The Inn at the Union Club

Ensconced within the Union Club of British Columbia can be found the Inn at the Union Club. Refined and discreet, this century-old Inn is an oasis of privacy and privilege that combines Old World flair with the most modern of hotel amenities. It has 22 guest rooms, including seven suites with separate sitting rooms. All rooms are appointed with comfortable queen or king-sized beds, and many of the Inn's rooms have marvellous views of the scenic Victoria Inner Harbour. The Union Club Inn is ideal for both leisure and business travellers.

These rooms are available to Union Club Members, guests of Members, or those belonging to any of our 450 affiliated clubs, worldwide. Prices are quite reasonable, and inclusive of breakfast, Internet access, local calls, and the daily newspaper. All of ther Union Club facilities are also available for use, including the Club's Fitness Centre, the Billiards Room, the Rooftop Terrace, and a variety of exceptional dining options.

The Union Club is located in the heart of downtown Victoria, right next to one of Canada’s most beautiful harbours and within walking distance of dozens of interesting shops, restaurants, art galleries, bookstores, eco-adventures, and tourist attractions. Ask us for information on our partners, including The Robert Bateman Gallery, Belfry Theatre, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Blue Bridge Theatre, and many other great Victoria tourism spots.

Union Club Members: to receive your discounted 'Member Rate' for overnight accommodation, please reserve through email (reservations@unionclub.com) or telephone (250-384-1151).  Thank you.

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Victoria – One of Canada’s Finest Destination Cities

Although once referred to as a “little bit of old England,” Victoria, British Columbia has long been one of the country’s most exciting and attractive cities. Aside from its mild Mediterranean climate and superb natural setting that are the envy of most Canadians – especially in February during our flower count! – Victoria has a vibrant cultural life, great shopping, more than 700 restaurants, and a lively after-hours scene.

The Union Club is snugly tucked within Victoria’s compact, pedestrian-friendly historic downtown core, and our guests are just steps away from an array of attractions, including the world famous Royal BC Museum, handsome art galleries, a lively fisherman’s wharf, the country’s oldest Chinatown, several first-rate brewpubs, and many one-of-a-kind shops such as renowned Rogers’ Chocolates. Whale watchers in their yellow survival suits are a common sight near the Inner Harbour. And most visitors can’t resist the Butchart Gardens, whose 50 acres of unique floral extravagance makes it the province’s most popular tourist destination.

The nationally celebrated Pacific Opera Victoria has entered its fourth decade, while the Victoria Symphony has never sounded better. The city abounds with talented chamber music ensembles, and the Early Music Society of the Islands brings in an international roster of Baroque and pre-Baroque musicians. Dance Victoria presents national and international troupes, from the Royal Winnipeg Ballet to Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre. The numerous offerings of live theatre range from mainstage fare to edgier work in smaller venues. Victoria is also home to one of Canada’s oldest Fringe Festivals. The live music and club scenes are also buzzing, with everything from blues and jazz to rock, folk, and hip-hop. The spring and summer calendar is dotted with numerous musical festivals, with the 10-day JazzFest being the most notable; others encompass Caribbean soca to bluegrass, ska to indie pop.

In short, there is a lot to do while visiting Victoria. To get informed, visit the website for Tourism Victoria. Another site to check out is artsvictoria.ca, a local, on-line directory of all the visual and performing arts. And those with an interest in older media should look for Monday Magazine, a free news-and-entertainment weekly that is widely distributed downtown and has a comprehensive calendar of events (look for canary yellow streetside boxes).