Inside the Made In Chelsea cast's lavish stay in Canada

Mail Online | 4/21/2019 | Andrew Bullock For Mailonline
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Last autumn, the stars of Made In Chelsea were whisked away to yet another lavish destination to tackle the dramas usually weighing them down in West London.

And although Olivia Bentley found herself in hot water with resident Lothario James Taylor, while Sophie Habboo and Emily Blackwell debated what to do with problem-housemate Miles Nazaire, none of it really mattered given that it played out against the scenic smorgasbord that is British Columbia, Canada.

Cast - Vancouver - One-nighter - Boutique - Wedgewood

The cast were jetted into Vancouver for a lavish one-nighter at boutique hotspot The Wedgewood - a home-away-from-home for the Chelsea set who are more than accustomed to the mahogany and Clos Rougeard of Trinity Square and The Conduit.

The Wedgewood falls under the category of 'boutique' hotel; and while this can often mean 'small', it more often than not means 'swish'.

Hotel - Classiness - Modernity - Downtown - Vancouver

At this hotel you'll find an old-school classiness plonked amid the modernity of Downtown Vancouver which is widely regarded as the place to stay.

Inside The Wedgewood you'll find a variety of accommodations, from the Executive Queen Guest Suites to the various Penthouse rooms on the 12th and 14th floors.

Vancouver - Hotel - Member - Prestige - Relais

This is the only Vancouver hotel that is a member of the prestige Relais & Chateaux - a collection of the world’s finest hotels and restaurants - with each of the 83 rooms boasting walk-out balconies, uber-comfortable bedding and L’Occitane bath amenities.

There's even a limousine and a concierge service, should you require it.

Made - Chelsea - Stars - Vancouver - Island

The Made In Chelsea stars were then jetted off to Vancouver Island - the city's sisterly islet offering, literally, much greener pastures. The cast were sent over in a private seaplane, but there's a cost-effective mode of travel to the island, which allows more time to drink in the surrounds of the region.

Board one of Vancouver's departing ferries and head off on a two-hour sail across...
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