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Had the ultimate best time at this quaint little hotel felt right at home downtown Vancouver easy access to great restaurants and Rogers Arena I can’t say enough about the staff and the room was so adorable and so clean and I have to tell...More
My colleague and I recently stayed here for an entomology conference that we attended. This hotel was close to the convention center but also incredibly affordable!! The bed was super comfortable and the bathrooms were clean and eco-friendly! The breakfast every morning was delicious and...More
Small hotel near Gastown in Vancouver. Very friendly, clean rooms and bathroom. Nice beds, quiet and great value for money. The breakfast is not big but very tasty with fresh, excellent bread. Recommended!
The Victorian Hotel is an old Victorian building, beautifully renovated. The bedrooms are comfortable with high ceilings and the bathrooms are modern and attractive. The hotel is right in the downtown area, close to shopping and restaurants and a few minutes walk from the waterfront....More
First of all the beds are very comfortable. The room was clean, although windows aren’t sound proof so traffic noise can be heard throughout the night. For the cost of the room and the location of the hotel, I would definitely stay here again.
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Located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, discover the Victorian Hotel-a newly renovated boutique-style property housed in a beautiful brick Victorian era building dating back to 1898. Once inside,guests are …Moretransported to the 21st century with 47 beautifully appointed guest rooms designed to create a truly alternative hotel experience.The location is at the nexus of 3 distinct neighborhoods. Historic Gastown,trendy Yaletown and the brand new development of Coal Harbour next to the Convention Centre, are all within walking distance.The shopping district of Robson street and the entertainment sector of Granville are also just minutes away. Waterfront Sky Train station and Roger's Arena are both approximately 5 minute walks from the hotel. Less
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$83 - $227 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Canada > British Columbia > Vancouver > Gastown
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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.
I am 70 yrs old. No reason to be negative and han never previously seen or spoken to this man .My first encounter with him was his banging on the door. My injury was serious enough for me to have to buy a business class... More
I am 70 yrs old. No reason to be negative and han never previously seen or spoken to this man .My first encounter with him was his banging on the door. My injury was serious enough for me to have to buy a business class ticket for the return journey so that I could lie down. I needed a wheelchair assistance at the airport. The last 3 days of my trip were spent on the bed unable to move, with 2 pre paid tours missed. His words to me were ( I Don't Care) I am still having to take very strong pain medication as it turned out I had damaged the sciatic nerve. Obviously it's his word against mine, and he's never going to admit it as his job would be on the line, unless he's related to the owner