Pros: Everything was amazing, I can't wait to go back!
Cons: Nothing. Everything was great
Pros: Very friendly staff, very customer oriented. Clean, nice rooms/suites. Great location right downtown.
Cons: Just a little mold on the grout in the bathroom.
Pros: Staff was so nice, car to take us to dinner, beds very comfortable, big bathrooms, luxurious robes.
Pros: I was in Vancouver for one night for an early AM meeting. I had a long day of work and travel before checking in and the staff made me feel immediately welcome. My room was spotlessly clean and very comfortable.
I regret not having more than a few hours to take advantage of this property.
Cons: No cons to report
Pros: Extremely helpful, friendly and dedicated service. Unfortunately, we were in and out quickly for an early flight, but everyone was terrific in getting us checked in, fed, and out the door to the airport on time.
Pros: We arrived early in the morning from a cruise ship. The staff was so welcoming. We knew at 9am a room would not be available...so we went off to explore Vancouver. 30 minutes later we had a cell phone call that our beautiful room was available. I don't want to rant...on and on...so all I will say as a previous owner of a meeting planning company that needed to book high end hotels for my VIPS...this is a very classy and comfortable property at a wonderful rate. WE WILL STAY HERE OUR NEXT VISIT TO VANCOUVER. Thank you for a wonderful stay.
Pros: The staff was very professional and friendly. Very classy overall feel to the style of the hotel. Their was nothing I disliked about our stay. Would definately stay here again.
Pros: The room huge, staff caring, hotel conveniently located in downtown, and awesome.
Cons: Busy street during day because of near by building construction but not really an issue. Still quiet in room!
Pros: Great location. Beautiful room including living area and outdoor patio (had a fifth floor corner room with two walls of window). Incredibly efficient and friendly staff. Surprising inexpensive.
Cons: There was construction going on across the street. No fault of the hotel but did make for a mixed view. Shows that the city is bustling and the concierge immediate apologized to each new guest instead of making excuses for it.
Pros: n'espresso maker in room. big tub. fireplace in room. saltwater pool and hot tub open year round. awesome concierge. housekeeping noticed I'd bought a bottle of scotch and proactively left me proper highball glasses for it!
Cons: not really any view
Just a half-block from Robson Street shopping, and 5 minutes on foot from Vancouver Art Gallery, is the hip L'Hermitage Hotel. Guests can walk 3 blocks north to Granville SkyTrain Station and 20 minutes south to False Creek.
Pros: Outstanding customer service from staff at all access points. I also appreciated that while they do have an award-winning fine dining restaurant, there was also a more cost-effective cafe within the hotel for more simple breakfast and lunch options. The location is a plus; we have stayed at other hotels closer to the water but we wanted to be further in the heart of downtown to be closer to art gallery & shopping; Rosewood Hotel Georgia was perfect.
Thank you Kayak for making luxury a little more affordable!
Pros: Service was impeccable. Facilities were well kept, rooms were beautiful.
Cons: A bit pricey without a discount, but absolutely amazing.
Pros: Everything was delightful, except for figuring out the parking, which was also expensive, as all downtown parking is. Perfect location, lovely staff, extremely comfortable rooms. And to think we almost stayed at the Four Seasons!
Cons: That we didn't get to stay longer!
This family-friendly Vancouver hotel is located by the ocean, within a 10-minute walk of Vancouver Art Gallery and Canada Place. Granville Island Public Market and Stanley Park are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Pros: Friendly staff. 4.5 stars - Really nice rooms that are getting near time for updating. I will happily stay there again.
Cons: The guest rooms are starting to show minor signs of wear:
HVAC - Thermostat no longer working properly; either high fan (noisy as heck) or no fan at all.
Bed - getting very lumpy and needs to be flipped or turned.
But overall very nice.
Pros: Great location!
Cons: Felt the staff was a little stuffy; thought the room was OK, wasn't what I expected (for the price). No ice machine?! Had to call for room service to have that brought up every day...? Maybe I'm not used to boutique hotels.
Located in downtown Vancouver, this stylish, 14-story boutique hotel is just 3 blocks from Robson Street shopping and 1 km (0.6 mi) from Stanley Park. Granville Island’s Public Market is 4.1 km from the hotel. Queen Elizabeth Park, home to the Bloedel Conservatory, is about 8 km away.
