Comfort Inn & Suites
1748 Capilano Road
North Vancouver, BC V7P 3B4
Phone: (604) 988-3181
Fax: (604) 904-2755
West Vancouver is a small water front community and neighborhood that is well known among tourists and visitors for its beautiful surrounds and the kind of events that it hosts. You can partake in the excitement of events or simply spend some amazing time exploring the area. A beautiful place, for some nice time out.
Serving the community for almost a century, the West Vancouver United Church is an integral part of the lives of the citizens of West Vancouver. Weekly worship programs aim at bringing people of all ages and backgrounds together, making every one feel loved. The church committee enthusiastically organizes several youth events, music concerts, sermons and educational workshops for adults and children. Check the website for details.
Corporate events, weddings, parties, or any special event, Hornblower Yacht Charters will make them as special as they'll be different. Treating people with a cruise ride on the special days of life or organizing premier meets with clients and business partners, it surely will make the event a memory of a lifetime. Sumptuous dinners and merry-making are a part of every event organized here.
This convention and exhibition center sits beneath the sails of Canada Place, and was built for Vancouver's World Exposition in 1986. The massive exhibition spaces and meeting rooms have been providing groups, businesses and forums a congregation point for years. It also contains an elegant ballroom and quality service from professional staff. 8,000 guests can be accommodated here, with virtually all requirements met. There are 21 state-of-the-art meeting rooms, ranging from 500 to 6,500 square feet (46 to 604 square meters). For more information, check website or call toll free at +1866 785 8232.
Ashton College was established in the year 1998, and is a post-secondary institute. This college apart from imparting knowledge also focuses on shaping up the students' career. For more details, check website.
This is the BC transit ferry service that links downtown to the beautiful North Shore, moving passengers between the bustling downtown core to the maritime city of North Vancouver. The journey takes only 12 minutes and even under adverse weather conditions, the system is extremely reliable. The system has two catamaran ferries, aptly named the Burrard Beaver and Burrard Otter. Each seats up to 400 and also allow bikes on board. North Vancouver's station is located next to great shopping, dining and the Lonsdale Quay Market.
This overhead light rail transit system quickly glides passengers to and from outlying areas and cities like Burnaby, New Westminster and Surrey. The 28 kilometers of track offer a quick route to outlying attractions or into the downtown core when you're staying outside the city. Trains arrive every three to five minutes, daily.
If you appreciate the whimsical statement that flowers can make for a special occasion, this florist can fulfill your floral fantasies. Using premium fresh blooms, exotic tropical and natural accents like twigs and foliage, this florist's creations are unique. The arrangements are placed in special holders as an important finishing touch. The designers at First Blossom Floral Boutique take pride in what they create, whether it's to spruce up your office, or decorate an entire event. Free consultations are available.
University Canada West is located at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. This educational institute was established in the year 2005, and it offers under-graduate as well as graduate courses. For more details, check website.
Occupying a beautiful heritage structure dating back to the end of 19th Century, The Vancouver is a members-only club which is host to the aristocrats and the elite businessmen belonging to the province of British Columbia. Host to special occasions and private events of the members, the club fits the definition of elegance to the hilt. The club is also a playground for various businesses to meet during various international trade fairs and formal events that are fully catered to with an array of delicious food and drinks, and excellent infrastructure facilities. The twelve rooms of the club are royally decorated with crystal chandeliers, decorated wood panels and exclusive opulent bars for each of these. If not for events, the members can walk in here for a casual dinner at the Grill restaurant or for fitness training at the in-house gymnasium. Call ahead or visit their website for membership details.
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In 1888, the view from across the Burrard Inlet enticed wealthy buyers to purchase the undeveloped property, and for a few decades, the area catered to the elite. West End has evolved into an eclectic fusion of architecture and residents. It lies along some of Vancouver's favorite beaches, is very close to both Robson's shopping corridor and Stanley Park, has boutiques and restaurants, and includes the largest gay community in Canada. Historical landmarks, including Barclay Heritage Square and the Roedde House Museum, are often used for movie and television filming locations.