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smoking rooms in victoria

Toronto, Canada
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smoking rooms in victoria

I'm wondering if anyone knows if there are some upper end hotels that still have smoking rooms? Yes, I know it's a bad habit, but one of us still smokes and some of the hotels that have balconies don't allow it there. We'll be in Victoria for 2 days and I would prefer a hotel near the inner harbour and one of the upper end ones.

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1. Re: smoking rooms in victoria

I cant think of any,but I am not a smoker so maybe havent paid much attention to it.I stayed at the Coast recently and they had an ashtry on their table on the balcony

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2. Re: smoking rooms in victoria

Hmmm, the Coast website says they have a "smoke free environment".

Mizzie, the Empress still allows smoking.

Unless somebody knows of another hotel offhand, the only way to tell is check their websites. Sometimes they state all non-smoking, but sometimes you have to type in as if you are reserving a room to find out if they have smoking rooms.

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3. Re: smoking rooms in victoria

I know the executive house used to have a smoking floor.I don't smoke but others with us did. Nice hotel with great views.

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