Area Attractions

Immerse yourself in the relaxing vibe and rainforest-scented air of Vancouver. Stroll along the waterfront at Stanley Park and enjoy easy access to the Vancouver Cruise Port. Walk above the trees on Capilano Suspension Bridge or visit Rogers Arena. Bike over mountains in summer and fly down ski runs in winter. Explore all the unique things to do in Vancouver easily from our downtown hotel.

Hyatt Regency Vancouver

655 Burrard Street
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6C 2R7



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Staycation Getaway

Walking along the Seawall
Vancouver Aerial
Granville Market at Night

Day 1: Stanley Park

Visit the world famous Stanley Park! Enjoy the Seawall by walking, jogging, or biking around the 8.8km path featuring stunning ocean views. Enjoy the various monuments and statues located within the park, or wander through the many gardens.

Day 2: Victoria and the Butchart Gardens

Enjoy a scenic ferry ride to Victoria through the Gulf Islands and keep an eye out for marine life. Once in Victoria, explore the downtown area before heading to the Butchart Gardens featuring over 900 species of plants over 55 acres!

Day 3: Grouse Mountain

Overlooking the city, Grouse Mountain is an epicenter of adventure. Hike the Grouse Grind to the top or ride the Gondola. In the summer, enjoy lumberjack shows, zip-lining and ropes courses. In the winter, go skiing, snowboarding or snowshoeing.

Day 4: Explore the City by Bike

Vancouver is well known for being bike friendly! Explore the city on two wheels after renting a bike from one of the many rental shops in the city, including electric bicycle options. Visit Stanley Park, False Creek or wherever your wheels take you!

Experience Indigenous Culture

Day 1: Stanley Park Totem Poles

Located in the world-famous Stanley Park, nine totem poles can be found at Brockton Point. The first totems were brought to the park in the 1920s, with the most recent addition being added in 2009.

Day 2: Bill Reid Art Gallery

The Gallery features special exhibitions of contemporary Indigenous Art of the Northwest Coast of North America, as well as the Simon Fraser University Bill Reid Collection. Named after Haida artist Bill Reid, who was a sculptor, writer, carver and master goldsmith, as well as a broadcaster and spokesman.

Day 3: Museum of Anthropology

The Museum of Anthropology, located at UBC, is a public, research and teaching museum. It places special emphasis on the First Nations peoples as well as other cultural communities of British Columbia. In the Great Hall, gaze upon magnificent First Nations sculptures, and experience the Multiversity Galleries.

Day 4: Aboriginal & Eco Tours

Experience an authentic Indigenous cultural tour in Vancouver! Enjoy an Indigenous-led nature walk in Stanley Park, or your own private Kayak Tour and hear the stories of how the Indigenous people have utilized the land for thousands of years.

Romantic Escape

Day 1: Whale Watching

Take a scenic Whale Watching tour through the Salish Sea! Look for orcas and humpback whales, see bald eagles soaring overhead and observe sea lions lounging on the islands that you sail by. Your adventure is sure to create memories for years to come!

Family Adventure

Day 1: Science World at TELUS World of Science

This hands-on, self-directed museum in Vancouver is a fun and interesting way to discover the wonders of the world. Permanent Galleries include BodyWorks, Eureka!, Living Lab, Puzzles and Illusions and the Wonder Gallery.

Day 2: Vancouver Aquarium

Located in Stanley Park, visit Canada’s largest aquarium. Enjoy the 4D experience, which is a short film featuring many effects including sound, smell, touch, lights and weather effects. Visit the Sea Otter Exhibit, and take a trip to Penguin Point!

Day 3: Sea to Sky Gondola

Take in sweeping views of Howe Sound, Shannon Falls and the Stawamus Chief climbing area. At the top, enjoy the Sky Pilot Suspension Bridge, and a variety of hiking trails. Enjoy this experience year round with a variety of seasonal activities.

Day 4: FlyOver Canada

A short walk from the hotel, visit Canada Place and FlyOver Canada! Enjoy a journey across Canada while hanging suspended, feet dangling! This experience includes many special effects including wind, mist, and scents, combined with the ride’s motion.

Pre and Post Cruise

Day 1: Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

The swaying suspension bridge is located 70 meters above the Capilano River. Once you cross the bridge, enjoy the treetop walkways and the wooden boardwalks through the lush forest below. Then experience Cliffwalk, the newest activity at the park.

Day 2: Granville Island

Explore one of Vancouver’s favourite public markets at Granville Island - a popular entertainment destination with many galleries and shops, alongside fantastic restaurants, and of course, the public market!

Cruise Port Convenience

Hyatt Regency Vancouver is conveniently located just a few minutes’ walk from Canada Place, Vancouver’s Cruise Ship Dock. Enjoy easy access to Vancouver’s top attractions for your pre or post cruise port visit.

Professional Sports and Stadiums

BC Lions | BC Place Stadium

Five-time Grey Cup Champions, the BC Lions of the Canadian Football League play their home games at BC Place Stadium, just a short walk from Hyatt Regency Vancouver. Canadian football is played with three downs on a longer and wider field than American football, and is generally a more fast-paced and pass-oriented game. BC Place is also the sight of concerts by leading entertainers and consumer shows. It was also the host of the 2010 Winter Olympics opening and closing ceremonies.

Rogers Arena

Take in an action-packed game or live event at Rogers Arena, only 9 short blocks from Hyatt Regency Vancouver.

Vancouver Whitecaps FC | BC Place Stadium

In March 2011, Vancouver Whitecaps FC kicked off their first season in Major League Soccer. Regular season games are played March through October. Hyatt Regency Vancouver is proud to be the Offical Hotel Partner for Vancouver Whitecaps FC.

Vancouver Canadians | Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium

The Single "A" affiliate of Major League Baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays, the Vancouver Canadians are growing each year into a fan favorite. Home games are played June through September at Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium. Catch tomorrow's stars today, less than four miles from Hyatt Regency Vancouver.


Robson Street

Enjoy luxury retail and boutique shopping within walking distance of the Hyatt Regency on Robson Street in Vancouver. Stroll along this cutting edge, pedestrian plaza where you’ll find popular Canadian brands like Roots, Lululemon, Swarovski and the Canucks Team Store.

Pacific Centre

One of Vancouver's most popular malls, Pacific Centre is an underground shopping haven in the heart of downtown that is home to more than 140 stores, including Holt Renfrew, Banana Republic, Guess, Hugo Boss, Apple, kate spade new york and Nine West.

Metropolis at Metrotown

With 450 stores, you’re sure to find something you love and have a great time doing it at Metropolis at Metrotown. As British Columbia's largest shopping center, Metrotown is a destination in itself with must-see attractions, one-of-a-kind events, world-class restaurants, theatres, and of course, great shopping.