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This hotel is old, really really old! It's not close to Rogers arena so it's not even a great location if you're going to a concert. You have to cab it or walk to the train (not a great option when it's cold and wet...More
Fantastic views, and the staff were really helpful. We came here via a booking on PriceLine name your own price that came up as 3.5 stars.
The location is also superb! You are in the West End of Vancouver and so you have great views...More
The hotel is in a great location, the rooms are just only acceptable and needs a make over, the bed was hard and unstable, the shower was very average and wifi is terrible, this was our 1st hotel in 3weeks we had to pay for...More
We stayed on the 27th floor overlooking Stanley Park and the harbour. Views from the room outstanding. In the mornings while still in bed you can see cruise liners coming in. Rooms need an upgrade but it was comfortable. We stayed for 7 nights so...More
Stayed for one night prior to joining cruise ship. Hotel short cab ride to cruise terminal. Our room was fine but was totally let down by the bathroom which desperately needed refurbishing (although the shower worked well). Public areas are tired and need updating. Staff...More
$657 - $688 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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