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Shangri La Hotel Vancouver Star Rating 5        
1128 West Georgia Street

Within 6 minutes from the Vancouver Art Gallery, this posh downtown hotel is also 1.1 km from the boat-shaped landmark, Canada Place.Luxe rooms and suites, some with balconies, feature marble bathrooms, soaking tubs and Nespresso machines.
Hostelling International Vancouver Downtown        
1114 Burnaby Street

Within 1.8 km of Vancouver Public Library Central Branch, this simple downtown hostel is also 3.2 km from Vancouver Aquarium and 6 km from VanDusen Botanical Garden.
HI-Vancouver Jericho Beach Star Rating 3        
1515 Discovery Street

With shared and private lodgings, this hostel in a former army barracks is a 2-minute walk from the Jericho Sailing Centre and a 49-minute bus-ride from Downtown Vancouver.Rooms and dorms are plainly decorated, with free WiFi. Premium rooms have private bathrooms.
Vancouver Extended Stay Star Rating 2        
#101-1288 West Georgia Street

Upscale apartment hotel in 4 modern high-rises featuring polished units with kitchens & free Wi-Fi...
The Palisades Star Rating 3        
1288 West Georgia Street

Upscale apartment hotel in 4 modern high-rises featuring polished units with kitchens & free Wi-Fi...
Rosewood Hotel Georgia Star Rating 5        
801 W Georgia St

This ultra-chic hotel, restored to its original 1920s grandeur, is across the street from the Pacific Centre Mall's upscale shopping and a 10-minute walk from waterfront dining and the Vancouver Convention Centre.Luxe rooms featuring contemporary decor and spa-inspired bathrooms include flat-screen TVs, heated floors, high-end Italian linens and free WiFi. Elegant suites include private rooftop garden terraces with plunge pools.
Ramada Limited Hotel Downtown Vancouver Star Rating 3        
435 West Pender Street

This straightforward hotel is 12 minutes' walk from the Vancouver Art Gallery, a 13-minute walk from the BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, and 6.4 km from the VanDusen Botanical Garden.Classic rooms have complimentary WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
Days Inn Vancouver Metro Star Rating 2        
2075 Kingsway

This straightforward hotel is 1.4 km from the Nanaimo SkyTrain station and 2.2 km from John Hendry Park.
House on Dunbar B&B Star Rating 4        
3926 West 20 Avenue

This serene B&B is a 3-minute walk from Pacific Spirit Regional Park and 4.8 km from Kitsilano Beach Park.The 3 bright, eclectic rooms have en suite or private bathrooms, and 1 adds a TV and DVD player.
St. Clair Hotel & Hostel Star Rating 1        
577 Richards Street

This nautical-themed hostel in a converted 1911 hotel is a 3-minute walk from a quaint tearoom with old-world charm and a 5-minute walk from Queen Elizabeth Theatre's performing arts venue.Private guestrooms and single-sex dorm rooms equipped with their own sink sleep up to 4 guests and have shared bathrooms along with simple furnshings and decor. Dorm rooms feature bunk beds.
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Vancouver is a hit with tourists and residents alike, as it is often ranked as one of the top world cities to live in, for the best quality of life. It is a coastal city on the mainland of British Columbia in Canada and is known for its cultural diversity. It is famous for its safe and clean streets. What also appeals about the city is its multicultural and welcoming feel. It welcomes families and couples of all ages. It is also gay friendly. The tourist industries of Vancouver ensure that they go the extra mile for visitors. Reviews of accommodation and dining establishments are very positive. Thanks to the Vancouver International Airport, the city is accessible to the world and the public transport in the city is top class, however many people choose to walk around the city, because of the many beautiful green spaces.

Vancouver boasts Stanley Park, which is one of the largest urban parks in North America. In fact, the aim of the city is to become the greenest in the world by the year 2020 and it is already well on track to reach this accolade. Tourists of Vancouver enjoy its diverse scenery, including mountains and a volcano in the distance (Mount Baker, Washington). It is close to mountainous regions, beaches and the ocean, rivers and lakes and as such is popular among people who enjoy the outdoors. Those who visit Vancouver have easy access to resorts such as Whistler Resort, Vancouver Island and the Canadian Rockies, full of fun and adventure for all. Vancouver is also the home port for Alaska cruises from May to October each year, which brings in many seasonal visitors.

Those who enjoy water sports and boating enjoy the many beaches on offer around Vancouver, while those who like to ski will be close to three areas, Cypress Mountain, Grouse Mountain and Mount Seymour. It is also popular among cyclists, walkers and runners and has a real recreational and sporty feel to it. In 2010, Vancouver hosted the XXI Winter Olympic Games and played host to athletes and spectators from across the world. Feedback following the event was very positive for Vancouver. vancouver bcAlthough one of the wettest, Vancouver is one of Canada's warmest cities in Winter and the milder climate is a hit with visitors. Perhaps many people are unaware that Vancouver is known as Hollywood North. As well as its many outdoor features, it is also renowned as a major film location and the popular and large Vancouver International Film Festival runs for a fortnight every September. There are a number of cinemas and theaters, as well as film and television production centers and set locations. If art is more your thing, the Vancouver Art Gallery can accommodate you with a collection of nearly 10,000 pieces. Music lovers will enjoy the diversity of Vancouver from the Vancouver Opera Company to the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and eclectic styles and tastes including classical and pop. Visitors to Vancouver are won over by the experience - from gourmet dining and shopping, to live entertainment and sport. The attractions suit all age groups and interests. It is this level of diversity on offer for residents and tourists alike that makes Vancouver such a likeable city.