English Bay Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEnglish Bay Hotel Vancouver
The English Bay Hotel may not look much from the outside, however room I stayed in was large, it had a kitchen with stove, fridge, microwave, plates & cutlery. There was a lot of storage and free wifi (always important when travelling). But what makes English Bay Hotel "A Great Experience" is that if you are lucky enough to get a streetside room, then the view alone is worth way more than what the roomrate is.
I had a wonderful view of English Bay and every night the sunset was simply spectacular. Even the day where there was rain & a thunderstorm!! This alone gives this hotel a 5 star rating from me. It was definitely a room with a view.
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