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OPUS Hotel Vancouver

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I always stay at Opus when I go to Vancouver. Friendly staff offers a glass of sparkling wine on arrival. The rooms are well appointed, with good linens on the bed. All the rooms I've stayed in have bathrooms with windows into the living/bedroom, or looking out over the street. Opus in is Yaletown, steps away from good bars, restaurants and shopping. All around, a great experience!

The hotel was perfectly located, easy to get to right from the airport on the train, rode bikes to stanley park, right near the aquabus to granville island. The staff was beyond incredible! Terry and Rosana specifically stood out to make our trip the best!

Such a great stay here. From the very friendly reception desk to the quality of the rooms. The location was very close to everything. Was able to walk everywhere in about 30 minutes. The only minor issue was that the interior door didn't close out the noise from the hallway and there were some very loud guests in the hallway late at night.

My daughter and I spent four days at the Opus. When we checked in we found our room to be too small to accommodate the two of us along with a roll-away that we had requested. The Opus management upgraded us at no cost to a bigger more spacious room that was perfect! The staff was incredible! They were all friendly and accommodating. There are many great restaurants in Vancouver and the Front Desk staff made several recommendations for dinner which all turned out to be incredible experiences. Loved our time there and would definitely stay there again.

The Opus has a great location for ditching your car and exploring the Yaletown/False Creek area. The hotel staff were attentive without being intrusive. My only complaint is the shades weren't up to the task of blocking out the early morning light.

This is a nice hotel with a great location in Yaletown, the "hip" part of Vancouver, close to train, restaurants, shopping. Staff is wonderful, restaurant in the hotel is superb, great place to use as a home base to visit this city, walking to most parts of twon is very convenient

Very close to the SkyTrain for weasy local transportation. Staff at the hotel was extremely friendly; this was the most pleasant hotel we have had.

The rooms themselves are nice and quiet, but the hotel seems understaffed. There was only one person working the morning we checked out and she was dealing with check outs/check ins, luggage holds, concierge questions. It was a mess. No fault to the person working the desk, she was doing the best she could. The location is the other issue, on the one hand you are right near the train and aquabus. On the other you are in party central on Friday/Saturday which wouldn't necessarily be so bad, but it was a really obnoxious and drunken demographic.

The hotel really left me wondering how it might get such good reviews at its price point. Aside from the built-in fireplace, the room didn't have any real character. The shape of the room and decor was bland and the bathroom was nothing special. I understood this to be a boutique hotel that competed with the large, corporate hotels and their stunning views of Vancouver by providing so many other intangibles. Where Opus did well is that the staff were nice and the ground floor bar (and surrounding area) were packed with people. If you are looking for a good one-night stand, this could definitely be the place as the room had actually bottles of alcohol (rather than the airline minis), aspirin, [*] and 1000mg Vitamin C tablets all for purchase from the "mini-bar". However, it still falls short of a W Hotel or other that provides as similar atmosphere with a better room. And if you want to really enjoy the city and the views, then at a similar price point the Fairmont Pacific Rim or other will be my next choice as a corporate room would be just as sterile and comfortable as this was.

Only parking was valet, but attendants were timely

Business Trip No Great

Hotel advertised that it was close to shopping and the gardens. Actually states "A stones throw away" that stones throw turned out to be a 10 minute cab ride. Very noisy during the night had a hard time sleeping. Rooms were clean but were under stocked, missing shower cap and no coffee mugs. Also was moved to another room on the second night due to limited rooms with two beds. Would not go back to this hotel.

The Opus employs some of the most helpful and friendly staff! The hotel itself is located in a wonderful area for shopping, sightseeing, and dining. The Elixir Restaurant (next to the hotel and run by the hotel) is a great place to eat if you don't mind spending a little extra money. The setting is cozy and relaxed, but not too upscale. The hotel room was well-appointed, and included all of the necessary amenities. The bathroom was very contemporary, with a bench-style counter, heated floors, and a glass-enclosed shower. The bedroom included a wall-mounted flat-screen TV, mini bar, amenity tray, personal desk, closet with safe, and several seating areas. The price of the hotel was slightly higher than if we had stayed at a chain hotel, but well worth it!

Can't say enough! Hotel was beautiful and in a perfect location for all that we wanted to do and see. The Hotel staff was AWESOME! Everyone (even when we checked out at 4:00 a.m.) was friendly, helpful and gave us great tips on places to go and eat. The valet staff gave us "spot on" directions that made our trip so much easier. Our room was small but that's what I expected given the location. Made me feel like I was in New York. By accident, we rented a hybrid car and because of that we were not changed for the hotel's valet parking. This was something we did not know but was pointed out to us at check out. Saved us almost $27 a day! GO GREEN!

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.

We loved the Yaletown location. The staff was friendly and helpful.The bed was comfortable and the room had many amenities. We enjoyed nearby Yaletown Gelato.

Staying at Opus Vancouver was a wonderful experience. Everything from the room decor(complete with CDs for enjoyment during the stay), to the friendly and helpful staff made our stay perfect. I look forward to another opportunity to stay at Opus again, and would highly recommend this hotel.

We really enjoyed our stay at the Opus Hotel. The room was a little small, but very clean, quite and comfortable. The bed was comfy with lots of pillows. With all the subway construction going on I thought for sure it would have been noisy, but it was actually very quite. All the staff were super friendly and very helpful. One of the doormen gave us a ride to Commercial Drive in the hotel mercedes, which was wonderful, and on the way there he recommended his favorite places to shop, have coffee, eat, and enjoy a tasty belian beer, which was very much appreciated. The location was excellent with lots of great restaurants and boutiques within walking distance. The bar was hoppin each night during our stay. It was nice to be able to go downstairs and sip tasty cocktails while listening to great dj music. It was a cool space. We look forward to staying at the Opus Hotel in the future.

