Quality Hotel Vancouver
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My stay was with my family of four and it was slightly cramped. The service was good and I enjoyed my room greatly, but the bathroom needed remodeling because the ceiling was damaged and so was the walls. The food was delicious and the fact that they separated the bar from the family dining area was considerate and the service was fabulous. I say that if it was a traveling couple who wanted to get away, Help yourself!! But as a family of four, it wasn't quite as comfortable as I would have like.
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