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Where work meets play

 

The same things that make us an incredible destination for tourists make us a great place for teams to gather, convene and meet. For leaders wanting to plan a program that’s not only productive but that promotes creativity, connection and cooperation, look no further

 

just a hop, a skip, and a seabus ride from the city

 

In a place like Beautiful British Columbia, our natural beauty alone doesn’t make us unique, but our accessibility and proximity to the city does.

  • We’re mere minutes from Downtown Vancouver
    Short 45-minute drive from Vancouver International Airport (YVR).
  • We’re halfway between big city and vast nature, with close proximity to all the urban amenities—plus plenty of opportunities to escape it all.
  • We’re halfway between big city and vast nature, with close proximity to all the urban amenities—plus plenty of opportunities to escape it all

Meeting Spaces that Inspire

 

Who says meetings have to happen in traditional environments? Think beyond the boardroom and book one of these creative spaces for your meeting, mixer or other event. For a gathering that’s definitely not business as usual.

 

Places to Stay

 

With flexible meeting space and comfortable accommodations,
these hotels allow you to base your team in one convenient location.
Not that you’ll want to stay put. All accommodation options act
as ideal basecamps from which to explore the recreational riches
of the North Shore.

Trees & Trails. Bears and Bridges.

 

Some of Vancouver’s world class attractions…aren’t actually in Vancouver. The North Shore is home to beloved BC attractions Capilano Suspension Bridge Park and Grouse Mountain (otherwise known as “Vancouver’s backyard”). Regardless of season, these for-all-ages playgrounds are guaranteed to be crowd-pleasers. And Grouse Mountain even offers event spaces for your meeting or gathering.

 

 

Indigenous Experiences

 

What has come to be known as Vancouver’s North Shore is the traditional home of the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. One of the best ways you can learn about these people’s long history on, and connection to, this land is through their art, which often pays tribute to the spectacular natural environment. 

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