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Me and my boyfriend stayed in the Cambie hostel for one night. We had asked for a room in the sister hostel and a friendly receptionist sent us to Cambie Seymour. We chatted a bit with the friendly girl at the front desk. When we...More
First I say if you want 4 star service book a 4 star hotel. I stay in Hostels 'cause they're cheap; Some more so than others and not in a good way. This one is an independent no membership required. Stay can be as long...More
The room was smelling pee and it was very dirty and hot. There is a bar just under the Hostel and the room are veeeery noisy. It was like being in a disco smeeling pee all the night. Horrible. The music was very loud. The...More
Shame about this place as its in a good location and the staff are friendly and helpful. It could be easily smartened up a bit - but the rooms are old and scruffy - filthy windows and old greyish sheets and blankets. There are communal...More
The Cambie Seymour is a hostel that is located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, walkable to almost everything including gastown, Stanley Park, the Harbour attractions, Robson St., etc. It is a good value for the cost (about $50/night for a private), and the staff...More
US$33 - US$77 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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