurant, Bartholomew’s English-Style Pub.

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