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We just spent a week at the very centralized venue. The rooms have been remodeled
And the beds are as good,asrhenbeds in the Four Seasons.the concierge personnel really work hard to asure an excellent experience
I was greeted upon arrival with a smile from the bell staff and when I checked in, it was no different. Very friendly and helpful staff!
This property has two towers (North and South) and is huge, 700+ rooms but it never felt too busy...More
Very comfortable hotel in a convenient location in central Vancouver. Huge rooms with large bathrooms and good view the higher you are in one of the two towers with very obliging concierge. Would definitely go back.
I have always believed that the pulse of the hotel industry lies in its front desk staff as their demeanor inevitably heralds the service you will be receiving during your stay. Lisa T of the front desk just raised the bar. Special mention to Keiko...More
I stayed for two nights and the entirety of the stay was pleasantly unremarkable...in a good way. I was upgraded to a double king suite which was nice but also sadly a waste as I was traveling solo and the the suite is two rooms...More
Granville Street spans many, multiple city blocks and has become so fastidiously known for its nightclubs and watering holes that it's fondly nicknamed the city's 'Entertainment District.' Friday and Saturday nights are the most popular and lively, with young revelers taking to the streets in droves and keeping the party going until late. Granville Street, being mostly open to pedestrian-only traffic, has a healthy
social life along its main thoroughfares, even outside of its cafes and pubs, spilling onto the sidewalks. The locals are chatty, the shops at its expansive Pacific Centre Mall are trendy, and the whole area seems to be on a sugar rush: in a good way. Exuberance and camaraderie classify this neighbourhood.
Response from claudianl99 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, it's me again. Although I still stand by my earlier answer about taking the Canada Line, if you travel after rush hour (which you do if you arrive at 8pm), a cab would take you to the Wall Centre pretty fast too. You... More
Hi, it's me again. Although I still stand by my earlier answer about taking the Canada Line, if you travel after rush hour (which you do if you arrive at 8pm), a cab would take you to the Wall Centre pretty fast too. You could take one of those larger cabs that can transport 4 adults, so no need to take separate ones. If you share the cost, those would not be too bad either. Not as cheap as taking the skytrain, but more convenient and almost as fast, or maybe even faster provided you're not getting stuck in traffic.