Victoria vacation rentals

Victoria vacation rentals

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Victoria, BC, Canada
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Low season

April

High season

August

Average price (Weeknight)

$136

Average price (Weekend night)

$148
Cheapest month to stay with an average 60% drop in price.
Most expensive time to stay with an average 14% rise in price.
Average Sunday to Thursday price over the last 2 weeks.
Average Friday and Saturday price over the last 2 weeks.

When to book a vacation rental in Victoria

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Top tips for finding the perfect Victoria vacation rental

  • Beachfront is the most popular vacation rental property amenity in Victoria
  • Vacation rentals in Victoria are around 34% more expensive than hotels on average. Search here to compare prices for all accommodation types in Victoria.
  • The best vacation rental properties in Victoria are Gorge Waterway- 7 minutes into Downtown (10.0, 20 reviews), Beautifully appointed suite is on a gorgeous, secluded, quiet Oceanfront street (10.0, 20), and Luxury South Facing 2 Brm/ 2 Bath Downtown Condo, Next To The Empress Hotel (10.0, 20), based on ratings and reviews from real travelers.
  • Fairfield is the neighborhood in Victoria with the most affordable vacation rental properties (40 properties with an average price of $87 per night). Homestay - Beautiful clean and spacious condo, Luxury downtown condo, steps to Inner Harbor ! Ouiet Oasis, WiFi, Gym & parking, and Lovely Place to Stay are the most popular rental properties in Fairfield.
  • If you plan to go on day trips for wine tasting or garden tours, it’s best to book accommodation near the Downtown neighbourhood. Most tours will start at this point before making their way to various locations. Consider Victoria house rentals such as the Downtown Executive Suite.
  • Stay in the historic district of James Bay for an authentic experience of Victoria. This is the city’s oldest neighbourhood, with classy Victorian-style buildings. Consider the Coast Victoria Hotel for a view of James Bay fishermen’s village.
  • If travelling to Victoria for a weekend trip, stay close to public transport, as the city has an excellent bus system. Book a holiday rental near Downtown so you can access multiple bus lines. You can easily manage the transport system with the Transit app. Consider staying at the Strathcona Hotel or Bedford Regency Hotel for easy access to bus stops.
  • If you’re looking for Victoria holiday homes on a budget, search for accommodation a street or two away from the water. This way, you will be close to the main streets without spending too much on housing. Consider staying at Helms Inn or the Royal Scot Hotel and Suites. You can book these through the KAYAK website.
  • For a luxurious stay, step back in time and look for a Victoria holiday rental in Rockland. This area houses grand manors, and Craigdarroch Castle is close by. Consider a stay in the Amethyst Inn or Fairholme Manor.

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