Sail Date: August 2019
The hotel was located in the downtown area so we were able to go out and walk around the area. The rooms were comfortable and spacious.
The hotel was located in the downtown area so we were able to go out and walk around the area. The rooms were comfortable and spacious. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2019
Very much enjoyed exploring Vancouver, BC and especially liked the trolley that went around town. Chinatown and Gastown neighborhoods were very fun, and Granville Island needed more than the couple of hours we allotted. Stanley Park was ... Read More
Very much enjoyed exploring Vancouver, BC and especially liked the trolley that went around town. Chinatown and Gastown neighborhoods were very fun, and Granville Island needed more than the couple of hours we allotted. Stanley Park was gorgeous with lots to do and see (including totem poles, the seawall, statues, beautiful rose garden, etc.). Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2019
Did our own touring - bike ride in Stanley Park and 5 mile hike in Lynn Canyon. Awesome!
Did our own touring - bike ride in Stanley Park and 5 mile hike in Lynn Canyon. Awesome! Read Less
Sail Date: July 2019
We stayed overnight in the Holiday Inn Airport and highly recommend it .. the staff were friendly and the bed was the most comfortable that I have ever slept in. Tip: take the free shuttle from the hotel back to the airport and pick up ... Read More
We stayed overnight in the Holiday Inn Airport and highly recommend it .. the staff were friendly and the bed was the most comfortable that I have ever slept in. Tip: take the free shuttle from the hotel back to the airport and pick up the Sky train at the airport for the trip to the cruise port, paid just over $13 USD for the both of us - well worth it as it is a quick, easy, very economical and comfortable way to get to Canada Place. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2019
there is so much to do and see i recommenced getting a day ticket for the water bus. this will take you to Granville island which has shops, bars & markets. also down to village & Paul Lam park. the ticket lasts all day and is ... Read More
there is so much to do and see i recommenced getting a day ticket for the water bus. this will take you to Granville island which has shops, bars & markets. also down to village & Paul Lam park. the ticket lasts all day and is great value. Gastown is a must just for the steam clock. Downtown is also great for a wide variety of restaurants and bars Read Less
Sail Date: July 2019
Excellent city tour before cruise. Picked up at hotel and dropped off at the ship.
Excellent city tour before cruise. Picked up at hotel and dropped off at the ship. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2019
A very large city. We had family there, so did our own touring. We very much liked the Sea to Sky Gondola, a walk through Gastown; drive through Stanley Park, boat cruise to Indian Arm. For a truly shocking and horrific view, take a drive ... Read More
A very large city. We had family there, so did our own touring. We very much liked the Sea to Sky Gondola, a walk through Gastown; drive through Stanley Park, boat cruise to Indian Arm. For a truly shocking and horrific view, take a drive down East Hastings Street, very near Gastown. You will appreciate your life much more. Read Less
14 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
Much within walking distance and easy to reach places via taxi. The cruise terminal fed into the convention center which was lovely. Easy disembarkation.
Much within walking distance and easy to reach places via taxi. The cruise terminal fed into the convention center which was lovely. Easy disembarkation. Read Less
12 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
We were docked two days. We took a taxi to the Anthropological Museum. If you go, be sure to walk around outside. By the way, there are no Ubers or Lyfts in British Columbia. Maybe in 2020. Cabs seem pretty reasonable.
We were docked two days. We took a taxi to the Anthropological Museum. If you go, be sure to walk around outside. By the way, there are no Ubers or Lyfts in British Columbia. Maybe in 2020. Cabs seem pretty reasonable. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
Considering they were running three ships through at the same time, it went pretty well and fairly quickly.
Considering they were running three ships through at the same time, it went pretty well and fairly quickly. Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2019
Basic hop on and off. Hardest part was getting to it with no wheelchair assistance getting of ship. Otherwise worked fine.
Basic hop on and off. Hardest part was getting to it with no wheelchair assistance getting of ship. Otherwise worked fine. Read Less

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