Enter to Win a Stay at Vancouver’s Newest Hotel and a City Boat Tour

Image by Nelson Mouellic

There’s no perspective of Vancouver quite like the one from the water. The view of the north shore and distant island mountains on one side, Vancouver’s glass towers with snowy Mt. Baker looming on the other, and a blanket of green that is Stanley Park along the way is a breath of fresh air in more ways than the obvious. Vancouver’s core can be almost completely circumnavigated by water. Almost.

Enter and you could win a tour of the city by water with Pacific Ferries & Tours – as well as a stay in what will be Vancouver’s newest hotel! EXchange Hotel has been built from the historic Vancouver Stock Exchange building, and will open with a boutique feel of old mixed with new including a fourth floor patio and Vancouver’s high standard dining.

More details on the prize and how to enter is right on through this link!

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5 Responses to Enter to Win a Stay at Vancouver’s Newest Hotel and a City Boat Tour

  1. Beautiful pictures – I’d love to check out Vancouver! I’m a single mom with 3 kids – we live in calgary and have saved up $3000 for a vacation – each of my kids researched where they would like to go and prepared a slide show presentation with a break down of the finances and how they would like to use them – my 9 yr old son researched Vancouver and it was the winning presentation in our family so we will be heading there the beginning of August and would love to check out a new hotel and boat tour! Thanks for your consideration!

    • Alexis Baran

      HI Julie! That is such a cool way to plan a family vacation! Make sure you go to the contest page to enter for a chance to win. :)

  2. I would love to win this. Id take my family out for this.

  3. would love to win this!!!!!!

  4. Would definitely take my friends and fam for this!

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