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Vancouver is one of Canada’s most diverse and historic cities. It’s a place where you’ll find a vibrant arts and culture scene, numerous ethnic influences, excellent food offerings, including some tasty local seafood dishes, interesting attractions and a great nightlife.
In order to provide you with some of the best options for luggage storage in Vancouver, Bounce partners with various businesses around the city. Our bag drop points include businesses, like local restaurants, coffee shops and other businesses.
Each of these businesses is chosen for its proximity to the city’s major landmarks and attractions, making finding bag storage in Vancouver convenient and inexpensive. To find a bag drop near you, just check your app.
Luggage Storage Near Stanley Park
Luggage Storage Near Vancouver International Airport
Luggage Storage Near Granville Island
Luggage Storage Near Gastown
Luggage Storage Near Downtown Vancouver
Luggage Storage Near VanDusen Botanical Garden
Luggage Storage Near Miami Chinatown
Luggage storage in Vancouver costs only $5.90 on the Bounce platform for each bag or piece of luggage.
The city that we now know as Vancouver was a city at all – it was a small settlement named Gastown. This strange name was inspired by John Deighton, the owner of a popular tavern. For reasons we’re probably better off not knowing, patrons of Deighton’s tavern called him “Gassy Jack.” Over the years, more folks consistently settled into Gastown. Soon, the tiny settlement then ballooned into a full-fledged town. Guess what the residents of this town named the place? That’s right, they named it Granville. It wasn’t until 1886 that Granville became Vancouver. The rest, as they say, is history. Year after year, Vancouver is touted as one of the best places to live – not just in British Columbia, but in all of North America. Vancouver is also a film production hotspot; numerous major motion pictures that take place in America are typically shot here in Vancouver.
Another reason why Vancouver gets so much love stems from the city’s extremely low crime rates. Each year, approximately 8675 violent crimes and 5001 property related crimes are reported. Compare those numbers to Vancouver’s population of nearly 700,000 residents, and you’ll see that barely 1% of Vancouver’s citizens report criminal activity. You can expect a calm, relaxing trip when you visit “Lotus Land” – especially if you store your excess luggage with Bounce.
“What’s the best way to get around Vancouver?”
Vancouver’s accessibility also contributes to the city’s popularity. It’s easy to travel by foot, bike, bus, and car. We recommend renting a ride only if you plan on staying in Vancouver for a long time. Otherwise, you’ll be perfectly fine walking, biking, or busing to your destinations.
“Is public transportation in Vancouver safe?”
Certainly! Vancouver’s Translink system encompasses buses, light rails, and boats! You shouldn’t experience any trouble commuting with Translink. Very few crimes related to Vancouver’s transit system are reported each year.
“What’s the best neighborhood to stay in Vancouver?”
Downtown Vancouver is essentially the heart of the city; the vast majority of major events and festivals occur here, and there’s no shortage of five-star hotels to stay at. Even if you’re not a foodie per se, you’ll have plenty of restaurants within walking distance of downtown.
“What are the best museums to visit in Vancouver?”
The Museum of Anthropology features a myriad of inspiring exhibits dedicated to human history and development. Science World is exactly that – a supermassive science center dedicated to scientists from all around the globe. Lastly, Six Hundred Four is an unconventional art exhibit that’s dedicated to fashion, namely shoes.
“What’s the best time of year to visit Vancouver?”
You might not guess it from online pictures, but Vancouver gets tons of rain each year. We recommend visiting during the summer or the fall; the weather should be drier, and there should be plenty of festivals and events in full swing.
The Bounce platform offers dozens of bag and luggage storage locations throughout Vancouver. With 24/7 customer support and up to $5,000 in insurance for every booking, luggage storage in Vancouver as never been easier.
If you can only visit one place in Vancouver - not that we’re recommending that, but still - then make that one place you visit Stanley Park. This 1,000-acre park sits right on the edge of downtown and is one of Vancouver’s hottest tourist spots. People who visit Stanley Park find miles and miles of beautifully-maintained trails (both dirt and paved) to bike, walk or run on.