A breakfast buffet is available for a surcharge. The BeFit fitness studio, open around the clock, features floor-to-ceiling windows, three 42-inch LCD TVs, strength-training equipment, and cardio machines with individual TVs. This Vancouver hotel also offers a spa with an infrared sauna and massage services. Other amenities include 24-hour room service, a 24-hour business center and computer station, banquet facilities, event catering, a fireplace and complimentary newspapers in the lobby, concierge services, luggage storage, valet parking (surcharge), and express check-out. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. A complimentary area shuttle within the downtown core. The Loden Hotel welcomes pets for a surcharge.
This is a smoke-free property. Fines apply for smoke-free violations.
Spacious guestrooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, 42-inch LCD TVs, and custom beds with down duvets. Complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is available. Rooms also offer minibars, in-room safes, desks, speakerphones with private voice mail, in-room yoga mat and yoga channel, and Loden reusable shopping bag. Bathrooms come with showers, tubs, designer toiletries, and bathrobes. The hotel offers evening turndown service.
Pros: Personal service! Every need is met. Each staff member went out of their way to make sure our stay was the best it could be. For instance, Chef Nathan, who we met upstairs while looking over the menu, offered to make us special dinners in preparation for our marathon the next day. He led us to the casual restaurant and custom created pasta dishes for us! What a treat! It was delicious! Also,every encounter was greeted with such politeness! The live music was awesome. We were on the street side and it was quiet, unlike another report. I LOVE THIS HOTEL!
Cons: Loved everything about it. Will be back!
Pros: Good location near Canada Place and the waterfront. Walking distance to Gaslamp. Staff was very accommodating and helpful. We had an issue with noise due to some late-night partiers and management upgraded and moved us the next day after quieting the offending room. Couldn't be happier with the quality and cleanliness all throughout. The cafes and restaurants were very convenient as well.
We traveled with our three young children and everyone was very nice and respectful the entire time, we never felt out of place. We didn't get a chance to use the pool but could see that it was being used by kids on both days we were there.
Room service was fantastic and the service was great as well.
Cons: Not much we didn't like. It was a bit pricey but we felt we got great value considering it is a luxury property.
This ultramodern downtown hotel - rated the World's Best Business Hotel by Condé Nast Traveler readers and the #1 City hotel in Canada by Travel + Leisure - offers unobstructed mountain and harbour views, combining the best of the Pacific Rim in its architecture and décor. The hotel features three eclectic dining destinations, resort-style Willow Stream Spa, rooftop pool deck, lavish guestrooms, and a variety of the city's most luxurious suites including the new and highly anticipated Owner's Suites.
Pros: Beautiful hotel and location
Restaurant is excellent
Try to do a breakfast package. Well worth it.
Cons: I have stayed at hotels that cost 2/3 the cost of this place in Vancouver and were just as nice if not better. I am very confused why I paid $600 a night to stay here.
Pros: Well appointed, modern, spacious.
Cons: Construction noise. The hotel failed to warn us about this. We would avoided it.
Pros: cleanliness, modern, practical, amenities
Cons: the after shampoo conditioner is impossible to get out of that bottle. please change your container!
Pros: The service was outstanding. We had two suites during the day of our wedding for both wedding parties to get ready in. All of our requests were completed in a timely and gracious manner. The staff was incredibly nice and overly helpful. Thank you for making our day that much easier.
Cons: Nothing, it was a perfect stay for what we needed.
Pros: The location was good -- pretty central to downtown and only a short walk to the Skylink train.
Cons: The living room was extremely small -- much smaller than the pictures on the website. It's not a room one would want to hang out in. So for the price, it didn't strike me as a good value. The check-in process occurs in a dark, run-down room in the hotel garage.
I'd recommend the place for business travel. I'm not sure I'd recommend it for leisure travel.
Pros: The staff was amazing the rooms were impeccable the views in our corner suite were amazing !!
Cons: Although the features of this hotel are truly amazing..... We were not able to stream music via Bluetooth into the stero system from our devices. My girlfriend had made a mix for my birthday celebration we had to listen to it from the iPad
Located in Downtown Vancouver, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Offsite and Canada Place. Granville Island Public Market and BC Place Stadium are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Pros: The room the view the amenities the staff all excellent
Cons: The smell of chlorine in the lobby
Pros: Very comfortable hotel to stay. Highly recommended.
