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Stayed in a dorm room with 16 people. Only one light switch and no plugs in the room. Had to stay in a communal area charging phone/camera for the evening rather than exploring the area. Staff were very rude and unhelpful.
Feels like you are actually in jail.
Mad parties to rear of the hostel that looks like is mostly staff on or off duty.
Dorms are noisy with no sockets to charge your phone etc.
Kitchen is filthy as are the toilets.
Staff are not...More
The owners of this place are taking advantage of people. The place is in need of major investment. The rooms are very dated and dirty and are a complete lie of the pictures that you see online! The staff are beyond rude, they have no...More
The best thing about the place is its location really close to the beach where you can go and enjoy a great view on Vancouver and a stunning sunset. it's a bit far from shops though. Not convenient without a car. If the hostel could...More
Big old building with no elevator and lots of brick stairs, bit annoying with luggage. Dorms are huge around 18 beds is each separated by half walls between each 4 bunk beds, very loud and hard to sleep and it's such an old building sound...More
US$28 - US$63 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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West Point Grey
Also Known As
Hostelling International Vancouver Jericho Beach Hotel Vancouver
West Point Grey is one of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods, especially known for its easygoing and admired beachfronts. Locals crowd the Spanish Banks and Jericho Beach, especially in the summer, where a sprawling view of the English Bay awaits. The central village is an oasis of sovereign shops, many of them in local operation for years. The neighbourhood has a more personal feeling to it, and can be a wonderful
and much-needed break from the bustle of big-city life, being a little haven of peace and quiet with an almost village temperament in the heart of Vancouver.
Response from Hostelling_Canada | Property representative |
Hi Kernie! HI-Vancouver Jericho Beach is open to all travellers from May to mid-Septembers and caters exclusively to groups of 10 or more people the remainder of the year. For more information, please call 1.866.762.4122.
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"Since this is a hostel, the rooms tend to get quickly booked. Getting a bunk is easier."