The management at the Victorian Hotel in Vancouver recently undertook an extensive revival of their online brand. The new site is clean and user-friendly, with plenty of eye-candy for those averse to reading. The results are now up for everyone to see at https://victorianhotel.ca/
Eye-catching vistas of the harbour and other scenic shots take front and center on the home page, thanks to a video clip. There’s also footage of the rooms and accessible links that make navigating the website quick and easy. Some of these links include:
The inspiration behind the redesign was to provide guests looking for a Vancouver hotel with a comprehensive overview of all the benefits and features at the Victorian Hotel. Stunning in-suite pictures make it easy for guests to determine if the hotel is a match for their needs. For example, by clicking on Explore Our Rooms, guests can get a comprehensive view of all the accommodation options available and make a booking right online.
The new website also features a brand new Discover section, which highlights some of the popular attractions, eateries, and neighborhoods available across this West Coast wonderland. Nearby Gastown is prominently featured, along with its founder—riverboat captain turned tavern master, Captain John ‘Gassy Jack’ Deighton.
The new website is part of the hotel’s overarching initiative to deliver a more seamless and comfortable experience to guests. To learn more, we recommend exploring our bright and shiny new website, newly launched at victorianhotel.ca.
About the Company
Located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, the Victorian Hotel is a newly renovated boutique hotel housed in a beautiful Victorian style brick building dating back to 1898. With 47 beautifully appointed rooms designed to create the ultimate hotel experience, the Victorian lies within walking distance of Rogers Arena and BC Place Stadium. Gastown, Yaletown, and the Robson Shopping District are easily accessible, along with Waterfront Station, which is just over three blocks away. For more information, visit http://www.victorianhotel.ca.