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A visit to Vancouver gives travelers plenty of things to do, with easy access to the ocean, mountains, rainforests, and big-city offerings for entertainment. This is a four-seasons destination that is a favorite among outdoor enthusiasts, artists, foodies, and families. Better yet, there are a lot of different options to choose from when you’re looking for a place to stay in the city. To show you what we mean, here are some examples of the awesome Airbnb properties in Vancouver.
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This unique and charming Airbnb offers the perfect place to recharge when you’re in Vancouver. It has one bed, one bathroom, an open-concept layout, a record player for music, and an industrial vibe. The loft is in the stylish Gastown neighborhood and close to lots of parks, bars, restaurants, and attractions. Included amenities are a washer and dryer, kitchen, dishwasher, Wi-Fi, TV, hairdryer, and more.
This Airbnb is a great pick for a solo traveler because this is a private room in an apartment with one bed and a shared bath. You’ll have a twin bed here and access to Wi-Fi, a gym, pool, jacuzzi, and sauna in the building. There’s an en-suite washer and dryer and flat-screen TV with Netflix access too. Common areas are the living, room, kitchen, laundry room, and balcony. The room is in the Coal Harbour neighborhood near Stanley Park, bike routes, and great restaurants.
Up to four guests can stay in this Airbnb with two beds and two baths. You’ll have this whole tiny home to yourself with a private entrance and smart key access. Included perks are Wi-Fi, Netflix, a free parking spot, free street parking, and a full kitchen with appliances and utensils. The space is cozy and clean, and the host is accommodating and responsive.
One of the most unique places you can stay is this oceanfront float home in North Vancouver. You’ll have this houseboat to yourself, which can accommodate up to nine guests with three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. It was even featured on the Travel’s Channel’s show, Extreme Houseboats! The rates for this Airbnb vary based on the season and around holidays. It has a well-equipped kitchen and deck space, plus lots of amenities for you to enjoy.
Two guests can stay in this apartment with one bedroom and one bathroom to explore Vancouver as well. This is a modern space in the heart of Yaletown and with easy access to public transit. It has Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, a stove, cable TV, and a dishwasher. The unit is on the 12th floor and offers lovely city views. Guests who stay here also have access to the onsite fitness center, hot tub, meeting room, lounge area, and billiards.
Another unique place to stay in North Vancouver is this luxury trailer, which is great for two guests. It has two beds and one bathroom, as well as full hookups, hot and cold water, and Nespresso coffee. It’s a four-season trailer that’s cozy and has parking right outside for your vehicle. Meanwhile, stores and restaurants are just a short walk away from the trailer Airbnb.
Travelers in Vancouver can book this trendy condo in the city to enjoy city center access and great views of the city. When you stay here, you’ll be close to two skytrains, a bus, the Robson shopping street, restaurants, a cinema, supermarket, and more city services. It’s a hotel-like suite that comfortably sleeps three guests but can accommodate four. It’s in the Electra Building on Nelson Street in downtown Vancouver and a short walk to Yaletown. On the property, guests will have access to the gym, sauna, billiards, media room, security guard, and outdoor common barbecue grill.
Vancouver travelers love staying at this Airbnb property that can accommodate up to six guests in two bedrooms and with one bathroom. You’ll be in the heart of the historic Strathcona neighborhood in Vancouver when you stay here and also have access to spacious rooms and a backyard. This is a safe and quiet property where you can walk to cafes, local grocery stores, and breweries. The whole floor is yours; however, parties are prohibited. Guests will enjoy the full kitchen, heated bathroom floor, comfortable beds, and free off-street parking behind the house. For safety, there are security cameras outside the house.
Another adorable trailer option for your Airbnb stay in Vancouver is this teardrop trailer. It can accommodate two guests with one bed but does not have a bathroom inside. The trailer has a separate kitchen in the back with a fridge, stove, sink, and cookware. To stay in this trailer, you’ll need at least a midsize car that can tow 1,000 pounds and a 1 7/8-inch towing ball. Contact the host directly for the pick-up location.
To take advantage of Vancouver’s location near the water, consider staying on this private room in a boat. This 48-foot sailing vessel can accommodate two guests in a stateroom with a washroom and shower. You’ll have access to the accommodations, the sailing crew, and kayaks when you book this Airbnb. Guests also have access to the kitchen, although your host provides basic food provisions and basic meals. Come enjoy a minimum four-day excursion to learn the basics of sailing, do some fishing if you have a license, or even work towards your own boating license!