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Tasteful 1 BR & Private Bath In DT

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Private room and private full bathroom conveniently located in modern and trendy neighbourhood, with amazing views, and fully modern stylish equipped condo.

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Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 2
Beds: 1


Monthly Price: $1845 /month
Cancellation: Strict


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About the Host, Israel

Vancouver, Canada
Member since July 2011
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within an hour

  • Israel
  • Nesters Market

    This grocery store ins only 3 blocks away from the condo. Standard prices with a sufficient selection of breakfast, lunch and snacks that you could buy for your stay.
    Seymour Street Vancouver BC V6B 3L9
  • Blue Water Cafe + Raw Bar

    Two blocks from the apartment is Vancouver’s premier seafood restaurant, Blue Water Cafe. International reputation for excellence on serving the freshest and most sustainable wild coastal species.
    Hamilton Street Vancouver BC V6B 5T4
  • Flying Pig

    One of my very own favourite restaurants The Flying Pig. There is not only pork on the menu, it has a wide range of items and, yes, a small portion can be pork. This place is only three blocks away.
    Hamilton St Vancouver BC V6B
  • Vancouver Art Gallery

    Two blocks away, the Gallery features work of leaders in the field of contemporary art and Vancouvers own artists. Have brunch at the cafeterias patio and enjoy classical music while sipping wine.
    Hornby Street Vancouver BC V6Z 2H7
  • Chambar Restaurant

    Three blocks away is Chambar, unpretentious fling with fine dining. French and Belgian kitchen. Cant speak for the beer as Im not a beer drinker but their food is to exquisite.
    Beatty Street Vancouver BC V6B 2L3
  • Medina Cafe

    A must for brunch is Cafe Medina, a café serving connoisseur-savvy coffee, Belgian waffles, full breakfast, lunch, and brunch menu comprised of dishes created by co-owner and chef, Nico Schuermans.
    Vancouver BC V6B2L3
  • Yaletown

    Youll be staying in Vancouver’s trendy and upscale renovated warehouse district, Yaletown. This urban neighbourhood homes some of the city’s top fashion shops, cutting edge restaurants and bars.
    Vancouver BC V6B
  • Nuba in Gastown

    Just around the corner is another of my favourite restaurants. Lebanese fare at affordable prizes. The lentil soup and Najibs special will leave you satiated. Great choice for vegetarians.
    West Hastings Vancouver BC V6B 1K6
  • Revolver

    Coffee lover??? Just 3 blocks away youll be having the best coffee I had ever tried. I only drink coffee on special occasions and this is always my preferred spot. Treat yourself here.
    Cambie Street Vancouver BC V6B 1H7
  • Catch 122 Cafe Bistro

    Modern eclectic brunch restaurant located 10min. walk from the apartment. Also one of my favourites for weekend brunch. French food at a very reasonable price.
    West Hastings Street Vancouver BC V6B 1G8
  • Wildebeest

    Also 10min. walk away youll be at another unique place in Gastown. I have always go for the special of the day and had never been disappointed. Fair prices and more on the meaty side.
    West Hastings Street Vancouver BC V6B 1G8
  • Kadoya Japanese Restaurant

    Leaving Vancouver without trying Kadoyas sushi would be a crime. My own favourite sushi place with creative chef special rolls and very affordable prices for casual dinner.
    Vancouver BC V6E 1M5
  • DR. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

    In less than a 10min walk you’ll find what I call a hidden gem in the middle of Chinatown, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen. Delicate small garden with lots of twists and turns to appreciate various vistas.
    Carrall Street Vancouver BC V6B 5K2
  • Salt Tasting Room

    Great location to taste different type of wines. The place is only a 10min walk away but be warned that is located on a back alley, Blood Alley, not everyones cup of tea only for the adventurous.
    blood alley Vancouver BC V6B 0C4
  • Gastown

    In less than a 5min. walk youll be in the 4th Most Stylish Neighbourhood in the World in 2012, Gastown. This is the epicenter of Vancouver’s creative talent in design, culture, food, and fashion.
    Vancouver BC V6B
  • C Restaurant

    In less than a 5min. walk youll find Vancouvers most progressive seafood restaurant, C. Serving sustainable seafood from local waters and ingredients that are distinctive and homegrown.
    Howe Street Vancouver BC V6Z 1R8
  • L'Abattoir

    I would say this is probably my favourite restaurant in Gastown. Homed in a 19th century building and Vancouvers 1st jail. French cuisine in a location to die for.
    Carrall Street Vancouver BC V6B 2J2
  • Granville Island

    10 min. away youll find this fascinating urban oasis filled with fine waterfront restaurants, theatres, galleries, unique shops, cafes and the most spectacular fresh food market.
    Vancouver BC V6H
  • False Creek Community Centre

    The community centre is not the attraction. This is the closest place where you could rent a kayak and paddle through Vancouver’s fascinating vistas of city and nature.
    Cartwright Street Vancouver BC V6H 3R8
  • Vancouver Chinatown

    If you have visited San Francisco’s Chinatown you’ll think poorly of this one. However, it’s worth walking around and try some food from one of the authentic Chinese restaurants in the area.
    Vancouver British Columbia V6B 5K2
  • Denman St

    Easy to access via bus or walking, Denman St offers a wide variety of restaurants and stores. One of my favourite restaurants there is Banana Leaf. End your trek on English Bay enjoying gelato!!!
    Denman St Vancouver BC
  • Vancouver Aquarium

    Right in Stanley Park, the Vancouver Aquarium is a non-profit society dedicated to the conservation of aquatic life. My adult guests enjoyed this very much as the aquarium is esthetically formidable.
    Vancouver BC V6G 3E2
  • Stanley Park

    Bike, run, roller blade or walk around Vancouvers thousand acre paradise, Stanley Park. A must see is third beach where if lucky you could enjoy some live music and mesmerizing sunsets.
    Vancouver British Columbia
  • Main St

    For a truly eclectic mix of old and new, mid-Main Street offers great shopping, coffee shops and restaurants of every taste and type. The major areas to wander include 16th to 33rd Ave and Main.
    Main St Vancouver BC
  • Granville St

    South Granville is fast-emerging shopping neighbourhood, full of galleries and stores specializing in interior design, home furnishings and antiques. Top eateries could be found here.
    Granville St Vancouver BC
  • VanDusen Botanical Garden

    It would be a 20min walk or 5min bus ride for you to see beautiful and peaceful grounds. One of my preferred sites to forget about the city noise and just relax.
    Oak Street Vancouver BC V6M 4H1
  • The University of British Columbia

    Within a 40min bus ride you’ll be at UBC. You’ll see inspiring old and modern buildings, pleasing views and gardens as well a vibrate, and strangely for a student environment, relaxing atmosphere.
    Northwest Marine Drive Vancouver BC V6T 1Z2
  • Grouse Mountain Skyride

    Enjoy nature, wilderness, ziplines, skiing, hikes and fine dining with panoramic views and more in Grouse Mountain. During the summer challenge yourself doing the thigh-burning-trek to the top.
  • Wreck Beach

    If you make it to UBC might as well experience this unique beach with unique culture. Only for the open minded as this is a clothing optional beach. Nice views worth going down 400 steps.
  • Stawamus Chief Provincial Park

    Hour and a half drive from DT Vancouver you can do my favourite hike, The Chief. Its worth the trek to admire the views from the different peaks while enjoying a home made lunch or snack.
    Squamish British Columbia

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