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Extended Stay Vancouver
Our guests can relax and make themselves at home at Lord Stanley. Our suites are spacious and offer fully equipped kitchens, an in-suite washer and dryer, telephone and voicemail, an office, and wireless internet. Please visit our
extended stay amenities page
for a complete list of our amenities.
Exploring Vancouver On Your Extended Stay
Lord Stanley is conveniently located on the West End side of Vancouver near Stanley Park but is also just minutes from Downtown Vancouver where our guests will find local grocery markets, gourmet restaurants, and boutique clothing stores. Here is a video that illustrates just a few of the many resturants, coffee shops and markets in our neighbourhood. Here are just a few nearby attractions that are loaded with things to do and see while your in Vancouver:
Stanley Park is a wonderful place to walk, bike, or enjoy the scenery, and is only a minutes walk away from our hotel. Stanley Park is considered Vancouver’s first, largest, and most beloved urban park. A great way to see a large portion of the park is to walk or cycle around the Stanley Park seawall, which is the most popular recreational spot in the city. You can also opt to see the park via tour bus, trolley or horse drawn carriage. While your in the park be sure to pay a visit to the Vancouver Aqarium, Canada’s largest aquarium and zoo.
Take a look at our Stanley Park video which will give you a whirlwind tour of various noteworthy locations throughout the park:
No trip to Vancouver would be complete without exploring the many colorful elements of Downtown. Get ready to be astouded by countless art museums, multicultural restaurants, eclectic shopping, local beaches, and exotic botanical gardens.
Here is a short video on a few famous art installations located throughout Downtown Vancouver:
Here is a list of other activities and attractions located near Lord Stanley Suites:
The Public Market at Granville Island
Capilano Suspension Bridge
Vancouver Art Gallery
Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art
Queen Elizabeth Park
Bloedel Floral Conservatory
VanDusen Botanical Garden