Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Photos of Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel Surrey
I stayed in this hotel for 3 times :)
Its one of the very good hotel in Surrey area.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel Surrey
Travel Blogs from Surrey
... s raining eh?” And they signify agreement with a “ya” as in “the rain’s cold eh?” “ya.” Ok, so people in Minnesota say much the same thing, but you get my point.
Anyway, I must admit there are times when I get a little confused about which country I’m in. Take today for instance. Kirsty is out visiting, so Nanette and I are off on a ...
... t see the damage.
John has the most comprehensive miniature whiskey collection I have ever seen. One so rare it's kept in the safe ! Can't help thinking its a shame not to sample them if one liked a wee dram but that's never going to happen.
It was salutary to drive around seeing both the original dwellings in the area and the plots where they have been replaced by one or even two enormous ...
... to Milwaukee's worst area. One of these guys had gone to school at Madison many years ago. I could tell they were also impressed I had done my homework on Vancouver.
After my wine, I made my way back to Chinatown. I was hesitant to take out my camera because I didn't want to look like a tourist until I realized I am pasty and blond and clearly didn't look like I was a Chinatown native and would look like a tourist even without a camera. I decided ...
... cold and flu drugs and caffeine. I took a deep breath and marched toward the skytrain. Away we go.
Two buses and the Seabus later, Trish, John and I approached the trailhead with trepidation. We stretched and limbered up before taking some happy before pictures and off we set. I kept pace with the pair for most of the first quarter (seemingly the longest) but soon sent them off ahead, promising to keep in touch on my progress by text – easy to do using ...
... in Fido’s so everyone else be warned and please try there first.
Walking round the central shopping area we were very surprised to see so many beggars and homeless people and other down and outs around. Worse than in UK but we didn't think that Canada had been hit so hard. Many were quite aggressive beggars which was a little alarming, but we saw one lady begging with her pet rabbit on a lead. We were told that the drug problem is very severe ...