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This beautiful harbor city has alot to see and do. For personalized advice from our expert concierge team, please contact us at 604-691-1991 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our concierges would be happy to plan your itineraries, book reservations, answer questions and offer information to make your stay in Vancouver most memorable.
One of North America's largest urban parks, covering 1,000 acres, the park includes an aquarium, 22 miles of hiking and walking trails, plus cycling paths, tennis courts, Indian Totem poles and a scenic drive.
Canada Place Complex
This architectural landmark on Vancouver's waterfront and across the street from the hotel houses the World Trade Centre, the Vancouver Convention Centre, and Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal.
Capilano Suspension Bridge
Visitors to British Columbia are invited to experience a toe-tingling trip 25 stories above the Capilano Canyon on the longest suspended footbridge in the world. Surrounding the Capilano Suspension Bridge, the nature nature park also offers a large selection of colorful Totem Poles and Native Indian carvers continue this centuries-old tradition on a daily basis for visitors to watch. Guests can enjoy free shuttle service to Capilano Suspension Bridge from across the street at Canada Place. Please see our concierge desk in the lobby for times and discount tickets to the attraction.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Gardens
Vancouver's living treasure. See how 52 master craftsmen utilized treasured natural materials to create this unique expression of Chinese culture. This garden is the first of its kind on the North American continent.
The birthplace of Vancouver, Gastown is the oldest part of the city and offers a variety of sightseeing opportunities. It is still lined with cobblestone streets and features an authentic steam clock, shopping and restaurants.
Granville Island contains an array of theatres, artists studios, craft shops and a large public market. The Island also boasts many restaurants, marinas and its own brewery.
Located 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver, this year round sightseeing destination offers a skyride tram which, on a clear day, looks back onto the extraordinary beauty of Vancouver. Enjoy downhill skiing, snowshoeing and sleigh rides in the winter or join an interpretive hike, a lumberjack competition, or try paragliding in the summer.
Museum of Anthropology
This unique collection is found in an architecturally stunning building. With special recognition given to the achievements of the northwest coast Indians, the museum features a spectacular collection of authentic west coast Totem poles and work by renowned Haida artist Bill Reid. The museum also showcases other artifacts from around the world.
The busiest pedestrian street in Vancouver, Robson has much to offer for an afternoon of shopping and people watching. Stretching from the Vancouver Public Library at Homer Street, past Sears at the Pacific Centre Shopping Mall and the Vancouver Art Gallery at Hornby Street to the Robson Public Market at Cardero Street you will find a vast array of shops, restaurants and cafes.
A visit to the museum is an easy way to learn about Vancouver's past. Exhibits vividly depict the city's story from the time of explorations to the beginning of World War I.
Visit Canada's largest aquarium and winner of Attractions Canada's 'B.C.'s Best International Attraction'. Beluga whales, dolphins, sea otters, seal, sharks and much more. Allow two hours for your visit to fully enjoy all this facility has to offer.
A bustling traditional Chinatown lies just east of the downtown core. Stop in at one of the many restaurants for a delicious dim sum lunch and then enjoy shopping at the various markets before visiting the tranquil Dr. Sun Yat Sen Gardens.
An interactive science centre suitable for the entire family. Exhibits explore themes such as physics and British Columbia's natural history. The Kid's Space Gallery will be a favourite with the younger children. Science World also offers films in the Alcan Omnimax Theatre which is the world's largest big screen dome.
Vancouver Art Gallery
Located in the former Vancouver Courthouse building, this spectacular heritage site offers contemporary and historic exhibits. Also home to a collection of paintings by renowned BC artist Emily Carr.
Queen Elizabeth Park
Perched atop a hill, Queen Elizabeth Park offers panoramic views of the city of Vancouver. This park features examples of all the native trees found across Canada along with many exotic species, a beautiful sunken quarry garden and the Bloedel Floral Conservatory with its many climactic zones displaying a huge variety of plants and a superb selection of free-flying tropical birds.
Van Dusen Botanical Garden
This spectacular 22 hectre (55 acre) garden located in the heart of Vancouver, contains over 7500 plants assembled from six continents placed artistically amidst woodlands and tranquil lakes. It also offers an Elizabethan maze for families and an international sculpture collection for art lovers.