Sadly this was only true of the views and gardens, the service wasn't as good at the table. We had booked for eight but arrived at seven and were told no problem and were seated at a table to the rear of the dinning room....More
About Queen Elizabeth Park
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As visitors, we went along for a walk with our friends who love to walk in this particular park. It was another place where many locals congregate to exercise and for leisure.
This is a beautiful park with wonderful gardens that have been managed impeccably. The Bloedel Conservatory located there contains exotic plants and birds. The experience was breathtaking.
I only go to visit outside of the botanical garden - but wow what a view! On a clear day you get a beautiful view hilltop view of the city. And most importantly, it's all free! Lovely gardens and a view, what else can you...More
This is a wonderful place to visit, the gardens are stunning, the view of the city amazing, and the Seasons in the Park restaurant is excellent. There is a domed exotic garden that you have to pay entry for, worth going at least once. But...More
Wonderfully tasteful Garden, we had some of our wedding photos taken here many years ago. One should also visit the indoor botanical garden.
This is so beautiful. It is like Bouchard Gardens, only on a smaller scale, and free! What could have been ugly quarry blight is now so lovely!
This park is very peaceful and nice park to visit, walk around and relax. To easy to get by sky train you walk about 10 minutes from the nearest station (Templetom). Inside the park there is a observatory the simulate the rain forests of south......More
We love to come here and walk around the gardens before dining at Seasons in the Park. Great place to take guests. Fun to find the sculptures of love locks and see the views of Vancouver. Great for the cherry blossoms in the spring. Fun...More
This park is beautiful and lush. The grounds are well maintained, beautiful and incredibly memorable. Definitely a must see in Vancouver.