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Make Parq Vancouver your ultimate destination for Lunar New Year celebrations this year. With luminous lanterns, decorative umbrellas, and vibrant cherry blossom trees adorning every corner, Parq is the perfect place to immerse yourself in the magic of Lunar New Year. To celebrate 2022 – the Year of the Tiger, Parq has created the following special experiences that await your discovery.



Traditional Lion Dance

Lunar New Year just isn’t the same without a lion dance. Watch age-old traditions come to life at Parq Vancouver. A spectacular traditional lion dance will kick off the festivities on February 1st at 7 p.m.

To ensure we are in alignment with current health and safety requirements, the exact location of the Lion Dance at the casino resort will be determined on the day of and announced live.



Food & Beverage Specials

Enjoy these lucky dishes to bring prosperity and good health to your friends and family.  Available January 21 to February 11.

Enjoy the 3 Treasure Rice – Soy Chicken, Roast Pork & BBQ Pork with Shanghai Bok Choy on a bed of jasmine rice ($12.88 + taxes) at the Noodle Bar at Koi on L3. Open daily from 11am to 1am.

Toast to the Year of the Tiger with the with the Tiger Paw cocktail at Centre Bar on Level 2. Consists of orange juice, Asian liquor and grenadine ($8.88 + taxes).


Red Envelope Giveaway

For a limited time and while quantities last, guests of JW Marriott Parq Vancouver will receive a lucky red envelope upon check-in! Inside will be exclusive offers at our restaurants and lounges, casino and spa.  Available from January 21 to February 11.


Dragon Boat BC Pop-Up Exhibit at Parq

Last but not least, in partnership with Dragon Boat BC, Parq Vancouver is pleased to showcase artwork from the vault of the Legacy Collection of the Canadian International Dragon Boat Festival Society starting on January 21 and on for a limited time.  These one of kind pieces will be on display for a limited time on level 3 near the Luna High Limit Slots Salon. This marks only the second time many of these artifacts have been available for viewing in the last few decades.