Wondering where to stay, eat, shop, and more after taking a trip on a luxury V2V ferry from Victoria to Vancouver? Take a look at these suggestions for your next weekend getaway.
Active travellers will enjoy a stay at the L’Hermitage Hotel , which showcases with a 15-metre saltwater lap pool and complimentary bike rentals. Relax in the trendy, condo-sized rooms, or take a trip to nearby Robson Street for shopping.
Operated by the Native American Housing Society, Skwachays Lodge offers a glimpse into Vancouver’s heritage with its smudge room and fair trade gallery. The circa-1906 boutique hotel also provides easy access to Gastown’s bars and restaurants.
Vancouver’s Granville Island Public Market is ideal for foodies. This public food hall serves up a variety of cuisines, from freshly caught seafood to Asian dishes.
Looking for something sweet before heading home on a Vancouver to Victoria ferry? Visit Rain or Shine Ice Cream for unique spins on classic favourites.
Design fans will find inspiration at Old Faithful Shop, which is filled with heirloom home goods. Plus, you’ll find homemade pickles and Mast Brothers chocolates for snacking.
Need a postcard to commemorate your vacation on a ferry Victoria to Vancouver? Drop by The Regional Assembly of Text, a stationery store loved by visitors and locals alike. Read your favourite magazine in the shop’s nook or create your own buttons.
Located in the Pan Pacific Hotel, Spa Utopia is a relaxation paradise with an ancient Roman vibe. Tumbling waterfalls, experienced massage therapists, and seaweed treatments will help you forget life’s worries.
The Spa at the Wedgewood offers a world-class sanctuary in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Knowledgeable therapists create a relaxation plan based on your beauty and wellness needs, recommending facials, body scrubs, and other treatments to help you unwind.
After disembarking from the luxury Victoria to Vancouver ferry, take a trip to Crab Park for a stroll and picnic. Crab Park also is a great place to watch the Canada Day fireworks.
The province’s best collection of native art is located at the Museum of Anthropology, a breathtaking concrete and glass structure. Architecture enthusiasts will note that the building was designed by Arthur Erickson, often called Vancouver’s greatest architect.
With V2V Vancouver to Victoria ferries, you’ll travel to some of B.C.’s greatest sites in style. Contact us now to schedule your next adventure.