What is the design style of Opus Hotel Vancouver?

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Carolyn B. Heller

Set in a brick building in the city’s Yaletown neighborhood, the Opus Hotel Vancouver is a contemporary property that was designed to be playful and fun. Bright colors are everywhere, from the fuchsia and purple lobby bar to the vividly hued guest rooms that pop with bright oranges, lime greens, or raspberry pinks. The Opus has partnered with four local artists — Tiko Kerr, Mark Mizgala, Alana Rothstein, and Taizo Yamamoto —whose original works now hang on the guest room walls.

The bathrooms at the Opus Hotel, with brown granite countertops, stainless steel sinks, and white subway tiles, feel sexy and playful, too. Some have a window that opens into the bedroom, while others have a wall of glass overlooking the street. If you’re not feeling flasher-y, though, you can always wrap up in one of the Frette bathrobes, or just close the shades.

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