The grand garden courtyard at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre provides a dramatic counterpoint to the hotel's streamlined architecture and innovative glass design. Steps away from Vancouver's business and financial district, this smoke-free hotel is surrounded by a wide variety of local and international dining establishments. The 35-story hotel is conveniently located less than two kilometers from Stanley Park and the convention center.
This property's lounge radiates mellow ambience and provides an ideal setting for nightcaps, while the main bar offers a tempting array of local brews. Guests can dine in the sleek café that features elliptical chandeliers designed by Canadian glass artist Martha Sturdy. Room service is available 24 hours a day. The Sheraton's Grand Ballroom is a multi-million-dollar technological marvel with permanently installed multimedia technology. Two versatile ballrooms and more than 30 meeting, dining and breakout rooms are well designed for meetings and celebrations. Guests can accomplish a workout or indulge in pampering services in the 12,000-square-foot health club that features a variety of exercise equipment, European-style lap pool, personal trainers, spa tubs, saunas and a hair salon. The Link@Sheraton Internet lounge on the third floor features free wireless Internet access, computer workstations with high-speed Internet, a fax machine, and a copier.
The 733 guestrooms are housed in two towers and feature distinctive furnishings, superior bedding with plush-top mattresses, and panoramic mountain, city or ocean views through floor-to-ceiling windows. Conveniences include make-up mirrors, luxury bath products, plush bathrobes and minibars. In addition, guestrooms have 32-inch TVs, in-room movies, complimentary high-speed Internet access, fax/data ports, in-room safes, and multi-line telephones. Marble bathrooms feature telephones, soaker tubs and counter-to-ceiling windows. Adjoining rooms are available for groups and families. Cribs are also available (surcharge).