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This place was a real let-down, and not clean. Stains on the carpet and upholstery, wall very marked up, grout in sink cracked so mildew was growing in the bottom. We noticed a moldy smell right away that was part stuffy part old food so...More
Amazingly quiet, older hotel. We upgraded to the suite and it was beautifully updated. friendly attentive staff. Our package included parking and breakfast and the Uva bar happy hour was fantastic. And then there is the location! We walked everywhere - Canada place and art...More
Arrived at hotel, no credit card services were working, after 20 minutes and finally receiving the room keys, entered a room that smelt awful of fried food. After staying in for less than 5 minutes my clothing already stunk, so I went and asked for...More
Excellent friendly and central hotel .Great decor and lovely body lotion!Good breakfast set us up for the day’s travel.Easy to get to from City Skytrain station en route from the airport.The rooms have been recently renovated and are bright and modern.... great colour scheme.
Stayed at the Moda for a single night on a weekend. The hotel is in a good location for downtown Vancouver. On the corner of Seymour and Smithe. You can pull up to the hotel in a loading zone on Seymour. Note that Seymour and...More
Granville Street spans many, multiple city blocks and has become so fastidiously known for its nightclubs and watering holes that it's fondly nicknamed the city's 'Entertainment District.' Friday and Saturday nights are the most popular and lively, with young revelers taking to the streets in droves and keeping the party going until late. Granville Street, being mostly open to pedestrian-only traffic, has a healthy
social life along its main thoroughfares, even outside of its cafes and pubs, spilling onto the sidewalks. The locals are chatty, the shops at its expansive Pacific Centre Mall are trendy, and the whole area seems to be on a sugar rush: in a good way. Exuberance and camaraderie classify this neighbourhood.
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Yes the hotel Does have parking, its located in the building immediately after the hotel. The fee is 14.00 plus tax, which gives you until 6:00pm the following days with in and out privileges. Please see the... More
Yes the hotel Does have parking, its located in the building immediately after the hotel. The fee is 14.00 plus tax, which gives you until 6:00pm the following days with in and out privileges. Please see the front desk first to gain an access pass and register your vehicle.