Looking for a chic stay in Vancouver? Head to the hip neighborhood of Yaletown where you will find the boutique OPUS Vancouver. Surrounded by plenty of restaurants, shops, and bars, OPUS is an energetic place to call home while exploring Vancouver.
With a lively bar complete with a DJ (Friday & Saturday nights), OPUS finds itself frequented not just by travelers, but by many locals as well. Finding a hip spot to hang out in during the weekend won’t be a challenge, as the hotel bar is the place to be. Staying at OPUS could not be easier for seeing the vast city. With foot steps from the happening Yaletown, the complimentary hotel car service is available for other neighborhoods within downtown. Looking for a quick transport to the airport? The hotel is located across from the Canada Line that gets you to Vancouver International Airport in 22 minutes.
OPUS Vancouver is more than a place to rest your head at night — it is an experience. Each room has been given a personality or “Lifestyle Concierge”, catering to the city it calls home. Coming to Vancouver for a bit of retail therapy? Stay with DeDe to take your experience one step further. Into the food and wine scene? Check in with Pierre for the best culinary spots. Each personality has its go-to cafes or hangouts according to the style. The rooms match the vibe in the color and fit outs.
Each of the 96 guest rooms include a coffee machine, local art, tablet, a well-stocked mini fridge, plush linens, and a welcome beverage upon arrival. The ultra stylish rooms are complimented by the luxury bathrooms, finished with rain showers, city views, and heated floors. OPUS wouldn’t be complete without its playful take on turndown service. Skipping the traditional pillow mints or chocolate, be on the look out for Pop Rocks, Blowpops, or Pez.
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OPUS Vancouver is the hotel for the sassy traveler looking for a more unique stay in a hip neighborhood.
Bon Traveler’s Tips For Staying at OPUS Vancouver
- Check out the drinks in the hotel bar.
- Be sure to use the complimentary car service
- Take use of the complimentary mountain bikes or cruisers.
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322 Davie Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6B5Z6
For more information on what to do in Vancouver, be sure to head to Tourism Vancouver.
*Bon Traveler was welcomed as a guest of OPUS Vancouver. As always, opinions are my own.
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