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Great one bedroom apartment close to everything. We had the one bedroom apartment. It had a queen size bed in the bedroom and two twin beds in the living room. So close to stanley Park! Water pressure was amazing, and had a great little kitchenette....More
This place is not where I'd chose to stay again. While the location is good, the hotel itself is a dump. The entrance is old, small, and cramped. The elevator is a scene from the past. The restaurant, bar, or whatever it is to become...More
Photos are deceptive, the elevator is tiny and does not allow more than 4 people at a time. The garage is very small and the electric entrance set up forces you to disembark. It was a rip off!! hugely expensive.
Its nice, clean,easy to get in/out. We enjoy going for a walk from hotel. Lots of restaurant and fun around. Parking lots are behind the hotel so we dont have to worry about parking in downtown. We will come back
$120 - $621 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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