Hotel and Travel
Hotel and Travel
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel
1088 Burrard Street,
Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 2R9
Phone: + 1 604-331-1000
Toll Free Reservations: +1 888-627-7058
The Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre is situated in the heart of the city's bustling downtown district, with easy access to the area's most popular attractions.
The Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre is offering a discounted rate of 259 CAD single/double, exclusive of taxes. The discounted rate will be offered until Friday, March, 15, 2019, or until the room block has been filled, whichever occurs first.
- To book a room at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, use NAIOP’s direct booking website.
- You may also book by calling reservations directly at +1-888-627-7058 and requesting the special NAIOP rate of 259 CAD.
- The rate will be extended for three days before and after the blocked dates, subject to availability (April 4-16, 2019).
- A deposit equal to one night’s stay is required to hold each individual’s reservation. Should a guest cancel a reservation, the deposit will be refunded if notice is received at least two working days prior to arrival, and a cancellation number is obtained. Name changes to room reservations may be made up to three days prior to arrival at no charge, if there is no change to the arrival and departure dates.
Transportation, Maps and Directions
Visit the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre website for information on the local area, including maps and local attractions.
Airport: Vancouver International Airport (YVR) is located approximately 10.6 miles SW and a 25 minute drive from the hotel.
Valet parking is available at the hotel for 33 CAD per day. Self-parking is 5 CAD hourly or 30 CAD daily.
Weather and What to Pack
Business attire is recommended for conference attendees. April temperatures in Vancouver, British Columbia range from an average high of 55 degrees to a low of 39 degrees.
Before You Go...
Get your passport. Go in person to one of 7,000 passport acceptance facilities located throughout the United States with:
- Two photographs of you taken within the last six months
- Proof of U.S. citizenship
- A valid form of photo identification (such as a driver's license)
- See specifics here: travel.state.gov
Double-check! Does your passport expire within six months of travel? Some countries have a strict six-month validity rule that may result in you being turned away at immigration, if not before at your departure airport. Rather than risk traveling with a passport that will expire in six months or less, the U.S. Department of State strongly advises citizens to renew expiring passports prior to travel. It can take up to six weeks to renew a passport, and rush services are available for additional fee.
Update your cell phone plan. International plans vary, so check with your carrier to determine how to upgrade your data and voice plans and avoid expensive roaming changes.
Make important calls. Advise your credit card company that you’ll be traveling abroad so they’ll know to expect out-of-country charges. Notifying them may help avoid issues with international transactions.
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