VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - July 21, 2016) - Based in Vancouver, the Victorian Hotel is a centrally located boutique hotel that could best be described as "turn of the century with a twist." Always popular, the location is a particular draw for guests who want easy access to the wide variety of summertime attractions found around the city. This month, the hotel has released a helpful guide for guests who are in town to enjoy the Celebration of Light. For more, go to: http://victorianhotel.ca/blog/
The blog begins by listing the dates and times for the 2016 Celebration of Light. This year the countries participating are Australia, the Netherlands, and the United States, which will be represented by Disney. It also lists six of the most popular locations to witness this popular summertime spectacular around Vancouver.
For example, if you don't mind the crowds, the Victorian Hotel blog suggests taking the SeaBus or SkyTrain, only five minutes away at Waterfront Station, to access the hotspots around the city.
Beachfronts like English Bay offer a great view, as long as you don't mind the crowds. However, claustrophobes may want to steer clear and opt instead to make a reservation at a restaurant with a good rooftop patio that offers a more secluded view of the spectacular lightshow.
Last year, the celebration drew between 300,000 and 400,000 people, which means that commuting will require both planning and patience. However, persistence will be rewarded with one of the most masterful displays of pyrotechnics in North America.
Guests staying at the Victorian Hotel who want to learn more about the event, transportation, or other attractions around the city, should direct their questions to staff members, who are always ready to help.
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Located at 514 Homer Street, The Victorian Hotel offers 47 newly renovated rooms, featuring 21st Century comforts within a Victorian 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.