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Ramada has tried to spruce up and old hotel, but it is still an old hotel with creaky, wooden floors under wrinkled carpets, slow elevators, small rooms facing other small rooms. Bathroom facilities OK. WiFi OK.
I live an hour away from Vancouver and booked a room at this hotel on a Thursday night in order to attend a conference early Friday morning. I was given a room directly above a night club. The music was loud and continued until about...More
I was a bit apprehensive regarding this hotel after some of the reviews however I need not have worried. The reception area is warm and welcoming and the staff very friendly. I was asked if I wanted a quiet room as they do have a...More
US$77 - US$314 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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