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We stayed in this hotel one night pre-cruise. We picked this hotel to explore Vancouver downtown for a day. This hotel is in a great location but the room was really tiny. You have to pay extra for parking, extra person, etc. There were two...More
In easy walking distance of many of Vancouver's attractions, the Kingston was built around 1910 and retains the charm of that era, right down to the (functioning) old-fashioned steam radiators and (gasp!) opening windows. It's immaculately clean, very comfortable and with modern amenities such as...More
I spent 3 days at the Kingston Hotel from December 12 and found it an excellent and moderately priced location for my business discussions in the City Centre and only 2 blocks away from the subway station to the airport. An added bonus was Pacific...More
We were happily surprised with the various little touches (robes, slippers, sink with towels in the room, a very nice attendant in the breakfast room who offered to toast us a bagel!) that we just weren't expecting for the price. Lots of unexpected charm in...More
The location is convenient and it is a plus that it is only a couple of blocks from a train station. I felt safe staying in this area and you can walk to enjoy attractions like the Lookout and Fly Over. The simple breakfast is...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.
The rooms I've stayed in both times I was there were the same. They are small rooms but ample for one person. There is the bed, desk and chair. There is a mirror and a sink in room. The shared bathrooms are just down the... More
The rooms I've stayed in both times I was there were the same. They are small rooms but ample for one person. There is the bed, desk and chair. There is a mirror and a sink in room. The shared bathrooms are just down the hall plus there are some on other floors. I never had a time I had to wait. I personally was never bothered by construction noise. It is an older hotel so no air conditioning but there is a fan and the window does open. It was fine for me and I was there in August. There are many little alcoves with comfy chairs around the place if you want to sit and read. Staff are extremely helpful. My room didn't have a tv. Not sure what the bigger rooms are like. It is so central to everything. The morning continental is adequate. Toast or bagel, juice, coffee, tea. Not sure what else. I hope this helps.