The Opus has a great location for ditching your car and exploring the Yaletown/False Creek area.... See full review
Aug 3, 2014
We traveled to Vancouver for our anniversary. The staff made us very welcome and gave us a... See full review
Feb 18, 2014
Luxury for the hip and stylish in Vancouver’s Little Soho
Stylish and undeniably hip, Opus Hotel is the place for trendsetters, sightseers and divas looking for a well-heeled and convenient boutique hotel. Yaletown, with its hip boutiques, pioneering art galleries and innovative cuisine is the center of new urban style and home of the Opus Hotel. Ask the lifestyle concierge to make recommendations suited to your personality or be spontaneous and explore the city by foot or skytrain. Travelers who want to arrive in style make use of the hotel's complimentary BMW 7 Series VIP chauffeur service.
Lifestyle concierge tailors recommendations to guest personalities
One of Travel + Leisure's Top 500 Hotels
Complimentary BMW 7 Series VIP chauffeur service to downtown locations
Five unique decor styles allow guests to choose an atmosphere that best suits their personality. There's the masculine, architectural digest red room, sensual and chic blue room, artsy and eclectic green room, classy, traditional yellow room and pure Hollywood taupe room. All guest rooms and suites, regardless of décor, have high-quality Egyptian cotton linens with down-filled duvets and pillows, large TV, stereo system and iHome dock alarm clock. All rooms have high-speed Internet access (fees apply).
Trendsetting guests who appreciate central position in one of the hottest neighborhoods in cosmopolitan Vancouver will feel right at home in this hip and accommodating hotel. Experience truly unique dining at 100 Days where the menu and the graffiti décor are constantly changing. The boldly decorated Opus Bar serves O Bites alongside signature cocktails. Step outside the lobby for shops with eclectic wares, restaurants with fresh menus and art galleries showcasing boundary-pushing artists. The Yaletown skytrain is only a few blocks from the hotel, so getting to other parts of the city is quick and easy.
Skytrain, Yaletown Station (0.4 mi/0.7 km)
Seabus, Waterfront Station (1 mi/1.7 km)
Vancouver International Airport (8.3 mi/13.3 km)
Yaletown neighborhood (across the street)
Sunset Beach at English Bay (0.8 mi/1.3 km)
Robson Street shopping district (0.8 mi/1.3 km)
Stanley Park (2.2 mi/3.5 km)
Business center open 24 hours
Stylish and well-appointed meeting rooms
High-speed Internet access (fees apply)
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Once the Canada Line of Skytrain is complete, it will stop just a few feet from the door of the Opus hotel. Until then, the constant construction sounds are loud enough to make you think you are living in the middle of a war zone.
While there was
a coffee-maker in the room, and a minibar that was well-stocked, there was a stingy amount of milk and cream provided, and no good way to get hot water for tea, (although tea bags were provided). Running hot water through the coffee maker produces hot water that tastes like---COFFEE! Surely such an upscale place could provode an electric kettle to heat water, and 250 ml of milk or cream.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
There is a Choices market about a block away. Buy some cream or milk for your coffee--it will fit in the fridge of the mini-bar, and make your morning cuppa a lot more appetizing.