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St. Clair Hotel and Hostel, Vancouver

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The St. Clair Hotel was built in 1911 by Henry Pybus, Captain of the Empress of Japan Canadian Pacific Steamships. The hallways depict pictures of passenger liners, giving the hostel a nautical theme.

Guests describe our rooms as quaint, cozy and a little bit old-fashioned. We think so too! At the St Clair Hostel our rooms are charming, clean and comfortable. Hostel rooms are available as private double, triple, and quad occupancy, or as 4 bed shared dorms.

Bathroom facilities are shared, and your private room is equipped with its own sink. Of course, all towels and bed linens are provided for your convenience during your stay.

*Please be aware that our reception closes at 9 pm. If you need to check in after 9 pm, please inform us when making your booking*
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Hotel Details

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  • Laundry
  • Linen Included
  • Luggage Storage
  • Common Room
  • Breakfast Not Included