Apr 17, 2020 - Apr 18, 2020
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Where to stay in Vancouver
Often highly regarded as one of the world’s best places to live, the North Pacific seaport of Vancouver has seen visitor numbers increase dramatically over the past few years as Canada’s popularity continues to grow.
A city that is stunning on the eyes, Vancouver has tens of thousands of guest rooms ranging from economical to high-end luxury meaning there is something to suit every traveler's budget, taste and personal requirements.
Vancouver is known for being a very walkable city with a compact downtown core, so choosing to base yourself in the city center should mean that you'll find many of the places you want to go are just a short stroll away.
Taxis in the city are plentiful and can be hailed on the street, as well as found at designated public points around town. There is also an accessible and convenient public transit system made up of a network of buses, the SkyTrain (an automated light rapid transit system operating three lines between downtown and Metro Vancouver’s suburbs) and the SeaBus, a ferry service that gives visitors a superb perspective of the city, sea and mountains.
Also, most major car rental companies have offices in the city if you wish to have your own vehicle to explore more of British Columbia.
Hotels in Downtown Vancouver
The Trump International Hotel and Tower is located at the heart of the city’s famous ‘Golden Mile’ – the center of dining, entertainment, shopping and finance – and is considered the most luxurious urban hotel in Vancouver. Guests can enjoy the unusual twisting design of Vancouver’s second tallest building while indulging in an assortment of fine dining options, including a pool-side lounge, or chilling at The Spa by Ivanka Trump.
Another from Vancouver’s portfolio of city center hotels, this four-star choice is ideal for both business and leisure travellers in a location close to an abundance of shopping options, entertainment venues and city attractions such as Stanley Park, the Queen Elizabeth Theater and the Vancouver Art Gallery. The guest rooms are tastefully decorated, while award-winning chefs serve regional and international cuisine in the in-house restaurant.
The Howard Johnson is an elegant three-star boutique option in downtown Vancouver offering budget accommodation within walking distance of many of the city’s popular attractions. Other places of interest, such as the Vancouver Aquarium and Stanley Park, are just 5 km away. Among the accommodation options available are standard rooms, junior suites and one-bedroom suites.
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If your into nature then you’ll love this city. There are so many parks and mountains to see, beaches for the summer time, a lot of places to do sport. I went for a month from July to August 2017 to visit family and I had a great time. Downfall is everything is very expensive, would recommend taking around $300-$400 with you, and the food is not very good either.
amazing time, everything to do! mountains, forests, beaches, and downtown all in one area!
Visited Vancouver, BC in February 2016 and ever since dreaming of coming back here. The fact that you can start the day with a bike ride in Stanley Park, go skiing at Cypress after work by a 30 minute drive from downtown is a dream for adventurers and nature lovers. The people are friendly and very green with their choices. Definitely look