One-Night Stay at Hotel Le Soleil in Downtown Vancouver

Hotel Le Soleil

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The AAA Four Diamond boutique hotel features luxe decor and an onsite restaurant

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Expires May 3rd, 2013. Must book by 5/3/13 or promotional value expires. Must complete travel by 4/30/13 or 7/31/13 depending on option purchased. Not valid 3/6-3/8/13, 4/5-4/8/13, 5/4/13, 5/30-5/31/13, 6/1-6/3/13, 6/6-6/10/13, 6/18-6/22/13, 6/27-6/29/13. Limit 3 per person. Limit 3 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required, subject to availability. 24-day cancellation notice required or fee of applicable one-night's stay up to the amount paid for Groupon applies. Must be 21 or older to check in. Credit card required at booking. Up to 16.5% tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

AAA Four Diamond Boutique Hotel in Heart of Downtown

Hotel Le Soleil’s stone archways, gilded moulding, and oil paintings evoke an aristocratic estate plucked from Rococo France and replanted in downtown Vancouver. At the entrance, a doorman dressed in a gold waistcoat ushers guests into the lobby, where they’ll find red velvet armchairs set in front of a crackling fireplace. The hotel’s easy elegance earned it a nod as 1 of the Top 25 Luxury Hotels in Canada in the 2012 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards.

Upstairs, the regal theme continues throughout one-bedroom-suite accommodations. Rooms with damask-striped gold wallpaper are furnished with 19th-century european decor, including down duvets and pullout couches adorned with crimson and gold brocades. Each corner suite features an expanded sitting area bathed in sunlight from two floor-to-ceiling windows.

The onsite Copper Chimney Restaurant & Bar serves Indian-inspired small plates, such as a lamb kebab dressed with crushed lentils and mint chutney (C$12).

Vancouver, British Columbia: Bustling Metropolis near Skiing Wonderland

Despite playing host to the 2010 Winter Olympics, Vancouver enjoys relatively mild winters. Because of its coastal climate, very little snowfall sticks to the ground or any slow-moving pedestrians.

Along the northeast edge of downtown, the historic Gastown has a brick-paved pedestrian mall that runs along the waterfront. Once a cluster of ramshackle saloons, the area today is filled with coffee shops and nightclubs. To the south—across the inlet of False Creek—you’ll find the Granville Island Public Market, where vendors sell artisanal foods and homemade crafts. Nearby, the up-and-coming neighborhood of South Main attracts hip crowds with its progressive eateries and indie boutiques.

Although numerous ski resorts stand just outside city limits, Whistler Mountain (a two-hour drive to the north) boasts the world-class ski trails where the Olympic downhill events took place. The peak is blanketed in powder by late November, when both the slopes and the après-ski nightclubs come to life.

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95% of 527 customers recommend

  • “great location - great service”

  • “The doorman was friendly and helpful. Liked his French accent!!”

  • “The staff were friendly and the service was excellent. A beautiful hotel. I look forward to staying with them again.”

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    Hotel Le Soleil

    567 Hornby St.

    Vancouver, BC V6C 2E8


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