Robsonstrasse Hotel And Suites - Vancouver49.28775, -123.12997
A 20-minute walk from Vancouver Playhouse, Robsonstrasse Hotel And Suites is a 2-star comfortable property offering an individual accommodation. The building was renovated in 2011.
The hotel is approximately 20 minutes' walk from Museum of Vancouver. The venue is 4 km away from the city center.
Guests can visit a church, a cathedral and a museum as well as an oceanarium and a stadium close by.
A 10-minute drive will take guests to Coal Harbour airport.
The hotel offers 48 rooms. They are fitted with free Wi-Fi, a safe, a mini-refrigerator, a kitchen and a work desk. Some rooms at Robsonstrasse Hotel And Suites have a view over the city. Guests can make use of en suite bathrooms with a bathtub, a shower and a hairdryer.
Eat & Drink
Serving Japanese and Chinese specialties, Japanese Village Restaurant is about 100 meters away.
Robsonstrasse Hotel And Suites welcomes guests, offering a safe deposit box, an elevator and parking along with a business center and a meeting room.
Active travelers will appreciate fitness classes and a gym available on site.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
High-speed internet access is available in the hotel rooms at CAD 6.95 per day.
Public parking is possible on site at CAD 12.60 per day.
Year renovated: 2011. Number of rooms: 48.
CAD 12.60 per day
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness centre
- Dry cleaning
- Business centre
- Air conditioning
- City landmarks
The location was prime.
The price was outrageous but it was Pride Parade and Fireworks. Our hotel room smelled very musty and old. The ac broke but was able to be fixed. The Elevator was so old and broke down while we were there.
Good location , clean large room , manager helped find parking for large truck
Was accused of extra people staying and attempted to charge me extra . Owner/ manager was very arrogant and argumentative. Was asked to make sure no drugs were being done in room . Very awkward as the hallway smelled of marijuana. We were called at 10 am as a reminder that checkout was at 11 never had that happen before anywhere else . The room I booked was given to other guests whom he explained were staying longer . I did not get my king room but paid same price . Overall I did not feel welcomed or wanted .I was made to feel that my stay and reservation through Booked.net was an inconvience .
The hotel is in a convenient spot right downtown Vancouver on Robson Street.
This hotel badly needs to be updated. The common areas are worn and out of date and the booking said there was a hot tub but there was no hot tub when we arrived. This is not a $200 a night hotel. It amazes me that they are able to charge so much in the summer time. About $80 a night would be a fair price. If I had seen this hotel in person, I would not have booked it for $200 a night.
The location was excellent
The air conditioner was more like a room decoration. No matter what, it did nothing. Whether set on high, or low, fan or ac, regardless of the fact that I took the filter out and cleaned it, it did absolutely nothing. We came to town in late July so it was hot. The ac needed to be working. Either make the ac work or stop saying your rooms include ac. My room was 303
It was only the available hotel from may 30 to jun 4, 2011 which is near the venue of my seminar.
Price is high. You can find cheaper hotels with better facilities.
I travel the world on business (shanghai, hong kong, mumbai, us, etc.) and I was excited about visiting Vancouver for the first time. Do to a booking error by my office, I was left to find a hotel last minute. With the Stanley Cup in town and a large international conference, there were only a few rooms left in the whole city! That is how I stumbled upon the Robsonstrasse. I blindly made a reservation and hoped for the best. This was the worst hotel experience I have ever had. My 'suite' included a coach that looked like it was bought at a rummage sale, a 20 tv with a remote that didnt work, a plastic underlining of the sheets (you know for bed wetters?), an exposed circuit breaker which was to be used by the hotel guest for the times when the power went out in the room (as it often did if you used the microwave and the inwindow air unit at the same time), the maid didnt come until 5-6pm at night, and I couldnt plug my computer into the wall outlet without turning on the lightswitch to the entire room! Do not ever stay here, even if its free.
Very hard bed, not enough pillows, had a kitchen but no dishes, kettle or anything you would find in a kitchen
I stayed wery short but rooms were very clean and very quite although you are by robson street. Great place / location and very good value
The room was clean and comfortable. Very quiet.
Lobby and common area's could be a little neater.
Great staff very friendly and helpful. Good location within walking distance of shops harbour sites and stanley park . Good family feel . Slightly old fashioned decor but the wonderful staff helped Recommend
Only issue was the cost of international call but probably my mistake not inquiring first !
La gentillesse du personnel, la situation idéale (rue passante et commerciale), près de tout, bus, restos, magasins...Le microonde, grande chambre avec canapé et lit, le frigo, la laverie en bas
Le prix est un peu élévé pour cette catégorie mais à Vancouver , les prix d'hôtel sont tous très élevés!
Sauberes, einfaches Hotel. Sehr gutes Preis-Leistungs Verhältnis. Das Personal war sehr zuvorkommend und freundlich. Am Ende einer der grossen Strassen in Vancouver, also auch zu Fuss nicht weit von den Touristenattraktionen weg (sonst Bushaltestelle 50 Meter entfernt).
Assez bien situé.
Il n'y avait pas de petit déjeuner puisque la pièce était en réparation. Aucun dédommagement n'a été offert.
Die Lage ist sehr gut für Städtereisen.
Das Hotel ist völlig überteuert. Der Komfort ist mit einem billigen Motel gleichzusetzen. Der Besitzer verlangt bei einer Verkürzung des Aufenthalts eine Gebühr in der Höhe einer übernachtung.