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Upon arrival we were greeted in a friendly and professional manner and the lobby looked nice - it’s just been done up apparently. Also there is free, decent WiFi throughout the hotel and the TVs are quite new...More
This hotel had to be amongst the most grim I have ever stayed at. It was part of our package on a cruise, we most certainly wouldn’t have booked this on our own will.
Reception staff were welcoming and reception has been returned nicely. The...More
My friends and I booked a room for 6 people and when we arrived there was only room for 5. My email stated 2 double beds and one double sofa bed.
They wouldn’t give us a room to fit 6 and ended up paying $600+...More
Walking through the door into the lobby i was convinced i had been brought to the wrong hotel. I would never book a hotel like this for myself. They are supposed to be renovating but I could see no evidence of that. The bedroom and...More
A hodgepodge of landscapes, the West End combines verdant gardens and blocky modern architecture, with Victorian bits and Edwardian bobs in between. It is a paradise for takeout food, take-away coffee, and perhaps incongruously, some of Vancouver's most languid lines of beachfront. English Bay and Sunset Beach invite swimmers, strollers, and picnic-lovers to take in dusk settling over the water, or to jog along
with the sunrise, offering breathtaking views at any time of day. The West End merges together so many looks and flavors probably because it functions a hub: its the leafy pit-stop between nightlife and entertainment venues along Davie Street, and the shopping paradise that is Robson Street, offering visitors beautiful parkland to rest on, and quick, easy food to re-fuel with in between ventures.