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The Hotel itself is stuxk about 30 years in te past. It looks promising from the lobby but after that it goes down hill. It is very dated and not the cleanest. Breakfast was very pricey. The location however was vwey good.
Great location on ROBSON ST. Close to restaurants, shops and the beach. Friendly staff, clean rooms. We had a room on 30th floor so the view was amazing. Unfortunately hotel closed two days after we left, it is being replaced with apartments.
This review is a bit posthumous, as we understand this place is now closed. Be that as it may, we stayed here for a week in September and enjoyed the view and our stay. The place was a bit worn, with closing so eminent, but...More
What an absolute shame that this place is being torn down! Of the various hotels we stayed in on our Canada trip, this one wins on location ( what a view from the windows of our 38th floor room!). It felt safe, was super close...More
Hotel fairly central to downtown vancuver, wifi which we paid for in our room was very patchy, ok in foyer where it was free, easy access to free shuttle to capilarno bridge, bed good and staff friendly and helpful, lots of restaurants in area, did...More
US$634 - US$674 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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