Prime location: 31st floor, amazing city views!

Private room in rental unit hosted by Sheila

  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 private bath
Dedicated workspace
A common area with wifi that’s well-suited for working.
Dive right in
This is one of the few places in the area with a pool.
Great communication
100% of recent guests rated Sheila 5-star in communication.


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Wrap-around city views that can't be beat! Amazing private balcony.

45 mins airport to our front door via skytrain. 15 mins walk to cruise ship terminal.

Private luxury marble bathroom with soaker tub and spa utopia bath products.

We are live in hosts that can recommend the best spots in the city to make your stay memorable

This 1,100sq/ft 2 bed room/2 bathroom + office apartment is our home. Your bedroom and bathroom are private. with the best city and water views.

Licence# 19-162019

The space
Executive accommodation on the 31st floor.

No hidden extra cleaning fees!

In town for Hockey? Let us know: we have seasons tickets to the Canucks.

With wraparound views of Vancouver's North Shore Ski mountains to the Seabus in False Creek! Spacious, modern, private room and marble bathroom in perfect central south Gastown location!

If you want to see all of Vancouver, eat great food, in a prime new location, with super rad, fun, professional hosts...stay with us!

(Complimentary breakfast essentials in the well equipped kitchen).

Taking in a concert or event? Football, soccer or hockey game? You can not get any closer to Rogers Arena or BC place. It is literally across the street.

Salt water swimming pool. Hot tub, large gym and sauna all available for your access.

Private patio to enjoy a drink while taking in the amazing views of downtown.

You are welcome to make yourself at home. Use our kitchen and living area like it’s your own.

Note: NO unregistered guests without pre-approved by host. No parties.

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

Dedicated workspace
Hot tub
TV with standard cable
Air conditioning

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Where you’ll be

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Gastown : Vancouver's oldest neighbourhood. Grew from a single tavern founded by John 'Gassy Jack' Deighton, back in 1867. Today, the district retains its historical charm and independent spirit. Victorian architecture houses a thriving fashion science, impeccably curated decor boutiques, one-of-a-kind galleries and some of the best culinary fare in Vancouver. It's a gathering place for stylish locals and an ideal neighbourhood to explore on foot. Gastown lies along the north of the downtown Vancouver peninsula, from Richards east to Main Street, and south to Hastings Street. Gastown is a neighbourhood that seamlessly combines old with new and history with the way forward. An essential part of Vancouver's history, a visit to Gastown should include a stroll on Water Street, where you will find a picture-perfect collection of old buildings, cobblestones, the famous Steam Clock and vintage lampposts. At the east end of Water Street you will find a Statue of the man who started in all, Gassy Jack Deighton. Gastown is home to many of the city's hottest restaurants, making it a great pick for a special night out. Consider stopping by one of the many wine bars, cocktail hot spots, take a culinary course, or watch a game at one of the pubs or sports bars. Gastown offers organized walking tours for the architecture and history buffs to explore further.

Yaletown: Yaletown was once the Western terminus for the Canadian Pacific Railway, but the areas more recent reinventions date back to 1986 when the waterfront along the north of False Creek was host to many of the venues where Vancouver hosted the Worlds Fair, commonly known as Expo '86. Since then that land, along with the the warehouses district adjoining it have been transformed into one of the city's chicest neighbourhoods, filled with residential loft spaces, sidewalk cafes, cool restaurants, unique shopping and leafy parks. The waterfront parks are a big draw in Yaletown. The city's sea wall runs right along the water (and connects in front of our home, providing you easy access) connecting two of the biggest green spaces: David Lam Park and George Waiborn park. Walk, jog, bike, or inline skate along the Seawall and you'll find plenty of locals doing the same thing and enjoying the of collect public art sprinkled along the waterfront. The neighbourhoods historical roots are also evident in the form of Engine 374, pulled the first transcontinental passenger train into the city in 1887, on display at the Roundhouse Community Centre.

Chinatown: Few neighbourhoods in Vancouver embody the city's history, diverse cultures and vibrate future like Chinatown. Located on the eastern side of downtown Vancouver, the bustling district is North Americas third largess Chinatown by population, after those in San Francisco and New York. Its roots trace back to the late 1800s, when early Chinese immigrants who arrived to work on B.C.s railroads and in the mines, were settled in a Ghetto on the edge of the city. With time, the neighbourhood grew into a proud centre of Chinese culture, home to traditional restaurants, markets, temples and gardens, as well as a booming business district. Today Chinatown reflects this rich heritage but is also the midst of a renaissance, with trendy bars and restaurants reclaiming historic space.

Granville island: Granville Island is both a locals favourite and a huge draw for visitors. Technically a sandpit and not an island, the neighbourhood sits just south of the downtown, right under the Granville Street Bridge. The Granville Island Public Market acts as a hub of activity, while also being one of the city's most important cultural districts with theatres, artisan workshops and craft studios. Get to the market the best way, by boat! Just a short Seabus ride away from our front door.

Stanley Park: Designated a national historic site of Canada, Stanley Park is a magnificent green oasis in the midst of the heavily built urban landscape. Located on the northwest edge of downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park is one of the city's main tourist destinations, attracting approximately 8 million visitors each year. Featuring lovely beaches, miles of well-maintained paved and dirt trails, Canada's largest aquarium and a arrange of can't miss kid-friendly spots (including a a pool, water park, miniature railway and more). This 400 hectare (1000 acre) haven is recognized as one of the greatest urban Parks in the world. Voted best park in the world in 2014!

Hosted by Sheila

  1. Joined in October 2016
  • 124 Reviews
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We are a professional working couple. We are happy to help with any directions and suggestions on what to do while you are in the city.

We do live in the home but will respect the guests privacy as needed.

Our jobs take us away for part of the week. There is a chance you will have the place to yourself during your stay.
We are a professional working couple. We are happy to help with any directions and suggestions on what to do while you are in the city.

We do live in the home but will…


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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

Cancellation policy