Photo courtesy Fairmont Empress
In a follow-up to her article on Vancouver Island’s best known luxury hotel, Contributor Cynthia Graham shares this excellent Fairmont Empress video
The Fairmont Empress Hotel on Canada’s Vancouver Island in beautiful British Columbia perfectly captures the grandeur and elegance of times gone by. Enhanced with modern flourishes, this historic hotel was built in 1908 and has ranked as one of the top luxury hotels in Victoria ever since.
Well known for its many unique and “best of” experiences, the Empress has hosted royalty and dignitaries from around the world. A majestic luxury destination on an island surrounded by cultural attractions and overlooking a beautiful harbor, the hotel is fresh from a spectacular $60 million restoration that has brought grandeur back to the Castle on the Coast.
For a truly memorable experience, book into the hotel’s world-class Gold Level. Basically a ‘hotel within a hotel’, highlights of this luxury brand include a separate check-in desk, concierge service, private lounges, outdoor seating with sweeping views of the Inner Harbor, as well as drinks and snacks.
See the Renovations for Yourself on Our Fairmont Empress Video
The Fairmont Gold experience caters to your luxury needs from the moment you arrive, providing a pampered experience throughout the day.
In addition to an indoor heated swimming pool, a health club, and meeting rooms, the Empress is also home to the Willow Stream Spa, a full-service establishment that offers some 85 different treatments.
You can watch our Fairmont Empress video here.
To learn more about this top luxury hotel in British Columbia, read the full story on LuxuryBritishCiolumbia.
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Contributor Cynthia Graham is a freelance travel writer and digital nomad traveling the world. She owns www.BlueBagNomads.com where she shares her travel tips and passion. Also, find her on Facebook and Twitter.