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Well ... it had a bed. And a TV that worked. And a shower. VERY basic. I didn't find any bedbugs (and I really looked!). No shampoo, hair dryer but they did have soap. And ... a real bonus ... it had a bottle opener...More
BED BUGS. That is all. Don't go anywhere near this place. So gross. It was smelly and felt unclean but for some reason we stayed the night. My partner woke up with bites all over his head neck and torso and soon broke out in...More
The hotel has a good price for budget travellers wanting to stay pretty close to Vancouver Centre, but other then that there's no reason to stay there.
Personel ( desk and cleaners) were very friendly, but the room lacked any comfort. No refrigerator, no microwave,...More
Don't go!! My husband had bed bug bites all over him. I wish we had checked these reviews before staying. We were given a refund in the morning but have spent so much time cleaning our stuff to ensure we don't bring bugs home. It...More
I stayed in many places over the years and we needed a bed basically for what turned out to be a very short stay but this place has to one of the most basic places and I'm amazed the motel was full. They say you...More
US$48 - US$77 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.