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It's shocking that all downtown Vancouver hotels all cost around $500 a night. The best bang for your buck would be the Hyatt Regency. ** Families with small kids, the rooms are NOT kid friendly and the glass doors that lead to the gym /...More
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We came to Vancouver for a weekend wedding and stayed at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. I only have positive things to say about our stay. We arrived early morning in Vancouver after traveling overnight and had planned to ask if we could store our luggage...More
1 Thank Robert J
Response from BrandiLasanen, Executive Office at Hyatt Regency VancouverResponded 4 weeks ago
Dear Robert J,
Thank you for taking the time to review your visit. I am thrilled to hear that you enjoyed your stay, and that we were able to get you checked in early so you had time to enjoy the city. We hope to...More
Nice hotel, right in the middle of downtown, close to the train station. The front desk staff and concierge were very kind and helpful. I suggest valet parking instead of trying to find the underground parking spaces
Due to weather I was diverted via LAX and moved to the next days. I called just after 1 pm today and explained flights had been diverted due to thunderstorms and they refused to wave the room fee. So I had to pay twice. Poor...More
Staff are pros yet they make you feel welcome. Room service requests answered super fast. Meals at the Club provides amazing morning & evening buffet meals that are stellar. Their hotel has its own Starbucks and their dining room on the 2nd floor (casual one...More
Vancouver's business district, the Downtown area is bustling with smartly-dressed folks balancing their lattes and briefcases to and from work. The area's plethora of contemporary commercial, residential, and corporate spaces has bred a landscape of nouveau restaurants, chain cafes, and upmarket shopping options. However, located right on the waterfront of Vancouver's energetic Harbour, Downtown is a also
popular public meeting spot, with a massive public library and convention center attracting a bevy of visitors both local and not, as well as a hotspot for the arts, being home to some of Vancouver's most cutting-edge galleries. With behemoth architecture and a professional air, Downtown means business.