Hotels in Vancouver, Canada
Where to Stay in Vancouver, Canada?
PLACES TO STAY & EAT
- Lodging in Vancouver fits every requirement and budget, from Luxury hotels to modest Budget hotels and hostel lodgings. The most popular places to stay include the Rosewood Hotel Georgia, the Pan Pacific Vancouver, and the Granville Island Hotel.
- Food is an international adventure in Vancouver, offering a diverse amount of cuisine from around the world.
- Cafe Medina Open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch, this cafe has unique items like the Lavender Latte. The selection is reasonably priced and attracts a big crowd quickly. Cafe Medina offers Greek cuisine and typical breakfast options. The favorites among visitors are the mini waffles with fresh fruit. They do not take reservations so the best advice given is to arrive early for good seating.
- The Oakwood Canadian fare with the promise of sustainable eating. The Oakwood is in the $7-$25 price range, and is good for late night dining. They do accept reservations and are good for both large parties and small, intimate occasions.
- Vegetarian and Vegan visitors, and even meat eaters will be delighted with this selection of Indian cuisine. There are meat dishes as well to be enjoyed. Especially good for those on a budget, prices run from about $9-$14. Many visitors advise the Naan and asparagus fritters are the very best they've ever had.
- Other places to enjoy are The Eatery, Seasons in the Park, and Sanafir (Greek and Tapas).
- Annapurna Vegetarian
Hotels Near Attractions in Vancouver
- Hotels Near Vancouver Aquarium
- Hotels Near Queen Elizabeth Park
- Hotels Near Downtown Vancouver
- Hotels Near Vandusen Botanical Garden
- Hotels Near The Aquabus
- Hotels Near Vancouver Public Library
- Hotels Near False Creek
- Hotels Near Spanish Banks
- Hotels Near Bloedel Conservatory
- Hotels Near Canada Place
- Hotels Near Vancouver Lookout
- Hotels Near Kitsilano Beach
- Hotels Near Gastown Vancouver
- Hotels Near Totem Pole
- Hotels Near University Of British Columbia
- Hotels Near Bill Reid Gallery Of Northwest Coast Art