Vancouver Neighbourhoods: Coal Harbour

Coal Harbour is the perfect neighbourhood to explore on two wheels (Tourism Vancouver/Hubert Kang).

Although Coal Harbour is situated in central downtown, the neighbourhood is surprisingly quiet. Starting at Canada Place and stretching towards Stanley Park, Coal Harbour is bordered by Burrard Inlet to the north and West Georgia Street to the south. The district encompasses a fairly even mix of business and residential buildings, and is marked by residents and visitors strolling the seawall, lounging at cozy cafes and restaurants, snapping selfies against a scenic marina backdrop and waving hello to cute-as-buttons harbour seals.

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Vancouver Neighbourhoods: Coal Harbour

Cocktails are Served with a Side of Nostalgia at these Vancouver Lounges

The exquisite House of Faberge at H Tasting Lounge.

Vancouver may be a young city, but a select few of its countless bars are rife with historical inspiration. Pull up a seat at one of the lounges below, and prepare to be submerged in the storied pasts of bygone movie stars, royalty and even an aviation pioneer – and yes, we have cocktail suggestions, too!

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Cocktails are Served with a Side of Nostalgia at these Vancouver Lounges

Westin Bayshore Vancouver’s Long Table Dinner Series

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Located adjacent to Vancouver’s Stanley Park along picturesque Coal Harbour, The Westin Bayshore has two more Long Table Dinners in the series, so grab your tickets fast to get in on the last of the summer bounty – and the pleasure of dining outdoors. Continue reading:
Westin Bayshore Vancouver’s Long Table Dinner Series