|Distance to city centre||0.4 mi|
|Nearest airport||Vancouver Intl|
|Distance to airport||7.0 mi|
|air conditioning||in 78 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 131 reviews|
|good location||in 356 reviews|
|location in downtown vancouver||in 6 reviews|
|old hotel||in 202 reviews|
|pay for parking||in 46 reviews|
|small room||in 273 reviews|
|sports bar||in 76 reviews|
|staff were friendly||in 287 reviews|
|thumping music||in 12 reviews|
|value for money||in 59 reviews|
|yaletown||in 242 reviews|
Great location, very helpful staff and attention to customer service. Clean and comfortable rooms.
Bathrooms are definitley dated and could use remodeling, but they are clean and functional. Rooms need more lighting (just two desk lamps, which is not enough).
Close to everything downtown, staff was excellent , the room was clean .
Pillows could have been better and looked into there website and saw robes in there gallery pics but asked the front desk if they had robes and didn’t have any?
The staff were warm, helpful, and welcoming. The room was clean and tidy. It is very central to Downtown, Yaletown, and The West End. The price was very good for the time of year as well.
I think I will spring for a nicer hotel next time. There's no nice way to say the bed was barely a real mattress, and the blankets and bedding were like tissue paper. I would recommend it to someone on a tight budget, or to younger people who value price over physical comfort, but overall the bed was uncomfortable. The rooms are also painted red which I found weird.
Location was nice and able to walk to a lot of places.
Although discounted parking was available that wasn’t known until after I had checked in and already found and paid for parking.
Good price for a great location!
It was the location that I loved most. I just walked to where I needed to go and it's near everywhere.
Nothing to not like.
It it centrally located to the Granville strip so it's close for all the nightlife
The elevator was broken, the walls are paper thin you can hear everything and because the building is old the floor creaks BADLY! The people above us kept us up all night and day walking around right above our bed. Their floor/our ceiling was a night mare! I had to call the front desk twice to complain and try to get them to stop pacing yet nothing happened. It's a cute neiche hotel but I wouldn't go back.
Central location in a small, upgraded but older ho
Close to many restaurants and shopping. A good value overall but only if you plan to be out and about.
Cramped and noisy. Thankfully hotel staff did move us to a higher floor after the first night.
Love the history of the hotel, great staff and a great location.
It may be an old hotel with some cool history, but it could still do with some cleaner finishes like some new carpet and a better paint job.
Beds are uncomfortable
Comfortable bed, easy access to everything in downtown,very near the waterfront where the cruise ships dock.
I would avoid if possible
Location was good Hotel was generally clean
Booked the "Double deluxe queen" only to find that there was only one bed and the "room type" was double. To me that is deceptive advertising and the manager made me pay an upgrade fee to get the room I thought I had booked. The elevator broke for two days while we were there The TV in our room didn't work I will not be returning and would recommend others not stay here.
Wasn't in the room for very long...but overall it was fine. Not flashy...nothing stood out...but no complaints either. Good location. Bed was comfortable enough. Noise was not an issue. Felt safe and secure. Did not try any of the dining options location in the building...but they looked good from the outside. Value for what we paid was acceptable. Would recommend if you needed a place to stay for one night if you were attending a concert or event.
Things that could be improved: Showerhead - unless you are 5 ft 2 inches....it was way to low in our room...should be placed higher. Another electrical outlet would have been nice
Moda Hotel in Vancouver is well-known for two attributes, namely its location in the heart of the city and its competitive rates compared with some of its more well-established, high-class peers in the region. The rooms have a chic flourish with quirky heritage designs. Moda Hotel is situated near Robson Square with several popular tourist destinations located nearby close by. Canada Place and Rogers Arena are at a 14-minute walking distance, while several shops and restaurants are nearby in Downtown Vancouver. Guests can take a 5-minute drive down to English Bay, while Stanley Park is only 3 miles from the property. Rooms at Moda Hotel have comfortable and cozy designs. Every guest room is equipped with a coffee machine, minibar, work desk, and flat-screen television running on cable network. The rooms have attached private bathrooms, each of which offers complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. There’s also a laptop safe available in every room for added security. Moda Hotel is a wonderful place for those who intend to experience some delectable cuisine. Cibo Trattoria offers Italian cuisine amidst a casual environment, while The Red Card Sports Bar features a European style with craft beer and wood-oven pizza being the primary offerings. An espresso café by the name of Uva Wine Bar serves high-quality coffee beverages by day and luxurious cocktails and wine by night. Guests can also have their fill from the onsite liquor store. Guests staying at Moda Hotel are provided options for storing their luggage, while a 24-hour front desk caters to all their travel queries and other issues. Guests can also access the business center at any time to catch up with important work. Those looking for a comfortable and affordable stay in the heart of Vancouver city can consider reserving a room at Moda Hotel.
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|Vancouver Coal Harbour||0.8 mi|
|Vancouver Intl||7 mi|
|Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada||1.1 mi|
|Vancouver Pacific Central Station||1.1 mi|