Holiday Inn Vancouver Downtown
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The Holiday Inn Vancouver Downtown hotel is an ideal choice for those who want to explore the city as soon as they arrive, as it is perfectly located next to all local attractions and travel links. Treat yourself to a shopping trip at Robson Street, hop on a bus and explore the Waterfront Seawall or take a ferry to the picturesque Granville Island. Theatre lovers will enjoy a trip to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre whilst sports enthusiasts can see a Canucks game at Rogers Arena.
All of the recently-transformed guest rooms at the Holiday Inn Vancouver Downtown hotel are modern in décor and offer standard internet access, comfortable bedding, a flat screen TV, a choice of pillows and air-conditioning to make you feel welcome.
UnWind brings together a casual restaurant, a bar and a Starbucks coffee shop into one easily accessible space. The hotel also offers the Altum Spa & Wellness facility, a 24-hour indoor pool, a fitness centre and a shuttle service.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Interconnecting Rooms
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 989 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Clean and centrally located
Stay Date: 09/2017, Helen T wrote this review.
Had a chance to stay at this property while on business. It's a block away from the shopping and nightlife on Granville, about a 5 min walk to Pacific Place Mall, the Vancouver Art Gallery and Robson Street. It was clean. The bathroom is on the sm… See more
Had a chance to stay at this property while on business. It's a block away from the shopping and nightlife on Granville, about a 5 min walk to Pacific Place Mall, the Vancouver Art Gallery and Robson Street. It was clean. The bathroom is on the small side with the sink separate from the bathroom, but it was clean and functional. I was on the 2nd floor so I had to go up an elevator, down a hall then up another 5 steps- seemed a weird layout but it worked ok. This hotel was a block away from a "Hop on Hop Off" tour stop which was nice for anyone doing the touristy thing. If I stayed again in Vancouver for business I would definitely consider this property again. Collapse
711 broadway location
Stay Date: 09/2017, Aj K wrote this review.
Got upgraded with platinum ihg to have balcony view. Very nice, but 40k miles per night or 400 a night to stay. Regardless, its a nice place, surrounded in china town area but close to city. Great sunrise view. 22 to park via hotel but allows in… See more
Got upgraded with platinum ihg to have balcony view. Very nice, but 40k miles per night or 400 a night to stay. Regardless, its a nice place, surrounded in china town area but close to city. Great sunrise view. 22 to park via hotel but allows in and out Collapse
Good Staff, Moved from Bad to Good Room, Good Bar
Stay Date: 09/2017, Darrell L wrote this review.
The staff was very helpful.. We spent our first night in room 515, which had been shorten to make room foor a health spa next door. We complained to the manager, Christian, and were moved to a good room, 520. We had beer and wine in the bar and din… See more
The staff was very helpful.. We spent our first night in room 515, which had been shorten to make room foor a health spa next door. We complained to the manager, Christian, and were moved to a good room, 520. We had beer and wine in the bar and dinner on one occasion and were pleased with the drinks and food. Thanks, Tim and Hansa. The parking, $24 a night, is a tight fit for even a mid-size sedan. Remember: ask for room 520 or similar and avoid 515. Collapse
Nice and handy hotel, with a few bad spots
Stay Date: 08/2017, Flameeyes wrote this review.
I stayed at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Vancouver Downtown for a conference that was happening in the Wall Center nearby. I'm Spire Elite with the chain so I was upgraded to an Executive Suite on 7th floor upon arrival. The first impression with … See more
I stayed at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Vancouver Downtown for a conference that was happening in the Wall Center nearby. I'm Spire Elite with the chain so I was upgraded to an Executive Suite on 7th floor upon arrival. The first impression with the hotel from the street is quite nice, as it has a stylish open patio on second floor on top of the drop-down lane. The lobby with its big staircase is also pretty nice, but the reception desks organization leaves a lot to be desired, as the Elite and normal check-in are at separate desks, with separate queues. For some reason during my week stay a number of organised groups arrived or left the hotel, making the queues to ask for information, buying things at reception or getting key duplicates quite long. I was also given the wrong advice to get a local SIM card upon arrival, but another receptionist managed to send me in the right direction a couple of hours later. The elevators to the rooms in the lobby are slow and small, which on the second day required waiting a third turn to be able to get back to my room. On the third day I realized that what I assumed was a service elevator just in front of my room's door was actually usable by guests, although it does not reach ground (first) floor, but rather reaches the second floor opposite side of reception, up the staircase. This made getting in and out of the hotel much faster. The room itself was very spacious and for that it was a pleasant surprise. The bed comfortable, the work area neat, the sofa and lounger both very nice to sit down and read. It comes with a proper fridge that can freeze at least bottles of water, and has enough space to keep a number of soda cans or bottles cold. There's a machine selling Pepsi drinks at least on 7th floor, but it's cash only; reception can sell the same at a lower price and account it to the room. Importantly, even Executive rooms don't come with free water bottles, unlike most other Holiday Inn properties I stayed at. In this case, a 2L bottle of water was available for CAD 5, so I took that. Laundry service was good and cheap enough, although while the documentation in the room states you can bring the laundry by 9am for same-day service, reception said the usual time is around 7am. I called them to get my laundry picked up the night before, and so they did. On the negative side, the bathroom organization was not really pleasant. Upon entering the room, a very small room with toilet and bathtub is to be found by the right, with a door and all. On the left, the vestibule (including the hanger, spare duvet, ironing board, etc.) included the washing basin, the mirror and so on. The vestibule is *carpeted*! I can only imagine how well clean the carpet underneath would be, particularly as at least once I stepped on a hairpin (not mine!), and if you're drying your hair you're likely to be dripping on it. More bothersome, as I arrived in my room, jackhammer noise welcomed me. I called reception surprised, and particularly not happy of the prospect of being woken up in the morning by the noise, but they confirmed the works in the parking lot would only start late in the morning and end in the afternoon. This was indeed the case throughout my stay. Afterwards I observed they did post a notice about the work, including the 10am-4pm times, in the elevators, though I was a bit disappointed they didn't bring it up at check-in or left a note in the room to that effect. Speaking of the noise levels, even though it was not the most noisy hotel I've stayed at, both the room door and the door/window to the outside are clearly not soundproof. A building across the street from my room's window was being torn down, and the slamming of junk from the third floor onto the garbage bin below was loud enough to wake me up. Similarly on one of the nights, at 3.30am a group of guests singing and yelling while going back to their rooms woke me up despite the bed not being in line of sight of the door. I have not looked much at the transportation options from the hotel. I walked from the Yaletown stop of the Canada Line (coming from the Airport), and while the walk was not the most comfortable, it was feasible. Wall Center, where I attended the conference, is clearly walking distance, and so is the rest of downtown, for some value of walking distance (I have walked to Stanley Park and back). When I left the hotel to the train station I did ask for a cab at reception, but it turned out to be much faster to just stand by the front steps with luggage: taxi drivers can see you from the main street and will pull into the hotel drop-off lane to pick you up. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2017, NICOLA H wrote this review.
Good location, within walking distance of restaurants, bars and shopping. Nice comfortable rooms with good bathrooms. Very clean and tidy public areas. Staff helpful. The restaurant here was fabulous for breakfast and the staff in the restaurant were… See more
Good location, within walking distance of restaurants, bars and shopping. Nice comfortable rooms with good bathrooms. Very clean and tidy public areas. Staff helpful. The restaurant here was fabulous for breakfast and the staff in the restaurant were great, really friendly and providing excellent service to go with the delicious food. Collapse
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