Oceanside Hotel Vancouver
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOceanside Hotel Vancouver
This was a very convenient location closed to Stanley Park and other tourist spots easy walking distance to shops and restaurants
Customer Service was excellent rooms were very comfortable the underground car park was a bit cramped but we managed to park a large SUV I would recommend this hotel to anyone but if you are looking for 5 star with spa baths and brass fittings look somewhere else this is just a comfortable honest hotel
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This was a very short stay in Vancouver as we were moving the Vancouver Island the next day we hope to be returning for a longer stay next year when we will be taking a cruise to Alaska
*3 pairs of socks
*giant beach hat (it folds well enough and since I already had one I figured I'd just bring it instead of having to buy a new one in Thailand)
Some more generic photos of how it all fits together, although I won't go into much detail about that because where I put things is sort of a complicated mess that I understand and that's what is important.
... to me, she replies. The elevator to the hotel lobby is just beyond the buses and although we register very early, they let us check in with an upgrade to a harbor view room. From here we can see the Solstice. We are on the 20th floor and the room seems to rock as if we are still on the ship. We don't have our land legs back yet.
After checking in, we buy tickets to the Hop on Hop off Trolley. These cars are originally from San Francisco. We took the trolley to ...
... just become an uncle.....god help that child haha. Joes apartment was ace. Drinking some canadian beers while watching people skate to good music was really fun. The place had a good vibe about it. I was laughing to myself cause there was this dude on the ramp who was wearing on of those floppy beanie hats thT was bright green and a red t shirt so all i could think of was he looked like a bottle of sriracha hot sauce on a skateboard. One of andrews mates was pretty boozey and ...
... for the delights of the real BC wilderness which starts just a skip across the water to the north.
Some of the architecture has to be more recent than my last visit: is there a term for the new breed of curvy complex-form glass buildings that abound these days? I guess computer-aided design has enabled such shapes, where each floor is different, to no longer be prohibitively expensive. So the new hotel going up down the street has ...