The Sylvia Hotel is a Vancouver landmark. Built in 1912 next to the waterfront and Vancouver’s iconic Stanley Park, it was the tallest building in the area and originally contained swanky apartments for the affluent. It became a hotel after World War I.
It went through a short period of decline but was designated as a heritage building in 1975. Since then its fortunes have increased.
After a long walk through Stanley Park it was a great place to stop for some lunch and a break.
Greetings from Vancouver. 🙂