Shopping on Robson
Walk out the front doors of our Robson Street hotel and enter shopping paradise. Whether you're looking for the latest trends in fashion, a unique gift from Vancouver, or a tasty bite to eat sitting down or on the go, Robson Street has it all.
For a taste of local designers and a smaller boutique feel, Yaletown is rapidly becoming the place to see when visiting Vancouver. It has a rich history, now affectionately known as the "warehouse district". Its eclectic restaurant choices make it a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. Our Yaletown hotel is just a short stroll from this bustling neighborhood.
1,000 acres of lush greenery, crystal lakes, majestic woods and beautiful seawall gently transport you into one of the most popular things to do in Vancouver. Located in the West End of downtown Vancouver, whether you are walking, biking, or taking a horse drawn carriage through the park, it has definitely gained its title of "The Jewel of Vancouver". It is a place of spiritual regeneration, restoration and renewal: a place to take exercise before a stressful day, or to unwind at its end.
A short and scenic ride on the Aqua Bus will take you directly to one of the most colorful things to do in Vancouver. Granville Island is known for its dedication to local art, diverse street performers, and amazing public market. Open seven days a week the public market boasts fresh produce, delicious baked goods, local and foreign art, and an amazing international food court. There is also a lovely outdoor seating area to enjoy your purchases, if you don't mind sharing space with a few Seagulls.
Vancouver Art Gallery
Experience the Vancouver Art Gallery, home to the world's largest and most significant holdings of works by renowned Canadian artist Emily Carr. Following your inspiring trip through the gallery, return to relax in the comfort of your Westin Heavenly Bed and wake to a rejuvenating buffet breakfast for two in Aria Restaurant. Contact us for more information about our Take Part in Art Package.
If you're looking for things to do in Vancouver that will entertain the whole family, visit the Vancouer Aquarium. Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and located in picturesque Stanley Park, the Aquarium boasts of over 60,000 animals including beluga whales, sea lions, dolphins, seals and more.
Grouse Mountain - The Peak of Vancouver
Just 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver, Grouse Mountain's Skyride transports guests to a mountain-top playground and unparalleled panoramic views. Enjoy year-round activities including hiking, paragliding, helicopter tours and entertaining lumberjack shows in the summer or skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice-skating and sleigh-rides in the winter.
Vancouver Lookout at Harbour Centre
At 553 feet high, the Lookout affords one of the best views of Vancouver. A glass elevator whizzes you up 50 stories to the circular observation deck, where knowledgeable guides point out the sights and give a tour every hour on the hour. On a clear day you can see Vancouver Island and Mount Baker in Washington State.