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Hotels near The Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver

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Best hotels near The Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver

4.1/5112 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good112 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|0.14km from The Commodore Ballroom
I stayed here for two nights recently for my trip to Vancouver. This was a last-minute booking and my first time here. I chose this hotel over the other I had previously stayed in just for the location. The location is a roughly 5-10min walk to Granville street Skytrain. The location also offers a lot of restaurants nearby and 7-11 and McDonald's which are 24hr if you are hungry in the middle of the night. When I arrived it was just at 11 am and they had my room ready and let me check in early which was nice. The room itself was really small but okay just for one person. The only things I didn't like were the pillows heart my neck being so big and the small shower with a rain head, very inconvenient when you don't want to get your hair wet.....right ladies!!! For sleep quality it was okay, my room faced the Staples right on Seymour it was quite a noisy street to be on so just beware. To note I had only booked for the night but ended up having to stay another the hotel offered me a better rate than what I had originally booked on Expedia for roughly $10 or something less and then also offered me a late check-out.
4.6/5110 Reviews
4.6/5Outstanding110 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|0.22km from The Commodore Ballroom
This time at Ctrip.com, this hotel first encountered the problem of Ctrip's promotion of Chinese services and found that there was no Chinese service at all. After communicating with Ctrip, it helped to provide a temporary solution. I did not expect that there was another unpleasant episode during the check-out at the hotel. After the check-in, the front desk did not take the initiative to give me an accommodation bill. To be honest, I did n’t remember to ask, or another guest found that his bill was wrong. It was there that I remembered that I should also take a look at my bill. As a result, there was an error in printing, and I charged 44.47 more for parking. I felt wrong even though my English was not good. They immediately took back the bill and tore it off. They recalculated and printed it out, and then came back. They only returned me 35 yuan and asked why it was not returned in full. Then the front desk tore the bill back again. Then recalculate and print it out correctly. I was very unhappy with their inattentive service. The end result was that they wrote this small note to me, and apologized and explained it. To be honest, I apologize for their apology. I really regret it. I booked this hotel on Ctrip. Ctrip introduced that there is Chinese service. In fact, they did not provide any Chinese service at all. The latter mistake led me to this so-called five-star Wedgewood leisure hotel with ancient European tradition Wedgewood Hotel feels very bad, this is the only regret in my Canadian trip [naughty]
3.8/5106 Reviews
3.8/5106 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|0.24km from The Commodore Ballroom
This hotel is very well located — 3 minutes walk to the metro station that takes you straight to the airport, cross street from bus stops, walking distance to the water front Canada Place, and half a block to Starbucks, a nice grocery store with lots of food choices, and many restaurants. The front desk girl is very nice, and gave me an early check in when I arrived in the morning, which was super helpful. The room is small, but sufficient. This is the best deal in town. The only area for improvement is that I wish the faucet in the room is not the type that you need one hand to hold to keep it open, which makes it very difficult to even wash hands and face and brush teeth in the room, and there is only one bathroom and shower on each floor with quite a few guests.
3.7/541 Reviews
3.7/541 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|0.25km from The Commodore Ballroom
Located in downtown Vancouver, but the biggest problem in downtown Canada is that there are too many homeless people! !! !! This hotel is very close to the shopping center and Gas Town, a few minutes walk, but every corner of the way is smell of homeless and cannabis, especially every store closes at 7 o'clock in winter time, scary thief in the evening ... Children don't want to live in the city center, live in the Richmond Chinese area and the rich area near the Lions Gate Bridge. The hotel is ok, the double room is not large, the bed is Queensize so it is not enough for 2 people in a bed
4.3/5117 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent117 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|0.25km from The Commodore Ballroom
Positioned in middle of downtown, walking distance to City Center and Yaletown Stations. Small hotel and the 03 room is the smallest room and facing the apartment next door directly. Need to close the curtain all day! The pub and restaurant is wonderful, staff are very nice and helpful.
4.7/5100 Reviews
4.7/5Outstanding100 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|0.28km from The Commodore Ballroom
Small boutique hotel with few rooms. The hotel location is good and quiet. Hotel service is good, chocolate and water will be delivered at night. The toiletries are a sample of L'Occitane and the replenishment is timely. The only downside is that breakfast is the same every day, but the waiters are very kind. Especially a staff member named Dom who was very good to us!
