What began as a lone saloon and lumber mill within the wilderness of Burrard Inlet evolved into Gastown, one of Vancouver's earliest neighborhoods. The burg sprung up in 1867, the same year Canada entered nationhood, and over the course of a century, Gastown eventually traded its rough-and-tumble establishments for art galleries, boutiques, and hip restaurants. Delta Vancouver Suites lies a block away from Gastown and the Canada Line rail system, and within a short stroll of eclectic neighborhoods and the massive natural harbor. The hotel's centralized location makes it a launching pad for several of the city's main attractions, including Stanley Park and the heart of downtown Vancouver.
After soaking in city views form the modern suites, you wont have to wander far to find a great meal. The chefs at the onsite Manhattan Restaurant serve up breakfast and lunch from a seafood-rich menu that features dishes such as tempura-battered Pacific halibut and grilled sockeye salmon. Bartenders at the other in-house eatery, Spencer's Resto Lounge, pour wines by the glass and mix designer cocktails such as the caramel-apple martini. The libations complement a gastropub-style menu of sandwiches, grilled meats, and thin-crust pizzas.
Named a National Historic Site in 2009, the Gastown neighborhood is home to a diverse collection of fashionable retailers, bars, and cafes tucked into picturesque Victorian-era buildings. About 2 miles (3 km) south of the hotel, youll find Granville Island, actually a peninsula that juts into the False Creek Harbor. Granville boasts a slew of waterfront restaurants, theaters, and an artists community with buskers. Vendors at the sprawling Public Market sell fresh produce and seafood alongside craft beer, artisan bread, and handcrafted smartphones. The nearby Kids Market caters to the younger set with an array of toy shops and an indoor adventure park.
Vancouverites flock to the northwestern peninsula of Stanley Park for fresh air and more than 1,000 acres of green space. Towering cedars, hemlocks, and firs dot the park, which also encompasses the Vancouver Aquarium and a nature center. A paved path known as the Seawall winds along the Vancouver Harbor through Stanley Park and buzzes with joggers, bikers, and rollerbladers on sunny days.
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