910 Beach Ave, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2R1, Canada
910 Beach Ave Vancouver BC
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910 Beach Avenue Apartment Hotel | Extended Stay Hotels | Vancouver, BC
Our unique rental suites are situated near the beachfront of downtown Vancouver. 910 Beach offers a location that is convenient and relaxing.
Brian Walling said 3 years ago
This is a great apartment style hotel. If you want a kitchenette and/or washing machine and dryer then this is a great choice. Restaurants and the waterfront park are just a short walk. The suite and appliance are dated, but worked well. Parking is very convenient but is not free. WiFi is also an upcharge.
Chris Shabsin said 3 years ago
Great room, comfortable. Friendly desk staff went above and beyond. Downsides: Wi-Fi is extra, bathroom was poorly lit.
David Ferguson said 3 years ago
Clean comfortable room, perfect for two for an evening or a few nights. Friendly service.
Gabe Marshalok said 3 years ago
Great pices, Great rooms, Great morning coffee! My girlfriend checked in a bit early and Julia at the front desk took amazing care of her and made sure that everything was taken care of for her. We stay in quite few hotels and weve never had someone take care of us like she has! Thank you Julia!! Amazing time!!
Cameron Dally said 3 years ago
Rooms were a good size, clean and comfortable. Convenient location to get around. Continental breakfast is a bit cramped but still appreciated
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