English Bay Hotel

Address: 1150 Denman Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6G 2M9, Canada | Inn
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This inn, located in the West End area of Vancouver, is near English Bay Beach, Denman, Bayshore Rentals, and Roedde House Museum.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsEnglish Bay Hotel Vancouver

      Reviewed by seznz

      Wonderful Hotel

      Reviewed Sep 7, 2013
      by (10 reviews) Christchurch , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

      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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      TripAdvisor Reviews English Bay Hotel Vancouver

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      A travel blog entry by jill.cycle on Mar 06, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      I woke up this morning to find it raining so I mated a quick dash into ' Dollars and Cents' and bought a 2 dollar umbrella which has been invaluable as the rain did not stop all day! This morning I caught the' Hop on Hop off' bus to explore Vancouver. The driver gives a commentary about the area, it's very interactive. Initially I was the only one …

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      A travel blog entry by jill.cycle on Mar 05, 2014

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      After saying goodbye to Cailin and Chris in Whistler, I traveled to Vancouver with Greyhound, then caught the bus to English Bay. The transport system here is very good and all of the streets are well signed. After settling in to the hotel I headed out to explore Stanley Park. Was unsure if I would go to the Aquarium so made a snap decision to go …

      Nudes and Riots

      A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jun 14, 2014

      4 photos

      ... We had wondered why Ali had been telling us of his long visit to Australia last year, but now we know.

      Whilst walking around on the tour we heard lots of yelling and tooting. Surely not another riot. No, it wasn't. Just a group of about 100 nude cyclists riding around, complete with a full (clothed) police escort. Only in Vancouver. Found out later that it's the day of the annual World Naked Bike Ride. Now I'm sure you were all ...

      I've cracked Canada...

      A travel blog entry by jckmorley on Apr 28, 2014

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      ... survive over here, worry I wont make any friends (I've had a solid friend group since primary school so never had a problem of being on my own) worry that this might have been all a waste of time but after a short conversation with Clay recently its given me perspective on my time here and the journey ahead. There is no point worrying about these sorts of things, things happen and you've just got to go with the flow and everything will work out in the end, and as of ...

      A You Sure You Want To Do This?

      A travel blog entry by dorteandy on Mar 17, 2013

      ... For financial reasons, we changed our dream to last 7 months instead of 12 months, which we feel very comfortable about. We do not have to sell the house and put all our belongings into storage, and we will have our home and own things to come back to, which we think will make the transition much easier than having to find a new place to live. It will be difficult enough as it is. Andy has a ...

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