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We read A LOT of reviews of the Patricia so were fully aware of the issues that have been commented here at length. Yes, there are a large number of people who are homeless but there is also a long history of the East Hastings...More
I'll start with the positives.. the daytime reception staff were very friendly and informative. And the location is very close to the centre, though is not a nice part of town and it can feel quite intimidating to walk around.
We researched beforehand and were...More
There are crack users right outside of this hotel. The shower is very small and almost unusable. The staff is very pleasant and helpful. We did not eat at the restaurant so I can't comment on this. Overall, i can only rate the hotel as...More
We chose the Patricia because we had booked an Alaska cruise at the last minute & frankly, there weren't too many affordable choices for a post cruise visit. The hotel is a Vancouver landmark, built over 100 years ago, so if you like that sort...More
Worst Hotel we have ever Stayed
the worst thing is the location when you get to the hotel you are meet with people living in tents on the street outside the front door. We had reviewed the hotel and were aware...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.
Yes, although they do require a valid credit card to have on file. This place is best avoided unless You are familiar with Vancouver. It is the corner/hub (Jackson and Hastings) for Vancouver's mostly addicted prostitutes... More
Yes, although they do require a valid credit card to have on file. This place is best avoided unless You are familiar with Vancouver. It is the corner/hub (Jackson and Hastings) for Vancouver's mostly addicted prostitutes. My Hubby's suggestion if You do decide to stay at the "Pat is to call Mon-Fri. PST and negotiate a deal with Lindsay (i.e.: a cash deposit refundable upon check out) Although there are many great attractions very close by it is also literally a stones throw away from every drug and vice known to humankind. If You are truly interested in seeing all of Vancouver ask Lindsay about a weekly rate after your first nights stay. The transit system here is the cheapest in North America. Under 10.00 CDN will get You to any of the nearby mountains (the pass itself is valid from the the first bus in the AM till the last Skytrain, Seabus or Bus till well after midnight in the AM the next day (20+hours and no surcharges or extras added on) The bus routes are all turn around routes, so if You see something that catches your eye, jump off and check it out. To get back cross the road from the bus You jumped off, or jump back on and/or take the entire route round trip. Bus Information is 604-953-3333 and there hours are from 6:00AM till midnight (have a pen handy because if You can follow accurate instructions the bus system is simply awesome. We wish You an enjoyable stay in Vancouver. D and t.