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This hotel is scheduled to be demolished later this year, so - given the fact the price I paid was among the lowest I could find for a well located, non-bathroom sharing hotel in Vancouver - I was pleasantly surprised. The view was outstanding, the...More
Shabby lobby but clean, large rooms with comfortable bed. Had a refrigerator and coffee machine, a table with two chairs. Lovely view of the harbor (when the smoke cleared). We all went up to revolving restaurant for drinks our last night. Upholstery was ripped and...More
I am surprised that the health officials have not shut them down. My room reeked of mould and I changed hotels the next day. I've stayed in rundown places in the Europe, Russia, Asia, and South America that were preferable to this.
Honestly I've struggled with what to rate this hotel because of the two different experiences I received during the same stay.
The first day in the hotel found me fighting with a girl at reception and then the manager of the hotel, because our room...More
Liked the location, but the hotel is getting a little old and wore out. The resturant has great views. Rooms could be renovated. The staff was great, very helpful. Water pressure was either nothing or bore a hole in you, nice hot water.
$148 - $265 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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