Like the location next to great restaurants like Black and Blue and Coast. BIG ISSUE however is their bizarre closure of the escalator to the lobby ( two very steep four story rides) and their simultaneous closure of the elevator to the lobby after 11 pm. Literally they want you you to walk a four story shut down escalator as they shut down the elevators and escalators. Bizzare policy. Two people whom just arrived from Toronto ( seniors no less) after flying all night had to call someone, wait and someone finally let them up the elevator after the security guy below said 'that is our policy'. Strange happened twice now and twice when I stayedbhear the escalator was shut down as well as the elevators.
This downtown hotel on Burrard Inlet shares Canada Place with the Alaska cruise ship terminal and Vancouver Convention & …More
Very clean and modern. only complaint if you drive and need to park ...valet is steep 55 a day with no choice of parking yourself..they recommend a parking lot close by that is 17 a day but it really isn't.. you pay every time you re-enter so parking is not great. Otherwise great room service ...food was excellent. Good stay.
Traveller from Calgary, AB
Located in Coal Harbour, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Christ Church Cathedral and Canada Place. Stanley …More
We had a
very comfortable little suite just a short walk to Gastown to enjoy good restaurants, albeit through a seedy neighbourhood. M-m-m-m good coffee and bannok for breakfast. Other tasty goodies too.
Traveller from Sunshine Coast
Located in Gastown, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, BC Place …More
"Very nice hotel. Perfect for walking around downto"
The bed was super comfortable. The spa was great. The service was impeccable. The staff remembered my name for our entire stay. The restaurant was alright for one meal. The amount of great restaurants downtown is great so we ate elsewhere.
The only things I was disappointed with is that there is a hiddened valet fee (parking fee) of $39 on top of the room rate that Expedia or the hotel website does not mention. Also the hotel charges you $15 a day on top of the room rate for WiFi. With such a nice hotel I would expect these two items to be included with the room.
Traveller from Revelstoke, BC
Just 1 block from trendy Robson Street shops, this well-equipped 21-floor hotel is 2 blocks from the business district …More
Overall a great experience. It is within walking distance to the convention center. Restraunt is decent anf has a view of the Harbour. Rooms have a means of securing valuables with an in room safe. The staff is friendly and courteous and knowledgable of the area.
This downtown hotel overlooking Vancouver's Coal Harbour, Stanley Park, and the mountains is a 3-block stroll from the …More
Burnaby is a residential suburb of the cities of Vancouver and New Westminster. The city is home to Simon Fraser University and The British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Shoppers flock to Metrotown, BC’s largest retail and entertainment complex with over 470 shops and services. Recreation facilities include Central Park, Burnaby Lake, and Deer Lake.