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We spend New Years Eve in Vancouver and stayed at Landmark Hotel. The location was fantastic on Robson Street yet you do need to rent a car in Vancouver. We got a really beautiful room with fantastic ocean view. The check in was a bit...More
I do want to write a review although this hotel is now closed down. I went to Vancouver solo, it was my first long haul solo trip so I was a bit nervous, to say the least. I had never been to the Americas, so...More
Nice hotel comfy beds good service the elevator system works and services all visitors very well. Good underground parking restaraunts are good. Has a Starbucks in the Lobby and Tim Hortons adjacent to the driveway sky train close by outdoor pool and hot tub. Good...More
The hotel located in downtown area. Near to harbour, shopping area and night life. Many restaurants and fast food stalls are near to it. The view of restaurant from the highest floor is spectacular. Will stay there again.
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.
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.