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The lobby of this hotel is beautiful, but the underground parking is scary! Our room on the 8th floor is adequate, but not exciting. The place feels run-down and you've got to take two elevators to reach the parking. The bottom elevator is dirty and...More
We stayed here for 2 nights after we came back from Alaska cruise. Our Deluxe room was very spacious with 2 queen size beds, large tv, drawers, table and chairs. The WiFi was free and speed PK. The location is excellent, all the attractions nearby...More
The Stay: 2-night stay in Downtown Vancouver for leisure. It was cheapest rate I could find anywhere. This used to be an old Sheraton, and has really been run down. Locals say that this building will be knocked down soon and replaced.
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We stay there one night before we got on our cruises to Alaska. The location is great. There are so many Korea, Japanese, Chinese restaurants in 5-10 minutes walking distance. I wish we could stay a couple more days to enjoy the restaurants. From the...More
I found the hotels to be quite expensive in Vancouver Canada. My husband and I stayed here and it happened to be the weekend of Canada day celebration. The hotel is dated but was clean and in a good location for downtown. It was. Wry...More
$133 - $229 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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