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Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver

The Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver has some of the best views in the city and a skyline that money just can’t buy.

The Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver is one of Vancouver’s best hotels and is at in an ideal location within the city.

Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver

You can literally walk out of the hotel and go walking along the seawall in Stanley Park with Grouse and Seymour mountains watching over you as you take in the fresh air and plan your activities for the day (or night) which could be shopping in the Robson Street (Vancouver’s Rodeo Drive) or the Granville Island district or strolling along one of Vancouver’s many beaches.

Or for the adventurous mountain biking through the University of British Columbia Endowment Lands Pacific Spirit Park or the old growth forests of North Vancouver.

You may also choose to go skiing during the day or take in some night skiing instead of attending the symphony or Vancouver public library.

The hotel is wonderful and like the city offers more than anyone visiting would or could expect.

Where else can you go sailing in the morning, mountain biking then shopping in the afternoon and then skiing on the local ski hills at night?

The Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver offers 197 rooms in the hotel offer dual-line, touch-tone telephones with voicemail, modem and fax compatible jacks, large work desk, European natural down duvets and pillow, triple sheeting, Italian linen, complimentary newspapers, complimentary shoeshine, automatic turndown.

The Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver Business class rooms include in-room fax, laser printer, halogen desk lamp, ergonomic chair to mention only a few of the pleasant surprises offered not including; fitness centre, heated indoor swimming pool, steam room, squash court, complimentary downtown limousine service to first appointment, specially equipped rooms for the physically challenged, on-site parking facilities...

The Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver can be summed up in these words: work hard, play hard and do it all in unsurpassed style and comfort.

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