The hotel was built in 1908 (so is not a new, fancy building) and has two fine restaurants. The room, with one queen-size bed, was rather small but certainly adequate for a single traveler. Clean, pleasant, simple accommodations. The bathroom
was updated, and high-speed wireless Internet was free.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
A short walk from the Vancouver City Center mall, which has a food court.
Hotel is in the entertainment area of downtown Vancouver. The hotel is older but is clean. The room was very small but we had everything we needed. Comfortable bed,iron,safe,mini fridge,coffee etc. Only thing missing was a table or desk, and only
had 1 chair.
No room service, but has restaurants in the building.
Is a good spot if you will be out and about most of the time and like to walk. I will stay again. Good value as hotel's closer to the water and tourist areas are about $200 more per night.
I booked this hotel for about $150/night including taxes. Vancouver is a very expensive city so I thought this price was fair for what I got. Somewhat shabby, but it was clean and comfortable. Great location and helpful staff.
Moda is located very close to the heart of downtown, far enough that it's not directly in the center but close enough to take a short stroll to. Nice location, the staff was very nice and helpful. Only minor dislike is a very funky smell in the
hallways as soon as you leave your room and the bed was not very well made. Other than that, price is OK considering the location, but nothing extraordinary.
This place is quite pricey for what you get. It's pretty lean on amenities and seems a bit on the dirty side. Parking is not complimentary and is located a block away (no valet). Location is top notch though as you're right in the middle of the
hustle and bustle.