For budget lodging, choose Holiday Inn Express Vancouver Airport-Richmond, which comes at 146US$ per night, or Abercorn Inn Vancouver Airport, which charges 130US$. Harmony House is an affordable choice that is directly adjacent to RONA Richmond and offers room rates from 108US$.
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Days Inn By Wyndham Vancouver Airport is a great option situated 5 minutes walk from Bridgeport Skytrain metro station that also offers an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a Jacuzzi. To take advantage of public transport in Richmond, think over booking Hampton Inn - Vancouver Airport/Richmond that is right close to Bridgeport Skytrain train station.
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For a 4-star break in the center of Richmond, check out Hilton Vancouver Airport. If you would like to experience the cuisine of Richmond, you might want to book Ramada Limited Vancouver Airport near Tivoli's Too restaurant, which is also situated in the heart of the city. If you're interested in exploring Golden Village district, consider staying at Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport.
Consider a hotel near Trinity Western University - Richmond, such as Vancouver Airport Marriott which is also within walking distance of a movie theater and a gallery, so you can easily stroll from place to place. Choose a hotel next to Zone Bowling Ctr, such as Holiday Inn Vancouver Airport, which is a 15-minute walk away.
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Those who are looking for cozy apartments in Richmond should check out Vancouver Airport Condos - another good option near Trinity Western University - Richmond. Richmond Apartment Tomicki is a B&B apartment situated within walking distance from key attractions of Richmond such as Az-Zahraa Islamic Centre. Travelodge By Wyndham Vancouver Airport is a family hotel that is just a 20-minute walk from Middle Arm Bridge. Executive Hotel Vancouver Airport is a resort hotel placed 10 minutes' walk from the downtown of Richmond and near McDonald Beach Park.
City Guide: Discover the best of Richmond
RICHMOND is a combination city.
Nestled at the banks of Fraser River, Richmond is a combination of sleepy residential community, fisheries and green plantations cultivated for agriculture. All these blend together to ground Richmond in the strong commercial concerns.
Whether you are to the city for business or leisure, Richmond is easier with Booked.net. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Richmond to a luxury-appointed room all listed with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
Not so long ago Richmond dealt with a change in its cityscape. The point is that its green slopes give way to light and heavy manufacturing, office blocks, markets and shopping center. The city provides more than 100,000 job opportunities in different fields from agriculture, fishing, airport services and tourism. In addition, Richmond is also a regional hub for high-technology companies.
As a regional center for doing business, Richmond is also a multi-ethnic community of 188,100 residents. The biggest part of foreign presence shaped in Richmond by Asian immigrants making up 59 percent of Asians in Canada.
Along with multicultural face goes tight cultural density in Richmond and you can hit the town on sightseeing tour. Attractions include;
Grocery Hall of Fame Museum is full with old posters and vintage tin cans from the turn of the 20th century
The Britannia Heritage Shipyard, the oldest structure in the area and was built in 1889 as the plant, but today it was designated a National Historic Site
The Richmond Nature Park, located in the very center and covers more than 5km of trails
Riverport Amusement Park, a striking entertainment complex with 12 floor-to-ceiling screens
You may go on with sightseeing in Steveston, so-called early fishing village that later grew into Richmond. The change came with farmer Hugh McRoberts who relocated with his family to the area. He named his farm as Richmond to please his daughter dreaming of the city of Richmond in Australia.
On a demands of young girl new Richmond appeared in British Columbia and recently it has undergone change because of the 2010 Winter Olympics in nearby Vancouver. Due to the event, the city of Richmond prettified itself and also invested money in 8,000-seat oval near the Road Bridge. So you may complete a trip there for a dose of small-city warmth, while Booked.net can place you in accommodation with big-city comforts.