Prestige Oceanfront Resort

The Prestige Oceanfront Resort is your ideal haven for relaxation and rejuvenation only 45 minutes from downtown Victoria. Our full service resort features luxurious guest rooms, exceptional dining experiences, a world-class spa, and extraordinary hospitality.

Perched above the Strait of Juan de Fuca and with views of the Pacific Ocean and Olympic Mountains, the resort offers an unparalleled experience to its guests. Fire pits and soft seating in the resort’s tropical-inspired terrace add an element of casual luxury as visitors are encouraged to enjoy a glass of wine or meal by the fire as they take in the ocean views. The on-site Coastal Tides Day Spa pampers guests with indulgent treatments, while a beautiful indoor pool and hot tub area is complimented by a state-of-the-art athletic centre. West Coast Grill restaurant offers fresh seafood dishes in an upscale, beachy atmosphere, and a lounge and café are also on-site. The resort is now renting its Pacific Penthouse, a luxurious and spacious suite with five terraces, private outdoor hot tub, outdoor kitchen and bbq, putting green and gorgeous master bedrooms and ensuites.

The resort is also ideal as a host destination for oceanside weddings, special events, corporate meetings, and retreats. Our spacious and elegant event facilities can accommodate up to 400 guests and our events team will work with you to take care of all the details.

Conveniently located near unique local attractions, including the Sooke Pot Holes, French Beach, and the West Coast Trail, the resort is perfectly situated to inspire a truly West Coast experience. With activities ranging from sight-seeing, scuba diving, hiking, cycling, fishing, kayaking, whale watching, zip lining and much more, Sooke is a scenic destination that you will find to be Greater Victoria’s best kept secret.

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Destination Greater Victoria is honoured to be based on the traditional territory of the Lekwungen-speaking peoples of the Songhees Nation and the Esquimalt Nation, whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.