4.6/566 Reviews
4.6/5Outstanding66 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|0.28km from The Commodore Ballroom
This hotel could be so much better, especially for the price. On the positive side, the staff, including the concierge, Lisa, and the whole crew on the G floor are outstanding - the most friendly and helpful people. My suite was comfortable and quiet. The king size bed was firm. The air conditioner works well. The bathroom is big. The hotel location is good, near museums and Yaletown, with restaurants and boutiques nearby. The gym and the pool area are also good and, not many hotels in the city have an outdoor pool. The negatives are the extreme neglect regarding renovation and cleaning. For example, with COVID still an issue, after I checked in and stayed the first night in the hotel, I found an empty bottle of water behind the sofa and an used and dirty shirt near the bed. I did not noticed it immediately, because I arrived at 2 am and went straight to bed. To get my room cleaned daily was an ordeal. The hotel apologizes for being understaffed, but the prices were high, around CAD $5.500 for a week’s stay. If you cannot deliver the service, you should not be charging for it, The carpets and the curtains look old, dirty and shabby in the room and common areas. But by far the worse things about the Hilton Vancouver are the elevators. It is not unusual to wait 15 minutes, I am not exaggerating, to go from your floor to the lobby. I understand there is a shortage of workers in Vancouver, but some of the disappointing features of the Hilton could, in my opinion, be addressed by management that cares and is committed to providing guests with what they deserve based on their rates.
4.4/541 Reviews
4.4/5Excellent41 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|0.31km from The Commodore Ballroom
We were hugely impressed with the staff and facilities at Level Yaletown-Seymour, as well as the location. The staff were super friendly, welcoming and very helpful. Our suite was spacious, well equipped and beautifully clean. It was exactly as shown on their website, with extra touches, for example, laundry powder for the washing machine! This accommodation was perfect for our week long stay. It's situated in a lovely, safe area, with many sightseeing places and activities within walking distance, as well as a grocery store and dining venues. Public transport was within easy reach - a 600m, 8 minute walk to the SkyTrain/metro station. Highly recommend this accommodation in Vancouver.
4.5/5113 Reviews
4.5/5Excellent113 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|0.33km from The Commodore Ballroom
This hotel is SUPERB in every way. Their location is within walking distance to one of the train stops (we didn't use, but its 5 minutes away), a short 10 minute walk to the cruise terminals/seawall. We stayed 2 days prior to an Alaskan cruise and everything was amazing. The level of service was genuine and fantastic. So often these days you can feel like someone is ”going through the motions”. That is not at all the case here. The front desk greeted us warmly upon our arrival, and was so personable. The hotel is beautiful! A historical building restored beautifully both inside and out. The lobby area is amazing with dark beautiful woods. We were upgraded from a standard room to one of the largest standard rooms, overlooking the museum directly across the street. Upgrades are amazing, but just know they aren't always possible! Food - We at breakfast both mornings in the lobby lounge. Which saying sounds odd... but it is such a cozy spot. Food and service, again were fantastic. Room Service was also delicious! Concierge was so genuinely interested in ensuring we enjoyed out time in Vancouver! I look forward to a return trip where we will likely include some time back at the Hotel Georgia and some time in Whistler as well. Thanks to all at the Hotel Georgia for making our two days such an incredible experience!
4.3/5112 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent112 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|0.34km from The Commodore Ballroom
We really enjoyed our stay there and to our surprise, got a wonderful service on all fronts : right from delivery of our suitcases to the room, water bottles and almost everything. The rooms are spacious. The staff is courteous and tries its level best. It will be really good if the security deposit policy is improvised and staff properly trained on that. For every extension in the stay, the security deposit is charged afresh and it takes around 15-20 days to get the refund. For my stay ending 17Th July 2022, I am not sure whether I have received the refund. Would like the management to restructure the security deposit policy to a more customer friendly and transparent one. Similarly, the loyality rewards system needs improvement. Despite repeatedly telling the team, I could not get the reward points for my stay.
