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Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Vancouver
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Reviewed May 27, 2008

At first, I was disappointed with the hotel and mad that I hadn't chosen to stay in the downtown Hiton (it had cheaper parking and felt that we would've gotten a King room there ...). We didn't get the King bed like we had requested and I was bummed by the location (at first) because there was construction going on and it didn't seem to be in a good location.

Well ... my feelings changed the next morning. The breakfast was very good, considering it was free. Very few hot items, but a sausage patty and muffin later and I had a nice breakfast sandwich! It was a good assortment.

The front desk clerks are VERY helpful and friendly. They were more than willing to help us plan our day, even printing information about bike rentals, complete with prices so we didn't have to make those phone calls! They offered to set up the shuttle to take us to a bike rental (which we didn't take because we wanted the freedom of having our car near when we were ready to leave).

The next day, we debated if we should take the ferry into Victoria. They again were very helpful in the pros and cons of taking such a long time on a ferry and once again offered to help us with the arrangements. We chose to stay in the city and explore more of Vancouver itself.

The hotel is walking distance way from SO MANY THINGS! We walked to Yaletown, Chinatown, Gastown, shops, etc. We walked to dinner everynight and felt pretty safe in doing so. (Just keep your eyes open and be aware!) We noticed the most amount of homeless/beggars around Chinatown, Gastown and the shops on Robson.

The room was very nice, and the hot tub on the 15th floor was enjoyable at night (esp. after so much walking!) Complimentary water, small frig and microwave made bringing back leftovers easy and stress-free so we could continue to enjoy the awesome food we had.

If you're curious, we found these places to have very tasty food ...

Yaletown Brewery ($8.00 pizza on Sundays!) ... try the one with apple - it is really good!

La Bodega (Tapas)

Banana Leaf (Near Stanley park - by where we rented our bikes)

Floata Chinese (Dim Sum) ... if you've never had Dim Sum, probably not the best place to start since we had NO CLUE what we were doing! We had great food, but couldn't understand half of what was being offered to us!

After our stay was over, I realized why everyone else had reviewed the Hampton Inn so well - the location is prime, the people are top notch and the city is great!

Enjoy!

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 4, 2008

Nice clean room and good beds (not great) with great bathroom, TV, etc.

Good staff, very good complimentary breakfast.
Expensive parking in secure lot downstairs, restaurant on-site was ok, but service was non-existent, suggest going elsewhere, numerous choices nearby.

Great location if going to stadium next door, otherwise a good distance from Stanley park, the aquarium and many other places.

Need to get used to the many one-way streets in Vancouver, otherwise you could go around in circles for awhile.

  • Stayed: April 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 30, 2008

We have just returned from a 5 night stay at this hotel and would like to recommend it to other travellers. The staff were friendly, extremely helpful and nothing was ever too much trouble for them. We felt we had very good value for money.

The hotel is just few blocks away from the centre of Downtown. It looked to be fairly new, so all the decor was in good condition. There was a restaurant attached as well as a coffee bar and gift shop. Breakfast was provided with a varied spread daily. Coffee was available at all times.

Our room was light and spacious with a very comfortable bed and pillows.

Great views of the city were had from the top floor fitness centre.

  • Stayed: April 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 8, 2008

We stayed at the Hampton Inn & Suites for two nights right after Christmas. Went to Vancouver to shop the Boxing Day / Week specials and enjoy the city. The hotel is located at the end of Robson Street, right across from the BC Place Stadium. As other reviewers have noted, there are a considerable number of homeless folks in the area, but the same can be said for just about ALL of downtown Vancouver. All od this said, I we were able to easily walk up Robson for shopping, just a block away to the beautiful Vancouver Library, and maybe 10 minutes to the heart of downtown and Canada Place, etc.. Check-in was quick and efficient, and like other reviewers have noted, extremely courtious. We were given a corner room on a higher floor (as requested) with two double beds. The room was clean and clean-smelling when we arived, and the bathroom was well stocked with towels, shampoo, etc.. Nice to have the small fridge and microwave in the room. The wireless high speed internet worked as promised, and was fast. Our room looked down onto Robson Street and to the West. Like I said earlier, the Vancouver Public Library is just up the street, as well as a Starbucks, several good restaurants and a nice grocery store - everything you might want is nearby. We liked the fact that the underground parking was secured (the gate was opened with your room key). The breakfast served each morning has a good selection of hot and cold items - but - the area in which it'[s served is without question too small for the size of the hotel. Each morning that we were there, the room was jammed full, with people standing around waiting for others to finish eating so that they too could sit down. Best to get there early and avoid the rush. The only other thing that was a problem during stay was that the second elevator in the building was "out of order". This left just one elevator working to service all guests, which at times caused a considerable wait. Can the hotel have this fixed? Overall, we enjoyed our stay, and would definitely book there again.

  • Stayed: December 2007, traveled with family
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Reviewed March 28, 2008

We wanted to stay in a Hilton property -- building up our Hilton Honors points -- at the very best price. Although the actual price exceeded $190 US per night, we were more than satisified. High value for the amount spent.

Generally we do not stay at a Hampton Inn, so our surprise was all the more pleasant. It is a rather new property and maintained admirably. Very attentive desk staff and a first-rate buffet breakfast in a very lovely setting.

Sole misgiving is that this property isn't exactly in the center of downtown. We took alot of public transit, doing just fine because we are accustomed to that mode.

  • Stayed: September 2007, traveled as a couple
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