Vancouver is the perfect place for a vacation, conference, or meeting. When you travel here you will find that the St. Regis Hotel is perfectly positioned to be your hotel choice. Built in 1913, Vancouver has developed around the historic St. Regis Hotel which gives our guests the most perfect location for downtown Vancouver attractions and business destinations.
Vancouver is Canada’s third largest city, after Toronto and Montreal. It is the largest city in the province of British Columbia, home to a fourth of the world’s ancient temperate rain forests. Surrounded by this natural beauty and mild climate year-round, Vancouverites have a healthy, outdoor oriented lifestyle.
Attractions: Walking Distance and Nearby
- Chinatown --Vancouver's Chinatown is the largest in Canada and dates back to Vancouver's very beginnings. Centred on Pender Street and just a short walk from the St. Regis, it combines culture, shopping and history into one enjoyable visit.
- Gastown --Gastown's is Vancouver's oldest neighbourhood and its cobbled streets and historic buildings are a must-see for any visitor to the City. With some of Canada's finest restaurants and fascinating boutiques, it's been voted one of the "coolest neighbourhoods in the World"! Gastown is just three blocks from the St. Regis Hotel.
- Yaletown --Trendy Yaletown is world-famous for its patio culture and urban environment. The converted warehouses feature brick and beam construction and the loading docks have been converted into a patio dining destination.
- Coal Harbour combines chic residential buildings with a seawall which connects downtown to Stanley Park. Walking the seawall is a perfect way to look at the North Shore Mountains and watching the activity in Vancouver's busy harbour.
- English Bay --Located on the South side of the downtown peninsula, English Bay features white sand beaches and waterfront parks which are a great way to enjoy a sunny day. If you get hungry, the diverse restaurants on Davie and Denman Streets offer a wide variety of international options.
- Stanley Park (Vancouver Aquarium) --Voted the Best Park in the World on Tripadvisor, Stanley Park is a spectacular 1000-acre oasis of rainforest and rugged waterfront in the City. With beautiful trails through towering trees, a world-class aquarium, native totem poles and quaint restaurants, Stanley Park is Vancovuer's most-visited attraction.
- Vancouver Art Gallery --Located in the heart of downtown, the Vancouver Art Gallery is the largest gallery in Western Canada will a permanent collection of over 10,000 pieces. Known for the strength of its selection of works by local artists, in particular Emily Carr. The Gallery is housed in the buildings of the former Provincial Court of BC and is open from 10-5PM daily and until 9PM on Tuesdays.
- Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Classical Garden -- A trip to the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Garden is like being transported back in time to 15th-century China. As the first garden of its kind to be built outside China, it's an escape from the City and a unique cultural opportunity located in the heart of Downtown Vancouver.
- Science World
- UBC Museum of Anthropology -- House in a stunning setting facing the water and mountains on the campus of the University of British Columbia, the Museum of Anthropology houses a world-class collection of Northwest First People's art along with treasures from all over the world. Open daily.