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This is, hands down, my favorite hotel in Vancouver. There is so much to love. The location is excellent. The Hyatt is surrounded by world class shopping and dining. Need to grab a quick breakfast or coffee? You can at the Starbucks in the lobby....More
We came to Vancouver for a weekend wedding and stayed at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. I only have positive things to say about our stay. We arrived early morning in Vancouver after traveling overnight and had planned to ask if we could store our luggage...More
It is my first time visiting Canada. Our first stop is Vancouver and we booked Hyatt Regency because the rate reasonable and the deco/design of the hotel seems alright when we browse through the website.
The location of this hotel is second to none. Perhaps...More
Friendly, helpful staff, wonderful views from the 32nd floor, big, luxurious room with the most comfortable bed I have ever slept in - didn't want to leave it! Big, well-provisioned bathroom and coffee/tea facilities. Regency Lounge is great too.
It started with a lack of parking (only public parking available) and continued with a wasted online check in (everything was repeated in person and a different room assigned... with a view away from the water compared to a view towards the water with our...More
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