A downtown hotel located in the heart of famous Robson Street, in an area of fashionable shops, and restaurants. A short walk from Stanley Park, Beaches and Entertainment., Attractions Located Nearby, Corporate Locations Nearby, On-site Activities, Off-site Activities
Near Burnaby, Surrey, White Rock, Whistler and Lions BayNear Abbotsford Airport14 miles to Vancouver International Airport2.5 hours to Seattle, WashingtonIn the downtown Shopping District, , Capilano Suspension Bridge, Chinatown, Gastown, Grouse Mountain, Royal Hudson Steam Train, Vancouver Aquarium, Stanley Park, Vancouver Art Gallery, Museum of Anthropology, Downtown Vancouver,
Este hotel tiene una práctica ubicación en Richmond, a un corto viaje del aeropuerto de Vancouver, al que podrá llegar con facilidad gracias al servicio de traslado gratuito del hotel. Hay también un servicio de traslado cerca para llegar a la estación SkyTrain de la ciudad.
The Radisson Vancouver Airport is located in the heart of Richmond surrounded by various shopping centres and a number of restaurants. Richmond’s waterfront offers a nice setting for joggers. Vancouver’s city centre and international airport are about 7 kilometres from the hotel.
Cruise ship terminals just six blocks away. Theatre district, Chinatown and historic Gastown easily accessible by foot or taxi. Clubs, trendy Yaletown and Vancouvers major sports venues are also just blocks away. Near shoreline jogging trail, close to the beach.
Situado en el corazón del centro de Vancouver, el hotel Century Plaza es el punto de inicio ideal para visitar numerosos restaurantes, comercios y monumentos, como la Biblioteca Pública de Vancouver y su Palacio de Congresos. El aeropuerto de Vancouver está a 25 minutos en coche del Century Plaza.
Situado en una cómoda zona, el Executive Inn Express se encuentra a sólo 4,5 kilómetros del Aeropuerto Internacional de Vancouver. La estación de Bridgeport está a 6 minutos a pie y el centro de Vancouver está a 10,5 kilómetros del hotel.
One of the best things about staying on Robson Street is that when you wander out to the sidewalk there will be a steady flow of people. Not an insane crush of humanity, just a steady stream of folks. And not just West End residents on their way to and from work, but people from everywhere - Europe, Asia, The Americas. A veritable vertical mosaic of culture. Every one of them chatting, drinking endless lattes and cappucinos, and looking for a great bargain or the perfect sushi dinner. Listen carefully ? try to identify the languages - one local counted 19 just walking from Burrard to Jervis!So, aside from just drinking in the cosmopolitan feeling of this city, what else to do? Hop on a trolley, rent a bike, take a cab or just put on your best walking shoes and head out. Nothing worth seeing in Vancouver is more than 15-20 minutes away by some form of transportation or another. Take a stroll through Stanley Park, the largest city park in Canada. Hundreds of acres of lush green forest, pristine lakes and grassy meadows. Check out the family picnics at 2nd Beach, the cricket game at Brockton Oval, the water park at Lumberman?s Arch, the rose gardens, dodge a marathoner on the 10 km seawall or befriend the adorable sea otters at the Vancouver Aquarium. If you?re feeling ambitious, walk across Lions Gate Bridge and stop midway for a bird?s-eye view of Burrard Inlet and the North Shore mountains. Cypress, Grouse and Seymour are the major mountains you see and the source of endless outdoor activity. If you?re game strap on your skis, lace up your skates or just tie up your hiking boots and head on up, way up! It?s hard to believe that 100 years ago it was so quiet on Burrard Inlet you could holler across to call a ferry (think ?rowboat?) to come and get you. Nowadays may we recommend the SeaBus as a preferred mode of transport across the inlet. From your comfortable vantage on this floating bus, take a gander at Canada?s largest and busiest port. The cranes are for loadin, Top 10 Attractions, For The Leisure Traveler