Pros: Great value. Very well maintained facility. Comfortable rooms. The best was the staff (particularly the concierge Gerardo L.). We would be delighted to stay there again.
Pros: So many things going on and nice shopping in area
Pros: Rooms were amazingly comfortable and the view of the harbour and city were spectacular.
Cons: In my particular room, the WiFi connection was rather unreliable. Hotel staff was somewhat lacking personality but generally speaking were efficient and informative.
In one of North Vancouver’s oldest neighborhoods, Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier is a 5-minute walk from the SeaBus terminal, where water taxis ferry passengers to downtown Vancouver in 12 minutes. Lonsdale Quay Market, which comprises over 80 specialist shops and services, is right on the doorstep.
Pros: Super comfy bed. Great location. Room service was great but pricey.
Cons: Tried to checkin at 240 when guaranteed is 3pm. Didn't have our room ready till 4pm. I had to inquire 3 times with 3 different people whom all assured us they would call or text me and inform guest services manager. Didn't happen.
Bags took another 40 mins longer to come up as they insisted on delivering.
Executive suite was nice but only 7th floor. Bad view of pool/buildings. Outdated inside suite. Mismatched door hardware and odd bath/shower setup. No soaker tubs.
Won't be back in future. Considering Hotel Georgia or Westin or Pan Pacific.
Pros: Aside from being everything I look for in a hotel—quiet, great views, luxuriously comfortable bed, friendly and attentive staff, beautiful architecture and decor throughout—its location really makes it special when it comes to exploring the city.
It's perfectly situated along major bus and train routes, and you'll never spend more than a minute or so hailing a cab on the street (which is great, as there's currently no Uber or Lyft). Vancouver's already a super walkable city, but this makes it incredibly easy to get around without a car.
Even then, you're never more than a few blocks from great food, art (the Vancouver Art Gallery is across the street), landmarks, parks, entertainment and shopping.
It also smells phenomenal. Stay there.
Pros: Fantastic customer service, staff friendly but professional. Bed incredibly cozy, just what I needed after a long flight from France. I would stay here again in a heartbeat.
Pros: The staff at this facility were very, very kind; and very, very helpful. The best I've ever encountered. Top marks.
Pros: I arrived at 2.0 pm and asked for my room, but it wasn't ready until 4.0pm. I reserved a deluxe suite with downtown view,but I got one with a swimming pool view.
Cons: It was a bit challenging to get my room.
Pros: The staff was incredibly professional with wonderful attitudes.
Pros: The restaurant at Four Seasons had a delicious breakfast and the bed was super comfortable!
Cons: The hotel feels a little old and worn down rather than luxurious, the gym is small, hot-tub was luke warm with no jet power, pool looks nice but it's small and shallow and there were silverfish in the sauna. On top of this I had some thing happen to me personally that didn't make it a great experience overall (things like the cleaning staff didn't come any day I was there).
Cons: Called 3 times to try to stop and retrieve a phone charger. Put on hold for too long, name,phone number and email taken. Promises to get back. no follow through 3 times. finally just bought a new charger before my next stop. You would think that a 5 stare $400/night would have a system for collecting, marking and storing items left in rooms.
Pros: Unbelievably attentive staff and attention to detail.
Pros: Hotel is walking distance from Granville Island, Stanley Park, and the Aquarium. Close to great restaurants and shopping. The hotel staff were friendly and helpful and the restaurant is excellent.
Pros: This hotel was nice
Cons: We had a good time there our negative has to be that we came back with bedbugs. This were found two days later. My wife killed one and had been bitten on her arms and neck area
Pros: Staff were very helpful
Located in the heart of downtown, this Vancouver luxury hotel rises above the shops of Pacific Centre. The Vancouver Art Gallery, historic Gastown, and Robson Street are among the attractions within 2 blocks. Stanley Park and Granville Island are both a 10-minute drive from the Four Seasons.
