Granville Island Hotel
Vancouver’s Granville Island Hotel is little paradise on an island within the city.
Situated on Granville Island, this hotel is close to all the activities, events walks along the waterfront in the city while at the same time feeling the tranquil peace of this little piece of paradise.
The hotel is ideal for those on a working vacation and a welcome retreat for business travelers or those who are seeking a romantic escape can relax in the evening the casual fine dining in The Dockside Restaurant (that also serves breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week) in the hotel which can seat up to 400 people, but reservations recommended (tip for you…reserve a spot near their 50 foot/ 15 meter aquarium. Its very calming)
You can also take a stroll around Granville Island and see all the artisan shops or the public market then again you may want to check out the local live theater or the Theatre Sports Improv at the Arts Club Theatre Revue that the island boasts in the evening.
For those in Vancouver on business, Granville Island Hotel’s waterfront setting provides an ideal venue for an Executive Retreat. This hotel are the city experts on small group meetings and events with their superior and very personal Corporate services and facilities include high speed internet access, voice messaging data port telephones, there’s no need to leave the area except to take in more of the sights of the city.
The Granville Island Hotel is a "pet friendly" facility. You and your pets will enjoy our well appointed guest rooms featuring marble floors.
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