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Associate Recommendations: Peter Cottan

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What would you recommend? Guests ask us this question all the time! We thought we’d hit up our Associates and get their personal recommendations on all that the Pan Pacific has to offer and how to make the most of … Continue reading


Let Us Entertain You – August 2017 Edition

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Hot summer nights, cool ocean breezes, tasty bites and great music: combined with million dollar views of the harbour and Cascade mountains, you’re in for an unforgettable evening at Oceans 999 and Coal Harbour Bar. We’ll save you a table! Click here for the … Continue reading


Spot the Cruise Ships – August 2017 Edition

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The great thing about summer and being situated at Canada Place is welcoming all the visiting cruise ships to Vancouver! Being a port city, we’re fortunate to be ambassadors for visitors from all over the world. At Canada Place, there are … Continue reading


150 Years of Vancouver History

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On July 1, Canada will be celebrating its sesquiscentennial or 150th anniversary of Confederation. To mark such an auspicious milestone, let’s travel back 150 years to look at all the milestones in Vancouver’s history that makes that city what it is … Continue reading


Concierge Recommends: Family Day Weekend

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Photo credit: Capilano Suspension Bridge What is there to do this Family Day weekend? The answer is: LOTS! We ask Karlo, a member of our award-winning Concierge Team, for his recommendations on fun activities: 1. Science is fun when you combine learning … Continue reading


Channel Your Inner Beethoven with Keys to the Street

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Photo credit: Steve Chou Photography Vancouver’s public spaces are once again alive with the tinkering of the ivories! A public piano project that started as a student initiative in 2013, Keys to the Streets, have placed 10 pianos around Vancouver … Continue reading


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