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Stayed one night on the second floor. Room was clean but nothing supplied except for soap and tp. The towels are extremely small and thin. Walking up the stairs to the room reeked like stale cigarette smoke. For the price I might stay again.
Had a terrible stay. Had to stay for two nights. First night I found ants in my bed sheets. Night manager didn't answer the phone. No services at all. In the morning they took my complaints defensively and blamed me for the ants. Moved me...More
we needed a one night stopover so picked a motel. We expected basic but not this basic. Clean , paintwork tired, grout in bathroom tiles dirty and missing. Towels small and threadbare. No tea making at all. Coffee was provided in office free up to...More
I have been this terrible place on Aug. 28, 2016, in midnight, many BED BUGS come out in room 112 and bite me! I have to change another room and the itch of body make me can't sleep! This is the really bad hotel!!
Well, the motel is situated close to the poor part of the city. Not that poor is bad but when you see the strange people just a few blocks down especially closer to the train station and Hastings, you will know what I mean.
Developed alongside the Vancouver Olympic Village for the 2010 Winter Games, a past fraught with hardship has recently been overcome, and builders are changing the landscape on the ground of Southeast False Creek at a rapid pace. With waterfront dining, ultra-modern facilities, sports stadiums, and a load of greenery, parks, and rest spots built into the ever-changing infrastructure, it's a fast-paced and mutable spot to
see Vancouver taking shape and making history. It is especially popular for the casual sportsman, as the Seawall on the water makes for one of the most scenic locations for cycling or roller-blading, jogging or strolling.