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Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Vancouver
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Reviewed December 27, 2006

We chose this hotel for 2 reasons: in-room hot tubs and the great reviews on TripAdvisor. Although I was doubtful that a 3 star hotel could really be superior to other fancy 5 star hotels in town, it was the only hotel we could find with in-room jacuzzis.

We loved the place! Our room was a Deluxe King Jacuzzi room located on a corner with full windows looking out over BC Place and the Cambie St Bridge. It was a very nice room, with an extremely comfy bed and nice fittings. The jacuzzi was fantastic and a great size for two.

We payed for a Romance package (C$199) for one night, which included a box of chocolates, some non-alcoholic sparkling cider, a $30 voucher for dinner in the hotel's restaurant, and most importantly a 2pm check-out. At a premium over the standard room rate of $159, the package may not be worth the extra cost. With so many amazing restaurants nearby in Yaletown, the hotel restaurant is an unappealing option and we didn't use the voucher (although it might be able to be used for breakfast?). The chocolates were tasty, but the 2pm checkout was excellent and almost made the package deal worthwhile on its own.

The standard room rates all seem to include a continental buffet breakfast: standard fare with juices, coffee, pastries, cereals, fruit, yogurt, but with bonus scrambled eggs and breakfast sausage patties. Nothing fancy and a bit wasteful with disposable plates and cutlery.

This place definitely deserves its #1 popularity rating on Trip Advisor. Although it is down at the quiet end of Robson Street, it is only a short (4 blocks) walk from all the superb nightlife, restaurants, cafes and shops in Yaletown. The money you save on the room can easily be spent on a high class night out.

  • Stayed: December 2006, traveled as a couple
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7  Thank rocks009
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Reviewed December 26, 2006

As a family of 5, with 3 children under 13, it is difficult to find establishments that will allow all in the same room. Hampton allowed us all in a King suite (with a roll-away) and had 2 T.Vs and kitchen facilities....essential for a family! Beautifully set out room, great location, and a breakfast included, made it a perfect place to spend a couple of nights in Vancouver. Highly recommended.

  • Stayed: December 2006, traveled with family
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5  Thank evorob
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Reviewed December 19, 2006

I took my husband to the Avs/Canucks game for a birthday weekend in Vancouver. This hotel couldn't have been located better - the walk to and from GM Place took 5 minutes. Additionally, we did a little shopping on Robson Street, which was only a few blocks away. The location was great - it was downtown, but it was really quick to get out of downtown too. It's true the hotel is not immediately surrounded by lots of pretty buildings, but it was hard to beat the view once you got up to your room.

I booked a Jacuzzi suite which was clean and beautiful. We had a corner room, so we had views of two directions as both outside walls were nothing but windows. The king bed had nice linens, though we found it a bit hard for our tastes (we like really soft beds, though). Housekeeping left us alone to sleep in and just relax in our larger-than-average room. We enjoyed the jacuzzi, which was roomy enough for tall (6'5") folks, though the jets were really loud (not uncommon). There is a lack of breakfast places nearby, so we ate a late breakfast in the restaurant and were immediately taken care of and served a good meal.

Was it the best hotel room I've stayed in? No. Was it a better-than-average room, for a good value in a downtown location in an increasingly expensive city? Yes. If you are expecting boutique, original design or to bathe in luxury, forget it - this is not Hilton's luxury chain. But it's a better-than-average chain hotel (with free WiFi, no less) and sometimes that's just fine.

Oh, I forgot to mention the free bottled water, replaced daily. I can't recall the last time I stayed in a hotel outside of Mexico (and often one much more luxurious), and wasn't charged some ridiculous rate for water. I realize it's just water, but when you get to your room after dinner or a few drinks, it's nice to have a free bottle there.

  • Stayed: December 2006, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank Kahbah
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Reviewed December 11, 2006

I booked a three night stay at the Hampton Inn in Vancouver at the end of November based on the incredible reviews from Tripadvisor.com. The Hampton Inn is a nice budget hotel. The location is NOT fabulous in my opinion. It is at the very end of Robson Street and not really next to anything other than the Stadium (which is directly across the street.) Really I was depressed when my taxi pulled up to it. On my flight I met a woman who works for the Tourism Department in Vancouver. She was stunned that Tripadvisor had rated Hamton Inn as the # 1 hotel in Vancouver and EMBARASSED!! Certainly you can walk to shops and restaurants from the hotel-but nothing cute or charming is within eyesight. The Opus Hotel (which ranks # 5 by Tripadvisor.com) by comparison is in a cool, unique neighborhood surrounded by great restaurants and shops. However, the Opus Hotel is directly next to a large and noisy construction project. The beds were very comfortable at the Hampton Inn and we had no complaints in that department. The breakfasts were not great nor was the staff very friendly. Vancouver is a beautiful city that is very unique. The Hampton Inn is great if you are on a budget, however has a very motelish feeling to it. This is not a hotel I would reccommend to someone other than for price as it is cheap. It is definitely not upscale or luxurious and frankly neither are the clientele!

  • Stayed: November 2006, traveled with friends
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20  Thank juju1967
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Reviewed November 21, 2006

This hotel is on a very popular street with restaurants and boutiques. The hotel staff was very helpful helping us to get places using their shuttle or taxis or explaining the sky tram. They made us feel quite at home. The room was very clean and comfortable with down comforters. A bonus was the complementary buffet style breakfast, not just the usual toast and oatmeal. The aquarium is great with families as is Stanley Park. We checked out the huge 500 store mall, but one store started to look like all the others and the only main restaurant was TGI Fridays.

Our biggest regret was being across the street from the hockey stadium and not taking in a game. Lots of opportunities for $40 seats.

Stayed: November 2006
4  Thank Karen K
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