The Art Wheelers are guided bicycle led art tours that explore Vancouver’s vibrant collection of public art along the city’s dedicated bike lanes. Join them and take in works of public …
When you think of boutique hotels, there are four key traits that come to mind; it’s a one-of-a-kind property, it has a creative concept, it has fabulous service and of course, it is probably in a really cool location. Last month, I discovered a true gem when it comes to Vancouver boutique hotels. An option that should really be on everyone’s radar is the Listel Hotel.
The Rosewood Hotel Georgia is now home to a stunning collection of fine Canadian art curated by Farmboy Fine Arts, an international art consultancy group based in Vancouver, which focuses on collaborative art. The collection comprises of over 200 pieces of Canadian art, with the only exception being two pieces by British artist, Patrick Hughes, which are located in the hotel’s lobby and in the entrance to the Private Residences at Hotel Georgia.
Vancouver’s Lüt Boutique (4219 Main Street) is a curated collection of clothing and accessories for both men and women. “Explore, play, and fall in love with national and international labels for him and her, effortlessly taking you from day to night.” On September 30, from 6pm to 9pm, check out Lüt Boutique for the art opening of “Fight/Flight” paintings by Emily Miles, which will be showcased for a month until November 30th.