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Vancouver Craft Beer Week kicks off tomorrow and runs through to June 5. And it's not just about the festival down at the PNE (although that's pretty rad too), so make sure you check out some of the smaller tasting events, tap takeovers and even a games night. Yes, a games night. http://ow.ly/mGqP300soMt
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Feel like taking a stroll down memory lane? Museum of Vancouver's "Recollecting Expo '86" event is on tonight! Head over here for tickets and more info: http://ow.ly/Ww4e300fYW3
Engage with like minds at the Museum of Vancouver (MOV), where interesting, innovative, and fun events and programs are happening regularly.
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Vancouver's mild climate and spectacular scenery makes it a great place for running! Read why we think you should join us for the Scotiabank Vancouver Half-Marathon on June 26. http://ow.ly/bQQv300fYpo
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Along with the great North American media we host at The Burrard, we also get to host some lovely writers from around the world! Check out this great coverage from Brazil and Australia that #theburrard. http://ow.ly/3eOF30031zM
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HURRY! You only have until tomorrow to take advantage of our "Book two nights, get 20% off" deal. http://ow.ly/4n4BbM
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It's the season for farmers' markets! We love this handy guide from Vancity Buzz Food: http://ow.ly/4mP0CJ
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Looking for ideas on how to spend the weekend? Here are some of our picks, including Spirit of the West and Garagiste North. http://ow.ly/10xBvX
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Plan ahead for your June trip to Vancouver with these fun things to do while you're here! http://ow.ly/sNPi300so1P
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We love Vancouver's Spot Prawn Festival! A local delicacy with a short season, this Sunday's festival down by Granville Island is all about eating these delicious lil' creatures. Make sure you get your tickets in advance online, because they go fast! http://ow.ly/TSjV30034mU
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DOXA Documentary Film Festival starts today and runs through to May 15. We love how documentaries prove that real life really is stranger than fiction. http://ow.ly/4nfQjz
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Looking for things to do in Vancouver during your May stay with us? We've got you covered! Here are our picks, including Vancouver Craft Beer Week and the DOXA Documentary Festival. http://ow.ly/4n4AJK
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Looking for a Vancouver hotel deal? Look no further! Book your spring stay before April 26, and you'll get 20% off a two-night stay. http://ow.ly/4mOZco
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1100 Burrard St Vancouver, BC V6Z 1Y7 Canada
1100 Burrard StreetCABritish ColumbiaVancouverV6Z 1Y7
+1 604-681-2331theburrard.com
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With its signature garden courtyard and retro West Coast style, the Burrard is situated in one of downtown Vancouver’s best locations – just minutes from Granville Street, Davie Street, Robson Street, Yaletown, Granville Island and the city’s breathtaking 22-kilometre seawall.

A Vancouver landmark since 1956, the Burrard has recently undergone an extensive multi-million dollar renovation and rebranding.

Rooms have been completely redesigned with premium furnishings, sparkling new bathrooms and an impressive list of in-room amenities including 42” HD flatscreens, free wireless, free North American calling, in-suite espresso machines, bar fridges and more.

Guests of the hotel are also welcome to complimentary hotel amenities including free bike rentals, a fully equipped business station and passes to Steve Nash Fitness Centre.

 

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Trendy hotel with a tropical courtyard & coffee shop offers retro-chic rooms, plus guest bicycles.- Google
"Nice quaint little rooms."
"Walking distance to mass transit and many good bars and restaurants."
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Carra Kelly
a week ago
One of the hippest, most unique hotels I have ever been to. The retro theme is sleek yet entertaining, and the fire pit in the courtyard is a nice touch. Free passes to a great gym next door, and free cruisers to bike around the parks - we took them around Stanley park's sea wall path and it was a beautiful trip.
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Carlos Gilberto
2 months ago
This is the hotel I recommend to any of friends and this is where my family stays every single time, the best service at the best price in all downtown Vancouver, it's nice, clean, quiet and the service is good, the only thing is that it does get full in summer or whenever there are activities in Vancouver like in my case last year a bicycle Marathon.
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Damien Fleurisson
3 months ago
Very nice hotel with a fun atmosphere and style. The room is great and you have absolutely everything you need (king size bed, flat screen TV, wifi, nespresso machine, fridge, safe...). The only problem for me was that I had to ask for a "Do not disturb" sign three times and never got it. Also, they give you fresh towels everyday even if you don't want new ones.
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Bogdan Chodkiewicz
10 months ago
This hotel should be avoided on hot, summer days. There is no central or"normal" air conditioning system. The portable, self-standing AC Gizmo is making so much noise that it is impossible to sleep with this thing on. Room was too hot to sleep and function with the "AC" turned off. Our room (July 20-21, 2015) was facing the main street and it was very noisy, because big window on the street side was not sound-proof. Hard plastic bottle-dispensers of shampoo and other liquids in the bathroom required superman's strength to squeeze desired liquid. Rather than above "deficiencies", hotel has is in a central location, staff was nice and helpful, and most importantly, room and bathroom were very clean. Because of the AC and noise problems, the hotel should have lower rating and the rooms are not worth the current price.
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Houston Hacienda
in the last week
All rooms open to the outside with a courtyard in the middle. Big space under room door, so winters would be cold & drafty. The sink was too small to even wash hands. Walk to everywhere downtown & Stanley Park. Quaint, but mainly for show. Substance was basic.
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Edward Griffin
a month ago
Funky retro renovated hotel located in a cool Vancouver neighborhood. Built in the Fifties but updated with WiFi, Nespresso, flat screens, and AC in each room. Walking distance to mass transit and many good bars and restaurants. Friendly staff and rates that undercut it's corporate neighbors.
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Robert Lehmann
in the last week
Great courtyard and decent rooms. The overall vibe was not as young and cool as expected.
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Spencer Whalen
a month ago
Clean rooms, nice staff. All I needed in a hotel.