A heated indoor/outdoor pool is bookended by a seasonal sunning terrace and a garden. The Four Seasons' YEW restaurant showcases Pacific Coastal cuisine in a dramatic, nature-inspired setting: 40 foot (12 meter) ceilings, large windows and skylights, rich wood paneling, and a floor-to-ceiling sandstone fireplace. A communal table is fashioned from a slab of native maple from Vancouver Island. The hotel's health club includes cardio and strength-training equipment, a spa tub and sauna, and fitness routines for MP3 players. In-room and in-suite massages are available on request, and massages can also be enjoyed in the comfort of the RedCedar Massage Suite. A Blo Dry Bar is located in the lobby. The hotel has a 24-hour business center with 26,000 square feet of event space, and 12 conference rooms. Other business amenities include banquet facilities, Internet point, secretarial services, audiovisual equipment, and technology support staff. The hotel has received a Five Star Award from Forbes Travel Guide. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available throughout public areas. Secure self-parking and valet parking are available (surcharge).
Guestrooms feature Four Seasons luxury bedding. Large windows frame views of the city. Flat-panel TVs come with premium channels and DVD players. iHome clock radios include iPod docking stations. Wireless and wired high-speed Internet access are available. Marble bathrooms offer shower/tub combinations, terry bathrobes and slippers, makeup/shaving mirrors, and L'Occitane bath amenities. Turndown service is provided each evening. Children receive an age-appropriate welcome treat, delivered to the rooms upon arrival. Rollaway beds available (surcharge).
Pros: his is definitely a gorgeous luxurious hotel. The staff are so friendly and so eager to help. T
Pros: convenience location
Cons: Extra charge for everything. food is very expensive
Pros: Beautiful place to stay for my first time in Vancouver. Close to everything downtown.
Pros: Very comfortable bed and pillows - Everything I needed was in the room. Check in and out were very fast. It was an enjoyable stay and the location was perfect.
Pros: Beautiful location and elegant decor. Room and bedding very comfortable and spacious.
All service was friendly and prompt.
Bellman was especially helpful with information and very courteous.
Pros: Proximity to the cruise ship terminal. Easy to get anywhere in the city by walking, bus or subway (Sky Rail). Extremely courteous staff, very helpful. Will definitely stay there in the future.
Pros: This is the perfect hotel to be close to the cruise terminal as well as for sightseeing, right next to Gastown, Chinatown, and the Skytrain.
Cons: Had my reservation for a king sized bed, and when I entered the room, it was 2 doubles. Went down to get it changed, and the staff member (Elena?) said the rooms were fully booked and said that "the king sized was just a request". I persisted that I reserved a king and paid the price for a king, which was clearly printed on my reservation confirmation. She went to the back room to check with her manager, and finally came back out to change my room to a king size bed.
It was a little troubling to have to put up a fight to get what I had reserved.
Pros: Staff we're very helpful and accommodating
Room was super clean and surprisingly quiet considering how busy the hotel was
Super convenient location
Cons: Internet charge was a little outrageous
Pros: great location for prior to a cruise!
restaurant has excellent menu! delicious and healthyh!
Rising alongside a bustling pier that serves Alaska-bound cruise ships, Pan Pacific Vancouver stands next to the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The CN IMAX Theatre and SeaBus terminal are also positioned adjacent to the hotel.
Escalators glide past totem poles and an indoor waterfall to the hotel's harbor-view atrium. Dining elegance is presented at Five Sails, where views of Canada Place, Vancouver's waterfront, and the mountains accompany a menu of West Coast, Asian and European culinary selections. Oceans 999 enhances its Saturday Opera Night with an antipasti bar, pasta buffet, and live opera performances. Meanwhile, Cascades Lounge overlooks the harbor and hosts live jazz performances. Extensive banquet and function facilities accommodate small or large events. On-site business center services and technology support via a 24-hour "cyber-butler" address communication needs. Recreational amenities include an outdoor pool bordered by flowerbeds and enhanced by sensational views of the harbor. Spa Utopia is a 12,000-square-foot spa and salon (surcharge) that offers an array of Eastern and western massage techniques, body treatments and beauty services. A complimentary fitness center features changing facilities, a lounge and a range of fitness equipment. Art galleries, an antique shop and designer clothing stores occupy the hotel's premises. Other enhanced hotel services include curbside check-in and luggage delivery to cruise ships.
This stately hotel offers 503 guestrooms and suites that overlook the city, harbor or mountains. Cool-color pastels and sleek, light-toned furnishings reflect sophisticated ambience. Room amenities include CD players and satellite television. Minibars and coffeemakers are available. Marble-clad bathrooms are stocked with Aveda toiletries. Suites feature separate bedrooms and living areas with sleeper sofas. WiFi is free.
