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Our room had a comfortable, king-sized bed, TV, chairs, and desk in the bedroom. There was a second TV, desk, and couch (probably pull-out) in the sitting/kitchen area. The kitchen area had a stove-top, sink, coffee-maker, dishes, silverware, cookware, etc. The bedroom had a door...More
We come to Vancouver often. Rosedale is in a great location, just between Robson st and Yaletown, and the sports centers. The staff here is amazing. We arrived early from a cruise and they got us a room before 9am. The price is very reasonable....More
Pros: clean room, friendly staff, good location. Cons: dated decor, wifi didn't work, elevator very slow, small issues with room. Bottom line: only consider this hotel if you need to stay downtown and are on a tight budget.
We stayed at the Rosedale on Robson...More
Stayed here three nights. Wonderful location. Robson is a fun street. Only a few blocks from Yaletown with its restaurants and bars. Some great happy hours there. A couple blocks past Yaletown you can catch the False Creek ferry to Granville Island. You could stay...More
The hotel is well located in downtown Vancouver and has underground parking, albeit chargeable at 25 dollars per night. The air con the rooms is very noisy and plumbing noises can be heard throughout the night. Continental breakfast is included but the choice was fairly...More
Yaletown has risen from the ashes of its rough-and-tumble industrial past into one of Vancouver's new chicest neighbourhoods. The place responsible for originating of the phrase 'skid row' might not call to mind independently-owned boutiques and terraced cafes, but having swallowed the waterfront lines of False Creek North, the resulting amalgamation transformed the area into an elegant,
stylish hotspot with a view. Its youthful vibe owes to the many young families and young professionals who live there, bolstering nightlife and restaurant variety along its cobbled streets. It is the flagship neighbourhood for modern revitalization, and the It-Spot for boutique hotels and modish eats.