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Last minute booking due to flight issues. Booked online through a third-party website, but when I got here they hadn't received my reservation or payment.
Amenities - virtually none. There is a sink in the room but no personal bathroom. Rooms 201-224 share 4 unisex...More
Needed a place to sleep. Was clean. Shared bathroom - had no conflicts. Geared to young travelers on a budget. No major issues. Staff was helpful. Some maintenance required, i.e. plumbing. Good location with allot of places to eat. Parking on street is difficult. Hotel...More
This place was dirty, smelled and was unsafe. It also is a brothel. Do not stay here. The reviews on hotels.com were terribly misleading and the company was of no use in helping us defray the cost of getting a new room on a high...More
It's located in the yaletown area on Granville. It can get noisy at night as quite a few bars/clubs in the area,but from my 2nd floor room it didn't once bother me. There is plent of cafes, restaurants and supermarkets in the area and the...More
I stayed in this 'hotel' for 2 nights and felt unsafe the entire time. Calling this a hotel is generous, and it's actually a hostel. The area is bad, and the lock on my door was very flimsy. The chain had been removed so I...More
US$67 - US$148 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Granville Grand Hotel
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A hodgepodge of landscapes, the West End combines verdant gardens and blocky modern architecture, with Victorian bits and Edwardian bobs in between. It is a paradise for takeout food, take-away coffee, and perhaps incongruously, some of Vancouver's most languid lines of beachfront. English Bay and Sunset Beach invite swimmers, strollers, and picnic-lovers to take in dusk settling over the water, or to jog along
with the sunrise, offering breathtaking views at any time of day. The West End merges together so many looks and flavors probably because it functions a hub: its the leafy pit-stop between nightlife and entertainment venues along Davie Street, and the shopping paradise that is Robson Street, offering visitors beautiful parkland to rest on, and quick, easy food to re-fuel with in between ventures.