Park Inn & Suites on Broadway, Vancouver, BC
Park Inn & Suites on Broadway, Vancouver, BC is a hotel located in Vancouver. Centrally located just 4 blocks away from the new Broadway City Hall SkyTrain station which provides a direct link to the airport in just 19 minutes and the Vancouver Convention Centre, and Cruise Terminal in 6 minutes. 100 percent non-smoking hotel offering complimentary wireless high speed internet connection, local phone calls and daily newspaper. The hotel has a fitness room and a coin-laundry room for daily use, meeting room available for rental for small to medium meetings and many parking lots at only $15.00 per vehicle per night
Nearby restaurants include Pondok Indonesia, Raga Restaurant, Arby's Roast Beef Restaurants, and Gigi's Pizza & Spaghetti House.
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Reviews for Park Inn & Suites on Broadway, Vancouver, BC, Vancouver
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Sat 01 May 2010
Positives: Nicely decorated and updated, spacious room, amazing view.
Negatives: Obvious old mechanical fixtures (air vents in hallways), paint on tile edges in bathroom, banged up mill work in some areas.
Comments: Had to think hard for the negatives, generally well appointed for the price. intend to stay there again. and what a view.
Thu 18 Feb 2010
Positives: Staff(reception, cleaners, restaurant staff) were excellent.
Negatives: Price paid versus quality of hotel.
Comments: Rooms looking towards downtown have excellent views of the city. Rooms are adequate, bathrooms small and "aged."
Wed 19 Aug 2009
Positives: Good location and service.
Negatives: Unanticipated $250 credit card hold for damage deposit.
Comments: A slightly upscale hotel in a good location. The staff was helpful and quickly corrected the error they made in assigning me a double room after I had requested a single king room. I did not have an opportunity to try the restaurant.
Fri 11 Jul 2008
Positives: They had wireless internet.
Negatives: The room had a strange odor and was very noisy.
Comments: This hotel appeared to be in ok condition judging from the lobby however after entering the room I was greeted by a strange odor. In addition to the odor the room was barely cleaned. The beds have vinyl covers on them. Every time you moved, you could hear the vinyl stretching.
Wed 04 Jun 2008
Positives: Very good service to fix minor problem as towel rack had broken. And was fixed promptly.
Negatives: Charge for parking.
Comments: Great value for the money. Would stay there again.
Thu 15 May 2008
Positives: The building, facilities are nice and meet the needs of the average traveler.
Negatives: The service was awful!
Comments: While the hotel itself is quite nice, clean, centrally located, the service we received was awful. The front desk clerk (who was actually a supervisor.) didn't tell us anything about the facilities offered at the hotel and we had to look them up ourselves. Apparently there was a fitness facility - but we weren't told about, and nothing was mentioned about the wireless internet (a huge selling point these days). I don't need to be fawned over, but a clerk checking me in who's not also on the phone and talking to other employees is not acceptable. Our stay was negatively affected by this lack of attention to us since we were forced to look up available services and ask questions that are normally part of the standard spiel when checking in. Hopefully others have a better experience with the staff because the hotel was nice enough.
Thu 15 May 2008
Negatives: Bad view and not very comfortable.
Comments: Didn't feel very welcomed and had to pay a little too much for parking.
Mon 12 May 2008
Positives: Staff friendly and helpful. Room had nice decor and even microwave. Nicely surprised.
Comments: Wonderful value. Great location, close to many things, including the Downtown core. Clean and modern. Had a microwave in the room. Accommodated our needs with a young toddler (i.e. Playpen). Friendly, helpful staff.
Thu 08 May 2008
Positives: The restaurant and pub were nice. The room was very comfortable and the staff were fairly helpful.
Negatives: Parking is too expensive. Bath water came out brown at first. We had a view of several dumpsters.
Comments: It met our purposes well. Fairly centrally located in an ok part of the city. The price was very good. I would have been willing to pay at least another $15.00 to $20.00 a night.
Thu 08 May 2008
Positives: The front desk looks trendy, thought our room would be more of a reflection of the front.
Negatives: Hotel room smelled like wet dog. Hallway smelled like cigarette smoke even though our room was smoke free.
Comments: Overall, the stay was ok. Looking out our window we were on the second floor looking straight at an overfull garbage bin, not very appealling. I liked the location because it was convenient for where I had to be. I wouldn't chose this hotel again though.
Wed 16 Apr 2008
Positives: Nice room, good location, free WiFi.
Negatives: No free breakfast, staff took too long to check in.
Comments: The hotel is nice, the rooms are kept nice, the TV in the room is good, free WiFi is a plus, there is only 1 elevator which can be slow, and check in was a little slow. Location is good because it is close to transportation, places to eat and sight seeing.
Sat 22 Mar 2008
Positives: Not far away from down town area.
Negatives: Some homeless people hang around at the hotel area.
Comments: Basically, the hotel fulfill all the requirement and the location are good for the public transportation.
Sat 22 Sep 2007
Positives: Very spacious, clean rooms. Great staff.
Negatives: It wasn't really 'downtown Vancouver'.
Comments: All in all, this was a great hotel choice. Plenty of restaurants in walking distance, on site parking, and most importantly a clean, spacious room in a safe neighborhood.
Mon 10 Sep 2007
Positives: Good value for money.
Negatives: Cramped lobby.
Comments: Overall good experience. Clean, decent location. Fits the bill.
Fri 07 Sep 2007
Positives: Convenient and courteous environment.
Negatives: Backyard not tidy.
Comments: An excellent hotel with good value.
Mon 03 Sep 2007
Negatives: Need to run water in tub/shower to get clean water.
