Victoria Overnight Chinese New Year Package
Starting From 2 Days / 1 Night
Ring in the Year of the Rooster with a getaway to Victoria, BC! Enjoy a round trip Victoria Clipper cruise between Seattle and Victoria and a delicious Chinese New Year afternoon tea service at the Hotel Grand Pacific. Cozy up in the quiet, luxurious Pacific Restaurant and choose from a selection of 16 specialty Silk Road teas paired with a lineup of phenomenal treats curated by Executive Chef Rick Choy.
While you are in town, be sure to stop by Victoria’s vibrant Chinatown to take in colorful parades, treat yourself to delicious meals and shop the boutiques in the famously narrow Fan Tan Alley. Check out our Clipper Vacations Magazine feature 5 Reasons to Check Out Chinese New Year in Victoria to help plan your trip!
About This Trip
January 26 - February 5, 2017
2 days / 1 night minimum
Add additional nights during booking
- Round trip Victoria Clipper cruise from Seattle to Victoria
- 1 night Hotel Grand Pacific
- Hotel Grand Pacific Chinese New Year Afternoon Tea
- All applicable taxes
Advance purchase, fuel surcharge, security fee and other restrictions may apply.
Please note that the tea does contain gluten products and some nuts, and there is no option for substitutions.
Children will receive a standard tea instead of a Dim Sum tea.
Pricing in USD and may vary based on actual travel dates.
Minimum 1-day advance purchase required.
Passport, Passport Card or EDL required when crossing an international border.
A fuel surcharge and security fee will be added to all Seattle/Victoria fares.
Subject to change.
Depart from downtown Seattle’s Pier 69 and cruise directly into downtown Victoria. After checking into the Hotel Grand Pacific, cozy up in the quiet, luxurious Pacific Restaurant and choose from a selection of 16 specialty Silk Road teas to sip on while you soak in stunning views of Victoria’s Inner Harbour. You’ll also feast on a lineup of phenomenal treats curated by Executive Chef Rick Choy, which range from savory steam buns filled with soy ginger chicken to sweet, creamy coconut roll cakes.
After your delicious feast, use the rest of your day to partake in the many other Chinese New Year activities happening in town. Visit Victoria’s thriving and historic Chinatown (the second oldest in North America) for dining, shopping and entertainment. Be sure to explore the narrowest street in Canada, Fan Tan Alley, and the “Gate of Harmonious Interest,” which was created in Victoria’s sister city of Suzhou, China.
On your second day in Victoria, join in local New Year’s festivities and explore the rest of the city before your early evening departure to Seattle. To make the most of your day in Victoria, consider adding one of the following attractions, at the time of booking:
For more ideas, see 50 things to do in Victoria.