It is spendy but it was a nice place to stay. Close to shopping and every other attraction around. Everything was within 10 minutes and it was so easy to find. Phone calls are charged $1.00 each time you call out even if it doesn't go through. That was a shocker for us when we got the receipt at the end of our stay. They do tax everything! So parking was $15 a day, food turned out to be more then expected because of the taxes for both canada and British Columbia. Other then that, the rooms were clean and comfy.
Traveller from Oregon
Situated in the business district, this eco-friendly hotel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from British Columbia Institute of Technology …More
Furnishings are pretty basic as is level of cleanliness. If you prefer to make your own meals when you are on the road this place has a full kitchen, although the cooking utensils (pots, spatulas...) are limited and very basic. Room is clean, bed is comfortable, overall cleanliness (especially in the bathroom) could be better but is manageable. There is no housekeeping (3 day stay), which is quite workable - not sure what happens if the stay is longer than 1 week.
Traveller from Edmonton, AB
Situated near the boardwalk, this aparthotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Crystal Mall and Metropolis at Metrotown. Swangard …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.