Comments: Have stayed here in the past and will continue to stay here due to the location in relations to where I need to go and for the daily rate in comparison to other hotels in the area.
Mon 03 Sep 2007
Positives: Car park on site.
Negatives: Bed linens were old; lints on bedspread were itchy.
Comments: I think this hotel was reasonable for the price. The room was small, only one elevator for the 5 storey building, limited undercover parking some outside, we heard yelling through the night. Since it was located inner city, I thought I had to accept them. This hotel is good for business travelers.
Mon 20 Aug 2007
Positives: The rooms reminded me of the Westin! They were very modern and had a great feel.
Negatives: The view from the balcony on the third floor faces the dumpster and a hospital. No reason to go out on the balcony because of this.
Comments: The lobby is very modern, sleek and attractive. The elevator and hallways were clean. The room was excellent. The beds were comfortable, the television very good, bathrooms clean with great, fluffy towels and a very good shower, the wood floor at the entry gave a level of class as did the carpet and the closet cabinet. Taxis were accessible and it was only a $6.00 fare to Granville Island and the Trolley. The only negative is the rooms that face away from the main street have a poor view which makes using the balcony not the most pleasant. Overall, this is a great hotel and we will be staying there on all of our trips to Vancouver.
Sat 18 Aug 2007
Positives: The rooms were comfortable and clean and the staff was friendly.
Negatives: The hotel lobby, elevator and hallways were not very warm or welcoming.
Comments: The Park Plaza was a comfortable 2 1/2 star hotel to stay in. It is easy to get to using Vancouver's public bus system. It is a 15 minute scenic walk from the Granville Public Market. The staff was friendly and helpful however I found the lobby, elevator and public spaces not very warm or comfortable. The rooms were spacious, well-decorated and clean.
24-hour front desk. Accessible facilities. Air conditioning. Baggage hold. Brailed elevators. Business services. Coin operated laundry. Complimentary in-room coffee or tea. Complimentary newspaper delivered to room. Elevators. Exercise gym. Fax service. Free high speed internet connection. Front desk. Golf. Hair dryer. Health club. High speed internet access for laptop in public areas. Housekeeping - daily. Ice machine. Indoor parking. Ironing board. Laundry/Valet service. Lounges/bars. Meeting rooms. Multilingual staff. Non-smoking rooms (generic). Outdoor parking. Pets allowed. Phone services. Photocopy center. Restaurant. Room service. Security. Spa. Stairwells. Train access. Wakeup service. Water sports. Wheel chair access. Wireless internet connection in public areas.
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Location details / directions
Vancouver Intl Arpt (YVR) 7.00 Km E.
Starting at VANCOUVER INTL ARPT From the Airport: Take Grant McConachie Way East from the airport over the Arthur Lang Bridge. Take the Granville Street exit -follow Granville Street North approximately 60 blocks. Turn right on West Broadway (same as West 9th Avenue). The hotel is 6 blocks East on the South side of the street
Near to the following attractions
- Home to the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League and was the site for the ice hockey events at the 2010 Winter Olympics.
- Teaching museum, housing 535,000 ethnographic and archaological
- Olympic size indoor pool and diving facility
- BC Lion CFL team/venue for trade shows and sports events
- Secondary pier for the summer cruise ship business
- Primary port for the cruise ships
Canada Place/Vancouver Trade
- Home of Citywide conventions
Capilano Suspension Bridge
- Vancouvers oldest and most exciting attraction
Centre for the Performing Arts
- Premiere Entertainment facility
- North America's 2nd largest Chinatown
- Location of the City Clerk's Department
City Square Mall
- Mall with 90 shops, Safeway and Fitness World Health Club
Dr. Sun Yat Sen Gardens
- First Ming Dynasty Scholar's garden built outside of China
- An eclectic community in the Westend of Vancouver's downtown
- Established in 1867, Gastown is the oldest part of Vancouver
- Venue for Canucks hockey and concerts
- Public Market and Voted North Americas best Neighborhood
Grouse Mountain Ski Resort
- Winter and Summer resort-Famous lumberjack show and Winter Wonderland
BC Cancer Foundation
- Fundraising partner of the BC Cancer Agency and the largest charitable funder of cancer research in this province.
H.R. MacMillan Space Centre
- Planetarium, a virtual simulator and laser light shows
- Beach with BBQ and concession facilities, beach volleyball nearby
Jericho Sailing Club
- Unique seaside facility providing low cost recreation access to water sports
Kitsilano Beach Park & Pool
- Beach/Volleyball nets, a salt water pool and live theatre
Langara Golf Course
- One of Vancouvers first 18 hole golf courses built in 1926
- Home of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, opening in 1927
Pacific Coliseum & PNW
- Concerts, sporting events, home of the Pacific National Exhibition
Plaza of Nations
- Heart of Expo 86, one of Vancouvers best loved civic gathering places
Queen Elizabeth Gardens
- Acre Park at the highest point in the city Including Bloedel Conservatory
Queen Elizabeth Pitch & Putt
- 18 hole par 3 golf course with a spectacular 360 degree view
Queen Elizabeth Theatre
- Built in 1959 and home of the Vancouver Opera and Ballet
Rocky Mountaineer Railtour Station
- Railtour Station
Spanish Banks Beach
- Local beach, with BBQ and concession facilities
- 1000 acres of rainforest and wildlife surrounded by the ocean and city
Telus Sphere/Science World
- Positive attitudes towards science and technology in a fun interaction
UBC Botanical Gardens
- 70 acres and over 10,000 different shrubs, trees and flowers
- City Center
Vancouver Intl Arpt
Vancouver General Hopital
BC Cancer Society
BC Chidlren's/ Women Hospital
University of British Columbia
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