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The Kingston Hotel is a heritage building, built in 1910 and family owned and operated. Centrally located in the heart of Downtown Vancouver, only half a block from the Robson Street shopping district. Vancouver City Centre Skytrain Station is 2 blocks from The Kingston. Other nearby...
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This Hotel is very close to the shopping centre and is in easy walking distance to Canada Place where the cruise ships arrive and depart. There is a restaurant on site if you don't want to go anywhere else to eat. Breakfast was included and...More
There were three of us in the room with two beds. Plenty of room. Decent size bathroom. Great location. We walked a lot from this centrally-located hotel. Staff is super nice. Immaculate. We ate at the grill next door, which was very good and reasonably...More
The room was small but quiet and conveniently located. It is perfect for a business traveler. The hotel is close to shopping, entertainment and dining options.
The complimentary breakfast was also very good.
Nice B&B in centrally located Vancouver. Our unit had it's own bathroom (this is a must for me). Great location, close to skytrain, hop on/off. Great pub/restaurant next door (part of the hotel), very deceptive from the outside, huge inside areas and an outdoor area...More
Wonderfully located in Downtown Vancouver. The history of this building is still very obvious and has been maintained to a very high standard with beautiful decoration with many original features still in place. Although some may find the shared bathrooms unusual this is part of...More
Vancouver's business district, the Downtown area is bustling with smartly-dressed folks balancing their lattes and briefcases to and from work. The area's plethora of contemporary commercial, residential, and corporate spaces has bred a landscape of nouveau restaurants, chain cafes, and upmarket shopping options. However, located right on the waterfront of Vancouver's energetic Harbour, Downtown is a also
popular public meeting spot, with a massive public library and convention center attracting a bevy of visitors both local and not, as well as a hotspot for the arts, being home to some of Vancouver's most cutting-edge galleries. With behemoth architecture and a professional air, Downtown means business.
The rooms I've stayed in both times I was there were the same. They are small rooms but ample for one person. There is the bed, desk and chair. There is a mirror and a sink in room. The shared bathrooms are just down the... More
The rooms I've stayed in both times I was there were the same. They are small rooms but ample for one person. There is the bed, desk and chair. There is a mirror and a sink in room. The shared bathrooms are just down the hall plus there are some on other floors. I never had a time I had to wait. I personally was never bothered by construction noise. It is an older hotel so no air conditioning but there is a fan and the window does open. It was fine for me and I was there in August. There are many little alcoves with comfy chairs around the place if you want to sit and read. Staff are extremely helpful. My room didn't have a tv. Not sure what the bigger rooms are like. It is so central to everything. The morning continental is adequate. Toast or bagel, juice, coffee, tea. Not sure what else. I hope this helps.