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This is my second stay at Century Plaza, and it will not be my last. It is relatively close to everything downtown has to offer, with a short walk to the waterfront. Perfect for everyone, with a fantastic Italian steakhouse C|Prime in the lobby. One note for those with scent sensitivity issues, is ...
Century Plaza Hotel & Spa$116Century Plaza Hotel & Spa$116
Very upscale feel to the hotel for the price. Loved everything about it. Staff were amazing!
The hotel interiors look very dated. Parking spots are limited and very hard to get into unless you drive a compact car. Other than that our stay was good. The location of the hotel is very close to lot of dinning spots.
Riviera on Robson Suites Hotel Downtown Vancouver$82Riviera on Robson Suites Hotel Downtown Vancouver$82
Hotel was under renovations but we needed a place for the night so we tried it. They were very friendly and accommodating. We were upgraded to a larger room which was just redone and it was very nice. Had breakfast at Cora's next door and It was a great experience.
Quick and fast check in, maybe due to our flight being delayed from Las Vegas to Canada
An excellent no-frills hotel. Very clean, comfortable room. Excellemt staff. Would stay here again.
We were so lucky to discover the West End Guest House. The hosts were friendly, greeting us with fresh-out-of-the-oven butter tarts and scones. Our room was cozy and comfortable. The lounge was the perfect place to curl up with a good book. And, the breakfast was out-of-this-world amazing. A short ...
Trying to plan your next ski vacation? Here at Expedia, we know exactly what you are looking for. We have 476 hotels in West End from $80 to $116. Whether you want to stay at the hotel on the same property as the slopes, or you would rather find a resort in the city, we can help you and your family make reservations wherever you'd like to be. These will help you to find tricks and tips so you will have a trip to remember!
Traveling with all your snow equipment with you can be costly and heavy, depending on your transportation choice. If you forgot something you need for your time on the mountains, there are sporting goods shops close by that you can swiftly buy some last-minute items once you get to West End. Hopefully you will get to do some shredding on an epic bluebird powder day, or a morning when there's fresh snow on the ground. You'll be elated as you feel the snow on the nose of your skis and the wind in your hair as you fly down the slopes. If it's your first time skiing, even just one lesson can go a long way in getting the most of your ski trip.
After a day in the snow, you just might need some extra time to thaw out. Check with the front desk to see what activities there are in West End to help you get some heat back. They might have some family-friendly ideas, such as checking out the local bowling alley or movie theater, playing board games at the hotel, or roasting s'mores over a bonfire. Maybe they can suggest a few adults-only options too, such as a 21 and up club, a ski-in bar, or an on-site spa. When you decide to call it a day, you will have a freshly-made bed and a room full of amenities to help you have a relaxing night. What are you waiting for? Your ski vacation is just one slope away!