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STAFF WAS VERY FRIENDLY, I LIKED THAT EVERYTHING WAS CLOSE BY. I WOULD DEF STAY HERE AGAIN.
Century Plaza Hotel & Spa$226Century Plaza Hotel & Spa$226
This Hotel is in a great location, close enough to the harbour, parks and shopping with its own parking available if travelling by car. It has smaller but adequate sized "Green (environmental) " rooms, small bathroom etc but comfortable beds.
The Listel Hotel Vancouver$237The Listel Hotel Vancouver$237
This was our first time to Vancouver and we needed something centrally located. The flat is in a walkable location and also has a parking spot if needed (we did rent a car for a couple of days of our stay to go skiing). Owner is responsive and gave good instructions on how to pick up keys and access ...
We enjoyed staying here very much and tried to extend but hotel fully booked
Had about 4 days in Vancouver and seeing lots of people.. this was the perfect location and set up...
Wish the beds were more comfortable. Other than that everything was good.
The staff were great, the hotel is outdated and grungy.
Very nice agent at check in. He upgraded us to a queen suite with a water view.
Sandman Suites Vancouver on Davie$169Sandman Suites Vancouver on Davie$169
Quaint place really close to Stanley Park and the waterfront. We walked everywhere! Price is great for Vancouver but you have to know it's shared bathrooms (shower and toilets are down the hall) sink in each room is helpful. Loud through the night as neighbours used the facilities. Otherwise our ...
The Buchan Hotel$80The Buchan Hotel$80
Trying to plan your next ski vacation? Here at Expedia, we know exactly what you are looking for. We have 404 hotels in West End from $80 to $240. 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!