Georgian Court Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
Photos of Georgian Court Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsGeorgian Court Hotel Vancouver
Very comfy pillows, generous room and all things women...yoga mat, GHD, Aveda products including bath salts, the latest magazines...all you need for a 'happy wife - happy life' stay really.
The hotel was about a 5 block walk from Robson Street (shopping) and Gastown (trendy restaurants and shopping).
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
Historical Traveler Reviews Georgian Court Hotel Vancouver
Value and comfort at the Georgian Court
The Georgian Court is an excellent choice for a stay in Vancouver. The rooms are spacious and comfortable and the service is both polite and friendly. Parking is reasonable and convenient. We would certainly stay here again!
I recommend the Georgian Court Hotel
The GCH was a good experience for me. A good location right next to the incredible library in Vancouver. The restaurant part of the hotel I highly recommend and is a chance to meet the owner who personally greets all restaurant guests. I would have no hesitation about being a repeat customer and would recommend it to either family or friends.
A good value
I was looking for a good value in Vancouver and I found it in the Georgian Court. There is no view -- except of the BC Place Arena. Plus the concrete factory across the street starts at 7 am with noisy work. But the rooms are very nice. So I would recommend this hotel. The cost ($169CDN) was a real value.
Money well spent
Stayed here three nights early March, 2005. Paid $100 Cdn plus tax per night, using Expedia. Booked a King bed but received two doubles instead. That was the only drawback.
Hotel does not have a fancy lobby nor amenities, although it is associated with a good Swiss-style restaurant and two other more general style restaurants.
This is a clean hotel, looks like recently painted. Room was clean. Double bed was terrific - new mattress, comfortable / luxurious duvet cover, 4 fluffy pillows per bed. Everything is done well - clean, recently reno'd and good service. Friendly staff, who make an effort to say hello.
Location is not the best - but you're only about 5 or 6 small blocks from the hub of retail activity. Very good value, in an absolutely beautiful city.
Loved the Georgian Court Hotel
I stayed at the Georgian Court Hotel last weekend and was very impressed. I chose the hotel because of the location, near the GM Place, and was thrilled. The staff at the Front Desk was extremely friendly and helpful. Having only seen photos on their website, I was very impressed with the large standard guest room. The room was very clean with wonderful bedcoverings and pillows, as well as a comfortable mattress. The bathroom was clean and had plenty of towels. Room service was fast and friendly as our order came to our room in under 30 minutes. We had breakfast at the Bistro in the hotel and throughly enjoyed our meals. I recommend this hotel and will definitely stay here again!
Georgian Court Hotel
A charming hotel within walking distance to the ferry stop @ Yaletown, also the skytrain which takes you to Gastown, and you can walk to the Vancouver Art Museum and the beautiful library which is a great source for info about the city. Go see Storyeum which is an underground presentation of the history of Vancouver with great photos and live performances. Granville Island was nice and had a great meal at Bridges restaurant. People were friendly and the weather was decent for November. My only compalint is the taxes in Canada. I will go back in the summer to see the more of the city.
Great rates, good location
A group of us went to Vancouver to attend the Opera last month. This hotel offered a special "opera rate" which was $89.00 Canadian. The hotel had a small lobby but great rooms and REALLY comfortable beds. All the staff were friendly and helpful. There was one restaurant in the hotel, and many places to choose from in the neighborhood, the well-known Yaletown. We took Amtrak from Seattle because we didn't need a car-the hotel was only a 3 minute walk to the Theater. It was also convenient to many other areas. We would definitely stay here again.
Very comfortable hotel
my husband and I spent one night at the georgian court after a cruise down from alaska. staff was super friendly, and there was no problem checking in early.. about 10 a.m.
the room was spacious, (especially after our cabin) beautifully furnished, with a good mattress, fine quality sheets and pillows.. real luxury after the cruise.
location is great for walking, close to chinatown, gas district, and yaletown..
would definitely stay there again.
Very satisified with the Georgian Court
This is a really nice little hotel in a great location. The room was comfortable and very clean, the staff extremely friendly and helpful,and the price was very reasonable. We walked everywhere we needed to go. There were always taxis available at the front entrance for anyone who needed one. I would definitely stay here again on my next trip to Vancouver.
I have stayed at the Georgian Court hotel twice in the past two years for business.Staff have all been friendly, breakfast is good, rooms are spacious and clean. No complaints.Within walking distance to go to the hockey games. Restaurants are a short walk away, as well as shopping.
TripAdvisor Reviews Georgian Court Hotel Vancouver
Travel Blogs from Vancouver
... longer route to get the bike in ($CAD50 handling fee) and then convincing them we didn't have to pay another $CAD200 for the extra bags (thanks to Koru Membership) but our check-in person was very helpful, knowledgeable and asked all the right questions, so that was good! We then met up with Party C who had - unbelievably - had their first large stone-chip in the windshield on the approach road to the airport drop off! Three days of mountain driving and not a scratch, ...
... coming back was even more amazing than on the way. Without question the most scenic journey I’ve ever made.
As we had stopped to take pictures numerous times on the way back (they have signposts telling you there is a beautiful viewpoint every 10 minutes) we got back to Budget a little later than planned and we needed to get across to Richmond for 7pm for The Simpsons quiz and we had yet to eat. We eventually got the met back, nipped to buy me some ...
... with a hop along wasn't so bad as we had to wait for the plane to empty to get the wheelchair, this was replaced with a buggy and we sped through the terminal to the front of the immigration queue and the same again at the baggage carousel and customs! Clive was most impressed, think soome of our plane probably still at the ...
... the rain and mist comes in harder as the land flattens out. The mountains become higher and snowier on the right hand side, with large snow patches lower down, and snow fields higher up.
We cross a decent sized running stream at the head of the inlet, see a very broad plain of very green vegetation, probably very boggy. At Portage (mile 64) we part ways with the road and the coast, and the rail line to Whittier splits off to the left, and we start the ...
... accidentally overslept, but luckily the girls woke us up and we were still quite in time at school. I didn't want to miss that, because two of the kids in Chloe's class even made me a card and gave me piece of chocolate. That was super cute.
Beside that, I've been cutting hearts, red, pink and blue ones. Mrs Clarke had a few for the kids to do some nice small projects with, but they used them all. So we both made them more and ...