Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites North Vancouver
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Hotel & Suites North Vancouver
Fantastic place to stay for preparation for the BC MTB race. They have been more than accommodating for those with bikes allowing us to bring our expensive bikes into our rooms without any drama - even provide cleaning opportunities with both bike and muddy clothes.
Churchill's bar is also a great place to wind down as are the pool and spa.
Definitely would stay again if biking here again.
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Arrived in Vancouver this morning after an uneventful flight though their movie choice was poor - Hotel Grand Budapest and Rush the only decent choices.
Arrived at the hotel by 9am and unpacked the bikes and got into our room early allowing us to get onto the local trails by 11am or rather 4am Aussie time. We just guessed where to go but ended …
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... much sums up the first day since we simply crashed once we saw the big comfy beds.
So, I managed to get to Vancouver with little problem, although I cut myself a total of three times already... wonder what I'll look like once I'm finished this trip!!!
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