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Kitsilano - Vancouver, BC, Canada
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Average price in Kitsilano:$242/night
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$113 - $497
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Beautiful, Quiet 3BR in Posh Kitsilano
Beautiful, Quiet 3BR in Posh Kitsilano
9.8 Excellent
Vancouver, BC, Canada
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2.9 mi from city centre,  

Located in Vancouver, Beautiful Quiet 3BR in Posh Kitsilano is within a 20-minute drive of Vancouver International Airport and offers a bowling alley. It is conveniently positioned for guests wanting to discover the area's attractions.

$425
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Maple Beach B&B

1533 Maple Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

$79

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Where to stay in Kitsilano, Vancouver

About Kitsilano

Beach towels and volleyballs are the order of the day in Kitsilano, a beachside neighbourhood on the northern edge of Vancouver’s west side. Kitsilano is where one of Vancouver’s best beaches is found, a sociable strip of sand that’s lapped by the waters of English Bay. Green parks wind away from the beach, and it always feels like nature is in control here, a real contrast to the high-rise streets in Downtown. Back in the 1960s, this was where the cool kids came to hang out. Although there’s been a certain gentrification, Kitsilano remains one of Canada’s most vibrant neighbourhoods.

Much of the visitor experience revolves around exploring the low-rise streets and soaking up the coastal atmosphere. Kitsilano is where art deco galleries juxtapose with Italian coffee shops, indie record stores stand beside Japanese bistros, and a semblance of counterculture has remained strong since the sixties. The beach is the iconic place to start in summer, while in winter, the trio of museums in Vanier Park is great for a rainy day. The excellent Museum of Vancouver packs over a million items into the exhibit halls, while the Maritime Museum and H. R. Macmillan Space Centre and Planetarium are well suited for families.

Kitsilano is not on Vancouver’s SkyTrain network, but many buses run here from Downtown or different SkyTrain stations. An enchanting way to arrive is on the ferry from Yaletown, across the water. This neighbourhood is small enough to discover on foot, especially the area in and around the beach.

The views when sunbathing on Kitsilano’s beach are very different today than they were in the 1960s. Mountains still provide the backdrop, but the foreground is dominated by the high-rise condos and towers of Vancouver’s Downtown, just across the bay.

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Beach towels and volleyballs are the order of the day in Kitsilano, a beachside neighbourhood on the northern edge of Vancouver’s west side. Kitsilano is where one of Vancouver’s best beaches is found, a sociable strip of sand that’s lapped by the waters of English Bay. Green parks wind away from the beach, and it always feels like nature is in control here, a real contrast to the high-rise streets in Downtown. Back in the 1960s, this was where the cool kids came to hang out. Although there’s been a certain gentrification, Kitsilano remains one of Canada’s most vibrant neighbourhoods.

Much of the visitor experience revolves around exploring the low-rise streets and soaking up the coastal atmosphere. Kitsilano is where art deco galleries juxtapose with Italian coffee shops, indie record stores stand beside Japanese bistros, and a semblance of counterculture has remained strong since the sixties. The beach is the iconic place to start in summer, while in winter, the trio of museums in Vanier Park is great for a rainy day. The excellent Museum of Vancouver packs over a million items into the exhibit halls, while the Maritime Museum and H. R. Macmillan Space Centre and Planetarium are well suited for families.

Kitsilano is not on Vancouver’s SkyTrain network, but many buses run here from Downtown or different SkyTrain stations. An enchanting way to arrive is on the ferry from Yaletown, across the water. This neighbourhood is small enough to discover on foot, especially the area in and around the beach.

The views when sunbathing on Kitsilano’s beach are very different today than they were in the 1960s. Mountains still provide the backdrop, but the foreground is dominated by the high-rise condos and towers of Vancouver’s Downtown, just across the bay.

  • What are the best hotels in Kitsilano?

    Kitsilano is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Sunny Vintage Home in Kits with Free Parking, which has a current rating of 7.6. For other potential stays, consider A True Home- Blocks To Kits Beach And 4th Ave, Minutes From Downtown And Ubc and fabulous beach side private apartment, which can also be great places to stay in Kitsilano.

  • What is a good hotel near Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal?

    A good hotel close to Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal is Hyatt Regency Vancouver (rated 8.5/10 from 2,057 reviews).

  • What is a good hotel in Kitsilano near Vancouver Convention Centre?

    Hyatt Regency Vancouver is rated 8.5 from 2,057 reviews and is close to Vancouver Convention Centre.

  • Is there a good hotel near Rogers Arena?

    If you’re looking for good hotels near Rogers Arena, consider Hyatt Regency Vancouver (rated 8.5 over 2,057 reviews).