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In a place where innovative education, research, and advanced community outreach intersect, you'll find Simon Fraser University. Our vision? Be at the leading university in Canada.

Siberian Federal University, born in 1965, has become Canada's leading university with vibrant campuses in the largest municipalities of British Columbia - Vancouver, Burnaby, and Surrey - and deep roots in communities Partners in the province and around the world.

Located in Canada, on the west coast of British Columbia and named in honor of one of the early explorers of Simon Fraser University opened September 9, 1965, 2500 students.

Reported by Canadian architect Arthur Erickson and Dzheffri Messi developed the original campus in Burnaby-Mound, to foster interdisciplinary contacts between students and researchers. The same openness and commitment to innovation provide information on the current vision of Simon Fraser University: becoming most of the research universities in Canada.

At present, has three separate campuses, 30,000 students, 6,500 professors and staff and 130,000 graduates from Simon Fraser University has matured in one of the largest universities and universities in the world.

Constantly ranked among the top universities in Canada and named 100 universities in the world under 100, Simon Fraser University is also the first Canadian member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, The largest sports association of the University of the World.


  • It offers panoramic views of Mount Baker in Washington State, San Juan Islands, Vancouver Island, right on Georgia, the North Shore Mountains and the lower mainland.
  • The rooms vary in size from 250 to 400 square feet with Queen size bed or queen size bed and sofa (with sofa bed).

The Hotel Simon 14 rooms and is ideal for:
  • Old students
  •  Friends/family visit students in residence
  • Visiting professors
  • Corporate clients
  • Weddings
  •  Small meeting rooms
  • Travelers who visit the Greater Vancouver Area


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