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I stayed here while visiting a relative in the hospital - it is within walking distance to there as well as restaurants shopping and public transit. The staff were extremely friendly and informative- the made to order breakfast excellent! The building itself is older but...More
This was a lovely little gem in Vancouver. Comfortable bed, cozy room, very clean and quiet. The breakfast was cooked to order, really good. Excellent location to walk to great restaurants. Would definitely stay again.
We stayed here on July 24th for a concert at Rogers Arena. We found the bed to be comfortable and the room was great with private bath. It was very quiet and we enjoyed the breakfast that was cooked for us by one of the...More
Nice wooden house, only 5 minutes from the Skytrain (uphill). We had a basement room overlooking grass and flowers on one side and old car on the other, but it was Ok. We slept well. The water pressure could be stronger so that you can...More
Well located; half a block from Cambie, a major road, but no noise problem. Short walk to subway station so very convenient for trips to downtown, the airport and the bus transfer stop to Tsawwassen ferry. One block from good, indoor mall with grocery store...More
Residential neighbourhood to the ultra-wealthy, the gorgeous manor houses centred around The Crescent area are a fabled sight to behold. Shaughnessy is Vancouver's most verdant plotted neighbourhood, and its tree-lined streets, walking routes, bike trails, and charming public parks make for an ideal location to spend and afternoon communing with nature. Consequently, it is also the botanical centre of the
city, featuring conservatories and an expansive Botanical Garden, taming and sculpting the wild into seasonal viewing areas and enchanting landscapes. Quiet, elegant Shaughnessy excels at providing the Three Gs: Gardens, Golfing, and Galleries.