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What you should know about Robson Street

Robson Street is a shoppers’ paradise, lined with popular chains, quirky independent stores and stylish vintage boutiques. It is the perfect destination to shop until you drop before kicking back with a perfectly brewed coffee in a trendy café and watching the world go by. In the evenings, the restaurants come to the fore. If you’re feeling hungry but aren’t quite sure what you want to eat, then the range of restaurants on Robson Street mean you’re sure to find something that suits.

Hotels in Robson Street


Robson Street hotels tend to be mid-range hotels, with a selection of inexpensive 2- and 3-star options available. The Greenbrier Hotel is a good budget choice. The hotel has a welcoming guesthouse feel, with communal kitchens, clean and comfortable rooms, and the option for children under the age of 12 to stay in their parents’ room for free. Another mid-range option is the Empire Landmark Hotel, whose gleaming lobby opens directly onto Robson Street. If you’re looking for something more upmarket, the Sutton Place hotel is the best option for luxury accommodation in Robson Street.

Things to see in Robson Street


The main activity on Robson Street is shopping. Pacific Centre is a large indoor department store with plenty of international brands which makes a good destination on rainy days. If you fancy hunting for some unique treasures, head along Robson Street towards Bute Street and explore the various independent stores and thrift shops which line the sidewalks. Finally, be sure to leave some time for rifling through the literary treasures in Chapters Book Store, one of the area’s lesser-known gems. Once you are all shopped out, head round the corner for a taste of culture at the Vancouver Art Gallery. As well as a number of rotating exhibits and interactive arts activities for the kids, the gallery houses an impressive collection by Canadian artist Emily Carr. This revolutionary artist of her time kicked against the constraints of Victorian society in British Columbia, instead choosing to dedicate her life to painting nature.

Good for families


Robson Street offers something for family members of all ages, from a cultural day out perusing the work of local artists to indulging in a well-deserved shopping spree. In the evenings, there is a wealth of food available for all tastes and budgets, and the area is very well served by public transport. Robson Street hotel reviews talk of a friendly, safe neighborhood with a strong community feel and a welcoming vibe. Hotels in Robson Street are comfortable, affordable, and family friendly, making it a great base from which to explore most of Vancouver’s best-known attractions.

How to get to Robson Street


If you are arriving by plane, you will probably land at Vancouver International Airport, which has direct train links to the city. A good alternative to Vancouver is Seattle, located a 3-hour drive across the border in the United States. From here, coaches and Amtrak trains are available to get into central Vancouver in a matter of hours. Robson Street is located one block south and three blocks west of the City Centre Canada Line Station. For those with heavy luggage, it is easy to pick up a taxi from the train station to your Robson Street accommodation. The number 5 bus from downtown Vancouver also stops at Robson Street.

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