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Conveniently located downtown on Richards Street, Kingston Hotel looks and feels more like a European villa than a reasonably priced hotel. If you are backpacking, or are just budget-conscious but still want to treat yourself to a hotel stay, then aim for this four-story hotel. Its no-frills approach does not detract from its cleanliness and friendly service. Rooms range from well-appointed European style rooms to en-suite twin rooms with all hotel amenities. Given the free continental breakfast and convenient location, it is a bargain.
Rosewood Hotel Georgia is an elegant heritage hotel that was built in 1927. Its oak-paneled lobby and intricate brass elevators have an old-fashioned feel. It is located in the main business, shopping and entertainment district of Downtown, across from the hustle and bustle of the Pacific Centre and the Vancouver Stock Exchange. The rooms are decorated with conservative and elegant window treatments and spreads, which create an elegant atmosphere.
A classic fixture in Vancouver's West End, this hotel is a historic landmark. Its traditional European-style facade is almost completely obscured by ivy. Constructed in 1912, it was originally one of the tallest apartment buildings in the city. It was later converted to a hotel during the Great Depression of 1929 and re-named after the builder's daughter. The dark wood interiors evoke the old European feel. The building's beach side location offers ocean views and access. Sitting across from English Bay, it is a short distance from Stanley Park.