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This hotel isn't "fancy" by any means, but it is clean, the rooms are a decent size, it is in a safe location and also really well situated in downtown Vancouver and walking distance (or short cab ride) to anywhere you'd want to go. There...More
We stayed there either side of our Alaska criuse. The first visit was a bit dissapointing.
The check in was ok and we were a bit early but they had a room available. The room was a bit small but ok for one night. The...More
1 Thank GS2013_13
Response from sandvan, General Manager at Sandman Hotel Vancouver City CentreResponded 20 October 2017
Thank you for reviewing us.
I am so pleased we had the opportunity to exceed your expectations on the second visit. We hope to welcome you back for a third visit in the near future.
Stayed here for one quick night after airline lost our luggage and had to wait for the next flight to bring them in.... we stayed in room 408 and it faces the main road. Durning the night you can hear cars come n go nonstop....More
This hotel obviously exists to service Rogers arena. The rooms are outrageously small and very poorly cleaned. After check in I made my way to my room which was literally sharing a wall with the elevator shaft. After asking for a quiet room away from...More
This hotel is in a prime location for all sports events shows and dining. check in was easy and quick. but very unfriendly.
Rooms are good size but all could use major updating..
Extremely noisey AC
parking is good but not free
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