4.5/573 Reviews
4.5/5Excellent73 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|0.34km from The Commodore Ballroom
A stay at Embarc Vancouver places you in the heart of Vancouver, within a 5-minute drive of Vancouver Waterfront and Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal. This upscale aparthotel is 0.9 mi (1.4 km) from Vancouver Convention Centre and 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Canada Place.Dip into one of the 2 spa tubs or enjoy other recreational amenities including a sauna and a fitness center. Additional amenities at this aparthotel include complimentary wireless internet access and concierge services.Grab a bite to eat at Cafe One, a restaurant which features a bar/lounge, or stay in and take advantage of the room service (during limited hours).Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Planning an event in Vancouver? This aparthotel has facilities measuring 49998 square feet (4645 square meters), including a conference center. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 29 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchenettes with refrigerators and microwaves. Digital television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include safes and coffee/tea makers, as well as phones with free local calls.
4.3/5110 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent110 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|0.35km from The Commodore Ballroom
We loved this hotel. It was clean, the staff was friendly and very helpful. It is well located and walking distance to everything. There was an error from our third party booking agent, and the front staff looked into it, and called me up immediately to tell me it was rectified. Thank you.

Reviews of Hotels near The Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver

Carmana Hotel & Suites
4.5/548 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.84km from city center
Very good, the hotel is in a good location, right in the city center, the suite rooms are spacious and comfortable, with kitchen utensils to cook dishes, Cantonese restaurant in the downstairs, opposite the big supermarket, family travel is also suitable.
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Azur Legacy Collection Hotel
4.6/5104 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.73km from city center
The moment I walked into the lobby and was greeted by the staff, I knew it was going to be an incredible trip. To start, the location is amazing. Walking distance to so many restaurants, coffee shops, and stores. What made the trip extra special was the head concierge, Alexsander. It was my first time in Canada and he told me so much about the history of some buildings and recommended all the places to go. He even took the extra step to walk my friend and me to Palate Kitchen around the corner to make sure we didn’t get lost and introduced us to the hostess. It was such an incredible level of customer service that I haven’t ever experienced , even when staying at other 5 star hotels. All the recommendations of sites to see made our trip absolutely perfect . The overnight front desk agent even offered me water and offered to call a cab when my Uber cancelled for my 5am flight. The other employee working that shift even carried my luggages to the car in the rain and waited with me outside until they were there. The room was spotless and so beautiful. Housekeeping did an amazing job. We were also given a handwritten card with Rosé upon arrival as well as breakfast vouchers and early check in. Thank you so much to the staff for making my vacation so magical. I can’t wait to refer my friends vacationing to stay at this hotel. What a special experience! Also, the breakfast and restaurant staff was phenomenal !
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From$328
EXchange Hotel Vancouver
4.8/541 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.71km from city center
The room is very comfortable, and the Chinese grandfather at the front desk named Sandy is very nice.
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From$290
Hotel at the Waldorf
3.4/5109 Reviews
Downtown Eastside
Vancouver
|3.65km from city center
We were in town to attend a family birthday which did not include dinner so I chose this hotel because i wanted to go to the iconic Tiki Bar. Upon checking in we were pleasantly surprised at the cleanliness of the room with mostly original decor still being used that gave it the iconic vibe. When we decided it was time to eat we found out from the desk girl that all the eating establishments at the hotel were closed for renovation. This should have been divulged at the time I booked; it is important information as there is no places close by to eat & the price of the room was not discounted to reflect the lack of facilities. We were also concerned about the safety of our vehicle but everything was fine & we were surprised how quiet it’s was (we were facing the rear parking area). The bed was comfy & we slept well.
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From$125
Opus Hotel Vancouver
4.6/5101 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|1.61km from city center
The airport is on the Canadian line, under the town of Yale, and the subway is just across the road. At the door of the hotel, a few minutes to the right, there is a locomotive showroom where the staff warmly introduces Vancouver's tourist attractions. After going through this showroom, walk a few more minutes and get to the beach. This is the water bus, and you can get more than four Canadian dollars to Granville Island. Stroll around the island, walk to the Vancouver Maritime Museum, then walk to the town, take bus number 7, get off at Gastown, walk from Gastown to Canada Square, watch Leap Canada, great, take the Canada Plaza, sit The Canadian line returned to the hotel in two stops. There is no need to talk about the hotel room, comfortable, clean, very comfortable to bathe, breakfast is a set meal, delicious. good service. The hotel staff is warm and courteous.
