OPUS Hotel: Experience Luxurious Euro Charm in the Heart of Vancouver

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Nestled in the trendy Yale-Town section of Vancouver, British Columbia, OPUS Hotel offers its guests contemporary Euro charm with luxurious accommodations, complimentary champagne and magnificent amenities.

The OPUS Hotel concierge team is attentive to each guests every desire from the moment of check-in toasting with complimentary champagne, or non-alcoholic beverages, the beginning of your stay in their luxurious suites. 

The well-appointed deluxe rooms feature all the amenities that make an OPUS Hotel stay a memorable one. The guest room conveniences include flat screen televisions with a range of in-house and international choices, a well stocked mini-bar offering top shelf beverages as well as softer choices, sweet and salty treats, turn-down service, I-pod docking stations and all the necessities to ensure a pleasurable stay.


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The hotel boosts a modern business center that provides the busy traveler access to internet services twenty four hours a day and a kiosk for early flight check-in to most major airlines leaving from Vancouver International.  Additional essentials for a luxurious stay for the health conscious guest include the OPUS Hotel fitness center with a range of cardio machines, free weights, yoga and by appointment spa services and treatments. 

Situated on either side of the OPUS Hotel lobby are restaurants to accommodate the culinary needs of the early morning and late night traveler. The Coffee Shop, a corner take-out kiosk, with limited French café style tables, caters to the java and muffin to go crowd and the more formal sit down wait service restaurant with a full menu and bar also boosts hidden rooms with picnic benches and neon modern Jackson Pollack designs.

In the evening the lobby transforms into a Euro club experience extending outside the, with its sleek lines, marble tables and neo modern that offers standard menu items and also an evening’s club experience in glossy shiny smooth lines, magnificent grand splendid plush oversize pillows.


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OPUS Hotel’s room service menu provides exceptional culinary choices for the astute diner who wishes to enjoy a full menu offering in the privacy of their guest room. With wake-up call service and the option to pre-order ones choice the meal can arrive promptly at the guest requested time.

Divided by the False Creek River, Vancouver is similar to Budapest, Hungery, with the old town maintaining its quaint charm and its neo modern architecture populating the trendy upscale Yale Town neighborhood is evidence of an city in the grips of modern expansion with mirrored facades populating the neighborhood that was once decayed and dotted with abandoned warehouses which have been replaced with floor thru restaurants, equivalent to New York’s restaurant row, with a taste for even the most discerning  palates.  

As part of the OSCAR gift bag for the past two years OPUS Hotel is a favorite of the local and international film industry.

For more information on the OPUS Hotel: http://www.opushotel.com/Vancouver

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