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Located on the downtown waterfront with a dramatic mountain backdrop, the Vancouver Convention Centre’s two connected buildings feature 466,500 ft2 (43,340 m2) of flexible meeting, exhibition, ballroom and plenary space. As the world’s only LEED...more
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Hours Today: 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
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1055 Canada Pl, Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 0C3, Canada
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I was at my first-ever UBCM which utilized the VCC East building which was at the bottom of the hotel we were staying in. The rooms were a little hard to locate at first but once I figured out the numbering system and paid attention...More
Guess what? This place is a great location to local hotels and places to eat. We came for a conference and were delighted that it’s only a short walk from many local hotels. A relatively modern look to the conference centre, big enough to take...More
Attended an event with 8000 participants and the venue was great - clean rooms and bathrooms (no small feat for this number of people), wide variety of hot lunches and break choices, well-organised coffee breaks. Centrally located, views breathtaking.
If I was organising an event...More
The 2010 Olympics brought many changes to Vancouver; the 2009 Jack Poole Plaza and the Convention Center are evidence of that. The ten beautiful white sails that adorn the convention center represent the ten provinces in Canada.
The East wing houses the 3 totems (1900...More
When weather is good, it is nice to walk outside and it feels safe. If you really want to stay close to the event, you may consider the Pan Pacific Vancouver that is in the same East Building of Vancouver Convention Center... More
When weather is good, it is nice to walk outside and it feels safe. If you really want to stay close to the event, you may consider the Pan Pacific Vancouver that is in the same East Building of Vancouver Convention Center as the fanexpo will take place. Or the Fairmont Pacific Rim, where there is underground walkway connected to the West Building of Vancouver Convention Center; between the West and East buildings there is also an underground walkway. Have fun!