WorldMark The Canadian

Address: 1080 Hornby Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6Z 2Y7, Canada | Condo
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This condo, located in the Downtown Vancouver area of Vancouver, is near Vida Wellness Spa, Absolute Spa at The Century, Yuk Yuk's, and Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsWorldMark The Canadian Vancouver

      Reviewed by aandjwanderers

      Local Favourite

      Reviewed Aug 20, 2013
      by (1 review) Ladner , Canada Flag of Canada

      The Canadian is our go to place for Staycations. It's a quick 1/2 hour from home. The location is so great for strolling downtown, shopping, eating, relaxing, water, parks, city bustle.... i could go on.
      The rooms are standard WM quality, with all the necessary equipment to eat in and enjoy the view. They are "city" units, quite compact, but then the point is being out enjoying the greatest city in the world, not sitting in the unit! The south facing units can get quite warm in the summer but with both fans going and keeping the windows open overnight to help with the cool down it was bearable

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      TripAdvisor Reviews WorldMark The Canadian Vancouver

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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      Our last day, far too soon.

      A travel blog entry by vyvyan on Sep 30, 2014

      9 photos

      ... of the mountains and the sea, will be higher!! The lookout was interest, and the views spectacular but there are so many tall buildings. Neverless we both love Vancouver.

      Next we went to photograph the lights and sunset at False Creek. Fun, cold and we were both pleased to get home to supper and some wine. A lovely last day in Vancouver.

      A Day in Vancouver

      A travel blog entry by vivicarroll on Sep 15, 2014

      5 photos

      Our hotel is lovely. Larry stayed in the room for a conference call while I took the city tour. I saw Chinatown, the second largest in North America. The Gastown district is where our hotel is located. It is nice! Included in the tour was an elevator ride to the top of Vancouver Lookout for a 360 degree view of the city. We then went to Stanley Park. I saw the totem poles ...

      2 months down, infinity to go

      A travel blog entry by bekmcewan on Jul 23, 2014

      ... energy! But most importantly, the most important thing I've learnt so far on this adventure, always keep your heart open. No matter how many times you get hurt by people! You may fall in love 20 times before someone loves you back. But that's what life's about. We all have big hearts, what a waste it would be if we didn't try to fit as many people in there as humanly possible. Ayo ✌️��� ...

      Flying, Flying and more Flying...

      A travel blog entry by cillapitcher on Jul 01, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... and through customs was rather un-stressful. Except maybe for me madly drinking my 600ml water bottle all at once as I stood in the customs line, hoping I wouldn't have to make a bathroom stop that would run us late! I shouldn't have worried, all was fine! We felt like we'd been waiting in the line forever and made a mad dash for our gate - number 56 - thinking that boarding for our flight had already started. Our fears were unfounded, as after a rather ...

      My Walkabout!!!

      A travel blog entry by katclassy on Jun 28, 2014

      221 photos

      ... are a few not so pleasant areas in Vancouver…I hit East Hastings St (from Abbott St to Richards St.) - why do I say shady areas – well this area – actually from Hamilton St to Main St. all along East Hastings is where all those less fortunate go...they live off the street, very sweet people, just unfortunate circumstances have driven them to life on the street…I walked through this area and I held my head up high. I did not let ...