Pros: The staff were all friendly, courteous, and professional. The decor was elegant and comfortable without being ostentatious. Location was walking distance to many of our destinations during our visit. Street noise was virtually nil (fifth floor). Room service breakfast was delivered on-time, well presented, and tasty.
Cons: Wifi should be included at no extra charge.
Pros: location perfect
Pros: Beautiful hotel. Great Location. Friendly Staff.
Pros: Great hotel everything was so nice. The staff were so helpful. The rooms very comfortable and bedding was great!
Concierge, especially Miguel!
night desk staff, Zach, Jennifer, & Wing!
Cons: TV remote was too hard to read, & sometimes didn't work!
However, the electrician was quick to arrive!
Pros: Rooms, Staff, location and amenities made this a delightful stay overall.
I'd stay here again for sure.
Pros: The hotel is centrally located in downtown Vancouver and is close to everything. The staff at the hotel, particularly those that work as the concierge, are amazing! I wouldn't want to stay anywhere else in Vancouver.
Cons: They charge extra for WiFi, but you can access it for free in the lobby.
Pros: Location is great for Robson st shopping and eating.
Cons: Parking and the Internet is expensive.
Pros: Great location. Great hotel.
Pros: It's in a fairly convenient location, with a pretty lobby, clean rooms and a nice pool and hot tub area. There is 24 hour room service and the food is pretty good.
Cons: They charge extra for wifi, they charge extra for using the business center (but you can ask the concierge to print and they will not charge you). I did not find the front desk to be friendly or accommodating. The double room is essentially two twin beds. The rooms are rather small.
Pros: The hotel was beautiful and luxurious, including all of the amenities. Loved the restaurant and the oyster bar. Staff was very courteous and helpful. Would definitely come back again.
Pros: Location , rooms Beds, real nice bar and Resturant!
Cons: Experience at Spa with our daughter who is undergoing Treatment was a disaster!! I picked this hotel because of the spa but her mani & pedi and the technician was aweful! She also had a massage which she did enjoy!!
I bought WiFi $19.95/day didn't work! Talked to a call centre in Missiouri - said he reboot server/ still didn't work! Disappointed but the overall hotel we did enjoy- beds , rooms, etc.
The Sutton Place Hotel stands in the city center of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, around the corner from Robson Street's eclectic shops. Vancouver's business district is positioned two blocks from this hotel, while the waterfront and historic Gastown are less than one mile away.
This hotel has received the Conde Nast Traveler Gold List and 2005 Travel and Leisure Top 500 Greatest Hotels awards. Gerard Lounge is reminiscent of a private English club, complete with a fireplace, leather furnishings, wood paneling, soft lighting and traditional landscape paintings. A staffed business center, complimentary downtown limousine service, and close proximity to Vancouver's business district add elements of convenience to this hotel's amenities, while 14,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space provide room for a variety of events. Vida Wellness Spa offers an array of body treatments that include Swedish techniques, shiatsu massage and hot and cool stone therapies. An atrium pool and spa tub are adjoined by a patio courtyard.
The Sutton Place Hotel - Vancouver offers 397 guestrooms with elegant 18th-century-style furnishings and manor-house oil paintings. Large bay windows open onto panoramic city views. Room sizes ranges from 21-44 square meters. Décor is sophisticated, with subtle wallpaper accents, rich mahogany furniture pieces and select accommodations that feature French doors and four-poster beds with premium bedding. All rooms include DVD/CD players, stocked minibars, in-room safes (accommodate laptops), and flat-screen televisions. Closets conceal plush bathrobes and umbrellas. High-speed Internet access is available for a fee.
Cons: They are not cat friendly.
The room we stayed in allowed our cat to run up into a crawl space including the ceiling and potentially the walls and ceilings of nearby rooms. This was a living nightmare, as she disappeared for close to ten minutes while hotel staff had no idea what to do.
I'm sure the hotel is lovely if you don't have a cat, but if you do, avoid this hotel at all costs.
Pros: Were were given the option to upgrade our room...at a cost of 40$ a night. Rooms were comfortable and overall enjoyed our stay.
