OPUS Vancouver Reveals New Room Revamp


Things are getting fresh this spring with the April launch of the recently revamped OPUS Vancouver in Vancouver’s hottest neighbourhood, Yaletown. Bolder, brighter and just a little bit cheekier, the refreshed rooms in the acclaimed 96-room boutique hotel have been reimagined by Vancouver-based interior designer Robert Bailey, inspired by 1970s designs and the hotel’s five fictional guests.

Meet the muses: There’s Mike, the New Yorker doctor whose room features faux snakeskin headboards and pops of raspberry red décor. Cosmopolitan periwinkle bathes fashion exec Susan’s room, but international food critic Pierre prefers a Hermès-orange hue. British rock star Billy goes for retro Liverpool-green décor, and dramatic actress Dede has her daring personality drawn all over the walls of her deeply-textured room.

Eclectic sleeping spaces have been splashed with vibrant local artwork from Tiko Kerr’s bold urban Vancouver watercolours to Taizo Yamamoto’s thought-provoking shopping carts, Mark Mizgala’s controversial water pistol. All the senses are awakened at OPUS Vancouver and the new signature scent White Tea and Thyme adds another dimension to the new rooms.

To celebrate the newly renovated rooms, OPUS has launched a Facebook contest and will give away 40 free rooms nights to lucky fans and followers. For more information visit: facebook.com/opushotelvancouver.