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From$363
Best Western Plus Vancouver Airport Hotel
3.6/549 Reviews
Vancouver
|6.39km from city center
I chose to stay here because of the airport shuttle and the accessibility to public transportation. Given the price I had to pay, I’d have given a better a rating IF: (1) airport shuttle is more punctual (2) the TV in the room works better (clearer, guests ‘can’ use it simply by following menu, has choices of movie/ netflix connection) (3) the sink in the toilet has more efficient water draining (4) the air conditioner has digital control and is quieter (5) The lift works smarter.. What I like: (1) The complimentary coffee machine in common area (2) The staff are nice
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From$159
The Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver
4.3/5110 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.53km from city center
We loved this hotel. It was clean, the staff was friendly and very helpful. It is well located and walking distance to everything. There was an error from our third party booking agent, and the front staff looked into it, and called me up immediately to tell me it was rectified. Thank you.
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From$268
The Sylvia Hotel
4.4/5107 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|3.69km from city center
Breakfast is superb, not taste, is the location of the restaurant, directly to the sea, the taste is Western food order, very good, with a tip of less than one hundred people, feels cheaper than other hotels to buy meals. In addition, this hotel has no relationship with Zhang Aijia. The hotel is the English name of the daughter of the architect more than 100 years ago. Today, Zhang Aijia’s English name is the same as the hotel name. It can be said to be a misleading hotel reservation. However, this hotel is considered to be a famous hotel. The local foreigner also knows it, probably because one of the few hotels on the edge of English Beach, except for the old elevator, it is quite good. The bed was quite big and the room was quite big. There is a parking lot, there may be a charge, I don’t know if I have not paid the bill.
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Delta Hotels by Marriott Vancouver Downtown Suites
4.4/5137 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.55km from city center
The hotel is located in the old city center, relatively old, and there are many homeless people nearby at night. The hotel room is relatively large, it is a small suite. The breakfast is basically Western-style, not self-service, you need to order, English is difficult to order, and the service staff will ask for tips. Check-in is only possible at three or four in the afternoon.
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From$288
Rosellen Suites at Stanley Park
4.2/5101 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|3.96km from city center
The location is superb, just beside Stanley Park, and it takes less than 5 minutes to walk left and walk. There are running lanes and bicycle lanes in the park, and each lane does not interfere with each other and is very safe. Walk along the park to the Rose Garden and Aquarium, or walk to Second Beach. Two blocks from the hotel to the right is Den*** street, there is a fruit shop at two intersections to the right, at the intersection, his family's apples and oranges are delicious and cheap, until 9 o'clock in the evening. There is a big living supermarket across the road. Everything is there. Compared to several supermarkets, his family's things are the cheapest and the cherries are super delicious. Bus 5 is on this street and you can sit directly in the city centre or at Burrard Sky Station. The hotel itself has no special features. There is no courtyard. It is a four-story apartment. It is a suite. The two-room single-bath Basic Suite was originally booked. Two rooms were required at the time of booking. At the time, it was there. After arriving at the hotel, It was told that only the high-price double-room type was available. After flying for more than ten hours, I was too lazy to fight again. I added 50 knives every night to make an upgrade. The hotel does not provide slippers, dental equipment, etc. The kitchen equipment is very complete. There are ovens, microwave ovens, and cooking. It can provide larger knives and cutting boards. Of course, it is incomparable with domestic ones. It can be used together, and can also provide rice cookers. And the conversion plug, but only a single request. The overall price/performance ratio is OK, suitable for family outings.