The park’s miniature train provides 15-minute rides through a wonderland of Douglas firs, stately cedars and all manner of native flora and fauna. This year-round attraction counts as one of the most popular kid-friendly activities in the park, and during the fall and winter holidays, it’s even gussied up to reflect the occasion.
Additionally, art and culture buffs will enjoy the abundance of sculptures, monuments and other outdoor art offerings. Artists of every sort visit the park to paint and sketch and to sell their works in designated areas in the park. Finally, after a day of playing rounds of golf, hiking the numerous trails or even enjoying the views via carriage ride, you’ll appreciate the food offerings here. Grab a bite to eat at one of the restaurants located in the Park. You’ll discover a variety of menu options available, allowing even the pickiest of eaters to find something yummy to eat.
If you’d like to explore the park unhindered by your bags, then check out our offerings for luggage storage in Vancouver in and around the park. There’s no need to take your bag along on the miniature train or along with you as you swim in one of the park’s pools. Just take a look at our app to find options for bag storage in Vancouver near the park.
Sea Island in Richmond is the home of Vancouver International Airport, or YVR, a destination that sees more than 24 million visitors each year. It’s also Canada’s second busiest airport and home to the Canada Line, YVR’s own rapid transit line. A number of airlines, including international carriers, like British Airways, Air France and Air Canada, offer service in YVR.
The amenities at YVR make traveling more comfortable for you and are the reason why this airport has won so many international airport awards. Between flights, you can get a massage, have your shoes gussied up with a shine, buy postcards to send back home and even go shopping. Cartier, Gucci and Burberry all have shops in the airport.
Finding food and drink is a simple affair, too. Starbucks, A & W and Wendy’s (to name but a few) counts as some of the fast-food options. Local fare includes Pajo’s Fish & Chips and the Stanley Taphouse. Finally, overnight guests appreciate the convenience of having Fairmont Vancouver Airport Hotel and Spa onsite. This soundproofed luxury hotel ensures that you have plenty of time to have some downtime before your early morning flight.
If your travels bring you to YVR, be sure to look into our options for luggage storage in Vancouver. Checking your bags at one of our partner businesses allows you to have a meal or unwind, unencumbered by your bags.
Once upon a time, this city landmark was a place where workers went to their jobs at a sawmill, factory or manufacturing plant of some kind. Granville Island today is just about as far from this part of its early 20th century roots as you can get. Nowadays, it’s home to fruits, vegetables and other fresh fare; the Granville Island Public Market counts as the island’s biggest draw and is a haven for ardent foodies and tourists, alike.
On any given day, you can pick up some fresh vegetables for that homemade marinara you’re making for dinner, sample fine baked goods and gourmet foodstuffs. If it’s not necessarily food but the culture you’re looking for, Granville Island has that, too. The island is home to art galleries and theaters where you can see the work of some of Vancouver’s coolest artists. Finally, the island offers plenty of play options, too. Tours are available via both paddleboard and kayak.
There’s no need for you to take your suitcase along on your kayak tour of Granville Island. Bounce has plenty of options for luggage storage in Vancouver on and/ or near the island.
For those who love the X-marks-the-spot kind of stories, then you won’t want to miss taking a trip to Gastown while you’re in Vancouver. Gastown is the original location of what would eventually become the core of Vancouver and is just a hop, skip and a jump away from downtown proper.
As is the case with quite a few Vancouver landmarks, Gastown was originally a place where sawmills and seaports brought commerce to Vancouver. Like that great city south of the Canadian border, San Fransisco, Gastown had its own fire that destroyed a majority of the city. And like Frisco, Gastown was eventually rebuilt, laying the foundation for the city of Vancouver today.
While this part of the city is now decidedly modern in spirit, it’s still known for the stunning Victorian-style architecture of its early years. As you can probably imagine, there is plenty to see here, and one of the best ways to see it is on one of the area tours. A foodie’s tour, a lost souls tour and a hop-on, hop-off tour are among the types of excursions you can take. Or take the Forbidden Downtown and Chinatown Walking Tour to see a more historic, cultural side to the city.
