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Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver, BC
Oceanside Suite Hotel, BC
Opus Hotel, BC
Pacific Palisades, BC
Palisades Luxury Suites, BC
Pan Pacific Vancouver, BC
Park Plaza Vancouver Airport, BC
Plaza 500 Hotel, BC
Quality Inn Airport, BC
Quality Inn at False Creek, BC
Radisson President Hotel, BC
Ramada Hotel & Suites Metrotown, BC
Ramada Inn & Suites Vancouver, BC
Ramada Limited Downtown, BC
Ramada Plaza Vancouver Airport, BC
Ramada Vancouver Centre, BC
Renaissance Hotel Harbourside, BC
Residence Inn Vancouver, BC
Riviera Hotel, BC
Robsonstrasse Suites, BC
Rosedale on Robson Suite Hotel, BC
Sandman Hotel Downtown Vancouver, BC
Sandman Suites on Davie, BC
Sandman Vancouver Airport, BC
Sheraton Wall Centre, BC
St Regis Hotel, BC
Suites at Conference Plaza, BC
Sunset Inn & Suites, BC
Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver, BC
Terminal City Tower Hotel, BC
The Fairmont Waterfront, BC
The Meridian at 910 Beach, BC
The Westin Grand Vancouver, BC
Travelodge Hotel Vancouver Arp, BC
Travelodge Vancouver Howe St, BC
Tropicana Suites on Robson, BC
Vancouver Airport Marriott, BC
Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle, BC
Wedgewood Hotel, BC

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