Places to stay in North Vancouver, British Columbia
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The City of North Vancouver is surrounded by the District of North Vancouver on three sides,There are two municipalities in the Greater Vancouver region of British Columbia that use the name North Vancouver. While the City and District are separate entities, each with their own mayors, councils, and operations departments, they share several core services such as the North Vancouver School District,the North Vancouver Recreation Commission and the North Vancouver detachment of the RCMP. Local dining options include Bake House, Mings Garden, La Cucina, and Indian Fusion Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the city are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby hotels. If you are travelling in the area, North Vancouver is located close to Little Mountain, Halkett Bay Park, Mary Hill, Coquitlam Indian Reserve 2 and South Surrey.
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The differences between the two municipalities are most apparent to their respective residents. For the most part, other Lower Mainland residents rarely distinguish between the District and the City, referring to both collectively as "North Van". There are, however, some distinct differences between the two municipalities, both physically and socially.
The District of North Vancouver is by far the larger of the two. Bounded by the Capilano River to the west, Indian Arm to the east, Burrard Inlet to the south, and the North Shore Mountains to the north, it sprawls in an east-west direction across the mountain slopes, characterized by rugged terrain, frequent rain and steep and winding roadways. The District is primarily made up of single-family residential housing, with an industrial base along the shoreline of Burrard Inlet. It has more than twice the population of the City, but with a much lower population density. There is no clearly defined "downtown"; instead, a series of commercial areas such as Edgemont Village and Lynn Valley serve as local community hubs.
The City of North Vancouver, on the other hand, has a much more urban feel. Surrounded to the west, north, and east by the District, the City is home to the majority of the North Shore's high rise buildings, rental properties, and commercial operations. As with the District, there are industrial sites along the shore of Burrard Inlet, although in recent years several of these have begun to convert to residential and commercial areas. The City also has the Lonsdale Quay public market and the northern terminal for Vancouver's Seabus transit ferry. The Central Lonsdale and Lower Lonsdale neighbourhoods are considered the "downtown" of the North Shore.
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- Longitude: -123°5'45.6
- Latitude: 49°19'58.8
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- Lockehaven Waterfront Bed and Breakfast, 2136 Lockehaven Road
- A Perfect Short Stay Place, 1000 Block of Kilmer Road