|General||Air-conditioned, Gift shop, Laundry facilities, No smoking, Non-smoking rooms available, Parking (surcharge), Storage available, Wheelchair accessible|
|Services||A/V equipment rental, Concierge service, Laundry service, Meeting/Banquet facilities|
|Internet||Internet, WiFi (free)|
|Policy||Pets not allowed||Landmarks||
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The friendly and helpful staff. The location is close to some great restaurants and brunch places. In walking distance to Gasstown and Chinatown. Close to airtrain. Lots of things to do nearby.
The hotel room had a faint smell of fresh paint. It was also a little noisy Friday and Saturday night since night club half a block away. Some sketchy looking people hang out nearby since there is a clinic a block away. They didn't bother us though.I would recommend staying here for the location and the great staff.
The hotel was in a pretty centralized location. It was adjacent to Chinatown and walking distance to the Gastown district and Canada Place.
Did not experience any issues.It is a fairly small hotel, which was nice. It was overall relatively quiet. The room had a balcony and while it was garden view and not mountain view it was still good having an outdoor space. The location is not in the best part of Vancouver, but at no time did we feel unsafe. We picked the location because it was the closest to the venue for the concert we were attending. The room was clean, bright, and simple. I would stay there again on my next trip to Vancouver.
Staff were very friendly and informative. I think because of the location and residents that also live the adjacent building they have taken appropriate steps to ensure security for guests.
The neighbourhood is on the fringe of the Downtown Eastside which in terms of its proximity to Chinatown, Gastown and the rest of Downtown is great. Having said that because it is so close to the Eastside their are more undesirable people living there.If you are looking for an affordable, clean, and safe building that is close to amenities this would be a good location. The neighbourhood is to be desired because of the street people. I didn't feel uncomfortable at all but my husband did. The lack of an entrance into the hotel from the parking garage means that you are walking into the alley with your luggage which didn't present an issue for us but there were street people in the alley. We brought our young daughter and it was fine. The room we had had...
I must mention Rodrigo Pessoa the young man who served as our desk clerk and guide. He was efficient, courteous, and extremely helpful in orienting us to the area and its amenities. With his guidance we felt very comfortable and enjoyed our stay.
There was nothing to dislike.The hotel is located in a transitional area wedged between the gate to Chinatown and the edge of Gastown. It is centrally located with easy access to public transportation. And if you like to walk, there is much to explore. Our room was clean, the beds very comfortable. Guests I noticed represented a broad cross-section of ages and countries. The gallery of aboriginal artwork is beautiful. Works are reasonably price. I would stay again and again on visits to Vancouver, B.C.
Walking distance to many attractions, public transportation, coffee, food, movies. Safe and secure parking.
The hotel is a couple of doors from Health Clinic (probably free clinic judging by the patients). Although until 4:30 when clinic closes there are several shady looking characters nearby, they never bothered us.Very clean, comfortable, safe, and quiet. I love that the hotel benefits the aboriginal art culture and even houses some of the artists. Gallery is attached. Excellent wifi in room.
Great rooms, friendly staff. Happy that money goes to a good cause.
The neighborhood is in transition (but is completely safe) so sometimes you'll see groups of street people near the hotel.Excellent, very much enjoyed the stay there.
I very much liked the idea of using my tourist dollars to support needed housing. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was very clean, the bed very comfortable. The museum and art in the lobby really brightened up the check in process.
Parking is limited--be sure to make a garage reservation if you are travelling by car. Dual key cards for security and the elevator were a little confusing at first, but worked well overall.The hotel is new, and still undergoing a few growing pains (hand towels, but bath towels were on order) and the internet connections were not all connected on some floors (yet--that may be corrected.) I think with more experience, the place will be my first choice for Vancouver lodgings.