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Listel Vancouver1300 Robson St.
Vancouver, BC V6E1C5
Nightly Rates: ( 264.14 - 310.47 )
Art and Elegance converge at Vancouver's most artful hotel. Listel Vancouver, one of the cities most celebrated boutique style properties, is well located on world famous Robson Street the center of shopping and dining in this vibrant and interesting city. The Deluxe Gallery Floor rooms and suites offer guests a unique experience; each unit has been designed as an individual art gallery, and each features original and limited edition works on loan form the Buschlen Mowatt Galleries. The Gallery Project encompasses 54 rooms of the hotel and is the perfect choice for those looking for something a little special in their accommodations experience. As well as the Gallery Floors, the Listel Vancouver also offers it's newest creation; a partnership with the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia, the Museum has sponsored 22 rooms at the Listel, each room featuring Pacific Northwest art on loan from The MOA, these rooms have been developed to "show-off" the indigenous materials and styling of Canada's west coast. A more traditional and standard rooming option; the hotels standard rooms offer guest all that one would expect from a modern hotel, and remember, it may be a standard room, but is still on Robson Street, the place to be while visiting Vancouver. As well as a great hotel venue, Listel Vancouver is also home to Vancouver's very best live jazz; visit O'Douls Restaurant and Bar and experience some of this cities premier jazz performers - seven nights per week! In The Heart Of Downtown Vancouvers Most Popular Shopping District
Amenities· 24-hour front desk
· Accessible facilities
· Complimentary newspaper delivered to room
· Complimentary newspaper in lobby
· Concierge floor
· Express check-out
· Laundry/Valet service
· Laundry/Valet service
· Room service
· Safe deposit box
Room InformationArtist Series Suite
Gallery Floor King or Queen
Gallery Floor Twin Room
Museum Floor King or Queen
Museum Floor Twin Room
Standard Floor King or Queen
Standard Floor Double Room
Alarm clock, Minibar, Modem jack, Free newspaper, Cable television
Miscellaneous Information· Canadian Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 3:00 PM
· Check out time is 12:00 PM
· 129 rooms.
· 0 suites.
· 5 floors.
Restaurant InformationO'Doul's Restaurant and Bar
O'Doul's Restaurant and Bar has been a Vancouver dining tradition since the early 1960's, when it opened as a popular cafe. There are very few native Vancouver-ites unfamiliar with O'Doul's Sunday brunch and, now, live Jazz on the weekends. The new decor
The Vintage Gallery
The Vintage Gallery is the Listel Vancouver's luxurious private dining room. It houses over 1000 bottles of wine from some of the world's finest vineyards - Shafer, Stag's Leap, Kenwood, Mission Hill, Domaine Drouhin, Hogue Cellars, CedarCreek, Graham's,
Recreation InformationDownhill skiing
Area AttractionsVandusen Botanical Gardens
Created on the site of a 55 acre golf course, the plantings include a meadow garden, rhododendron walk, a Canadian Heritage garden with a medicinal plant collection and a Children's Garden with an Elizabethan maze.
Over 300,000 artifacts are held in the Museum's extensive collections. Northwest Coast Indian carvings, Japanese jade and ivory, and Vancouver memorabilia will delight both the connoisseur and the merely curious.
North America's second largest after San Francisco's, Chinatown was settled by Chinese railroad laborers and is one of the most interesting ethnic areas in Vancouver.
Housed in a geodesic sphere at the east end of False Creek, Science World is home to many "hands on" exhibits, as well as the world's largest Omnimax dome screen.
Vancouver Art Gallery
Inside this 19th century architectural masterpiece is the collection of Emily Carr, one of Canada's finest artists. Changing exhibits of carvings, paintings and sculptures from classcial to modern styles.
Museum of Anthropology
See art and artifacts from around the world in U.B.C.'s award winning museum on the Point Grey Cliffs. Come especially to appreciate the great achievements of the First Peoples of the Northwest Coast.
The historic RCMP vessel of St. Roch, first to navigate the Northwest Passage and circumnavigate the North American continent, on permanent display.
Named after Gassy Jack Deighton, one of Vancouver's early pioneers, Gastown's cobbled streets, Victorian architecture and shop-lined mews are unique in Western Canada.
Located at the North Shore Terminus of the Sea-Bus, this public market houses numerous boutiques and restaurants. Buses leave from here to most North Shore attractions.
CN Imax Theater
This theater is located at the north end of the Canada Place Complex. Please call for current presentation and showtime information.
A horticultural haven with some 300 varieties of plants from around the world growing in their natural environments.
Buschlen Mowatt Fine Art
Near the entrance to Stanley Park, this international gallery features artists from around the world.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden
The first classical Chinese garden ever built outside China, this complete garden created in the style of the Ming Dynasty is unique to Vancouver.
Keith Alexander Gallery
Located in Vancouver's financial district, this gallery features local and regional art.