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YVR B&B Inn in Richmond

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YVR B&B Inn in Richmond

Hello. Someone can give me a hotel review YVR B & B Inn in Richmond, is that I find little information. I'm going to stay 2 nights in Augusts. Pardon my bad English and thank you very much.

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1. Re: YVR B&B Inn in Richmond

Do you have a web site for them or listing we can look at?

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2. Re: YVR B&B Inn in Richmond

Yes, this is the web site.

http://www.yvrbnb.com/

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3. Re: YVR B&B Inn in Richmond

Hi Nuria ~

This location is in a residential neighbourhood. It is some distance from other things to do and see.

It is a 15 minute walk to public transit.

The map that shows the location, and the walk to Bridgeport Station for the Canada Line into Vancouver is here:

http://goo.gl/maps/VhwOI

Here is a street view of the B&B. You can drag the map side to side with your mouse to see the other houses and the street nearby:

http://goo.gl/maps/LaczI

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4. Re: YVR B&B Inn in Richmond

Looks like a real 'monster house' someone is trying to make pay-what's with the pic of all the chairs in the living room?

Nuria-Hay otros en Vancouver en mejores lugares cerca de todo.

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5. Re: YVR B&B Inn in Richmond

Looks like an acommodation that's mainly used by flight crews-and students(hence the chairs, I guess)

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6. Re: YVR B&B Inn in Richmond

Oh, oh not good news. I explain to you. We will spend two days in Vancouver and we have a rental car. The first day, Saturday, we would like to visit the center and the second day, Sunday, the Stanley Park. There was also seen that there is in Richmond a summer night market near the hotel that we like to visit. We did not want a hotel in the center because they are very expensive and you have to pay parking. I watched B & B in Burbaby (Lavender House, Nordvik Manor ...) and New Westminster, but this seemed very far because early Monday we will take a ferry to Victoria and did not want to get jam on the road. This hotel, the YVR B & B is close to the Travelodge and Sadman, and is very well priced, so we chose it. In Richmond saw the Chestnut Tree Bed and Breakfast and the Cedar House, but we found worse placed. But, i don't know what to do. Sorry my English, I hope you can understand. Thanks a lot

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7. Re: YVR B&B Inn in Richmond

Have a look at the La Quinta Inn.

www.lq.com

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8. Re: YVR B&B Inn in Richmond

I think Wallie has given you an excellent option. La Quinta in Richmond has free parking, free breakfast and is very, very close to the Canada Line into the city. It is also close to some shopping and restaurants.

Here is the website for the location in Richmond: http://tinyurl.com/dxrgatg

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9. Re: YVR B&B Inn in Richmond

Thank you very much for the tips. I will look la quinta inn, is a bit more expensive but is much better situated.

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