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Amble along the waterfront at Vancouver Harbour and visit theaters, shopping avenues and museums in the heart of one of Canada’s largest cities.
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The birthplace of Vancouver is full of old-world charm with cobbled streets, Victorian buildings, and a unique steam-powered clock.
This trendy residential neighborhood and nightlife destination on the False Creek waterfront was once a neglected warehouse district.
Ethnic food, fashionable shops and one of Vancouver’s best beaches are all part of this bayside neighborhood.
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Visit the art galleries, boutiques, brewery, farmers market and theaters of this buzzing island across False Creek from central Vancouver.
Vancouver is a world where nature really holds its own against the manmade, where the condominiums compete with the height of the surrounding mountains. The town is known as one of the most liveable cities in the world. With countless museums, art galleries and cutting-edge culture, Vancouver, Canada has so much more to offer than what can be crammed into an overnight stay.
You can find around 25 two star hotels in and around downtown Vancouver, perfect for a budget stay in this awesome city. You’ll find most in downtown proper and the adjacent city district, the West End. This is a great location, close to lots of attractions. This includes Stanley Park, which dates back to 1888 and attracts millions of visitors every year who visit the park to swim, picnic and relax on the beach. The main attraction of downtown is the Vancouver Aquarium, where you can admire the most impressive creatures of the deep up close, such as sharks, killer whales and dolphins.
There are around 25 three star hotels and guesthouses in downtown Vancouver, close to the old historic centre of Vancouver. If you’re in need of a little retail therapy, visit the nearby mall, Westfield, with its big label stores. If you want something a little more quaint than a monument to consumerism, check out the Gastown Steam Clock at the corner of Cambie and Water Street.
There are approximately 20 four star hotels in Vancouver, a number which are located near Chinatown. This Asian neighbourhood, located roughly between Gore Avenue and Abbott Street, is one of the biggest in the world and is a great place to get a bite to eat. You’ll also find many close to the historic centre and the West End.
The hotel types you’ll find in Vancouver are quite diverse, ranging from environmentally-friendly hotels to spa hotels to accommodation that caters perfectly to business travellers.
The choice of budget hotels and luxury five star accommodation is small compared to the aforementioned star categories. Curious where they are located, what facilities they offer and the cost? All the info is available on the website.