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Do you like bad rest? Because this is how you get bad rest. Broken glass, shady people, terrible atmosphere, and rooms are not maintained well. I don't trust the water. No other amenities. Some hallways can be excellent for a scene of a murder with...More
When we arrived the smell from the washrooms was inthe air!!! The washroom are terrible as well. We ended up cancelling our stay there. Whe were a group of 12 people. The bedrooms had bed bugs!!!! We took a video and shower to admin. When...More
the room was clean
personnal people attentive
but breakfast not much choice toast , choice of muffins, hard eggs and pancake, coffee'
tea and juice
it is 45 minutes from Vancouver a little far but good place to stay, good price
heated pool and jaccuzi...More
We pulled up out front, no parking so we went up to roof top parking, broken glass, sketchy characters..def. not leaving my car up their!Dead rat on side walk out front of where there restaurant used to be...hmmm not impressed so far. Check in..place smells...More
This property is no longer in business and I can see why. No free breakfast offered because they were shutting down operations the next day even though I paid for it and was part of the reason I had booked there when I had the...More
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Little India has changed in recent years. While some view it as a declining neighbourhood due to emigration and competition, it is still the original site of the Punjabi Market, and an epicentre for Indo-Canadian culture. The many textile outlets along these blocks boast endless swaths of colourful sari fabric, while the local markets and food stalls waft the savory scent of sugar and spice. Indian fast-pop breaks the
quiet of the neighbourhood, as it drifts out from the windows of shops and homes, and glitzy storefronts offer bangles, jewels, and silk at reasonable prices. Join the bargain hunt and step into a world apart in Little India, which becomes especially upbeat during the summer, when celebrations and festivities take hold of its streets.
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Shirley, please change your reservation to a different hotel, this one is the worst of any hotel I have ever stayed at. Vancouver is a beautiful city and this Super 8 is ugly, dirty, and disgusting. Please spend a little... More
Shirley, please change your reservation to a different hotel, this one is the worst of any hotel I have ever stayed at. Vancouver is a beautiful city and this Super 8 is ugly, dirty, and disgusting. Please spend a little more for a reasonable room so that you can truly enjoy your visit to Vancouver.