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Executive Suites Hotel Metro Vancouver
Executive Suites Hotel Metro Vancouver
3.5 out of 5
4201 Lougheed Hwy, Burnaby, BC, V5C3Y6
The price is Rs12,126 per night from 31 May to 1 Jun
4.1/5 Very Good! (977 reviews)
"The washroom was plugged"

Reviewed on 17 May 2022

Executive Suites Hotel Metro Vancouver
River Rock Casino Resort
River Rock Casino Resort
4 out of 5
8811 River Road, Richmond, BC, V6X 3P8
The price is Rs14,826 per night from 1 Jun to 2 Jun
4.1/5 Very Good! (1,277 reviews)
"All was so clean, convenient"

Reviewed on 16 May 2022

River Rock Casino Resort
Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront
Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront
4 out of 5
1133 Hastings St W, Vancouver, BC, V6E3T3
The price is Rs19,590 per night from 5 Jun to 6 Jun
4.1/5 Very Good! (3,033 reviews)
"I am very grateful as they up grade my room to an ocean view room"

Reviewed on 17 May 2022

Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront
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Vancouver Holiday Packages

One of the great harbour cities, clean, green Vancouver is a magnet for nature buffs, foodies and orca whales.

Vancouver is on Canada's west coast and is surrounded by water on three sides. It’s one of the best places in the world to see migrating whales, including orcas. On land, you’ll find a city framed by miles of beaches and rugged mountains, with more than 200 parks in between.

Although the city was officially incorporated in 1886, Vancouver was home to indigenous people for thousands of years. The city was founded by a character known as “Gassy Jack”. He built a makeshift drinking house for local sawmill workers in what is now the historic Gastown neighbourhood. These days the lumberjacks are gone but it is still a good place to enjoy a drink. Wander the cobblestone streets to see the famous steam clock, do a spot of shopping or have a big night out at one of the many nightclubs.

The modern Downtown is Vancouver’s business district and home to the famous shopping destination of Robson Street. Nearby is one of the world’s largest Chinatowns, and the historic Yaletown, where you’ll find more restaurants, cafes, bars , boutiques and nightclubs.

Discover the city's scenic landscape and indigenous heritage in Vancouver's largest and oldest park, Stanley Park. See Native American artwork and totem poles, ride the miniature train through the coastal rainforest or visit lakes and beaches. Families shouldn't miss the pod of beluga whales and touch pools at the Vancouver Aquarium. From there, walk or cycle along the Seawall, a 14 mile (22 kilometre) path following Vancouver’s waterfront. Head south along this path and you’ll pass scenic English Bay and Granville Island, which is known for its Public Market, art galleries and studios. Pedestrians can walk as far as Kitsilano Beach Park on the Seawall, but cyclists can continue further along to the University of British Columbia. Stop at the University to visit the Museum of Anthropology, an architectural masterpiece which features indigenous art from around the world.

At the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, ten minutes north of Downtown Vancouver, cross a deep canyon within lush forests and explore the network of walking trails. Venture further for magnificent photo opportunities from Grouse Mountain. Here a Skyride Gondola takes you 3,700 feet (1,100 metres) above forested mountains for a panoramic view of the city.

The Skyride is one of the many things you can do in Vancouver anytime of the year. While the city has a warmer climate than much of Canada, it’s still a great destination for snow sports. Ski the slopes at Sun Peaks Resort in the morning and return by evening and grab a meal in Chinatown or see a concert in the historic Orpheum Theatre. Finish the night with a cocktail in one of Yaletown’s popular bars and toast the town regularly named one of the most livable cities in the world.

Vancouver Beach Holiday

There's nothing that can beat a Vancouver holiday. Whether you're enjoying refreshing cocktails at a local hot spot or reading your favourite novel by the water's edge, your trip to Vancouver is an ideal time to live out your beachy daydreams. Many visitors will tell you to stay near Jericho Beach, situated just 6 kilometres from the centre of town. However, you'll also discover an excellent range of Vancouver holiday deals around Sunset Beach and Kitsilano Beach, two other popular nearby options.

Things You Should Know About Vancouver

  • If you'd love to stay just a short walk from the water, check out what's available at these Vancouver beach hotels. You're sure to find a place that suits your travelling style.
  • Private holiday homes are also popular with many travellers to this area. Vancouver West Luxurious House and Deerfield House are great examples of what you can expect from this style of accommodation.
  • Not a fan of repeatedly pulling your wallet out during your holiday? We hear you. With almost everything taken care of, our All-Inclusive hotels in Vancouver are the ideal solution.
  • Our Vancouver things to do page is a great place to start planning your getaway to Vancouver. After you arrive, strike up a conversation with one of the 600,000 locals to discover even more.
  • Stanley Park is one major sight you need to see here. For plenty of other great travel plan ideas, check out our Vancouver holiday deals.

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