Delta Vancouver Suites
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Stayed in this hotel after a cruise. Was able to walk from the pier to the hotel. It was a good walk, but we were up for it! They stored our bags until our room was ready so we could explore the city.Rooms were comfortable and furnishings were great. We will plan to stay here again if heading to Vancouver.
As the heading says, the king size bed was very comfortable; nice linens. We had great sleeps both nights we stayed. The windows open and that's a plus for us to sleep wiith fresh air. We had a room where the bedroom was separate and could be closed off with sliding doors. Small couch and desk/chair in the sitting/TV room.The rooms have been updated since we last stayed here. Looks fresh and modern, but poor lighting, especially on a rainy, very gray day. Couch is not comfy to sit on and there are no end tables or coffee table, so no where to 'put' anything. .Couch is a sofa bed and OK to sleep on as bar as sofa beds go.We had 3 of us in the room, but only 2 bath towels. (more arrived on request) There is a towel bar attached to/in front of the sink which means you can't get close to the sink mirror where the light is good. A pull out mirror would have been very helpful.We didn't stay in downtown Vancouver to spend time in the room though - and the hotel location is easy walking to great shops, Canada Place, seabus, bus routes, great restaurants, etc., The lobby and bar area could use an upgrade. Our check-in went pretty quickly. There was an elevator problem on checkout (from the 12th floor) and we waited forever for 4 full elevators to pass us by. So we took the elevator up to top, so we could get down to lobby. Took about 20 minutes because everyone was trying to get out of the building around that time. It was frustrating and the elevator was PACKED and really hot...and a little unnerving with so many people in it for such a long time.The stay was OK, but nothing special.
While the location maybe good; the hotel is adequate "at best." The room layout is awkward; the bathroom is even worse. You couldn't get to the sink because of the placement of the toilet, and when taking a shower the entire bathroom got wet, because there is no striping on the shower door. The walls are thin and we have heard kids all night long running, screaming, crying - we slept with the windows open so the outside noise would block the inside noise. If you are looking for a sophisticated hotel in the downtown area, look somewhere else. The lounge closes at 10, at the latest, and the bartenders have to look up simple classic cocktails. While we only had snacks on one day at the lounge, they were not good, you are better off ordering something from Pholicious, which is connected to the hotel.Don't think you will have a nice peaceful, adult experience here. If you are looking for a dorm room experience with a lot of kids running freely about with no rules - this is the place for you. I am a 45 year old man and would have rather stayed at a hostel than pay this much money for this terrible experience - next time we come to Vancouver we will stay at Hotel Georgia or Hotel Vancouver. Never This Place Again!!
We picked this hotel for its great location, close to Vancouver’s well run transit system and walking distance to everything else we wanted to see and do. It has been perfect from that point of view. What has really impressed us though are all the amazing people who work in the hotel. We were greeted by the super organised and very efficient Krista on reception who did a fantastic job of explaining all the nearby facilities, upgraded our room and helped sort out our son’s birthday cake so it could be set up on his birthday. But it doesn’t stop there, the bellman, room service and housekeeping have all been so friendly and accommodating as well.The room is spacious, clean and very very quiet. Beds are comfy too!We look forward to returning here soon.Thank you Delta Suites!
The rooms are very nicely done with new colour scheme and décor package.Overall nice vibe to the already very nice rooms etc.I was told that the restaurant and lobby area are next for renovations starting early 2018Staff as allways are very accommodating at this hotel and it's location is handy dandy to get around the cityLook forward to returning when renovations are complete
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Resort fees (if applicable) must be paid directly to the hotel
- Hotel transfers for packages to USA
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 225 rooms
- 1 restaurant
- 1 bar
- Fitness centre
- Business centre
- Gift shop
- internet (fee)
- parking (fee)
- laundry and dry cleaning services
- conference facilities
- One king or one queen or two double beds
- located on 4th to 11th floors
- sitting area
- varied views
- LCD TV
- coffee/tea maker
- hair dryer
- alarm clock
- iron/ironing board
- in-room pay movies (fee)
- internet (fee)
- max occupancy 4 adults or 1 adult and 3 children
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Delta Vancouver SuitesVancouver,Canada
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
550 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 1L6 Canada
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