"Good location. Not a bad choice with low budget. "
In heart of downtown, walking distance to Stanley park. Warm staff. Room itself is ok for my budget but not great. You have to move your car every two hours if you want it to be free, which is not convenient.
Located in West End, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Roedde House Museum and Stanley Park. Vancouver Aquarium and …More
needed an early check in and staff very pleasant and helpful, Access to club and restaurant with out leaving hotel.
walking distance to transit, shopping, and restaurants which are varied and nearby with many choices.
This contemporary downtown Vancouver hotel with atrium pool is in the entertainment district, 1 block from BC Place and …More
"Nice hotel location downtown, but some drawbacks."
My room overlooked a fairly busy street in the area. Although windows looked fairly new, a lot of cool air and street noise from rowdy locals crept in. Given the location, the noise was to be somewhat expected. Nice hotel though, I hadn't had much experience with valet parking which was nice, but necessary with the location. Drawback from that, I had to retrieve my vehicle over a block away and down an alley (having to deal with local riff raff) when planning to get an early start to catch a ferry, valet staff don't start before 7 a.m.
My last night I was offered a change of room as I was rudely woken at 2 a.m. by a chirping smoke alarm that needed attention.
Traveller from Ottawa
4 blocks from the Gastown steam clock in downtown Vancouver, this hotel is 5 blocks from the convention center at Canada Place.More
We booked this hotel because it was close to the arena where we were attending a concert and because the reviews were good. The room was small but comfortable. There were a few odd things that I noticed such as the backward way the small closet opened up. It made it very awkward the use it. Also, the photo of the 'hummingbird" room is taken with the blinds closed for a reason. The room looks directly into what appears as residents who live in the building, who aren't super "clean". We kept the blinds closed the whole time! I don't wish to complain, but if you are used to the basic luxuries of a hotel, you wouldn't be happy here. For us, it was fine since we are not particularly picky and didn't plan on staying in our room much.
Traveller from Washington state
Located in Gastown, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, BC Place Stadium, and …More
Don't stay here and expect the top of the line everything, but this place is hard to beat for the money you pay. Rooms were great, bed was comfortable, location can't be beat if you want to be downtown.
Area (Davie Street) can be a bit noisy, and the windows don't do a great job at filtering it so if you're a light sleeper you may want to request a higher floor, or bring ear plugs.
Lots of good food and drink options around the hotel, both restaraunt and take out places. Also grocery stores nearby if you're looking to make use of the kitchen in the suites.
Traveller from Calgary, AB
Located amidst the shops, cafés, and nightclubs of Davie Street, this 24-story West End smoke-free hotel is 5 blocks from …More
Pocket Guide: Vancouver Waterfront Downtown Vancouver Hotels
Downtown Vancouver sits on a peninsula bordered by Burrard Inlet, English Bay, and False Creek. Attractions include GM Place, home of the Vancouver Canucks hockey team; BC Place football stadium, home of the BC Lions football team; and Canada Place, the city's waterfront convention center and cruise-ship terminal. Visitors also enjoy browsing eclectic shops on Gastown’s cobble-stone streets.