|"The jazz music was wonderful."||(in 17 reviews)|
|"The staff was friendly and awesome."||(in 179 reviews)|
|"Good value for money."||(in 32 reviews)|
|"The area felt very unsafe."||(in 108 reviews)|
|"The hotel location was terrible."||(in 84 reviews)|
|"Very dangerous location surrounded by homeless drug addicts."||(in 57 reviews)|
|inside the hotel||in 495 reviews|
|staff were friendly||in 431 reviews|
|homeless people||in 346 reviews|
|location of the hotel||in 292 reviews|
|homeless and drug||in 200 reviews|
|room was small||in 114 reviews|
|downtown vancouver||in 107 reviews|
|good value for money||in 106 reviews|
|next door||in 92 reviews|
|addicts and homeless||in 65 reviews|
|part of the city||in 63 reviews|
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|live music||in 41 reviews|
|location is very close||in 32 reviews|
|bar downstairs||in 22 reviews|
|hastings street||in 12 reviews|
Beddings and bathroom are pretty decent.
Courtesy of front desk staff was not accommodating. Elevator needs replacement. Bathroom ventilation/exhaust system Heating system control
The lady who checked me in forgot to give me the wifi details and discount coupon to dine at the neighbouring pub. Furthermore, she gave me a room that's infested with bugs.
Elevator didn’t work at arrival so we had to leave our luggage in the lobby. Breakfast was toast or cereal. The hotel was surrounded by homeless people. I will not stay here again.
Cheap price and pretty much what I expected for the money. Great bed. Bar in hotel had a nice jazz band when i was there for lunch, food was good. A few minutes walk to Gastown, and the Skytrain at Waterfront Station, and there is a bus stop across the street.
Neighborhood, mostly the main street it is on, is not the best. But a block either direction were okay. Very small bathroom, and the water pressure in the shower wasn't the greatest. No air conditioning, which this time of year, not too bad, but could see it being a problem in the middle of summer.
The history of the hotel built in 1913 very historic looking bar very nice and reasonable
Hookers, drug addicts, homeless people dealers in the parking lot
The cheapest place we could find
This place was the cheapest we could find. The staff was very generous and kind throughout our stay and were the best! The hotel is very old and shows off its history by boasting some original hardwood flooring.
also means it's lacking any modern amenities within the room itself. Space was tight, even for 100 years ago, in the smallest room. The hotel is non-smoking but our room smelled like smoke which made it difficult to breathe at night. This could have drifted from outside, but the bathroom undoubtedly smelled smoky. The hotel is located in one of the worst parts of town, so you will undoubtedly feel uncomfortable with the place littered with drunks, homeless, addicts, etc. And that is the view out your windows. We had no issue with them, and I never found anyone online who did, but it is uncomfortable nonetheless. I recommend taking public transit into downtown and then a taxi if you want to avoid walking through stumbling drunks and addicts.
Basic budget hotel surrounded by homeless addicts, no AC, poor wifi
Hot water, cheap
The location. The homeless population in Vancouver is remarkable, and the hotel is in the heart of this opiate afflicted community. There are homeless addicts shooting up on the streets. I've never seen this anywhere else. It is not safe to walk in this area at night. I can't recommend the hotel simply for this reason. They also don't have AC!! They have wifi which was worthless unless I was in the lobby. I was on 2nd floor and it wasn't working. You have to pay for parking.
The staff is very friendly and helpful, and offering a lot of service including daily housekeeping, washing machine/dryer use, printing of documents, fax service, phone use (all free if not used excessively), etc.. It is a quiet hotel with reliable internet at the nice cosy little room. It's simple and all I need.
The only point that I can see may raise an issue is the location. It is close to downtown with great bus connections BUT the area is not safe (even though the hotel itself is). Downtown eastside is notorious for drug issues. There are homeless people everywhere around and all kinds of drug consumption can be observed. However, even though I am a solo traveling woman nobody has bothered me.
It is a hooker/gang hotel - not safe. We ran out of there
Middle of skid row Vancouver homeless dream stay f
Absolutely Nothing !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Right in the middle of skid row. Rooms are terrible old run down bathrooms suck since sink is in room with you and no lighting. Expect to be panhandled going or leaving the hotel. Parking is $10 a day in Bar parking lot with a bad element around it. Worry about your car all the time parked there. I can't you how bad this place is. Unless you are coming off the street for a night.
This is a good budget hotel. The location is just a bit dodgy, with many homeless people on the street just a block away, though I was never approached by any of them.I used city transit and recommend you use the stop just to the east of the hotel and not the one to the west. This will avoid most of the homeless. Wi-fi was iffy in our 4th floor room. Vancouver activities are pretty expensive, so paying less for a hotel room left more money for activities. The pub in the hotel has good food and good jazz.
Our two bed (singles) was tiny and the squeezed in mini-bathroom was even tinier. It had a bi-fold door that didn't shut completely. This made certain functions a little too public.
The Budget Inn Patricia Hotel is located on the edge of downtown Vancouver, only a few blocks from historic Gastown and Chinatown. The hotel is 16 miles from Grouse Mountain and three miles from the Vancouver Aquarium. This family-owned and operated hotel is less than a mile from BC Place Stadium, Science World, and Pacific Central Station. The budget hotel is seven miles from Vancouver International Airport and 37 miles from Abbotsford Airport. It has 94 non-smoking guestrooms.
This is a heritage-style hotel designed with a no-frills mind to create a budget accommodation option. The hotel offers budget rooms, basic rooms, standard rooms, standard plus rooms, superior rooms, and extended stay options.
All rooms come with a private bathroom with a shower, complimentary high-speed wireless Internet, and cable television. Basic rooms include a partial view of the Vancouver skyline. Standard rooms are larger and feature a full view of the city. Some of the deluxe rooms include a claw foot tub. The quad rooms are appropriate for up to four guests and offer a mini-fridge and combination shower and tub.
Pat’s Pub is located at the hotel and offers guests a space to dine and enjoy watching the game or live entertainment. Other restaurants in the area include Kissa Tanto, Cuchillo, Sai Woo, and Bao Bei Chinese Brasserie.
There are many things to see and do near the hotel. The Vancouver Art Gallery is the largest gallery in Western Canada while the Vancouver Aquarium offers the chance to see diverse aquatic wildlife.
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Budget Inn Patricia Hotel is located at 403 East Hastings Street in Downtown Eastside, 1.4 km from the centre of Vancouver. Chinatown is the closest landmark to Budget Inn Patricia Hotel.
Check-in time is 2:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Budget Inn Patricia Hotel.
Yes, Budget Inn Patricia Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Budget Inn Patricia Hotel offers free parking.
No, Budget Inn Patricia Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Budget Inn Patricia Hotel is 1.8 km from Vancouver Coal Harbour. Budget Inn Patricia Hotel is 11.4 km from Vancouver Intl.
No, Budget Inn Patricia Hotel does not have a pool on-site.