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We did enjoy the facilities and location of the hotel during our recent 4 night stay but found the hotel too hot. It was only a maximum of 20C outside, but much warmer inside. We did keep the windows open to try and cool the...More
Times Square is located close to Stanley Park, so a bit away from the downtown core. It's location makes it a little noisy. Starbucks and Safeway are right there, along with many good restaurants, all a couple of minutes walk away. The hotel is clean...More
We just had a lovely stay. It was only one night but I wish it was longer. The owners are extremely friendly and hard working. The suite fit our needs perfectly. WiFi and laundry and stocked kitchen. Location is amazing.
Our 5 day stay was really good. Location was ideal, staff helpful, room and amenities very nice and clean. Lots of restaurants close by and great roof-top patio with new BBQs for guest to use.
We'll be back.
We stayed for three nights in May 2014. The manager waited up for our late arrival at 130am.
Very spacious and comfortable. Terrific location near the water and amongst dozens of restaurants
Highly recommended for travellers wanting to spread out more than a normal hotel...More
Robson Street is a shopper's paradise. Whether a window shopper or a serious trendsetter, a fashionista or a dabbler, the crowd of independent boutiques, quirky one-off shops, and well-known luxury brands on Robson Street have something to cater for every itch in your wallet. As a result, it draws a diverse crowd, and the people-watching along this famous walking thoroughfare is a primary attraction. In between the
clothing shops both high-street and budget-friendly are a number of cafes to lay down your load, as well as numerous specialty stores ranging in their wares from music, to art, to city souvenirs. Known as "Vancouver's Runway," if a new trend is on the rise, you'd spot it here first.
Response from Vanessa099 | Reviewed this property |
We had a one bedroom apartment which had a washing machine and a dryer. There is a supermarket across the road to buy washing powder or you can buy saschets for $1 from reception. We loved Times Square and the neighbourhood