I came to Vancouver for a conference. Instead of checking into the (expensive) conference hotel, I decided to stay at the Moda, which was recommended by Expedia. I am glad I did--overall it was a great experience. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The place is a great value, and, in my view, provides a much more pleasant and personable experience than a big chain hotel. If I ever come back to Vancouver, I will definitely stay at the Moda Hotel again.
Adrian from State College, PA
In the heart of the arts and entertainment district, this Vancouver hotel is half-block from the Orpheum Theatre, 1 block …More
We had an evening downtown planned and found the location to be nice and central. We parked at the hotel and walked everywhere for the rest of the evening. Dinner, our event and drinks after were just minutes away.
Night out Momma
Just 1 block from trendy Robson Street shops, this well-equipped 21-floor hotel is 2 blocks from the business district …More
Although this is not related to the Embassy Inn and Suites I am used to in the USA, it was truly fantastic just the same..
Our room was not ready as we were early, so the Host very nicely found a much better location to enjoy some of the views from the comfort of our room. It was very spacious and gave a beautiful view of the Parliament buildings and surrounding green lawns and open spaces, very open and airey feeling.The room had nice amenities and was extremely comfortable.Our stay there even came with a complete full hot buffet style breakfast and an awesome pot of coffee.Very nice parking in basement as it was raining heavily and that made it nice for car accessi The location is dead centre in the best area of the bay and is within walking distance to all you could ever want and enjoy!!
Stephen from Vancouver
Conveniently located in the Inner Harbour area, close to the new Robert Bateman Centre, this hotel is within walking distance …More
My girlfriend and I recently stayed at this hotel overnight.The staff were very friendly,professional and extremely helpful.The lobby was very pretty and welcoming...there was delicious hot apple cider available to sip on as well as coffee and tea.The restaurant looked lovely,unfortunately we did not have time to try it out.The room had all the comforts of home provided,even comfy bathrobes and slippers.The beds and linens were so cozy.I look forward to returning again soon.
Kelly from Vancouver,B.C.
Located two blocks from Victoria's busy Inner Harbour, the European-style The Magnolia Hotel And Spa is one block from …More
First time staying in this hotel and it was a remarketable experience. The rooms had great décor, amazing views and is central to downtown. We were able to walk everywhere because it is in such a prime location. The staff was very friendly, and absolutely went the extra mile for myself and group.
Facing the Inner Harbour and adjacent to the Parliament Buildings, Hotel Grand Pacific is 2 blocks from the shops along …More
This hotel is located in the middle of Whistler Village. It is the updated version of its sister hotel which is a short walk away and at the ski lift. Guests get all access to both resorts. You can store your things for free in a locker at the sister hotel for free while you ski. You also get 10% off ski rentals at the rental place inside the sister hotel. Tip: be sure to check out the Sunday fire & ice ski show from the pool balcony of the sister hotel. Free hot chocolate and coffee.
The rooms at the Pan Pacific are beautiful. We got the one bedroom upper floor suite. It had a kitchen with a fridge, microwave, range, and pots, plates, and utensils. There is a dishwasher as well. The bathroom had a shower as well as a soaking tub. There was a sitting area at the bar in the kitchen as well as a small table in the living room. The living room had two couches as well as a gas fireplace. The room had a small balcony with two chairs and a table. The bedroom had a king size bed with two small closets on either side. The room was very clean and housekeeping did a great job everyday. The hotel does have two hot tubs, a heated pool, and sauna, spa, and workout room. There is free continental breakfast daily from 7:00am to 10:00am and an Apres hour from 4:00pm to 5:00pm where your first drink is free. Parking is about $28 a day and you park in the garage directly below the hotel. The same elevator you take to your room brings you to the garage. Very convenient.
Becky from Madisonville, LA
The Pan Pacific Village Centre is located 150 m (165 yd) from the base of the Whistler/Blackcomb gondolas, and adjacent to …More
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