Cons: When booking the hotel we booked a deluxe queen room....however when checking in we were told we could only have a room with 2 singles as there were no other comparable rooms. We were given the option to upgrade. So adding an extra cost and the parking is also approx. 40 $ a night!
Pros: The staff were very accomodating. Went out of their way to assure we were taken care of - without even being asked. Friendly concierge and bell staff. Would definately stay here again.
Pros: all you expect and more....Comfortable mattress, pillows, fabulously smooth & lush linens, and quiet! a nice surprise, in a hotel so conveniently located in the heart of downtown Vancouver!!
Pros: The hotel itself was really nice. The bed was super comfy and it had little light switches on the side so you didn't have to get up to shut them off at night. The bathroom was huge, and the hotel had a sauna/pool open most hours of the day.
Cons: Kayak booked us a room for three with one bedroom and a cott. The room name description was unclear and it really caught me off guard when I got there and the reception said "So, you'll be needing a cott?" without any prior knowledge from me. We just crammed all three people on the bed, which worked, but it was not at all what I thought was going to happen.
Pros: Comfort, Size of rooms, Location
Cons: Limited parking
Pros: Two minute walk to Sky Train and connection to airport. Good bar/restaurant. All for less than half of the Four Seasons across the street.
Cons: Slow check in/out because of having only one staff at desk.
Pros: Overall just about excellent.
Cons: Pool was being worked on. Had to use pool across at 4 seasons in 40 degree weather. Incredibly inconvenient
Pros: The hotel was wonderful. I very much enjoyed my stay. Staff was nice and very accommodating in getting our friends on the same floor.
Pros: I enjoyed the attentiveness of the staff and found the hotel luxurious. I also had harbour front view which I recommend to everyone.
The room was large, bed extremely comfortable.
I really appreciated a separate outdoor, covered area with benches for smokers. I found that respectful for those who smoke.
Pros: The size of the hotel is large enough for basement auto parking and a full service restaurant ---but not overwheming. Rooms very clean and comfortable, free wi-fi, quiet. Very central location, a block awy from the Canada Line subwy to airport. Rates aren't bargain basement but reasonable.
Cons: Nothing lacking for me.
The Metropolitan Hotel exudes chic West Coast ambience in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Located 2 blocks from Robson Street shops, this hotel is 3 blocks from the theater district and seven blocks from historic Gastown. A Canada Line station a half-block away offers easy access to Vancouver International Airport. Grouse Mountain resort is approximately an hour away.
Diva at the Met, the hotel's elegant, award-winning dining venue, boasts a 600-entry wine list and contemporary Canadian cuisine infused with seasonal regional ingredients. Although the décor showcases marble and original art, the restaurant's aura invites come-as-you-are comfort. Meeting rooms are available and the business center provides office services and a computer workstation with high-speed Internet access. The Metropolitan Hotel provides complimentary wireless Internet access in all public areas, including restaurants. A Feng Shui master designed this hotel with two Foo dogs that guard the hotel's entrance, one that symbolically protects the structure and the other that protects all who dwell within the property. An atrium pool with a spa and lounge chairs captures Vancouver's lingering afternoon light. A poolside fitness center contains free weights, weight machines, cardiovascular equipment and a sauna. This is a smoke-free hotel.
The Metropolitan Hotel features 197 contemporary guestrooms and suites offered in a variety of configurations. Accommodations provide contemporary solid-oak furniture. Floor-to-ceiling marble-clad bathrooms contain separate showers and tubs. Select suites feature winding staircases and balconies with panoramic views. Flat-panel TVs can be found in-room and wired and wireless high-speed Internet access is available.
Cons: They nickle and dime you; parking was $10 daily more than advertised on my confirmation (they said it was an old rate, although I only booked two days before the stay!). Then they charge for wifi! Seriously!?!?!? Who charges for wifi these days?
Pros: Beds were very comfortable
Cons: We had 3 people in our party so we got a room with a king bed & a roll away. Wasn't happy !
Pros: * gym, pool, sauna
Cons: * $8/day for slow wifi, $15/day for OK wifi
Pros: The location was great! It was walking distance to restaurants, the harbor, and a stop for the hop on hop off tours.
Cons: It said breakfast was included, and then they wouldn't let us have breakfast. That was the major reason I picked them.
