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Pick A Room Color To Suit Your (Life)Style At Opus Vancouver

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  Site Where: 322 Davie Street, Vancouver, Canada
August 31, 2012 at 9:18 AM | by | Comments (0)

At HotelChatter, we see a lot of hotel rooms. Really a lot of them. Minimalist, maximalist, small and big, traditional and contemporary, generic or unique, we've come across everything from tired and worn down to so-new-it-still-smells-like-fresh-paint. But it's not every day we come across one that allows you to select a room based on your preferred color palette.

Such is the case though at Opus Vancouver, the boutique hotel in the heart of the city's trendy Yaletown. Six room types (from Standard Rooms to the Penthouse Suite) are decorated in five different color schemes. From cranberry red, deep orange, and taupe to vibrant green and warm blue, the general Opus modus operandi is: "we don't do beige".

And the tailoring doesn't stop there: each color scheme is associated with one of five virtual Lifestyle Concierges that have recommendations for where to eat, lounge, shop, and have fun in Vancouver.

We previously hit up the OPUS Bar during our Great Canadian Hotel Bar Hop, and equally enjoyed our brief overnight stay. We didn't consciously pick blue as our preferred color scheme, but the room (pictured above) looked very smart—plus, there's little to be desired, technology-wise, and staff were laid-back and friendly.

We would have liked more time to explore Yaletown, and perhaps hop on one of the complimentary bikes to peddle around Stanley Park, but that will be for another time.

A Standard Room at Opus Vancouver, including free Wifi, starts from CA$279 (US$282) for a Saturday in September. For Opus with a Québécois twist, check out Opus Montréal.

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