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We stayed there either side of our Alaska criuse. The first visit was a bit dissapointing.
The check in was ok and we were a bit early but they had a room available. The room was a bit small but ok for one night. The...More
2 Thank GS2013_13
Response from sandvan, General Manager at Sandman Hotel Vancouver City CentreResponded 21 October 2017
Thank you for reviewing us.
I am so pleased we had the opportunity to exceed your expectations on the second visit. We hope to welcome you back for a third visit in the near future.
Arrived in Vancouver a day before our cruise (1 May) and stayed at the Sandman Hotel. Firstly we were given a room that was not cleaned and had signs of previous occupants’ dirty towels in the bathroom, unmade bed, leftover baby’s milk in the fridge...More
Stayed here for 4 nights. Colleague’s room wasn’t cleaned for 2 days. A/C unit didn’t work. From outside building looks abandoned. Unresponsive front desk staff. Once I left hotel and realized I Left expensive jewelry in my room I called front desk for over an...More
We loved that we could walk to most of what we wanted to see ie: Gastown, Chinatown, and Rogers place great location, indoor pool was cold though, enjoyed our meal at Moxies and hung out at the Shark Club after the concert(Shania)
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