|Accommodation Type |||Luxury Hotel|
|General Amenities |||24-hour Front Desk, Concierge Desk, Baby Sitting, Laundry Service, Beauty Salon, Safe, Wake-Up Service, Business Center|
|Room Amenities |||Iron, Air Conditioned, Kitchenette, Microwave, Mini Bar, Modem Jack/High Speed Internet, Refrigerator, City View, Coffee Maker|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||Bus # 5, C21, C23|
|Cross Street |||corner Davie Street|
Profile Last Updated: April 02, 2009
Tired of cramped hotel rooms with only a mini-bar and a coffee maker? Check in at one of the generous-sized rooms at the Landis Hotel & Suites located in downtown Vancouver. The Landis has 53 spacious two-bedroom units ranging from 800 to 1,000 square feet. The kitchens are fully equipped, with a complimentary continental breakfast served on the second floor each morning of your stay. Other amenities include an indoor swimming pool, a health centre, and — a godsend, considering scarce parking spots in the city — four levels of secure underground parking for guests.
For a splurge, check into the two-level penthouse suite on the 17th floor, which boasts 1,450 square feet and spectacular city views from floor-to-ceiling windows. The master bedroom offers a king-size bed with lots of room to spare, while the second bedroom has a double and a twin. It’s like having your own private condo downtown, but with a 24-hour concierge and daily housekeeping!
Central but Quiet
Despite the central location, the Landis is on a relatively quiet stretch of Hornby Street, away from traffic gridlock and crowded pedestrian traffic. However, it’s within a few minutes walk of Davie Village, which is chockfull of cheap-eat restaurants, fresh-food grocery stores and people-watching potential. B.C. Place Stadium and GM Place are about 20 minutes away on foot, as is Canada Place and the new Vancouver Convention Centre. But hey, you don’t have to hoof it: a free shuttle service takes guests to downtown’s most popular attractions, including Robson Street, the Vancouver Art Gallery, Chinatown, and Gastown.
Parking: Paid underground parking for guests, metered street parking