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Tourism Vancouver’s annual Dine Out Vancouver is just around the corner, taking place from January 20 to February 5, 2012. It’s the perfect time to book a culinary staycation to take full advantage of the 10th annual dining festival, which includes great hotel rates, prix fixe menus at over 225 restaurants and a fabulous variety of daily culinary events, tours, and activities. 

Kushi Oyster with Wild Salmon Roe

As of this week, 39 participating hotels are accepting reservations through Tourism Vancouver’s Dine Out website. Hotel offers include discounted room rates with price points at $78, $108 and $138 (per room, per night), as well as special packages created exclusively for Dine Out. Rates are available for stays taking place January 20 through February 5, 2012 and can be booked through Tourism Vancouver.

Baked Sweet Potato Gnocchi

“These hotel offers are ideal for elevating locals’ Dine Out Vancouver experience from a decadent meal to a true foodie holiday,” said Candice Gibson, manager of Consumer Marketing for Tourism Vancouver. “The range of price points and packages means you can customize your Dine Out adventure and get maximum value. They also make great Christmas presents!”

White chocolate, Kalamanzi, coconut mini cake

“We have a wider range of Dine Out hotel packages this year than ever before,” added Lucas Pavan, festival coordinator. “But these offers aren’t just directed to out-of-town visitors – I think locals are just as keen to create a mini-holiday here in Vancouver. They can go out on the town, enjoy a three-course meal with beer or wine and not have to worry about how they’re getting home.”

Roasted Sablefish

Among the array of package perks offered by hotels participating in Dine Out Vancouver 2012 are deluxe accommodations, Dine Out event tickets, complimentary valet parking and a chocoholic buffet. For a list of hotel offers and booking information, visit the Dine Out website.

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