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... I woke up to a cozy, lazy rainy Vancouver Sunday day today and just wanted to sit in bed, sip my coffee and enjoy some stress free Instagram cruising. Pretty good way to unwind on a Sunday morning I thought. That would have been,...More
There are so many things wrong with this hotel - I'll stick to five main reasons not to stay here, for simplicity.
1) Even though they advertise that they have televisions, there is actually NO cable. Oh, great, there's a tv... with one channel.. the...More
I would not recommend this hotel because they constantly have a cockroach problem. The cockroaches climb on all the cutlery, and probably leave behind trails of diseases. There's also an extremely loud club downstairs that shakes the floors to the entire hotel, and you can't...More
This is one of the most affordable and decent hotels for nightly, weekly or monthly stays for people who are on a working-holiday visa or are backpackers / student travelers.
Prices range from $570 to $800 for rooms that include free wifi, tv, sink, bed,...More
I stayed here from October 2013 to April 2014. I arrived on a working holiday looking for somewhere to stay, if this is something you might be doing then I recommend this hotel. The location is excellent, and you'll be living with other solo travelers...More
A visit to Gastown is like turning back the clock and stepping into a bygone era. With the distinction of being Vancouver's oldest neighborhood, the many plaques that stud the cobbled streets of Gastown tell the story of its colorful past, giving Vancouver's history a more lively presence here than anywhere else. Having been originally founded around a popular worker's saloon, it's no wonder that today some of
Vancouver's best micro-breweries, creative cocktail joints, and corner bars can be found in this area. Classical charm suffuses its many vintage boutiques and the brick-built structures that an army of creative professionals call home.