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All reviewscanada placewaterfront stationrooms are smallcontinental breakfasthomeless peoplefew blockswithin walking distanceyogurtcruise terminalan older hotelconvenient locationvancouver downtownwould stay here againbed was comfortablecanada linepublic transportationstayed one night
This hotel was GREAT, the beds and pillows were so comfy, room was very clean and it was very quiet. The staff was welcoming and Harrison, the bellhop/valet was wonderful! I have stayed in a few hotels in this area and this was the cheapest...More
My husband and I stayed at this hotel at the end of cruise to Alaska. We arrived early in the morning, around 10 am, much to early to check in. I had contracted a flu on the boat and was very ill, so the staff...More
We had an amazing time exploring the city and the staff here always made us feel welcomed and they are always friendly and our suite was always kept super clean with fresh refreshments and my favorite chocolates
The hotel is in an old building and the elevator is small and tight. It is located in a central part of the city in an older area. The room was adequate and clean. The noise from the street can be very loud at time...More
A visit to Gastown is like turning back the clock and stepping into a bygone era. With the distinction of being Vancouver's oldest neighborhood, the many plaques that stud the cobbled streets of Gastown tell the story of its colorful past, giving Vancouver's history a more lively presence here than anywhere else. Having been originally founded around a popular worker's saloon, it's no wonder that today some of
Vancouver's best micro-breweries, creative cocktail joints, and corner bars can be found in this area. Classical charm suffuses its many vintage boutiques and the brick-built structures that an army of creative professionals call home.
Response from Skibumdude | Reviewed this property |
You can take the Sky train (which becomes a subway once it gets closer to town and get to a stop relatively close) It is a relatively short walk, but depending on which stop you get off, you might have an uphill climb. So... More
You can take the Sky train (which becomes a subway once it gets closer to town and get to a stop relatively close) It is a relatively short walk, but depending on which stop you get off, you might have an uphill climb. So as long as everyone is fit. The price from the airport to the hotel is regulated so you don't have to worry about someone pushing up the fare on you if you decide to go by cab. We went by cab, and we also rode the subway out tot the airport just for fun. However, when we left our hotel to go to the airport to return home, we took a cab.
Response from Manager01234 | Property representative |
I would say it depends on your tour company. If you are planning to join a fully guided tour with a local company to Victoria, Whistler or city tour then the majority of the companies will pick up from our... More
I would say it depends on your tour company. If you are planning to join a fully guided tour with a local company to Victoria, Whistler or city tour then the majority of the companies will pick up from our hotel. Also, we do exchange USD at the hotel but you will get a better rate at the currency exchange, bank or by using your credit card.
Guest Services Manager