Quality Inn Airport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

725 S.E. Marine Dr., Vancouver, British Columbia, V5X 2T9, Canada
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Costs 42% less but rated 61% lower than other 3 star hotels

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by corysharon

I want to take the canada line from city center station. to yvr. where do I enter to buy tickets and get on skytrain? is it under eatons' or pac center mall? I have looked at translinks website and got more confused. I am getting off the greyhound from nanaimo.

Re: skytrain

by SfumatoPants

Both, although "Eaton's" is now Sears... on the South West corner of Georgia and Granville is an entrance... hard to miss.

Re: skytrain

by YVRDave

During the day, you can enter from both Pacific Centre (lower level Eatons entrance) or Vancouver Centre Malls also. The off street entrance is infront of the old Eaton's Perfume entrance

Re: skytrain

by YVRDave

....SW corner of Granville and Georgia as mentioned

Re: skytrain

by SandiM

Or, if you are getting off the bus at Terminal Station (on Main Street), you could take the skytrain EXPO line at Main St/Science World and go to Waterfront station, then come up the stairs, head to your right and go back down the stairs to the Canada Line skytrain and then go to YVR from there. 2 skytrains altogether.

Re: skytrain

by YVRDave

Doh, just saw that Sandi. Great point.

Re: skytrain

by corysharon

thank's for the info. looking forward to trying it. with luggage??

Re: skytrain

by YVRDave

lots of open space for luggage. My office is beside City Hall station and I take it downtown a lot. Wish it had overhead too.

Re: skytrain

by SandiM

Y'know I guess it all depends what time of day you hit town. That section between Main St and Waterfront can get pretty cramped, if you go around rush hour. But the Canada Line section has loads of room. Most newcomers to town like to squeeze to the front or back so they can have a seat near the front or back window to look out, it's that much fun. Also, if you do take the Main St section and you have loads of luggage (or heavy pieces), the elevator up to the platform is across the street (Main St) under the platform itself. Some people just try to lug it all up the stairs on this side of the street and man, there are a LOT of stairs to get up there. By the way, even though you are taking 2 skytrains, it's all covered in the 1 ticket you buy. But, between Main St and YVR you must buy the 2-zone ticket. Don't buy the 1-zone because if you get stopped by the transit cops, you might get a fine. If it's not rush hour, I think all zones are 1-zone (is it still that way? It was when I lived there).

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When I first went to the University of British Columbia, the only place I could attend college in Vancouver was their main campus over by Pacific Spirit Park / Wreck Beach / Spanish Banks just west of Jericho Beach. But during my Multimedia studies, UBC decided to open a branch at Robson Square. I remember it was desired as well as controversial. Visiting the School 6-7 years later, I saw major improvements and that the campus took over the underground area that resides below Robson Street. UBC of course offers stimulating arts and humanities courses, leading edge technology programs, live performances, international events, and public forums at this location while providing a unique and metropolitan environment for the student being beneath the Fashion and arts district of downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. The classrooms were high tech and spacious when I attended, I'm sure they've done nother other than improve. Recently Visited 3/22/08. Rating: 5 stars out of 5.

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 Quality Inn Airport

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Address: 725 S.E. Marine Dr., Vancouver, British Columbia, V5X 2T9, Canada