VANCOUVER, B.C. — Just in time for spring, OPUS Vancouver has revamped its rooms.
“Our vision at Opus Vancouver has always been to provide the best boutique hotel experience in North America,” said Nicholas Gandossi, general manager. “Guests have always loved the OpusVancouver rooms and with this revamp, we sought to touch every aspect of the guest experience. From our new signature scent and boutique curated uniforms to the exhilarating launch of our new restaurant, La Pentola della Quercia, our guests will immediately be struck by the changes as they walk through the door.”
New rooms were re-imagined by Vancouver-based interior designer Robert Bailey, inspired by 1970s designs and feature bolder and brighter colours and local artwork. Rooms also come with two free wi-fi enabled devices – the iPad and Samsung Galaxy S3. Guests are able to take these devices out of the hotel for their travelling needs.