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St Claire is not a hotel but a dump place. Toilet is smelly. Bathroom is slimy, creaked floor, noisy bed, bed bugs, unfriendly staff, hot room no fan, opened window, noisy. It should be taken off the market.
This place is ok. The staff are nice. But the main problem is that it doesn't have a kitchen. If you are travelling alone, go to samesun where you will probably meet more people whilst cooking/doing the hostel activities or chilling in the common room....More
The place could be really nice and needs a lot of tlc..
The room needed a good clean, as did the showers and toilets which also had terrible lighting. We had a double room and the bed was awful, creaked and moved up and down...More
This is not even close to a bed and breakfast but a hostel providing only basic dorm beds and shared bathrooms even if you book a private room. Do not expect much of privacy either as doors come with top ventilation grilles as there is...More
After 28 hours constantly travelling, our first impressions were minimal and thoughtless, although a historic building, being it the first concrete building in Vancouver. We walked up the stairs and it hit us in the face like a saucepan. The place looked dark, melancholy and...More
US$31 - US$98 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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