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My spouse and I stayed at this hotel for two night from Friday Feb 17-Sunday morning Feb19 as we wanted a break from the kids. I was very disappointed in the suite.
They are suites with the bedroom separate from the living space. This was...More
I read the reviews before booking this hotel and a mixed bag is what I got. I guess everyone comes from a different perspective? I frequent hotels a lot because of business and pleasure and this was to be our resting spot for a concert...More
Too expensive & too old. Age really shows everywhere. Looks like nothing was updated. Only the furniture pieces look less than 20 years old. Do not recommend for family. Kitchen makes it tempting for family or group, but everything is so old, you question the...More
We have always stayed there because it is inexpensive and we didn't mind its old and a bit neglected. This trip featured: torn curtain liners, unpredictable water temperatures in the shower (think cold more than hot) vacuuming right outside the oh so thin do it...More
My wife and I were joined by another family couple while visiting Vancouver for a few days before and after a cruise. We reserved 2 rooms at the Tropicana Suite Hotel for our pre-cruise visit and were so happy that we reserved 2 rooms for...More
Robson Street is a shopper's paradise. Whether a window shopper or a serious trendsetter, a fashionista or a dabbler, the crowd of independent boutiques, quirky one-off shops, and well-known luxury brands on Robson Street have something to cater for every itch in your wallet. As a result, it draws a diverse crowd, and the people-watching along this famous walking thoroughfare is a primary attraction. In between the
clothing shops both high-street and budget-friendly are a number of cafes to lay down your load, as well as numerous specialty stores ranging in their wares from music, to art, to city souvenirs. Known as "Vancouver's Runway," if a new trend is on the rise, you'd spot it here first.