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Club Cariboo Maple Ridge

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Club Cariboo
Unit 109, 20050 Stewart Crescent
Maple Ridge
BC
V2X9E7
Tel: 604-460-2028

Where are we going today?

A new way to play and party! Club Cariboo is designed for toddlers and children up to ten years old. Our playground is designed to fulfill your child's expectations for fun.
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    This hotel recently renovated and looks phenomenal. I have to say, this is one of the nicer rooms I've stayed in. The room had some really cool features including a bathroom clear glass that is reflective as soon as the door shuts and transparent when the bathroom door is open. Very cool. Their staff was very friendly and even humorous. This would definitely be my first choice if I came back to Prince George - great hotel!

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    The staff were courteous and very professional. We loved the glass bathroom, that turns opaque when the door is closed.... my wife and me had fun with that hi-tech glass. Really cool.

    The bad reviews just don't check out. Maybe jealous competitors?

    The king bed was extremely comfortable. There were about a dozen pillows - really. We slept great and we slept in. , and the 12 noon checkout was perfect for us old hippies.

    The car parking service was greatly appreciated and very safe. No vehicle concerns.

    Swimming pool is working and very...Read More

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    Beds were great the room very clean. Bathroom was interesting with the glass wall as was the shower. Front desk staff were nice and helpfull. Highly recommended it.

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    Worst hotel I have ever stayed at in Prince George. Unfriendly staff (didn't ask how my stay was or even say anything at all - just billed me and said "thanks") ....wireless internet would not work (I stay in hotels across the country and never have a wireless issue, so it wasn't a user problem), you get accosted by drunks and crack addicts every time you walk through the front door; you have no choice because the parking is a BLOCK AWAY IN A PARKADE!! - if you have any amount of luggage at all it is a real hassle, especially since you have to...Read More

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    Black Hole of Prince George
    I had the unfortunate experience of staying at the RAMADA Prince George for two nights – something that other travellers need to be warned about.
    From the exterior of the building, and the lobby area, it looks like a very nice hotel with relatively efficient staff and entering the guest room is pleasing to the eye - until you find out that specific functionality is sadly lacking.
    The beds are somewhat uncomfortable, but that may be just my experience as I have stayed at higher quality properties in Prince George, such...Read More

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by Norm S

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The staff were courteous and very professional. We loved the glass bathroom, that turns opaque when the door is closed.... my wife and me had fun with that hi-tech glass. Really cool.

The bad reviews just don't check out. Maybe jealous competitors?

The king bed was extremely comfortable. There were about a dozen pillows - really. We slept great and we slept in. , and the 12 noon checkout was perfect for us old hippies.

The car parking service was greatly appreciated and very safe. No vehicle concerns.

Swimming pool is working and very nice.

We live really far off the grid, so a few days a month in P.G. is therapeutic. Already booked Ramada for next month. Great sushi/sashimi place 2 blocks away. We discovered D’Lanos where the locals enjoy amazing all day breakfast. And we had our van hand-washed at "Every Little Detail". It looked like new ! Exploring P.G. is a fun hobby. We will definitely choose Ramada in Prince George.

by Bob Johnston

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Worst hotel I have ever stayed at in Prince George. Unfriendly staff (didn't ask how my stay was or even say anything at all - just billed me and said "thanks") ....wireless internet would not work (I stay in hotels across the country and never have a wireless issue, so it wasn't a user problem), you get accosted by drunks and crack addicts every time you walk through the front door; you have no choice because the parking is a BLOCK AWAY IN A PARKADE!! - if you have any amount of luggage at all it is a real hassle, especially since you have to park on the 4th level. The whole area surrounding this hotel is an eyesore - will NEVER stay anywhere near this place again - and all that for a ridiculous price! Had the same experience one of the other reviewers had as well - someone knocked at my door at 2am, and it seemed like there was all sorts of undesireables wandering the halls at that hour.

by Elke Mairs

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Black Hole of Prince George
I had the unfortunate experience of staying at the RAMADA Prince George for two nights – something that other travellers need to be warned about.
From the exterior of the building, and the lobby area, it looks like a very nice hotel with relatively efficient staff and entering the guest room is pleasing to the eye - until you find out that specific functionality is sadly lacking.
The beds are somewhat uncomfortable, but that may be just my experience as I have stayed at higher quality properties in Prince George, such as the Travelodge.
The Ramada has installed higher tech bathrooms wherein the glass separating the sleeping area from the bathroom is clear until you completely close the bathroom door, which at that time, the glass becomes opaque. The showers are huge – more than enough room for two people which is necessary because the Ramada did not bother to spend the extra $5 to put in a shelf for your soap, shampoo, conditioner, etc. so a second person needs to be in the shower with you to hold these items. I am not sure what a person would do if they are staying alone.
The lighting in the bathroom is the impetus for the review title, as it is almost non-existent. As long as you don’t have to use the mirror for anything (ladies putting on make-up, men shaving, anybody combing their hair, etc.) the bathroom is perfect – however if you intend to use a mirror for anything in the hotel, you may consider staying at different property.
The Ramada has been under construction for quite some time now and it shows. Wires hanging down in the dimly lit hallways, and unfinished drywall greets you as you exit the elevator on your floor.
Parking is available close to the hotel, but the system they have worked out is at best poor. If you want to self-park, you need to get a parking pass then in the parking structure, get as close to a concrete wall as possible without removing paint from your vehicle to trigger the gate that will allow you to park in the reserved stalls on the fourth floor or higher. They have valet parking at no charge, but be prepared to wait 15 minutes for your vehicle to be brought to the front door – IF they remember to do so. We called down for our car to be brought around, and waited, and waited, and finally asked at the front desk as to what was happening. THEY FORGOT.
The hotel manager apologized profusely while a staff member went to get the car. While we were waiting we could over hear the manager apologizing to everybody who came the front desk about one issue or another, so we know we are not alone in our disappointment in the RAMADA Prince George.

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