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Exploring Yaletown

A stylish neighborhood of Vancouver, British Columbia, Yaletown is a former warehouse district. Its urban roots are apparent in the cool stores, upscale boutiques, and trendy restaurants and bars housed in the unique heritage buildings that line the streets. A cosmopolitan and chic metropolis, Yaletown offers its visitors a wonderful opportunity to wander the old loading dock sidewalks, immersing themselves in a community that brims with culture, history, shopping, and dining, and is just a short walk from bustling downtown Vancouver.


Accommodations near Yaletown

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Vancouver is the JW Marriott Parq Vancouver, which has been booked 370 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended OPUS Hotel Vancouver in Vancouver as it has been reserved 189 times.


Sightseeing near Yaletown

- Vancouver Art Gallery


This is the fifth-largest art gallery in Canada and the largest in Western Canada. Visitors will find a wide range of historical and contemporary exhibitions in various art forms including painting, sculpture, graphic arts, photography more by local and international artists.


- BC Place Stadium


Sports fans will want to visit the BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, an impressive complex that commemorates British Columbia’s athletes and boasts a fun high-tech interactive exhibition, where visitors can test their sporting aptitude.


Transportation near Yaletown

Public transport in Vancouver consists of an elevated SkyTrain system, buses and SeaBus ferries, which are all linked up by TransLink card. These services are frequent and reliable and the light rail system links up with bus stations. The SkyTrain also serves the eastern and southern suburbs. Getting to Vancouver Island is easy and there are frequent ferries throughout the day, while taxis run 24 hours.


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