A stay at Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver places you in the heart of Vancouver, within a 15-minute walk of Canada Place and BC Place Stadium. This 5-star hotel is 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Stanley Park and 2.2 mi (3.5...
Quick facts about Stanley Park
Stanley Park is a 405-hectare (1.001-acre) public park next to downtown Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada and is surrounded by the Burrard Inlet and English Bay waters.
The park has a long history, and is the city’s first places to discover when visiting Vancouver. The land was originally used for thousands of years by Indigenous people before British colonization, during the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush in 1858. The future park with its abundant resources would also be home to non-Indigenous settlers for many years following the colonization. The land was later transformed into the first park in Vancouver when the town was incorporated in 1886. It was named after Lord Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby, then appointed governor general. It was originally known as the Coal Peninsula, and was set aside to guard the entrance to Vancouver harbor for military fortifications. In 1886 the city council of Vancouver successfully sought a park lease that was granted for $1 per annum. Lord Stanley opened the Park in his name in September 1888.
The park has many attractions and it is a must when visiting Vancouver.
Top hotels near Stanley Park
With a stay at La Grande Residence at the Sutton Place Hotel, you’ll be centrally located in Vancouver, within a 10-minute drive of Stanley Park and Canada Place. This 4.5-star hotel is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Granville Island Public...
The Shangri-La Hotel Vancouver offers easy access to luxury shopping, art facilities and trendy restaurants and bars with a full-service spa. Guests can enjoy views of downtown Vancouver.
Travel info about Vancouver and Canada
Vancouver, the largest city in British Columbia is Canada’s busy port metropolis with many things to offer to its visitors. And visitors are plenty – over 10 million visited Vancouver in 2017 alone. Tourist love Vancouver because of great combination of urban and outdoors, great food, diverse culture and many...
Canada is the second largest country in the world and it is known also as Great White North, and quite justly due to snowy landscapes passing well into Arctic Circle. It is stretched from Pacific Ocean in the west to Atlantic Ocean to the east, with United States in the south and to the Arctic in the north.