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2400 Motel
2.5/5104 Reviews
Vancouver
|4.77km from city center
To set the context I am a seasoned hotel/motel traveler, having over 900 nights stays in the last 10 years alone. This is the 1st time I will be writing a terrible review for a business. I was excited to find this place as I was travelling with my 2 dogs and liked the cottage style accommodations and green space. I was personally excited by the history of this establishment and all of the TV shows and Movies filmed there over the years. I pulled into the parking lot to check in at 2pm and was informed by the front desk person that check in was at 4pm and there was NO way my room would be ready until 4pm. I did note that I thought 4pm was a bit of a late check in time, and the clerk told that ”it is common place for most hotels and motels to have a check in at 4pm”, I quickly noted that in over 900 hotel stays this was the first place that had that late a check in. I asked him if there was nay chance that the room might be ready before 4pm, noting that i had 2 dogs that were tired from there travels in the car, the response was quick and emphatic NO! Telling me again that check in is at 4pm, like I had not heard that the first time. I stayed very calm and said well if the room is ready before the 4pm check in time here is my cell # and if you could kindly give me a call. I then set off for some lunch and a long walk with the dogs (both senior dogs 16 &14). I returned at 3:45pm and found a new person at the front check and asked if my room was ready? The answer ”sorry it has not been cleaned yet”, ”okay can you tell me the room number so I can at least park and prepare to unload?” he did tell me the number and i found the room. As check in was now only 15 minuets away we could wait out those 15 mins. At 3;50pm i watched a very under motivated cleaning person arrive and slowly proceed to clean the room. I had a 5:30pm appointment in Port Moody with my daughter and her husband and their dog so i was i a bit of a hurry. I went back the the hotel lobby at 4:10 pm and said BTW it's now 4:10 can i have my keys? The reply was ”well we haven't finished cleaning the room yet” , I returned with ”i thought check in was 4pm and it's now 10 after 4”. Okay I was still very calm and though no need to get excited or angry at this person because he clearly DOES NOT CARE. So we waited and I returned at 4:30 as time was getting tight for my plans. ”Is my room ready now?” , ”oh there seems to be a problem with the sink” - ”ok when will the sink be fixed? ” ” I don't know but I have called maintenance' , ”ok when will maintenance arrive”, ”I really don't know” not the answers I was looking for, ”ok do you have another room?” answer ”No” - ”okay when to you expect that I can get into my room ?” I thought a fair question - answer ” I don't know” - now just silence hung in the air - I spoke next and said well i think i will need to cancel my room and get a refund. ”that's up to you” said the front desk person. I then canceled asked a refund which was credited back in my c
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From$167
Rosewood Hotel Georgia
4.5/5113 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.5km from city center
This hotel is SUPERB in every way. Their location is within walking distance to one of the train stops (we didn't use, but its 5 minutes away), a short 10 minute walk to the cruise terminals/seawall. We stayed 2 days prior to an Alaskan cruise and everything was amazing. The level of service was genuine and fantastic. So often these days you can feel like someone is ”going through the motions”. That is not at all the case here. The front desk greeted us warmly upon our arrival, and was so personable. The hotel is beautiful! A historical building restored beautifully both inside and out. The lobby area is amazing with dark beautiful woods. We were upgraded from a standard room to one of the largest standard rooms, overlooking the museum directly across the street. Upgrades are amazing, but just know they aren't always possible! Food - We at breakfast both mornings in the lobby lounge. Which saying sounds odd... but it is such a cozy spot. Food and service, again were fantastic. Room Service was also delicious! Concierge was so genuinely interested in ensuring we enjoyed out time in Vancouver! I look forward to a return trip where we will likely include some time back at the Hotel Georgia and some time in Whistler as well. Thanks to all at the Hotel Georgia for making our two days such an incredible experience!
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Hilton Vancouver Downtown, BC, Canada
4.6/566 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.07km from city center
This hotel could be so much better, especially for the price. On the positive side, the staff, including the concierge, Lisa, and the whole crew on the G floor are outstanding - the most friendly and helpful people. My suite was comfortable and quiet. The king size bed was firm. The air conditioner works well. The bathroom is big. The hotel location is good, near museums and Yaletown, with restaurants and boutiques nearby. The gym and the pool area are also good and, not many hotels in the city have an outdoor pool. The negatives are the extreme neglect regarding renovation and cleaning. For example, with COVID still an issue, after I checked in and stayed the first night in the hotel, I found an empty bottle of water behind the sofa and an used and dirty shirt near the bed. I did not noticed it immediately, because I arrived at 2 am and went straight to bed. To get my room cleaned daily was an ordeal. The hotel apologizes for being understaffed, but the prices were high, around CAD $5.500 for a week’s stay. If you cannot deliver the service, you should not be charging for it, The carpets and the curtains look old, dirty and shabby in the room and common areas. But by far the worse things about the Hilton Vancouver are the elevators. It is not unusual to wait 15 minutes, I am not exaggerating, to go from your floor to the lobby. I understand there is a shortage of workers in Vancouver, but some of the disappointing features of the Hilton could, in my opinion, be addressed by management that cares and is committed to providing guests with what they deserve based on their rates.
