VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - October 28, 2016) - Perched proudly in the heart of downtown Vancouver, the stately Victorian Hotel is truly in its element amidst the billowing leaves and windswept sidewalks. The hotel, which offers guests a taste of affordable luxury in a central location, is often packed to capacity during the summer months, but their latest blog reminds visitors that there's a lot going on well into the fall. For more, go to: http://victorianhotel.ca/blog/
Their latest blog, posted on the corporate website, features some of the "coolest" fall attractions around the city. While many locals will be familiar with these perennial favourites, which include charming highlights like Yaletown's Taste of Vancouver and the Stanley Part Ghost Train, there's a certain magic awaiting those who have yet to discover them.
These autumn events take place all over Vancouver, and they cater to people with all kinds of interests. Whether you're a culinary enthusiast, horror buff, or blossoming art aficionado, there's something to do for everyone.
"Because the Victorian Hotel is centrally located, it's very easy for tourists to get around," says Miriam Mowat, founder of the Victorian Hotel. "Besides short commutes, there's plenty of access to public transportation, which runs frequently to areas all around the city."
Booking early is recommended to avoid disappointment. Most of the attractions have their own websites, with information, times, and the ability to purchase tickets online.
"Our staff members at the Victorian Hotel are long time locals, with a lot of experience in the hospitality industry," says Holly. "If you're looking for recommendations about things to do and see, they'll be pleased to help."
About the Company
Located at 514 Homer Street, the Victorian Hotel offers 47 newly renovated rooms, featuring 21st century comforts within a historic atmosphere. Constructed in 1898, the hotel offers uncomplicated and professional service for its patrons, who enjoy an authentic Victorian ambiance. For more information, log on to http://www.victorianhotel.ca.