Accommodation

Conference

 

Whatever your budget, there are a number of accommodation options on Granville Island and the surrounding area. Our hotel partner for the conference is the Granville Island Hotel. Located right in the middle of the action, this boutique hotel has rooms reserved for conference delegates at the rate of $265 per night. Mention the conference and book before April 6 to access this rate.

Executive Hotel Vintage Park – Just a short ride over the water on the Aquabus is this downtown hotel. Delegate room rate $198.57 if booked before April 5.

The Burrard – A retro boutique hotel in downtown Vancouver. A 10 minute walk from the Aquabus ferry dock but bookings include free bike rental! Catch the Cyaquabus to take your bike over to Granville Island. Delegate room rate starts from $177.76 per night when using the code “HERITAGEBC”.

Sandman Suites – One bedroom apartment-style hotel with Full in-suite kitchen facilities, washer/dryer units, balconies and pool. 10 minutes walk from the False Creek Ferries dock and in the centre of Davie Village. Special delegate rates for the conference start from $149 per night. Quote Group Number 322526

HI Vancouver Downtown – A budget stay just a couple of minutes walk from the False Creek Ferry dock to Granville Island.

Sunset Inn – A couple of minutes walk from the False Creek Ferry dock to Granville Island. Rooms from $179 per night. 

For more accommodation options try: Tourism Vancouver

 

Billeting/home stays 

Be a guest

If you’re looking to save on accommodation costs and meet some of Vancouver’s local residents, billeting might be an option for you.

Billeted guests will be provided with comfortable sleeping arrangements and good company in a volunteer host’s home. Hosts are not expected to provide meals or transportation, but they will help you get around Vancouver with their local knowledge and tips.

If you’re interested in billeting, email Conference Coordinator Anisa Musmary with your requirements and contact information.

 

Be a host

If you live in the Vancouver area and would like to help one of your fellow members from out of town, consider volunteering to billet a guest during the conference.

You will be expected to provide comfortable sleeping arrangements and Vancouver tips and recommendations to your billeted guest. While you are not expected to provide meals and transportation to and from the conference, you are welcome to do so.

If you’re interested in being a billeting host, email Conference Coordinator Anisa Musmary with your contact and housing information.

 

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