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2 levels of rooms. 3 buildings on one site. Our room was in main building 2nd floor. + very clean + Fairly new. + Staff very...
We booked a room at the Port Augusta Inn and Suites based on positive online reviews. When we arrived we found that the...
Room was kind of small and dated. Bed was comfortable but I found the pillows to be too big, puffy wise. We had to go outside to...
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Please do cancel my room reservation for 15 June - 16 June 2017 in the name of H.Silavwe, as not needing the room. Thanks you.
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Ben Y wrote a review Jul 2020
Duncan, Canada249 contributions66 helpful votes
2 levels of rooms. 3 buildings on one site.
Our room was in main building 2nd floor.
+ very clean
+ Fairly new.
+ Staff very helpful
+ Room was standard, 2 queens.
+ Continental breakfast

Out lying buildings look tired, running down.
Some of the out lying buildings are rented long term.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Robb T wrote a review Jul 2020
Victoria, Canada3 contributions2 helpful votes
We booked a room at the Port Augusta Inn and Suites based on positive online reviews. When we arrived we found that the room they had reserved for us was not pet-friendly and we had our cat with us. This non-pet room seemed clean and in good repair. Unfortunately they were not able to provide us with an alternate, pet-friendly room that met our standards. The only available rooms were quite run down, with strong odors, Cigarette burns, fresh dirt, and stains on the bedding, etc. In addition, there were several people hanging about outside their rooms who I later learned were area homeless people being housed here by the government due to Covid-19. We are happy with our decision to not stay here.
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Date of stay: July 2020
Room Tip: 400 Block has the better rooms
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1Barbie wrote a review Oct 2019
Winnipeg, Canada10 contributions3 helpful votes
Room was kind of small and dated. Bed was comfortable but I found the pillows to be too big, puffy wise. We had to go outside to the breakfast room. Breakfast was very basic, toast, muffins, yogurt, cereal and bananas. Good location, close to everything. We found the hotel to be very quiet even though you are on a main street.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Bruce W wrote a review Oct 2019
Enderby, Canada29 contributions10 helpful votes
The choice of accommodations in Courtenay / Comox seem to go from one spectrum to the other - either cheap & run down or super expensive & fancy. The Port Augusta is inbetween. Older place, but well maintained. Clean and good location. I stayed in the 400 series of rooms ( the cheap rooms - $89) and they are housed in a cinderblock, half underground bunker sort of building. Room was a little dingy, but quiet and clean. There are nicer rooms available with balconies and such for more money. Continental breakfast was in a tiny room (only 4 tables) behind the office - guests were struggling for space. Food basic, but OK. Room was a little pricey for what I got, but adequate.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Nadine J wrote a review Sep 2019
Sooke, Canada47 contributions5 helpful votes
The small pool was lovely and we were in a renovated room which was very nice and very clean. This is a good value for the price. We also very much enjoyed the free continental breakfast in the morning.
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Date of stay: September 2019
Room Tip: Ask for a renovated room when you book.
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