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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
I stayed there for 3 nights in July 2015. Staff were very nice and kindly. I had room towards to main street and there is a construction now. Window could not be closed and every day after 6 AM it was so noisy, that you...More
The location is fantastic, close to waterfront station which makes travelling from the airport very easy. Canada line straight to waterfront.
Staff were friendly when I checked in and loaned me a towel ($5 deposit)
Too wasn't fantastic but what do you expect when it's...More
In August 2014 I travelled West coast of Canada & USA. My first night of my trip I spent here. Positiv: Located in downtown, friendly staff. But I can confirm others travellers comments like " Place was like a prison cell". I felt absolutely not...More
US$ 31 - US$ 65 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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