Imagine waking up to amazing vistas of the Burrard Inlet and snow-capped mountains. Located in Vancouver’s prestigious Coal Harbour, the Loden Hotel, one of Canada’s top boutique hotels, offers the perfect blend West Coast comfort and luxury. (Please click on photo to enlarge and see slideshow).
This sophisticated establishment is situated just a few steps from the city’s breathtaking waterfront, Stanley Park, some of the top restaurants and bars in Gastown, and options like luxury retailer Holt Renfrew or the boutique shops along Robson Street.
This 15-storey hotel tower’s modern design is the work of Vancouver-based architecture firm Hewitt & Kwasnicky whose craftsmanship highlights natural stone, copper, and glass that blend the natural features of British Columbia onto the hotel’s exterior.
San Francisco-based luxury hotel interior design firm BAMO achieved a refined balance in creating the interiors of common areas. Guestrooms offer an exquisite mixture of caramel, dark chocolate brown, and elegant coral.
Signature King, Park Vista, and six one-bedroom suites are among the 77 stylish rooms available. It is the Halo penthouse, however–a lavishly appointed 3,000-square-foot, two-bedroom featuring a 1,400-square-foot wrap-around rooftop terrace with panoramic views of the mountains and Vancouver skyline—that will truly take your breath away.
Adjacent to the lobby area, Tableau is one of Vancouver’s most popular French bistros. Its chic interiors and vibrant atmosphere deliver an outstanding dining experience. Executive Chef Marc-André Choquette’s creations are considered among the most deliciously sexy dinning options in town.
As one of Vancouver’s premier hotels, the Loden Hotel–voted one of the top 25 luxury hotels in Canada (Trip Advisor, Traveler’s Choice Awards 2014)– will woo you with its superb West Coast hospitality, exceptional service, and stylish facilities.
Address: 1177 Melville Street, Vancouver, BC, V6E 0A3, Canada
Telephone: +1 (604) 669-5060
Special thanks: Ms. Kelly Shears
Focal Journey (by Gustavo Espinola)