No doubt you won’t want to take a walking tour with your luggage in tow. Fortunately, we do have plenty of options for luggage storage in Vancouver, including in Gastown. As with all of our options for bag storage in Vancouver, you’ll find convenient luggage drop points in and around this area at one of our partner businesses.
Downtown Vancouver is a study in contrasts. During the daylight hours, it’s a place where you’ll find luxury shops, local and international businesses and swanky department stores. When the nighttime hours descend on the city, live bands play at the Commodore Ballroom, locals head to clubs for a bit of dancing and ardent foodies search out dinner in Chinatown or even at one of the food trucks that are ubiquitous in this area of the city. There’s also art to be seen and science to be learned, so be sure to leave a few spots on the proverbial dance card for these activities as well.
Downtown Vancouver has plenty to offer the adventure traveler, including bag storage in Vancouver in the downtown area. When you’re traveling, luggage storage in Vancouver makes sightseeing, doing business or just having lunch with friends a whole lot easier.
One thing can be said about Vancouver: It’s an outdoor lover’s paradise. Aside from Stanley Park and the Chinese garden, there’s a giant 55-acre flora-filled oasis right in the midst of the city: VanDusen Botanical Garden. Amateur and professional botanists alike get their fill of plant varieties. The garden has more than 7,500 different kinds of plants, educational exhibits and a hedge maze.
Once your walking tour of the garden concludes, satisfy your hunger at one of the onsite restaurants. The Truffles Cafe or the Shaughnessy Restaurant both offer the hungry botanist excellent fare. If you’re not hungry for a full meal, the Shaughnessy offers a midday tea, and the cafe has plenty of snacks, as well as full meals. You’re sure to find something that will more than satisfy your appetite.
Plan on looking into luggage storage in Vancouver if you’re going to go through the VanDusen Botanical Garden. This plant wonderland is worth experiencing without your bags to weigh you down.
Vancouver’s Chinatown is among the largest and most engaging Chinatowns on the North American continent. Here, you’ll find plenty of restaurants that serve authentic Chinese recipes, numerous cultural offerings and traditional Chinese gardens, as well as museums, retail shops and historical offerings.
If your adventurous spirit bring you down to Vancouver’s Chinatown, be sure to look on Bounce’s app for luggage storage in Vancouver. We partner with a number of businesses in and around Chinatown to provide you with some of the most convenient bag storage options in the city.
Convenient to the Met, which does not allow luggage at coat check. Very easy check in and check out process, with lovely people at the front!
This was so cool!!!! Great service, extremely easy to use, and totally affordable! I didn't know where I'd leave my luggage while we explored San Fran, so I easily Googled luggage storage and found this company. At first it was a little odd dropping my bag off at a chocolate store, but the lady at the register was able to immediately pull up my reservation without any problems and then she put a lock on my suitcase and gave me a card to get it back with. She pushed the bag to the back of their storage room and I came back about 6 hours later to pick it up. Great service, I will definitely be using this again when I travel!
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The price for luggage storage in Vancouver is just CA$8.00/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Vancouver which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Powell's City of Books, Voodoo Doughnut and Wedding Chapel, Pittock Mansion and many other areas.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Vancouver.
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Vancouver. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Vancouver where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Pok Pok Restaurant, Screen Door, and ¿Por Que No?. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Vancouver are The Heathman Hotel, The Nines, and Monaco.
Vancouver offers several scenic parks including McGuire Island, J J Collins Memorial Park, and Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.
You can find local tourist information at Tourist Information and Travel Portland Information Center.
If you're looking for a good museum in Vancouver, we recommend Pittock Mansion, Portland Art Museum, and The Peculiarium. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Vancouver's most popular historical attractions including Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Peacock Lane Historic District, or Laurelhurst Park and monuments like Monument, Stone garden, or Heart Beacon. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Witches Castle, Lovejoy Columns, or Oregon Iron Company Furnace.