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“The Paper Hound” at the Victorian Hotel Vancouver

Posted on January 30th, 2014 by anney in vancouver events, vancouver shopping, victorian hotel

“The Paper Hound” at the Victorian Hotel Vancouver Downtown Vancouver just got more interesting as The Paper Hound is here. It’s the newest and funkiest bookstore added to Vancouver’s “Book Row”  in Downtown Vancouver and Gastown. You can easily check it out as it is located at the Victorian Hotel Vancouver, along Pender Street. The paper Hound stocks [...]

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New Vancouver Restaurant Cinara Opening in January 2014!

Posted on November 27th, 2013 by victorian in vancouver restaurants, victorian hotel

The Victorian Hotel’s iconic corner of Homer St & West Pender will be anchored by a fabulous european eatery called Cinara. The full service restaurant and wine bar will feature large picture windows, open kitchen & delicious european food with a strong Italian accent. The restaurant in Downtown Vancouver is planned to open in January [...]

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New Vancouver Shopping Stores at the Victorian Hotel

Posted on November 22nd, 2013 by victorian in vancouver shopping, victorian hotel

Vancouver Downtown Hotel: The Victorian Hotel is pleased to announce that as of September of 2013, the hotel has opened many new supporting businesses that have been added to our commercial component of the Victorian Hotel block. The retail shopping businesses opened compliments our Gastown historic building and services our guests nicely with a range [...]

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Celebrate Victoria Day with a time honoured tradition of Afternoon Tea at the Victorian Hotel, on Monday, May 20, 2013.

Posted on May 17th, 2013 by victorian in vancouver events, victorian hotel

Victorian Hotel is proudly celebrating Victoria Day, as it is the hotel’s namesake.  The Victorian Hotel in Vancouver was built in 1898, of Victorian Architecture during the reign of Queen Victoria, and officially holds the building name as Victoria Block.  Victoria Day is truly a Canadian tradition and has been celebrated since 1845 when Canada [...]

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