OPUS was created to serve a new generation of traveller, one seeking hotels with personality, style, vitality and authentic local flair.
The burgeoning trend amongst my world travelling, travel-weary, milage collecting co-workers is boutique hotels. If you’re going to stay, then make your stay different. This is a trend that hasn’t quite taken Canada by storm, but for major cities in South America, the US and Europe, it’s old news.
There are a plethora of different lists, sites and magazines that can help you find a boutique hotel in any given area. Tablet is one of the more frequented. It’s here that you will find the Opus Hotel.
The Opus is opulent but at the same time showing its use. That said, it’s alive in the digital world. Each room comes with an iPad, it’s fully Groupon-ified, Yelp-ified, and foursquare-ified.
Its location in Yaletown is trendy. It’s within a block of a ton of great restaurants, shops, and the Skytrain. Stuck and need a ride? The hotel has a BMW that can take you anywhere within 5km of the hotel.