Stayed here for just one night - Feb 2, 2009 - via PL (US$58) and would highly recommend this hotel. Valet parking was CAD$27 per day which was cheaper than going with the self-park which was $18 for half days and $5 overnight. Valet parking also had in and out privileges and the attendants were very friendly. They gave us bottles of water on our way out. We received excellent service from all hotel staff during our stay, even the housekeeping man who delivered our pack n play, high chair and outlet covers which were perfect for our 11-mo-old daughter. Mini bar fridge was available for storing our daughter's food in. Front desk staff were helpful in recommending local restaurants to eat in, and faxing and mailing a document I had to get out. I must note that when we first arrived to our room it was not what we expected, which was a two-room apartment. One room was divided by a half wall into a bed area and a living area. We immediately called the front desk to tell them this was not what we were expecting, and they moved us very quickly to a suite right beside ours that had two separate rooms. This was very helpful for our daughter's naps...she could be in the other room sleeping and we didn't disturb her. So the staff were very helpful in making things right for us right away. Upon checking in they also gave us a free cookie each and a little board book and toy boat for our daughter. This hotel is within <30 minutes walking distance to everything you'd want to see downtown, and is two blocks from the SeaBus which goes over to North Vancouver and the Lonsdale Quay. Starbucks is across the street (didn't see the Blenz mentioned above). There is a bit of a dearth of nice breakfast restaurants in the immediate vicinity (within 10 minutes' walk) but if you have a car, with your in/out privileges you can go anywhere. Or you can eat at the generic "White Spot" or any number of small coffee shops... Would highly recommend this hotel and hope I get it for future stays. Having a suite was fantastic for travel with our baby daughter. PS Make sure you ask at the front desk for any possible coupons to visit area attractions. We visited the Vancouver Aquarium and they were able to give us discount admission fee coupons ($1 off, which wasn't much, but still we took it!).