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Vancouver offers an ideal place to stay for every traveller – from luxury to historic

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Vancouver’s downtown hotels not only offer up luxurious rooms, often with mountain and sea views, they also reveal some of the region’s best qualities. Chefs pride themselves on creating inventive meals, often with local, sustainable ingredients that showcase the best of the west coast cuisine, and local artwork adorns the rooms in many hotels. 


And since everything downtown, from shopping to sports arenas, is a quick stroll or cab ride away, you can choose a spot that suits your personality. Want to “live” like the locals do? Rent a bike, grab a yoga mat or sit in a cafe and sip a cup of strong coffee while watching the world stroll by. Take a dip in the rooftop pool at the Fairmont Pacific Rim, one of downtown Vancouver’s newest luxury hotels. Linger over dinner or lounge in the bar at Market by Jean-Georges in the Shangri-La Hotel. Or experience the glamour of old-meets-new at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia, which first greeted guests in 1927 and has recently enjoyed a glamorous restoration.


Looking for a place with a more artistic focus? Check into the Listel Hotel and stay in one of the rooms on the gallery or museum floors. The North Shore offers a more intimate experience – all the advantages of being close to downtown with less of the hustle and bustle. From the Pinnacle on the Pier Hotel it is a short ferry ride on the Seabus to downtown Vancouver, but back at the hotel the pace is much slower and relaxed.


To be on your own little island in Vancouver check out the Granville Island Hotel on Granville Island – close to the market and surrounded by the city, yet isolated by the waters of False Creek.


To find a hotel that fits your needs check out the list below:


Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel

Shangri-La Hotel

Listel Hotel Vancouver (see review)

Granville Island Hotel

Rosewood Hotel Georgia

Pinnacle on the Pier Hotel (see review)

Westin Bayshore Vancouver Hotel

L’Hermitage Hotel

Pan Pacific Vancouver Hotel (see listing)


Vancouver hotel reviews

The Granville Island Hotel – a different perspective on Vancouver.

Granville Island’s only hotel offers a unique perspective on Vancouver – surrounded by water and artisans yet in the heart of the city. This hotel also has a…

Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier – easy access to both the mountains and downtown

Nestled on the shores of North Vancouver is a delightful boutique hotel a short distance from downtown Vancouver but removed from all the hustle and bustle.

The Listel Hotel – hospitality, elegance and art in Vancouver

Stay at the Listel Hotel, where style, history and art blend - original art and museum quality artefacts are displayed throughout the hotel and in guest rooms.