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A two-level space features state-of-the-art sound, lighting, and music – all computer-controlled. A large dance floor hosts eager revelers enjoying Top 40 tunes and dance music from the past three decades. Patrons also take advantage of abundant bar service and a pool table. Sharing space with the club is a lounge, which offers a full menu, along with a fireplace and big-screen TVs.
Pacific Centre is larget mall in downtown Vancouver, comprises of over a 100 shops.
Gastown one of our near by neighbourhoods with hip eateries, bars and unique, independent clothing and home decor stores. Gastown is also home to the steam clock.
The city's commercial shopping mecca for premier fashion stores, coffee houses and casual dining.
Granville Island Market
If Granville Island is the king of Vancouver destinations, then the Public Market is the jewel in the Island’s crown. The market offers a fascinating assortment of colorful stalls, showcasing unique homemade products and the very finest in gastronomic delights.
Home to the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League (NHL).
Home of the BC Lions Football Club and the Vancouver Whitecaps Soccer team. Features a retractable roof that transforms the stadium into an open-air field in minutes.
An oasis in the heart of the city, this panoramic green space offers bicycle trails, outdoor pools, beaches, old growth forest, First Nations totem pole displays, the Vancouver Aquarium and more.
Van Dusen Botanical Gardens
Do you feel like the walls of the city are closing in on you? Head to Van Dusen Botanical Gardens. This spectacular, 55-acre urban escape in the heart of Vancouver has something for anyone who happens to be suffering from Urban Fever, from an Elizabethan maze and herb garden to lily pond, waterfall and more.
Enjoy a challenging walk or hike to the top or take the tram to enjoy some of the most breathtaking panoramic vistas in Vancouver. During the summer you’ll enjoy the sightseeing chairlift, grizzly bear habitat and abundant hiking opportunities. Winter brings skiing, snowshoeing, sleigh rides and ice-skating.
Capilano Suspension Bridge
Stretching 450 feet across and 230 feet above the Capilano River, this suspension bridge offers views that are jaw dropping for some and stomach churning for others. Your ticket for admission includes access to the Treetops Adventure, which consists of seven suspension bridges amongst the tree canopy and the Cliffwalk, a suspended steel catwalk over the side of the cliff.
Locally owned and operated, the Vogue Theatre is one of the last remaining theatres from the famed “Theatre Row.” A quick walk from our hotel, the Vogue annually hosts upwards of 200 events and continues to be one of Canada’s premier venues for live music, cinema and corporate and community events.
Queen Elizabeth Theatre
The Queen Elizabeth Theatre is a performing arts venue downtown and is now the home of the Vancouver Opera and Ballet BC, in addition to hosting various other musical events year-round.
This magnificent concert hall is one of North America's finest and is a designated National Heritage Site. The theatre is home to the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Vancouver Bach Choir, Vancouver Chamber Choir and Vancouver Cantata Singers.
Enjoy hands-on exhibits that teach about light, sound, physics, biology, meteorology and even music. Young children enjoy the Search Gallery, which allows them to crawl through a beaver lodge and observe tree roots hanging from the ceiling as they learn about British Columbia's natural history.
Vancouver Art Gallery
The Vancouver Art Gallery houses the magnificent works of significant historical artists, including the most extensive collection of the work of Canada's beloved Emily Carr. Past temporary exhibits have included Leonardo Da Vinci, the French Masters and Surrealism.
Bill Reid Gallery
Browse over 40 pieces created by prolific Haida artist Bill Reid, a master goldsmith, carver, sculptor and writer. Works include Reid’s gold and silver jewellery, the bronze masterpiece Mythic Messengers, several works that are featured on the Canadian $20 bill and a full-scale totem pole.
UBC Museum of Anthropology
The UBC Museum of Anthropology is world-renowned for its 60,000-artifact collection and acclaimed for its spectacular architecture and stunning setting on the cliffs of the University of British Columbia.
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