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From$327
Victorian Hotel
4.3/5102 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.36km from city center
A nice hotel on the edge of the good and bad sections of town. We felt safe if we came in at a decent time. Security seems to come out in the evening. It is very centrally located to skyway, pier, Gastown and Canada place. Many restaurants close by. Very clean and updated.
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The Douglas, Autograph Collection
4.5/578 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|1.61km from city center
There is no restaurant, breakfast can only be eaten in the room, parking is expensive and you have to pay for it yourself.
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From$334
Loden Vancouver
4.8/5103 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|3km from city center
The location of the hotel is very core, next to the trump building. The hotel service is very good, with luggage, the front desk is very warm, and also introduced us to Vancouver's play places and food. After communicating with the front desk, I also changed the room with a bathtub. The overall evaluation was very good. The room was very clean. The only thing that is not very good is that the hotel can only be valet parking, 45 knives after tax, others are good.
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From$473
YWCA Hotel Vancouver
4.3/5122 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|1.92km from city center
This was perfectly adequate for my one night stay prior to a cruise. The location is easily accessible from the train from the airport and less than a mile from the cruise terminal. It is no frills but clean. I had a shared bathroom which was a concern but it was fine. You share the bathroom with another room and you will hear them in there but, again, it was one night. There was a sink in the room which was good as you didn't need the bathroom for basic teeth brushing, etc. If I was doing an overnight in Vancouver again, I'd go back.
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Cassandra Hotel
2.9/577 Reviews
Vancouver
|6.08km from city center
The hotel did not provide breakfast. There is a safeway nearby. It is open until 11 pm. It takes 15 minutes to walk from the subway station. There is an underground car park. There is also a bus to the city.
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From$170
Cozy Bedrooms Guest House
4.1/514 Reviews
Vancouver
|3.17km from city center
The proprietress was super nice. Seeing me bring my children over, I temporarily upgraded to a separate bathroom room. Very close to Elizabeth Park, there are shopping malls and supermarkets within a 10-minute walk
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From$170
Residence Inn by Marriott Vancouver Downtown
4.5/5128 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.13km from city center
The room was very nice and comfortable, but the breakfast was very simple and tasted ordinary. The environment and dining experience were ordinary. Not recommended anymore.
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From$272
Tropicana Suite Hotel
3.4/5102 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|3.15km from city center
Stayed here for a week in December while working downtown. It was a mistake. Place is very run down and poorly maintained. Rooms were not clean at all, I complained to the front desk and to their credit they sent up housekeeping that day, but when I first checked in (I booked a Kitchen suite so I could cooks some meals) One of the top cupboards ion the Kitchen had pigeon feathers in it. Lets just say I did not cooking for the 5 days I was there!
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From$174
Rosedale on Robson Suite Hotel
4.3/5110 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|1.92km from city center
A very centrally located hotel. A continental style breakfast can be included in your stay. The room did have a galley kitchen with a microwave, fridge and oven. One down side was the lamps in the bedroom area. The switches were very dodgy. In fact we unplugged them and used only the main lights. The staff were very helpful.
