From our southeast side of the hotel, standing out on the balcony affords guests the view over Yaletown. This revitalized former warehouse district is home to trendy restaurants, boutique shops, and condominium towers, and is a model of modern urban redevelopment.
Having fallen into decay by the 1980’s, a former industrial and warehouse district built up around the western terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway, Yaletown has enjoyed a spectacular rebirth as an upscale residential and commercial district, with a population density that rivals most any other urban district across Canada and the United States.
To the northwest, the hotel faces the Granville Street view corridor. From their balconies on the Granville Street side of the hotel, guests overlook the famed neon-lit Granville Street Entertainment District.
The Granville Street Entertainment District is one of the most popular entertainment districts in Canada. Clubs, pubs, cafes and more line both sides of this storied area of downtown Vancouver, and it is a mecca for seekers of the excitement of Vancouver’s urban nightlife.
A colourful neon glow lights the Granville Street Entertainment District, giving this street a life of its’ own; unlike any other street in this city.
Years ago, Granville Street was set aside as a view corridor, and on a clear day guests can view up and down the street, often times even sighting our glorious North Shore Mountains.
Not everyone is comfortable 12, 14, or 15 stories up, which makes the BEST WESTERN PLUS Chateau Granville hotel all the more appealing. Whether you are staying with us in a room on our 3rd floor, or on our 15th floor, you will enjoy a balcony. In fact, we have only two rooms without balcony access, but as these rooms are on our 15th floor, the view is still terrific!
Balcony views at the BEST WESTERN PLUS Chateau Granville Hotel in downtown Vancouver are sure to make your stay in our city just that much more memorable!
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