Inexpensive with a good location.
No power outlets or mirror in main part of the room. Very dated. Empire Landmark across the street is a much better value. And it has great views. I chose this place because I had stayed at Empire Landmark before and wanted to check out something different. This place was reviewed similarly and was right across the street so I thought I'd give it a shot. Next time I will stay at Empire.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The hotel is located on Robson St with tons of great restaurants and shops around. The building was quiet and the room we were in was quite large with a kitchen.
The traffic outside is pretty loud if you are in a room at the front of the building. It can also get quite warm in the room, however there was a fan in our room which solved the problem for us. If you intend on using the blow dryer that is provided in the room, don't use it on high as it will throw the breaker. The breaker switches however are right in the room which makes it easy to fix.
Value priced. Hip location.
Electrical outlets are few and hard to find. Dated decor and furnishings.
The hotel is located on Robson Street, right in the middle of tons of shops, grocery stores and resturants. Very close walk to Stanley Park, the marina and other touristy places. Has a kitchen.
There is no elevator in the hotel. The beds were not very comfortable.
They require a ridiculous amount of information at check in. Photo ID of everyone in every room. Addresses, emails, and phone numbers for every guest. They took a $400 deposit in addition to having my credit card (I have no idea why they need that). Out keys didn't work at first and then wouldn't work again the next day. There were no electrical outlets in the room. The rooms were old and derelict. I would expect these rooms to cost somewhere between $30 and $75 per night but they were $250
Julia was the best. She was so helpful and made our first visit to Vancouver wonderful and stress free. Thank you Julia!!!
Rude staff, no elevator, very dated interior
Location was reasonably central to the parts of Vancouver we wanted to see. This hotel was only worth it due to proximity to other things in the area, such as Stanley Park.
The staff was consistently very rude. It seemed that this was due to the fact they were foreign (eastern European) and were not aware of how stern they came off (language and cultural barriers), but still, very jarring experiences were had. The hotel itself is very old and dated (1970s feeling), and has not kept with the times. No elevator, and dreary interior.
our room was right beside the front desk/lobby so it could be loud at times. the main window looked right onto the side walk so there was not a lot of privacy.
A stay at Greenbrier Hotel places you in the heart of Vancouver, within a 10-minute drive of Stanley Park and Canada Place. Featured amenities include limo/town car service, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and a 24-hour front desk. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
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