Days Inn Adds Hotel in British Columbia

Realstar Hospitality has announced the opening of a Days Inn in Victoria, British Columbia.

The conversion property features 73 spacious guest rooms, each arranged with flat-screen HDTV, free wireless Internet, plush bedding and mini-fridge. Sizeable suites with kitchenette are also available.

“We proudly welcome Days Inn – Victoria Uptown to our growing portfolio of hotels,” said Irwin Prince, president and COO, Realstar Hospitality. “This addition reflects our continued commitment to providing travellers with excellent value and great comfort at convenient locations across the country.

Days Inn – Victoria Uptown is situated in the heart of Victoria’s Upper Harbour District with scenic views of the Gorge Waterway. The pet friendly hotel includes an onsite restaurant and sports lounge, an indoor pool, saunas, fitness centre, free guest parking, meeting & event space and a business centre located in the lobby.

“Days Inn is one of Canada’s strongest hotel brands and we’re excited to be joining their family,” said Darryl Wilson, hotel General Manager. “We’re confident that the brand will add an exciting new element to Victoria’s Uptown.”

In 1992, Realstar Hotel Services Corp. acquired the master franchise rights for the Days Inn brand in Canada. Realstar Hospitality also holds the master franchise rights for two other hotel brands in Canada and is a division of Realstar Group. The international, privately held Realstar Group was founded over 40 years ago and has offices in Toronto, Canada and London, England. The company is a leader in ownership and operation of multi-unit residential real estate, sports, entertainment and other community event facilities and hotels in both the limited service and full-service sectors.

Days Inns – Canada is one of the country’s leading hotel chains with over 105 independently owned and operated properties and over 8,800 rooms. Its franchises cover a wide range of urban, airport and resort properties in primary and secondary markets across Canada.