OPUS Hotel Vancouver Unveils its Spectacular Redesign
OPUS Hotel Vancouver proudly unveils its spectacular reinvention
The first boutique hotel in the city, with a reputation for creating success by doing the unexpected, OPUS Hotel Vancouver proudly unveils its spectacular reinvention with the magnificent redesign of its guest suites, OPUS Bar and the inauguration of the critically acclaimed pop-up restaurant One Hundred Days.
In true OPUS style, the suite transformation is striking and dramatic. Building on the glamorous and chic styling of these signature rooms, renowned local designer Robert Bailey has created an enticing and intimate retro pop-deco milieu. Inspired by the vibrant colours and patterns of the 50’s and 60’s, as well as the era’s celebrated interior designers, the redesign goes beyond the individual elements to create an, until now, unknown guest experience in comfort, luxury and style. The bold patterned furniture and monochromatic, deep jewel coloured walls, play host to evocative contemporary art from some of the countries most celebrated artists, including Tiko Kerr and Mark Mizgala, and give an eclectic, more residential feel to the rooms. From the soft furnishings adorning the new king size beds to the furniture upholstery, every detail revolves around creating the best possible experience for guests. The rooms are more spacious thanks to a glass partition replacing walls of cabinetry, while the play of pattern and colour is sweet and soulful and brings with it a warmth and sense of history.
The haute couture redesign of OPUS Bar bears out the joy and romance that emanates from the space. With a disregard for style rules, the new glow wall is the colour of a chemical sunset and the saturated pink and lavender palette shimmers in the abundant candlelight evoking a true homage to “La Dolce Vita”. With an unconventional remix of eccentric 60’s furniture doted with historical pieces and walls of magnolia silk, sexy and glamorous OPUS Bar, which has become Vancouver’s byword for cool and sophisticated, greets guests with a richer, more luxurious milieu.
The extreme design metamorphosis of OPUS Vancouver’s traditional brasserie to it’s new anti- establishment, avant-garde pop-up restaurant, One Hundred Days, happened in a mere 6 days. A fluid environment, the décor at One Hundred Days has been left in the hands of celebrated graffiti artist, Vince Dumoulin, who continues to inject his energy into the constantly changing works of art that adorn the walls of the restaurant both inside and out and inspire the “urban diner meets Mediterranean” cuisine.
OPUS Hotel Vancouver’s dedication to offering the very best of intuitive service to every guest goes beyond the average to the unexpected and brings contemporary innovation to life. Guests can check in for their flights at the hotel, make use of the complimentary BMW 7 series hotel car service, or receive free passes on the Canada Line transporting them from the steps of YVR airport to the steps of OPUS Vancouver in a mere 22 minutes. Setting a new benchmark in guest services, OPUS Online Only, for guests booking directly online, offers the best rate guaranteed as well as a whole host of additional complimentary services…to name but a few.
Pioneers in redefining the boutique experience, OPUS Vancouver remains in an exhilarating flux of change and progression. Synonymous with excitement, glamour and celebrity, guests find both adventure and a serene escape within the confines of the hotel. With exciting new projects always on the horizon, it is no surprise that guests keep coming back to OPUS Hotel Vancouver in anticipation of the next event.