We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
I called in to inquire about a room. The night guy at 12:30am on April 19th was so rude to me right away. When he told me they are sold out I went to go ask another question (and I was polite), he hung up...More
I stayed here in March of 2018. I'd say this this place is a total dump except the price matches the quality. The location is in town but there isn't really anything walking distance near where you can buy groceries or eat. If you are...More
Don't expect the Ritz and you'll be happy. Great beds offer really comfy sleep. Bathroom with shower/tub combo is clean but the towels are flimsy (a reason I don't give it a 3-rating) - use your own if you're on a road trip.
The good points...
It was easy to find. Friendly check in. Attractive from the outside.
Was not that expensive.
The sad points
The room was decorated like the room in the Bates Motel, same era decorations
Hair in bathroom sink
Hair on Pillow
This is the second time that we've stayed here and we will again. We live in Seattle and we go to Vancouver every year or so to sight see. This hotel is located very close to many important tourist attractions such as Stanley Park, The...More
Developed alongside the Vancouver Olympic Village for the 2010 Winter Games, a past fraught with hardship has recently been overcome, and builders are changing the landscape on the ground of Southeast False Creek at a rapid pace. With waterfront dining, ultra-modern facilities, sports stadiums, and a load of greenery, parks, and rest spots built into the ever-changing infrastructure, it's a fast-paced and mutable spot to
see Vancouver taking shape and making history. It is especially popular for the casual sportsman, as the Seawall on the water makes for one of the most scenic locations for cycling or roller-blading, jogging or strolling.