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The place had bedbugs and the manager didn't even bother to come out to see us and refused to reimburse more than 1 of our 5 night stay. Husband was covered in bites and we brushed it off at first, thinking it was mosquitoes. Place...More
Travelled with my teenage son and we didn't have any high expectations, but this motel was below what we would safely consider adequate for the cost per night. From the bare room with two beds, a tiny TV on a stand somewhat awkwardly standing in...More
My boyfriend and I booked this hotel because it was the last one available in the city that we could afford. After reading the other reviews, I was skeptical. But it was fine, definitely a GREAT value for the price! First- the location is fabulous....More
Room was small, outdated, smelly, bathroom looked mouldy. I could not bring myself to have a shower. It was within walking distance of the train station, and walking distance of skytrain stop which we caught the next morning. I could not get out of the...More
We just booked one night ended up not staying at all. We booked it online; avoiding to Drive back and forth to Surrey where we live, we had two parties to attend, first party at 5pm, checked in at 6pm. As we opened the door...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.