Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Vancouver

111 Robson St, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6B 2A8, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Downtown Vancouver area of Vancouver, is near Vancouver Public Library, Yaletown, B.C. Place Stadium, and Library Square.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Vancouver

    Perfect Location


    My wife and I had a room on the 14th floor with an excellent view of BC Stadium and False Creek. Previous reviews are correct; this hotel offers excellent value for the price( $105 canadian per night). I wouldn't rehash previous reviews but here are a few additional facts.

    The hotel is two blocks east of the Vancouver Library which is an architects dream. We found an inexpensive Sushi restaurant at the library. Yes, the library is very different from anything I have ever seen. There is a coffee shop, ice parlor, deli, Korean restaurant, sushi restaurant and a travel bureau in the same building.

    At library square you can get on the Vancouver Trolley which stops at 20+ locations in Vancouver. The stops include Canada Place, ChinaTown, Space Center, Gastown, Stanley Park, Yaletown, English Bay, Granville Island and others. The trolley runs all day and you can get on/off as many times as you like all for $28 Canadian.

    Vancouver is such an interesting city with lots of movies being filmed everyday. If we don't stay at the Hampton next time we will try the Sylvian Hotel which is located across the street from English Bay and looked very interesting.

    Great recommendation


    This hotel was correctly rated by other guests and was truly a gem. Service and staff were great. Hotel is spotless and very quiet interiors. Our corner room with large Jacuzzi tub on 15th floor had views of the Cambie Bridge and the River and BC Stadium. Zachary's restaurant in the hotel was convenient, good, basic food. Other places nearby may have been good but the wait was not worth it. Parking underground was tight but well guarded. The security in the hotel was welcomed and I am sure is needed as the city of Vancouver has become quite congested since our last visit 10 years ago. Traffic out of town to the north is a mess and I am sure as preparations for the Olympics continues, the roads to Whistler will be even worse. Waiting for the ferries is even worse as 2 hours before will not guarantee you get on the one you want. Things are changing here!

    Wow!! A great deal. Would Return!!


    The Hampton Inn on 111 Robson Street was great. Our room was available at 11am and they let us go right up! Service was awesome and staff very friendly. They gave us plenty of tips on things to do, called tours for us, shared restaurant ideas, etc.. Location is great and only $5-6 taxi ride from cruise port. About $20 to airport. Area is a close walk to shops, marina, sea taxi's, plenty of transportation. Just have to be a bit cautious walking around at night but we walked quite a bit with no problems...

    Excellent hotel!


    My family (2 adults, 2 small kids) stayed at this hotel in May 2004 having read the tripadvisors reviews. The reviews were spot on. Overall the hotel was excellent. The suite we had was super clean, bright, spacious and very nicely decorated. Staff were very friendly and helpful and breakfast was excellent especially considering it is free. The living room and bedroom was separated by french doors, which worked really well for us as the kids would go to sleep early evening and we did not have to tread carefully around them!

    Downsides? Not many. Area is not that aeshetically pleasing. We were curious that security was quite tight and not sure if that meant the area warranted it, although we did not witness any incidents. We had to use our room key to operate the elevator and to access two gates to get to the underground parking lot.

    Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and I would definitely stay here again. Great value for money.

    Nice hotel


    Excellent hotel. Good location, especially if going to sporting events.

    Only complaint is pay parking...but it IS downtown. Great breakfast in the morning.

    A lovely hotel


    My husband and I really enjoyed our one night stay at the Hampton Inn. We had a deluxe King room, which had an amazing corner view with floor to ceiling windows on two walls (not all rooms have this). There was a large jacuzzi in the bathroom, complete with a complimentary loofah and scented bath bomb. The rate was very reasonable and came with a well provisioned continental breakfast.The hotel was very clean, nicely decorated, had good security, and the staff were very helpful. There was also a hot tub on the top floor with floor to ceiling windows of the city. We're happy we found this lovely place, and for a reasonable price as well.

    Hampton Inn's Best!


    This is one of the nicest Hampton Inns I have stayed. The staff were very nice and friendly. As a courtesy, they stored our luggage for us the day of departure as our train didn't leave until the evening.

    Although a bit far to walk to Gastown and Yaletown, as a travel agent, I always reccommend this hotel for Vancouver stays to clients.

    Awesome, Awesome, Awesome!


    This is by far the best Hampton Inn & Suites I have ever stayed it. The staff is exceptionally nice. The rooms are spacious and offer many comfortable amenities - the Belgian chocolates and complimentary "Hampton Inn Vancouver" bottled water was a nice touch. The hotel is very well located and convenient for all attractions, shopping and a plethora of restaurants. An awesome hotel in an awesome city, plain and simple.

    Super Nice


    We recently stayed at the Hampton Inn after an Alaska Cruise. Four

    adults,four children. We arrived early from the Seaport and found that

    the staff were so kind and considerate while we waited for the rooms.

    They let us leave the luggage and relax on the top floor which had a

    neat gym,hot tub,games and TV and most of all a beautiful view of the

    city. Once in the rooms I must compliment them on the cleanliness. The

    continental breakfast was more than sufficient and the hotel was close

    to several reasonable restaurants. It was easy to take the sky train to

    various neighborhoods with a all day pass.

    The tax was quite high for anything- 14 plus should you want to buy gifts in the city, so pick up a tax voucher.

    I was glad we made the decision to stay at The Hampton. The front desk staff were super.

    (Little reminder from our experience at the Airport,leave earlier than the two hours in high season, one family missed their flight because it took soooooo long to get thru the long lines, change your money before going thru immigration,we were told once inside there was no money exchange, and dont forget the customs card filled out before immigration as we witnessed several people delayed!! )

    Enjoy the hotel and Vancouver,we did

    Extraordinary Hospitality!


    There is no other place to stay in vancouver if you really want top flight accommodation AND a home away from home. Not to mention free local calls and high speed internet in all rooms. I have porbably stayed there 25 times in the poast sevral years and will do so even when my buisness is in another part of town closer to other hotels. the reason? The staff, primarily. They will do most anything not just to please, but to meet whateevr your particualr needs are. There's a very nice complimentary continental breakfast and a good sauna, whirlpool rec room atop (no swimming pool).

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown Vancouver

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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