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From$254
Wedgewood Hotel & Spa - Relais & Chateaux
4.6/5110 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.42km from city center
This time at Ctrip.com, this hotel first encountered the problem of Ctrip's promotion of Chinese services and found that there was no Chinese service at all. After communicating with Ctrip, it helped to provide a temporary solution. I did not expect that there was another unpleasant episode during the check-out at the hotel. After the check-in, the front desk did not take the initiative to give me an accommodation bill. To be honest, I did n’t remember to ask, or another guest found that his bill was wrong. It was there that I remembered that I should also take a look at my bill. As a result, there was an error in printing, and I charged 44.47 more for parking. I felt wrong even though my English was not good. They immediately took back the bill and tore it off. They recalculated and printed it out, and then came back. They only returned me 35 yuan and asked why it was not returned in full. Then the front desk tore the bill back again. Then recalculate and print it out correctly. I was very unhappy with their inattentive service. The end result was that they wrote this small note to me, and apologized and explained it. To be honest, I apologize for their apology. I really regret it. I booked this hotel on Ctrip. Ctrip introduced that there is Chinese service. In fact, they did not provide any Chinese service at all. The latter mistake led me to this so-called five-star Wedgewood leisure hotel with ancient European tradition Wedgewood Hotel feels very bad, this is the only regret in my Canadian trip [naughty]
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Days Inn by Wyndham Vancouver Downtown
3.6/5108 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.79km from city center
The only positive thing about this hotel is it's good location to port. It's a very OLD building in serious need of an update. The tiny elevator was a joke. It took multiple trips to get our luggage to room, with No assistance available. The area where cold sorta 'breakfast' was served were not part any pictures online. There was also NOT a restaurant as described on website. We paid in $300+ for one night pre-cruise and it was an awful start. Very small OLD room and bathroom. A single chair at a small desk was only seating besides the small double bed. The view out the window was of a dirty wall to building next door. I expected so much more, so disappointed and will never stay there again. I would also advise you to find some place else.
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Sonder the Sunset
4.3/5101 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.49km from city center
Because the chartered car travels, it is not easy to evaluate the convenience of the location. It is a quiet street. It is a good place to watch the sunset from the sunset beach. In the area where the whole down town should be safe, the famous rainbow is on the edge. Street, we only know when we arrived, just to catch up with the weekend, go to the evening to watch the fun, very fun to say, there are simple Chinese restaurants and Japanese restaurants, fast food restaurants, more bars, many rainbows flag. It is not far from the gas town and Chinatown, and it takes ten minutes to drive. The facilities in the hotel are apartment-type. We have booked two rooms with kitchens. Because there are old people and children, it is really convenient to have a kitchen. A few days before the old man’s time difference, we packed hot porridge from the Chinese restaurant. Once I didn't have porridge, I bought a small packet of rice and came back to cook it myself. It was the most difficult time to get through the safe time. The bed is soft and hard, it is suitable, there are no slippers and toothbrushes, you need to bring your own, the front desk also sells, the hotel is prepared for shampoo conditioner and body lotion. In addition, there are garbage sorting in Canada, which is divided into: general garbage, recycling garbage and kitchen waste. It is described in the kitchen, and it is better to sort it according to the color of the trash can. There is a Sichuan girl at the front desk, very enthusiastic and thoughtful.
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Quality Inn & Suites Downtown Vancouver
3.7/5125 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|1.98km from city center
I booked this hotel last minute after coming in from the US. The room had a beautiful skyline view and over all was a nice place to stay. the neighborhood felt less sketchy than a lot of places. I would definitely come back. I liked the parking as well. it gave me peice of mind knowing my car was being taken care of. 100% would recommend plus there’s a lot to do in the area!
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Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre
4.5/5111 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.31km from city center
First of all, very clean! We loved our stay at this hotel. It is a very well-serviced hotel with nice and trained staff. The room was very comfortable, and the access to the club was so super convenient. The view of the city is just stunning. Will definitely stay here again when I come to Vancouver again. Thank you for this unforgettable experience!
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LXY Condo
4.5/511 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.13km from city center
In the city center, the room is very big. Downstairs is the T&T Supermarket and the SkyTrain Station. It is very convenient. You can cook your own meals. I will stay here again next time
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Hotel le Soleil by Executive Hotels
4.3/5112 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|2.69km from city center
Very unpleasant stay experience, arbitrarily charged too much deposit and no refund. Has repeatedly urged Ctrip to coordinate. Fortunately, Ctrip customer service staff is very dedicated. After 20 days, the deposit was refunded. Also in Vancouver, the Four Points by Sheraton, also booked through Ctrip, collects a deposit upon check-in, and returns the deposit on the third day after check-out. Would love to know why.
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The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver
4.5/558 Reviews
Vancouver downtown area
Vancouver
|3.63km from city center
The location of the hotel is good, and the environment and hygiene are very satisfactory. There are two swimming pools, inside and outside, which children also like. Can walk to Stanley Park. It seems that the hotel can also rent bicycles🚲.
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