Times Square Suites Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTimes Square Suites Hotel Vancouver
Perfect location, facilities and friendly staff. Totally secure.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Times Square Suites Hotel Vancouver
The hotel was everything they said on Tripadvisor!
It was only 5 minutes'walk to Stanley Park and Second Beach, and across the street there is Safeway the supermarket and a very famous local Japanese restaurant. The coffee shop downstair serve excellent coffee and cheese cakes.
We had a wonderful stay at Times Square, thought our friends who stay on the rooms facing Robson Street complained of the noises, our room at the back of the building was excellent!
I was very plased I booked the Times Square Suites on the recommendations from this page and I'm sure we will return. The rooms were well laid out, all spotlessly clean, the kitchen fully equiped, staff very helpful, the location was brillant at the end Robson street and so close to the water front and Stanley Park.
The only negative about our lovely suite was having a room at the back, although quiet and having a view almost to the water, was that when you looked down there is a small carpark and a lot of bins! But this in no way spoilt our stay.
THE place to stay in Vancouver.
Had a great 2 night stay in a one bedroom suite while visiting Vancouver last weekend. We had plenty of room, and loved all the extras that come with an apartment style hotel (kitchen, washer/dryer, stereo, etc). Location was perfect...Stanley Park a few blocks away, and at the corner of two of the more popular streets in the city. Both Bojangles Cafe and Tapastree are located at street level in the building, and should not be missed. We enjoyed excellent meals at both places. We will definitely return to the Times Square Suites the next time we head to Vancouver (awesome city, by the way). Book well in advance...
Our Vancouver Home
My conundrum was how to comfortably accommodate my husband, myself, and our 15yo son without having to pay for two hotel rooms during our Vancouver vacation. I searched high and low and all my hard work paid off the minute I learned of the two bedroom suites at Times Square Suites.
Our son had his own (albeit small) room and we had our privacy, all for less than the cost of one room in most downtown hotels. On top of that, the well-equipped kitchen, the fireplace, the washer/dryer, the entertainment center in the living room and TV in the master bedroom, and the small balcony made us feel at home in the most beautiful city in North America.
The bike rental shops are so close by that we took a most relaxing and resplendent ride through Stanley Park immediately since the park is only about a block away. Go less than a half a block in any direction in this great West End location and you'll encounter restaurants from all over the world. Our favorite was at street level below our apartment, Bojangles. We sat at the sidewalk cafe for hours just noshing and people-watching. This area is teeming with life morning, noon and night and we loved it. We never heard any of it from our 3rd floor apartment facing the rear. And having a Safeway a half block away kept us supplied with breakfast food and snacks.
We all agree that this was our favorite vacation spot and the quality experience we had at Times Square Suites had a great deal to do with that.
My recent stay at the Times Square Suites while vacationing in Vancouver was a wonderful experience. The suite we stayed in was a one-bedroom apartment with a full kitchen and a washer/dryer that was priced at or below hotel rooms in the city. The suite was unbelievably clean and the location was unbeatable. We felt like residents of the city instead of tourists. There were tons of great restaurants and shopping right outside the door and the underground parking was secure and easily accessible. The only complaint I have at all is that the bed was a bit hard, but that is definitely a small detail compared to all the positive aspects of this facility.
Superb rooms and service!
If you love the West End, this is a reasonably priced place to stay - with a full kitchen, washer/dryer, air conditioning and Internet access in every spacious suite. My husband and I have been staying here twice a year for about four years because it's so close to Stanley Park and it's terrific value for money. Although there is some street noise, which is to be expected at the corner of Robson and Denman, I've never heard noise from the other suites or the establishments on the first floor. Unlike apartments we've stayed at in other countries, this place is run like a hotel. The staff are pleasant, helpful, and knowledgeable. The rooms are clean and comfortable. It's walking distance to Stanley Park, English Bay, dozens of excellent restaurants, shopping, and major bus routes. It's our favourite place to stay when we're in Vancouver.
Just the Best!!!
My husband and I stayed in a one bedroom suite at this hotel and found it to be fantastic. We stayed there for about a week before our cruise to Alaska. Immaculate accommodations, and having a washer and dryer right in our apartment was great since we stayed there a week and still had a week to go for our cruise. The people were very nice and we get a Christmas card every year since our stay in August of 2003. Nice fireplace in the living room, and a small balcony off our apartment was great. Our apartment was away from the busy street side, so once inside our digs we were not aware of being right in the middle of it all. We were able to walk virtually everywhere because of the great location, and truly enjoyed the fantastic city of Vancouver. We plan another trip there in the future, and when we do, we will definitely stay at the Times Square Suites. We loved it there!
The Best for the Price
Ended up moving to Times Square after a bad night at the Sandman Suites on Davie. Receptionist was delightful, very informative and let us check in early.
Even though it is at a busy intersection (Robson and Denman) there was hardly a peep. It was wonderful having and in-suite washer and drier, and dishwasher.
Biggest bonus was unlimited free local calling!! Previous hotel was charging $0.50 + tax.
Would recommend anyone staying in Vancouver to stay here and will probably never stay in any other hotel in Vancouver myself.
Wonderful Home Away From Home
Great location at the corner of Robson and Denman streets. Restaurants, shopping, and Stanley Park are all within walking distance. The two bedroom suite comes with a kitchen and washer & dryer. The staff was extremely courteous, and they even had a bouquet of flowers waiting for my parent's wedding anniversary when we walked into the room. Parking is available for an extra charge in a secure garage located under the hotel. I would definitely stay at the Times Square Suites again.
Times Square Suites right by Stanley Park
I had a wonderful 2 week stay at Times Square Suites, just 2 blocks from Stanley Park at Robson and Denman. The apartment had everything you could want, including a well equipped kitchen. It was very clean, and very quiet. Even a gas fireplace to keep you cozy! The location is great, near shopping on Robson and Denman, with plenty of restaurants, cleaners, and a grocery nearby. The roof top patio was nice with a gas grill for your use also, and it too was spotless! I will definitely stay there again, it was a perfect home away from home! Being so close to the Park was the best part, don't miss the chance to take a daily jog or walk there!
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