While staying at the Victorian Hotel you may be wanting to discover Vancouver’s fabulous coffee bars. For delicious espresso coffee, just 3 blocks away from the Victorian Hotel, is a secret little coffee bar called REVOLVER. Everyone definitely must visit REVOLVER.
Revolver will make you the best cup of coffee they can, Because you are the best.
RevolverCoffee is focussed on two key principles:
Coffee and the experience that should go with it.
All drinks are made fresh to order from a rotating menu of their favourite coffees from world class roasters around North America.
You can also buy fabulous and fresh beans to take home and brew yourself from various roasters such as:
THE BARN – BERLIN
PHIL &SEBASTIAN – CALGARY
HEART – PORTLAND
RITUAL – SAN FRANCISCO
ANCHORED – NOVA SCOTIA
I highly recommend you visit REVOLVER while staying at the Victorian Hotel.
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre (649 Cambie St, Vancouver)
When: February 19th to 21st
The Miami City Ballet in Vancouver
Forget the usual box of chocolates, here’s a Valentine’s Day idea that she’ll remember and cherish. Tickets are now on sale for the much-anticipated performances by the Miami City Ballet in Vancouver.
Performed by Miami City Ballet, Balanchine is a triple bill of acclaimed Balanchine works. In an evening that displays Balanchine’s inspiring marriage of ground-breaking ballet with classical music, each piece is choreographed in dynamic relation to some of the world’s most celebrated scores.
The soaring attraction at the Canada Place pier is bringing back its highly popular soaring ride over China in time for Chinese New Year celebrations.
Passengers will follow a mythical dragon soaring over both ancient and modern China’s most spectacular landscapes and structures, including a visit to the rock mountain formations of Guilin in South China, the glacier covered peaks of the Himalayas, the Great Wall of China, the Yangtze River and the cityscape of the booming business capital of Shanghai.
Get a great start on the weekend with some of the Vancouver Boutique Hotel Guide’s favorite classic films! This week-long film event includes screenings of some of Hollywood’s greatest classics and fan favourites.
Tickets cost only $6.99 including tax. And customers are able to obtain discounts for buying multiple tickets.
This year’s film festival lineup includes Alien (1979), Aliens (1986), The Monster Squad (1987),Hellboy(2004), Pan’s Labyrinth (2006), The Monster Squad (1987), The Rocketeer (1991), Blade Runner: The Final Cut (2007), Darkman (1990), Dick Tracy (1990), Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2, and the X-Men trilogy (2000, 2003, 2006) and X-Men: First Class (2011).