Lord Stanley Blog

Insights into the local Vancouver Area.


Fabulous Fall Colours in Stanley Park

A crisp, clear fall day in Vancouver is pretty darn spectacular but absolutely nothing compares to fall in Stanley Park when the leaves are beginning to show off their autumnal hues of scarlet, golden and bronze.

Stanley Park in the Summer at Dusk

Although Vancouver’s top-rated tourist attraction Stanley Park is a veritable all-season destination, it is definitely at it’s most spectacular during the summer with flowers in full bloom, visitors galore and a plethora of activities throughout the park beginning at dusk.

Fun Family Bike Ride Around English Bay & Stanley Park

During the cold, wet winter months, most family activities tend to be limited to indoor pursuits but on those rare occasions when the sun finally pops out, it’s time to capitalize on the weather: why not pack up the kids and embark on a fun-filled bike ride to enjoy the scenic vistas along English Bay and Stanley Park!

Stanley Park In Our Backyard!

At Lord Stanley Suites on the Park, wake up to a freshly brewed cup of java while you admire a magnificent sweeping vista of nature’s playground outside your window, where Stanley Park is situated right next door; replete with a glorious view of the snow capped North Shore mountains as well as picture postcard perfect Coal Harbour.

Summer Cycling Through Stanley Park!

Ask any local what’s the #1 must-do summer activity at or near Stanley Park and you’d probably get a unanimous response: go for a stroll or cycle! Recently rated the #1 urban park in the world by Trip Advisor with some of the most scenic bike trails bar none, it is suitable not only for cycling, but also running, walking, in-line skating and stroller pushing, too. Step outside the doors of the hotel with JP, Lord Stanley Suite’s handyman extraordinaire for a scenic little ride!

Spring is in Full Bloom around Lord Stanley Suites!

It’s undeniable; the signs of spring are just about everywhere you look as soon as you step out the doors of Lord Stanley; in fact, down the block at Chilco & Alberni, right at the entrance to Stanley Park, there’s a magnificent grouping of cherry trees in frothy, pink splendour. Saunter across Georgia St to Coal Harbour; there you’ll find spectacular splashes of pink blossoming trees that line the seawall walkway. Even the majestic Sliding Edge waterfall is flanked with carefree branches of blossoms swaying in the breeze and heralding the first breath of spring.