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What you should know about Davie Village

From its rainbow cross-walk to its bright pink garbage cans, there's no doubting the pride that Davie Village has in being home to Vancouver's vibrant gay community. Set either side of Davie Street in the heart of the city's West End, here you'll discover the city's best gay pubs and nightclubs, fine LGBT bookstores, and a number of great gay-friendly restaurants. But more than that you'll enjoy a “gayborhood” whose friendly, open atmosphere charms visitors, straight and gay alike.

Hotels in Davie Village

Thanks to its location in the heart of the West End there are a variety of hotels close by, just 15 minutes or so from Davie Street. There's also a smaller number of options for accommodation Davie Village itself, in the area book-marked by Jervis and Burrard Streets. 2 mid-sized, mid-range hotels stand out. The Sunset Inn and Suites is a sleekly styled modern hotel whose spacious guestrooms come with separate kitchens and lounges. The Sandman Suites Vancouver on Davie is a larger Davie Village hotel, with a classic-but-contemporary feel to its rooms. They boast luxury baths and the hotel is much praised in Davie Village hotel reviews for its excellent spa and fitness facilities.

Things to see in Davie Village

A stroll down Davie Street has to be one of the highlights of staying in this neighborhood, thanks to its lively atmosphere, vibrant bars, and amazing street decor. No walk here is complete without crossing (and being photographed) on the gloriously colored Rainbow Crosswalk, now something of an icon for this neighborhood. Other attractions are a little further out. A couple of blocks southwest is Sunset Beach Park, its sandy beaches and trails set aside for walking, biking and inline skating—a great place to stretch your legs. It's also a great location to linger as dusk falls, so you can watch the sun set over the waters of English Bay. And don't forget that nearby are the excellent museums of the West End, including the glorious Vancouver Art Gallery. Home to over 10,000 artworks, it's also famed for its collection of paintings by feminist icon Emily Carr.

Good for all travelers

This neighborhood works well for anyone wanting to delve into every aspect to Vancouver's culture, from its mainstream attractions to its lesser-known but fascinating sides. Staying at a Davie Village hotel lets you enjoy one those of course, soaking up its unique atmosphere and gay-friendly vibe. But the delights of downtown Vancouver are also right on your doorstep, making them a cinch to explore. Whether you want to indulge in the fine dining and sumptuous shopping opportunities of the West End, or the historical charm of Gastown, at Davie Village all you need do is hop on the bus.

How to get to Davie Village

Most visitors to coming into this city arrive at Vancouver International Airport, 9 miles to its south. To get to Davie Village you could hire a car at the airport, the journey taking around 35 minutes, but parking can be an issue in parts of central Vancouver. Public transport is probably a simpler way to travel to Davie Village from the airport. Take the 980 SkyTrain service toward “Waterfront”, which will get you to Vancouver City Center Station in 25 minutes. Here you'll need to transfer to the 006 bus service from Granville Street, which arrives in Davie Village 10 minutes later.

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