Address

1900 Douglas Street
V8T 4K8 Victoria BC
Canada

1-250-382-9231 reservations@paulsmotorinn.com

Oozing charm and vibrating with positive energy, this oceanside city has it all. From Paul’s Motor Inn, wander over to FanTan Alley in Canada’s oldest Chinatown, or the Save-On Foods Arena for sporting and music events. Attend food markets and festivals, rent bikes, stroll or water taxi around the inner harbour. Lively waterfront pubs, trails, kayaking and whale watching… the options are endless.

Victoria's Ale Trail

Beer has been brewed in Victoria longer than anywhere else in British Columbia, brewing was a constant in the city until 1982 when the city’s single remaining Labatt plant was demolished {Fun Fact they were our neighbours, located just around the corner}

Today, many consider Victoria to be the “cradle of the craft beer revolution”.

The Victoria Ale Trail (part of the BC Ale Trail) is a self-guided route that allows you to visit one or all of our breweries and sample such unique brews as oatmeal stout, cherry blossom ale, ginger-ginseng cream ale and India pale ale.

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RBCM

Royal BC Museum & IMAX

675 Belleville St, Victoria, BC

See all of British Columbia at this world-class museum of natural and human history.

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Moon

Moon Under Water Pub

350 Bay St, Victoria, BC

Weekly specials, music bingo and a brewery – what more could you ask for?!

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Ship point night market

Ship Point

Government St, Victoria, BC

The site of festivals and a summertime night market, there’s always something to see

Butterfly Gardens

1461 Benvenuto Ave, Brentwood Bay, BC

A vibrant jungle experience with surprises at every turn.

Mile 0 sign

Mile Zero Monument

18 Douglas St, Victoria, BC

Marks the start of the over 8,000 km Trans-Canada Highway that spans the entire length of Canada. You’ll also find a statue of Terry Fox athlete, humanitarian, and cancer research activist.

Dallas Road

Dallas Road Waterfront Pathway

Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC

Dallas Road is one of the most scenic spots in the city. Bring your dog, follow the coastline and discover driftwood covered beaches, shallow bays and unparalleled views of the Olympic Mountains.

ogden point breakwater

Ogden Point Breakwater

211 Dallas Rd, Victoria, BC

Stroll the iconic Ogden Point breakwater and admire its striking murals, painted by the Esquimalt and Songhees First Nations.

fisherman's wharf

Fisherman’s Warf

12 Erie St, Victoria, BC

This unique marine destination offers food kiosks, unique shops and eco-tour adventures in the heart of the working harbour

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Beacon Hill Park

Beacon Hill Park

100 Cook St, Victoria, BC

A city park since 1882, it is the crowning jewel in Victoria’s park system. With over 200 acres of park land, natural areas, manicured flower beds and footpaths, be sure to visit.

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butchart gardens

Butchart Gardens

800 Benvenuto Ave, Brentwood Bay, BC

See why the gardens were designated as a National Historic Site. Enjoy a breathtaking 22 hectares (55 acres) of gardens year around.

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Paul's Motor Inn Exterior framed by green trees

Paul’s Motor Inn

1900 Douglas Street

We provide a clean, comfortable home base while you enjoy all the great activities, sights, and excitement of downtown Victoria.