Suzy was responsive and made sure we had everything we needed. The house is cute and well-appointed with off-street parking in the back. We visited in February and the weather was extremely cold. The home is older and the mini-split HVAC struggled to keep the house warm and comfortable. All in all, ...
Loved the pillows and the breakfast. Had to walk up stairs with my arthritic knees because the sole elevator was temporarily out of whack. This was reallly the pits!! Why not install two elevators, instead of just one for goodness sake? So even if one goes out of whack, the other can take over the ...
I requested a room with parking but it was not included.
We used the condo to house our bride and groom-to-be, as it was close to both our own home and the reception venue. The couple loved the condo as a place to hang out with close family and get away from the hubbub. The bride and her cousin loved the free facial and purchased products from Rosy Glow ...
It's an older facility with newly updated rooms. The managers were very nice.
Friendly staff, many amenities. Nice pool and plenty of vomfy cornets to hide and read a good book.
Front desk staff was awesome. Very attentive and polite.
George C. Marshall House is a wonderful attraction for history enthusiasts.
While you may not have heard of Vancouver, the destination it is located in, you're probably familiar with the state capital, Olympia, 100 miles away.
If you're thinking about staying someplace nearby, you'll find 10 accommodation options within 2 miles of George C. Marshall House. Try the Residence Inn Marriott Portland North Harbour, the Homewood Suites by Hilton Vancouver-Portland and the Courtyard by Marriott Portland North Harbour. They're just 2 miles, 1 mile and 2 miles away, respectively.
Travelers acquainted with words such as "thrifty" and 'budget-savvy,' will be thrilled to learn that there are a couple of economical hotels in the vicinity. You won't have a great distance to travel to reach the Comfort Inn & Suites Downtown Vancouver. Conveniently, it's just 0.2 miles away. The Econo Lodge Vancouver is another hotel that can be found about 0.4 miles away.
Put your feet up and satisfy your taste buds at Black Rock Coffee Bar, a popular pit-stop a short walk from George C. Marshall House. For a more substantial meal, reserve a table at Black Angus Steakhouse, another close-by establishment that's popular with visitors. If you're not ready to call it a night, venture to Niche Wine Bar.
If you want to take public transportation to George C. Marshall House, jump on a train and then jump off at Vancouver. The stop is 1 mile from the attraction.