Area Attractions

When you’re a guest at our hotel, you’ll enjoy an abundance of things to do in Vancouver, Canada. Located in the heart of downtown, you’ll find it easy to take a stroll through Stanley Park, explore the colorful streets of Chinatown or shop on fashionable Robson Street. If family is in tow, go catch a game at Rogers Arena or BC Place, explore museums, or take a ferry boat to Granville Island. Utilize our cutting-edge E-Concierge service to easily make arrangements online.

Hyatt Regency Vancouver

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



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Museums and Gardens

Science World at TELUS World of Science

Science World at TELUS World of Science This hands-on, self directed museum in Vancouver, British Columbia is a fun and interesting way for children and their parents to discover the wonders of the world. Permanent exhibits include BodyWorks Gallery, The Mitchell Odyssey Foundation: Eureka, Illusions, Kidspace Gallery, Our World Gallery and The Stern Gallery.

H.R MacMillan Space Center

The universe is waiting for you at this fascinating Vancouver, British Columbia museum. Travel through space in the Virtual Voyages™ simulator, enjoy multimedia shows and demonstrations in the Planetarium. Hands-on exhibits, computer simulations and artifacts let you experience firsthand.

Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

The first, full-scale Classical Chinese Garden built outside China, this exquisite respite in the heart of Vancouver, British Columbia was created based on the harmony of the four main elements: water, rocks, plants, and architecture. All components of the garden were selected from nature or hand-built by skilled artisans in China.

VanDusen Botanical Gardens

More than 7,500 plants representing six continents landscaped into 40 beautiful gardens are at the heart of this Vancouver attraction where sculptures dot the grounds. In addition, visitors will discover Master Gardener classes, tours, a garden shop, and a restaurant.

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.

Vancouver Canucks | Rogers Arena

Cheer on the home team of Canada's national sport: hockey. The Vancouver Canucks play their games at Rogers Arena, only nine blocks from Hyatt Regency Vancouver. Rogers Arena can accommodate up to 20,000 guests in a state-of-the-art facility.

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.

Summer Activities


One of the most unique features of Vancouver, British Columbia is the 11 miles of natural beaches that surround the city. Whether you prefer to swim, surf, play in the sand or simply relax and let the sounds of the waves soothe you, you’ll find a number of places just right for your frame of mind.

Scuba Diving

Vancouver, British Columbia offers some of the best cold water diving in the world. Cates Park in Deep Cove and Whytecliff Park near Horseshoe Bay are prime areas to view such species as wolf eel, octopus, and red corral.

Sea Kayaking

The waterways around Vancouver are ideal for kayaking, and two of the most popular destinations take you through a magnificent tour of nature and history. On the North Shore, paddle from Deep Cove to Indian Arm, a finger-shaped fjord which bends northward for more than 18 miles, deep into the heart of the Coast Range mountains.

Whale Watching

Whale watching is a natural activity for the coastal city of Vancouver, which happens to be the home for Orcas (also known as killer whales). Grey and Humpback Whales may also be seen on their migratory track during your excursion, as well as dolphins, seals, sea lions, and eagles. A variety of tours are available, and most are accompanied by a knowledgeable guide.

Winter Activities

Local Mountains

You’ll find several spectacular mountain resorts just a short drive away from Hyatt Regency Vancouver, including Cypress Mountain, Mount Seymour and Grouse Mountain. Enjoy skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snow tubing and toboggan runs on these majestic snow-capped mountains.

Whistler and Blackcomb

Drive a little further to experience the top winter sports destination in North America. Located side by side, Whistler and Blackcomb are a snow lover’s paradise with over 8,171 acres of terrain, 200 marked runs, 31 lifts and 16 alpine bowls, plus many more winter activities.

Vancouver Christmas Market

You will witness the world’s tallest living Christmas tree, can decorate gingerbread cookies and be ready to dance and sing with the holiday band.


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.

Granville Island

Granville Island is a small peninsula connected to downtown Vancouver via the Granville Street Bridge. Once an industrial area with sawmills and steel factories, it is now a popular entertainment destination boasting a large public market as well as many galleries and shops.

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.

Stanley Park

The Seawall

At 5.5 miles (8.8km), the seawall is one of the most popular spots for walking, jogging and biking. Bikes and rollerblades can be rented at various locations around the city, including just outside the park on Georgia Street.

Monuments and Statues

The park has many plaques, statues and remembrance sights, saluting famous people and historic events.

Vancouver Aquarium

Explore Canada’s largest aquarium, with over 166 aquatic displays featuring more than 70,000 water animals. In addition to regular exhibits, the aquarium offers special programs including Beluga Encounters, Sleepovers, Kids Camps and more.


Scattered around the park are gardens including the Community Garden, Ornamental Plantings, Prospect Point Carpet Bedding, Ted & Mary Greig Rhododendron Garden, and the most well-known of the gardens, the Rose and Perennial Beds.