The staff was very friendly and helpful. They had good restaurant suggestions, arranged a taxi, and... See full review
Jun 13, 2014
Wonderful Hotel Experience from Start to Finish
The front desk staff at this hotel are extremely accommodating and friendly. They allowed us to... See full review
May 31, 2014
Located in the heart of downtown Vancouver��s scenic West End, the Sunset Inn and Suites is an all-suite hotel with some of the largest rooms in the city. A modern high-rise, the hotel has a fabulous location on a quiet residential street. The Sunset Inn & Suites is within easy walking distance to all of downtown Vancouver��s many attractions. It is just a few short blocks from the city��s beaches, English Bay, Stanley Park, Robson Street, the sea wall promenade, the Granville Island Market ferry, sports centers, theatres, shopping, restaurants and nightlife. The hotel��s neighborhood offers a wide spectrum of dining experiences to satisfy every appetite. Offering views of Vancouver��s skyline and mountains, the Sunset Inn��s spacious, well-appointed studios and one bedroom suites all have fully-equipped kitchens (with microwaves and coffee makers), dining areas and private balconies. Also available are complimentary gated parking (a rare downtown amenity!), air-conditioning, non-smoking rooms, maid and concierge services, an exercise room and laundry facilities. The Sunset Inn & Suites, AAA/CAA approved, has an exceptional record of customer satisfaction and repeat guests, whose loyalty is won by an attentive and friendly staff. With its great location and spacious accommodations, the hotel meets the needs of business travelers, families and vacationers searching for good value and a home away from home. The Sunset Inn & Suites is perfect for a few days��or weeks��of business, recreation or relaxation in one of the world��s most beautiful cities. Vancouver City Center -YVR- 1111 Burnaby Street, Vancouver, BC V6E 1P4, Canada
Sunset Inn and Suites Rooms
Larger than most hotel rooms our Studio Suites -500 sq. feet- feature a king bed, separate dining area, fully equipped kitchen with microwave and coffee maker, a private balcony, individual direct dial telephone numbers for each room and the amenities fou
One Bedroom Suite 1 Queen
Our large One Bedroom Suites -650 sq. feet- feature a separate bedroom -king or queen bed-, a living room with a double-size sofa bed, comfortable chair and small desk, a separate dining area, fully equipped kitchen with microwave and coffee maker, a priv
One Bedroom Suite 2 Twins
These large One Bedroom Suites -650 sq. feet- feature a separate bedroom with two twin beds, a living room with a double-size sofa bed, comfortable chair and small desk, a separate dining area, fully equipped kitchen with microwave and coffee maker, a pr
One Bedroom Deluxe Suite
Our Superior One Bedroom Suites -700 sq. feet- feature a separate bedroom with a queen bed, a living room with two double-size sofa beds, comfortable chair and small desk, a separate dining area, fully equipped kitchen with microwave and coffee maker, a l
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Coffee maker in room
Television with cable
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I really liked the location of the Sunset Inn. Not in the heart heart heart of the big-city feeling neighborhoods and also not in the party town "I couldn't sleep cause of all the rowdiness" either. But only about eight (somewhat long) blocks
from the heart heart heart of the big-city neighborhood, only four blocks from the False Creek waterfront and ferry to Granville Island, in a quiet residential neighborhood, but only one block away from a shopping street that felt like a University District sort of street (though none is nearby): felafel, gyros, sushi, chinese, head shops, non-sleazy adult shops, etc. That street was great for when I didn't feel like heading out to a fancy dinner.
The suite was huge. The maid service followed my specialized request. They do wash your pots and pans and dishes if you put them in the sink. Some days the maid service came quite late, after 5 pm. I assume if you need earlier you can request it. The folks at the front desk were very friendly and extremely helpful.
Parking is included in the price, which is great. If you have a big car or are not used to manuevering in big-city cramped parking structures, you might just find it easier to settle for the non-secured, "pull right in" spots in the back, instead of one of the two small, stacked above each other, secured lots. If you get back to the hotel late you may be forced into the non-secured spots anyway. When I was, and asked the desk if I should be worried, they said no, not unless I have valuables out in the open, which I assume no one here would be foolish enough to do.
The wireless in-room internet connection was somewhat unreliable. I didn't mention it to them till I checked out, and they said "You should've told us right away; I think we could've fixed it", so this may or may not be germane.
The kitchen was adequately stocked with dishes, silverware, pots and pans, etc. I went to a supermarket on that street one block over and stocked up for breakfast and for midnight snack items. The hotel has a very light continental buffet. English muffins, ordinary bread, croissants, dry cereal, coffee, tea, juice, some fruit. They don't have a communal eating area. You come downstairs, get your stuff, and bring it back to the room. Which is what I would have done anyway. I got coffee and croissants, went upstairs, cooked breakfast meats and eggs from the market, and ate in my room. I was perfectly happy with that, and, indeed, could have a really filling breakfast and then save money by either doing a very light lunch or by doing a very late lunch and a very light dinner.
I would stay with these folks again in a heartbeat.