Ramada Hotel & Suites Metrotown
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Hotel & Suites Metrotown Vancouver
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... laid out & maintained. Half of it is forest with paths throughout. Cedars and maples are just some of the trees there. Then there are manicured rose gardens and other beautifully laid out areas. It also is on the end of the peninsula so has a path all along the sea wall which is shared by pedestrians, cyclists & roller bladers, and even geese crossing. There is also a horse riding trail. At the beaches we were intrigued to see large logs laid out in rows. These are ...
... or taking in a lazy breakfast at a cafe. The areas we have seen have been very clean and airy and not really a lot of traffic or fumes.
Granville island has markets and reminded us very much of a Melbourne or Adelaide market. The food stalls were divine with Canadian salmon in various ways including maple syrup smoked which of course I had to sample. Nice but not as moist as you get at home. We decided to grab an early lunch and spoilt for choice we ...
... in it was into the elevator to the 8th floor and into my room!!
Well, this hotel room was simply more than a room, it was simply massive and more for some millionaire rather than some Scottish tourist such as myself. As if the room in Toronto was not great enough, this place was like a king’s palace. In fact it was so good that I was afraid to even touch anything.
As it was not even 10am yet I decided to simply sit back and relax for a while ...
... ever has to stay a night in Vancouver, check this place out. It is very classy and has free chai tea in the lobby. Free samples make every situation better. However, don't be fooled by the snack bar right beside the free tea samples. The snacks are definitely not free.
Tonight we are sleeping in comfy beds, and very early tomorrow morning we are flying into Mexico. ...
... down a dusty corridor, which leads, you guessed it, to another sign. We follow that sign and enter another corridor with big posters saying ALL VISITORS MUST REPORT TO THE SITE OFFICE. A smaller sign points us down yet another corridor. After about twenty minutes and ten more detours we finally reach a boarding area lifted straight from the 1960’s. I picture the conversation between the Air Canada executives and ...