OPUS Hotel gives Vancouver some local love with customized private bars 

 

New locally curated in-room options bring a taste of the city and other fun flavours to guests at OPUS Hotel

Award-winning boutique OPUS Hotel Vancouver celebrates its love of the local with the launch of its new Local’s Mini Bar selection this week. Featuring locally made and sourced products, the new mini bars reflect the Yaletown hotel’s fresh approach to welcoming guests to the city.

“We love Vancouver and take any opportunity to promote the city and what it has to offer to our guests,” says Nicholas Gandossi, GM of OPUS Hotel. “Our new local curated minibars bring some of our favourite products within easy reach for guests to enjoy in the comfort of their own rooms. We encourage guests to meet the makers during their time exploring our city.”

Check in and tuck into local brews and chews from Vancouver, or take some home as a memento of the stay. Local options include the Vancouver-made Frost Bites Fun Ginger Syrup or sit back and sip West Coast Pale Ale from Granville Island Brewing, made in small batches on Granville Island. Or get it direct from the source, now that you can take your Granville Island Brewing Mini Growler; take a trip on the nearby AquaBus to refill it at the brewery on Granville Island. Get cheeky with sassy water bottles from local designers Brunette the Label – available in the suites, these playful designs are too cute not to take home. British Columbia’s Naramata is famous for not only wine but spirits. Try Shadow on the Lake Vodka, Doctor’s Orders Gin, or pack a Blasted Brew spiked coffee on a daily outing. All by Legends Distilling in Naramata, BC.

OPUS Hotel has also expanded its popular Beverage Butler program of customized pairings brought to guest rooms, with the addition of options inspired by the muses that influenced the decor and playlists of each room. Try The Billy pairing of West Coast Pale Ale & BKH local Singapore style pork or beef jerky ($34), The Pierre choice of Barbera D’asti red wine, accompanied by a meat and cheese antipasto from La Pentola ($80), The Susan romantic option of Grey Monk white wine and two share plates from La Pentola ($74) or The Dede; Grey Monk Odyssey rosé bottle and six house-made macarons ($45). Enjoy local BKH jerky as part of the DIY Caesar Bar featured in The Mike add-on ($40 for two people).

Get the party started with Social Groups’ Private Bars, popular add-ons include 12 Heineken beers and house-made nut mix for $99, or two bottles of sophisticated sparkling rose and a fresh fruit plate for $99.

To book a stay at OPUS and experience a taste of local life, call 1-866-642-6787 or visit http://vancouver.opushotel.com/.

About OPUS Vancouver

Uniquely stylish and always fresh, OPUS Vancouver is showcased by vibrant design, sophisticated style, and intuitive service bringing contemporary innovation to life. OPUS remains a leader in redefining the boutique hotel experience, situated in the heart of Vancouver’s see-and-be-seen neighbourhood of Yaletown. Located in OPUS Vancouver is the city’s award-winning Italian restaurant La Pentola and social hot spot OPUS Bar. A Forbes four-star rated boutique hotel for five consecutive years, OPUS Vancouver’s additional accolades include being named to the Condé Nast Traveler 2015 Readers’ Choice Awards, as well as the Condé Nast Traveler 2016 Gold List for top hotels in the world. vancouver.opushotel.com

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