The ambiance in this hotel is worth it. Caters to a contemporary crowd. Would recommend it to a family traveling with older teenagers. Great amenities. Very good restaurant. Fun bar.

322 Davie St Vancouver BC

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to BC Place Stadium
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • 24-hour fitness center

Located in Yaletown within a short walk of BC Place Stadium, OPUS Hotel Vancouver is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Granville Island Public Market. This 96-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, a 24-hour fitness center, and free in-room WiFi. Located in central Vancouver, the hotel is also near Stanley Park and Canada Place.


Dining

Enjoy a bite to eat at La Pentola, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a cooked-to-order breakfast is served each morning for a fee.


Rooms

OPUS Hotel Vancouver's 96 rooms are recently renovated and provide iPod docks, minibars, and coffee makers. LED TVs come with pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. Free newspapers, free bottled water, and laptop-compatible safes are other standard amenities.


Property features

Renovated in 2013, OPUS Hotel Vancouver offers a 24-hour fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and 3 meeting rooms. Valet parking is available for CAD 39 per day, and there's also limo/town car service. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this boutique hotel include coffee/tea in a common area, express check-out, and free newspapers.

Room options

Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Executive Suite, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Superior Room, 1 Queen Bed

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Superior Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for OPUS Hotel Vancouver

Everyone (2) Couples (10) Business (2) Family (3) Friends (1) Other (1)
5

upscale urban vibe

BusinessTravelers

I always stay at Opus when I go to Vancouver. Friendly staff offers a glass of sparkling wine on arrival. The rooms are well appointed, with good linens on the bed. All the rooms I've stayed in have bathrooms with windows into the living/bedroom, or looking out over the street. Opus in is Yaletown, steps away from good bars, restaurants and shopping. All around, a great experience!

By , from Seattle on May 27, 2017

Review comment responded on May 30, 2017

Thanks for choosing OPUS! I am delighted that you had a great experience. We certainly enjoyed having you. Let's do it again soon!

5

perfect!

Everyone

The hotel was perfectly located, easy to get to right from the airport on the train, rode bikes to stanley park, right near the aquabus to granville island. The staff was beyond incredible! Terry and Rosana specifically stood out to make our trip the best!

By on Sep 16, 2016

Review comment responded on Sep 21, 2016

Thanks again for choosing OPUS! I will pass on to Terry and Rosie your kind words.

5

great chic vancouver hotel in yaletown.

Everyone

Such a great stay here. From the very friendly reception desk to the quality of the rooms. The location was very close to everything. Was able to walk everywhere in about 30 minutes. The only minor issue was that the interior door didn't close out the noise from the hallway and there were some very loud guests in the hallway late at night.

By on May 16, 2016

Review comment responded on May 19, 2016

Thanks for your review! I am happy you were able to take advantage of our location. Yaletown is pretty fantastic! Please do accept my apologies for the noise on your floor while you were with us. I can imagine that was very frustrating. Please come back and see us soon!

5

wonderful experience!

Families

My daughter and I spent four days at the Opus. When we checked in we found our room to be too small to accommodate the two of us along with a roll-away that we had requested. The Opus management upgraded us at no cost to a bigger more spacious room that was perfect! The staff was incredible! They were all friendly and accommodating. There are many great restaurants in Vancouver and the Front Desk staff made several recommendations for dinner which all turned out to be incredible experiences. Loved our time there and would definitely stay there again.

By on Jul 14, 2015

4

summer in the city

Couples

The Opus has a great location for ditching your car and exploring the Yaletown/False Creek area. The hotel staff were attentive without being intrusive. My only complaint is the shades weren't up to the task of blocking out the early morning light.

By on Aug 3, 2014

4

opus vancouver

Couples

This is a nice hotel with a great location in Yaletown, the "hip" part of Vancouver, close to train, restaurants, shopping. Staff is wonderful, restaurant in the hotel is superb, great place to use as a home base to visit this city, walking to most parts of twon is very convenient

By on Jan 2, 2013

5

excellent vancouver hotel

Couples

Very close to the SkyTrain for weasy local transportation. Staff at the hotel was extremely friendly; this was the most pleasant hotel we have had.

By on Dec 30, 2012

3

have to say i was a little disappointed.

Couples

The rooms themselves are nice and quiet, but the hotel seems understaffed. There was only one person working the morning we checked out and she was dealing with check outs/check ins, luggage holds, concierge questions. It was a mess. No fault to the person working the desk, she was doing the best she could. The location is the other issue, on the one hand you are right near the train and aquabus. On the other you are in party central on Friday/Saturday which wouldn't necessarily be so bad, but it was a really obnoxious and drunken demographic.

By on May 29, 2012

2

disappointing

Couples

The hotel really left me wondering how it might get such good reviews at its price point. Aside from the built-in fireplace, the room didn't have any real character. The shape of the room and decor was bland and the bathroom was nothing special. I understood this to be a boutique hotel that competed with the large, corporate hotels and their stunning views of Vancouver by providing so many other intangibles. Where Opus did well is that the staff were nice and the ground floor bar (and surrounding area) were packed with people. If you are looking for a good one-night stand, this could definitely be the place as the room had actually bottles of alcohol (rather than the airline minis), aspirin, [*] and 1000mg Vitamin C tablets all for purchase from the "mini-bar". However, it still falls short of a W Hotel or other that provides as similar atmosphere with a better room. And if you want to really enjoy the city and the views, then at a similar price point the Fairmont Pacific Rim or other will be my next choice as a corporate room would be just as sterile and comfortable as this was.

By on Aug 1, 2011

4

excellent hotel

Couples

Only parking was valet, but attendants were timely

By on Aug 23, 2010