Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites North Vancouver
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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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