OPUS Hotel Vancouver
4 star hotel
322 Davie St,
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Our take on OPUS Hotel Vancouver
If you’re looking for luxury hotel accommodations with the services and personalized experience of a boutique hotel, the OPUS in Vancouver is your destination. The 96 guest rooms feature unique décor schemes coupled with luxurious amenities to ensure your stay is unparalleled. OPUS is located in the immensely popular Yaletown neighborhood of Vancouver and just steps away from the inner harbour, Canada Line rapid transit, Stanley Park and the city’s best restaurants. Stay on that exercise regimen at the 24-hour fitness center, complete with top-of-the-line equipment and floor-to-ceiling windows that offer great views of the city. You also don’t have to look far for an incredible nightlife scene because it’s located right in the hotel: the OPUS Bar has been consistently voted “Vancouver’s Most Popular Nightspot” by Zagat. One night is all it’ll take to understand why OPUS has become the chic and stylish place to stay while visiting Vancouver.
Insider Tips on the Best Rooms at this Hotel
Light sleepers should request an interior-facing Deluxe Courtyard room type on floors 3 - 7. During the weekends rooms on the 2nd floor may hear noise from the surrounding nightlife and the hotel bar which plays music until 3 a.m.
Rooms with a View
Located downtown there are limited views offered, but the best possible city views are found from rooms facing Davie St., on the top floor.
There are no oversized standard rooms available but the Superior room types offer a bit more space than Standard room types, at just around $10 more.
Floor Plan and Room Views
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The hotel is located in downtown Vancouver and has only 7 floors, so city views are somewhat limited. One side of the building faces the pool, while the other faces the street.