Here are some of the most unique Airbnb stays in Vancouver
From breathtaking waterfront views to secluded getaways in the woods, these are some of the most unique Airbnb stays in and around Vancouver.
With the COVID-19 pandemic preventing many people from traveling abroad, there are many unique places to stay here in the city that are no ordinary hotel suite.
For starters, how about a quiet and peaceful boathouse located on the Spirit Trail to Lonsdale Quay in North Vancouver? The houseboat has ample space to accommodate up to six people, two rooftop decks, and 360-degree views of Vancouver and the North Shore Mountains.
Next, head downtown to the Vancouver house. That’s right, you can stay in a slice-shaped piece of pizza from the award-winning architectural wonder. Located at 1477 Continental Street, you’ll be right next to the seawall, downtown, English Bay and Yaletown.
Speaking of working-class neighborhoods in Vancouver, we then head to Gastown. Specifically to an exposed brick loft with a new kitchen with its own espresso machine. There is also a common courtyard with two large barbecues with an outdoor seating area.
Back to the water’s edge, or should we say to the waterfront. Instead of a boathouse, what about a barge in the form of a yacht? Moored in Vancouver, the Oriana can take you and seven other friends anywhere on the British Columbia coast. If you are looking for luxury, you’ve found it, the stay includes its own, jet skis, e-bikes, paddleboards, and a car service that can drop you off at the boat in a Rolls Royce Ghost.
Taking a step back from opulence, we move on to a quieter stay: “The Magic Glass House”. Located in West Vancouver, the home is a small 300 square feet but lots of charm. The walls and ceiling of the bedroom and main living space are almost entirely of glass, allowing occupants to gaze at the surrounding trees or better still listen to the falling rain. The house has a queen bed, a kitchenette and a propane fireplace.
Finally, we have another stay at the water’s edge, but with a twist – it’s on a vintage tugboat from 1941. For history and boat buffs, you have the chance to stay on a treasure. unique Canadian. Nestled in Vancouver’s Heritage Harbor, the Union Jack is a one-of-a-kind vessel originally built as a tugboat to serve the Canadian Navy during World War II. The tug can carry up to eight people who can enjoy views of the Coastal Mountains, Stanley Park, English Bay and the downtown Vancouver skyline.