If you’re travelling many solo or alone to Vancouver, you’ll need a hotel that offers you something special. Landis Hotel does exactly that.
With an unbeatable downtown location near the Vancouver Library Square and shopping centers – everything you’ll possibly need is around the corner from Landis Hotel & Suites.
The hotel’s interior is modern, stylish, and trendy. With an artistic twist in its design, it immediately makes you feel at ease when you walk in the doors. From the spacious lobby to the rooms themselves, one can’t help but admire its clean lines and brilliant colour themes. To top it off, customer service is world-class.
Every detail in the hotel’s Executive Suite, Deluxe Suite, One-level Penthouse, and Two-level Penthouse was carefully considered before its construction. The result? A unique and luxurious hotel experience that provides guests with an uncommon sense of comfort and luxury that most Vancouver hotels do not provide.
What You Get In Landis Hotel When Travelling Solo to Vancouver
- condo-style living
- spacious bathrooms
- concierge service
- A fitness centre
- Heated indoor pool equipped with a Jacuzzi.
As soon as you get your stuff in place at your Landis Hotel & Suites accommodation, it’s time to get the ball rolling. Just a few blocks away, the hotel guests are within easy access to some of Vancouver’s best attractions. Even if you’re travelling alone, you don’t need peers to enjoy these places:
- Queen Elizabeth Theatre
- Vancouver Public Library
- Vancouver Art Gallery
- Granville Mall
Having said that, you won’t ever need to go far to experience Vancouver’s exceptional shopping centers either.
Within short walking distance of Landis Hotel & Suites, visitors are within proximity of some of Vancouver’s best malls and shopping centers. You can choose from several upscale department stores – Holt Renfrew, Nordstrom’s, Sears, Chapters/Indigo Books, etc. All of them are conveniently located next to each other.
Come nightfall, experience Vancouver’s vibrant cultural scene by visiting its performing arts venues – Queen Elizabeth Theatre and the Orpheum Theatre. As if these weren’t enough to keep you occupied during your stay in the city alone – Landis Hotel & Suites is only a short walk away from Granville and Robson Street, both offering high-end dining and shopping experiences.
Easy to Get Around
Located in an easily accessible part of downtown Vancouver – it’s easy to get around the city from Landis Hotel & Suites. If you plan on going out and exploring different parts of this great city, you’ll find easy getting from one location to another. You can choose from multiple public transit choices.
Hotel parking isn’t as guest-friendly as one expects, But there are plenty of alternatives, i.e., taxis, buses, trains, and even ridesharing. If you don’t want to spend the extra bucks for hotel parking, public transit out of the area is your best bet – there’s a Canada Line station within walking distance from the hotel and another one a few blocks away.
And even if you do decide to drive in this part of downtown Vancouver, it won’t be long before you find a parking space right in front of where you want to go.
Multiplicity of Neighbourhoods
Many travellers have a predetermined notions of Vancouver weather with lots of rain. While these notions aren’t unfounded, the reality is that Vancouver is a city with beaches, world-class skiing and snowboarding, bike paths, hiking trails, stadiums, parks, good food, and best of all – luxurious hotels and accommodations.
Whether you’re up for some business or vacation travel in Vancouver, the first thing you must secure is a place to stay.
The great thing about Vancouver is that there’s more than meets the eye. Yes, you’ll love exploring downtown first and foremost – but don’t be surprised if you start feeling an urge to unearth some other hidden gems.
Take your time getting familiar with every nook and cranny of the different neighbourhoods because there are plenty to choose from. While Landis Hotel & Suites is located in the heart of the Downtown Centre, you may explore other exciting prospects, including Gastown. This neighbourhood is known for its cobblestone roads and Victorian buildings – it’s the very picture of old-world charm.
If you’re a beach bum, you probably will spend most of your time in Kitsilano. Meanwhile, Yaletown is another option if you haven’t gotten enough shopping and dining.
If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, why not pack a bag, bring your camera and find out what lies beyond the downtown boundaries? You can visit plenty of parks – Stanley Park, Queen Elizabeth Park, and more.
You’ll also want to check out Granville Island if dining is your thing. You’ll have no problem finding delicious food choices here – from fresh seafood to mouth-watering dessert.
Don’t forget to see the nearby Vancouver Aquarium if you’re in Stanley Park. This is one of the most visited attractions in Vancouver. Its top-notch facilities and a wide variety of sea creatures are waiting for you.
Meanwhile, the VanDusen Botanical Garden is also a popular tourist destination when in the city. This 55-acre garden is home to over 7,000 plant species and offers a unique experience for every guest.
Eating Out While Travelling Solo to Vancouver
You’re probably wondering if there’s someplace you can grab a bite to eat within Landis Hotel & Suites, right? Well, you are lucky because the hotel has an onsite restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
What’s more, you’ll also find several dining options in the nearby vicinity – you’ll love having all sorts of cuisines right at your fingertips. A popular Japanese sushi restaurant is good for date nights, while a sandwich place near Gastown is perfect when you’re on the go.
You’re never short on entertainment and dining options when you stay at Landis Hotel & Suites – the perfect hotel for those looking to experience Vancouver’s many offerings. It’s also a great place to meet other like-minded solo travellers as well as couples and families looking for an upscale hotel in downtown Vancouver.