So many good things have been said already about the location, service, views, generous room size (though not bathroom size), no need to repeat all that. The TV quality was not the best on many channels and PPV looked fuzzy on menus, did not feel tempted to try it. No decaf coffee in room - why not? Beds were super comfortable. Balconies you can actually walk out onto (although do not even think about if you are scared of heights!). Wifi was pretty fast while we were there, not sure how overall busy they were mind you. Everything feels solid, as would be expected in an older but well updated establishment. Low street noise (from 23rd floor at least). Hop on-hop off city tour trolley stops right outside, plus Capilano shuttle too. Enough said, I would definitely have it high on my list for next time; unless you are wedded to a particular chain you should too.
- Also Known As:
- Blue Horizon Hotel Vancouver
- Blue Horizon Vancouver
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel lies at the junction of the West End and downtown surrounded is bounded by water on three side, English bay, Coal Harbour and Lost Lagoon in world famous Stanley park. All guest rooms are corner room with balconies. Recreational amenities are located within walking distance for residents of this high density area. The West End is a livable neighborhood that is home to a unique mix of people and places. Its a community that features a range of housing, land use, heritage buildings, transportation options, and amenities. ... more less
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