3 Leven Street, Inner City, Invercargill, 9840
Built 1896 the Victoria Railway Hotel is an Invercargill Icon. NZ Historic Places Trust Category 1. Closed architecturally designed upgrade in June 2003. The Hotel was re-opened May 2004 - the upgrade included automatic fire sprinklers throughout, Type 7 smoke detection, Ground floor wheelchair units, CCTV and 24hr PIR access. May 2007 Recipient of the Invercargill City Council Environment Award.
Description of Victoria Railway Hotel & Gerrards Restaurant Bed & Breakfast:Inner City Victorian Style Boutique Hotel Accommodation.
Built in 1896 the Victoria Railway Hotel is an Invercargill Icon with a NZ Historic Places Trust Category 1 Classification. The Hotel was closed for an architecturally designed upgrade and refurbishment in June 2003, the subsequently re-opened in May 2004. The upgrade included automatic fire sprinklers throughout, Type 7 smoke detection, Ground floor wheelchair units, CCTV and 24hr PIR access. On the 23rd May 2007 the Victoria Railway Hotel was the recipient of the Invercargill City Council Environment Award “in recognition of the work done is conserving this Invercargill landmark” and “the contribution to the environment that your property makes”.
This Invercargill icon is one of the last remaining Hotels in New Zealand still being used for its original purpose. The Hotel specializes in accommodation with a range of options from Standard to Executive and VIP Rooms.
Lounge Bar and on site Dining for House Guests is available within the Hotel at Gerrard’s Restaruant where the focus is traditional kiwi fare, fine Invercargill Beers and kiwi wines.