Pros: I liked the location. It was easy walking distance to eating and shopping locations. Also, could purchase city tours at front desk and cab service was easily available.
Elegance, convenience and modern comfort await you here at the Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel. We're ideally situated in the heart of the city centre, just moments from all of the things that make Vancouver such a popular tourist destination - including Stanley Park, Robson Street and Rogers Arena. Settle in to your hotel room or suite, which is awash with natural light and offers perks like pillow top bedding, high-speed internet and an ergonomic workspace - not to mention striking views of downtown Vancouver and the harbour. Join us at Showcase Restaurant & Bar for international cuisine and local beer and wine, or enjoy 24-hour room service. Stay healthy with a visit to the fitness centre, or a swim in our indoor pool. And consider hosting your next event with us here in Vancouver city centre, and take advantage of our flexible venue space and outstanding catering. Whatever brings you to our beautiful city, we're confident you'll enjoy your stay at the Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel.
Pros: Location, helpful staff and access to fitness center were excellent.
Cons: elevators and carpets ingeneral (rooms and aísles) are very deteriorated.
Pros: Amazing location in downtown Vancouver to enjoy all the terrific city has to offer! Beautiful views and gorgeous rooms but it all boils down to location! Breakfast was a nice perk too!
Pros: I liked the breakfest
Cons: Hotel conditions
Pros: close to train station
coffee maker in room worked well
Lions Pub was good
Cons: Hotel is a few floors in a tall building...not a 4 or 5 star experience...harbor view was partial...breakfast very minimal,better at a sleep inn...furniture worn and outdated...not romantic
Pros: Location is very central
Cons: Pool, fitness room, and all amenities that make a 4-star hotel a 4-star hotel were unavailable. Staff was hardly accommodating. Room deco was very outdated and not completely clean.
Pros: Location.. Going on Cruise and only 1.5 blocks from Cruise Ship Terminal. and 1 block from Train....
The Room Suite was well decorated and very comfortable, Clean and prepared for our arrival.
Cons: Had booked 2 rooms and paid in advance. On arrival only showed one room booked. Staff worked to correct issue but only after turning attention to other parties who arrived at counter then came back to us.
Poor Signage walled past the Hotel.
Very poor continental breakfast , appears added as a after thought, not enough room or selection.
Common areas on floor were not environmental regulated areas were hot and muggy
Pros: The property is a very easy walk (even in inclement weather) to the convention center. It excels based on value: a bit cheaper than the others but includes continental breakfast and a access to a nice fitness center.
Location. The Auberge Vancouver Hotel located in downtown Vancouver within walking distance of many attractions, including the harbor and Canada Place (both 2 blocks away), Robson Street (4 blocks away), and the Vancouver Art Gallery (7 blocks away). Stanley Park is 1.2 miles (2 kilometers) away.
Hotel Features. The Auberge Vancouver Hotel offers access to a state-of-the-art fitness center with a 25-meter indoor swimming pool, saunas, steam rooms, and a spa tub. A fitness facility, squash courts, and spa services are also featured.The Lions Pub offers pub food and a range of drinks. The hotel also offers guests a complimentary daily breakfast. A game room is available to guests. A business center, business services, and complimentary wireless Internet access are also provided. Event-related amenities include conference rooms that can accommodate up to 500 people, catering services, and event and wedding planning. Onsite guest parking is available (surcharge). The hotel is smoke-free.
Guestrooms. The 58 guestrooms at The Auberge Vancouver Hotel feature contemporary design and city or harbor views. Beds include 280-thread-count linens. Flat-screen TVs with cable channels, as well as clock radios with iPod docking stations, and complimentary wireless Internet is offered. Daily newspapers, local calls, and afternoon bottled water, ice, and chocolates are complimentary. Rooms include refrigerators and microwaves. Bathrobes and complimentary Deserving Thyme toiletries are provided.
Pros: Great location. Comfortable room with a good view. Good value.
Pros: Staff was outstanding
Cons: Valet parking is the only option and therefore should be included in the hotel rate. I felt I was duped after seeing a decent room rate then learning it was another $40 per night to be able to park my car at the hotel.
Pros: The lobby restaurant had good brunch.
Cons: The marketing of this hotel makes it seem like something special with it's art collection. The art pieces are few and not that interesting; it is really just a generic hotel.
Pros: The location is perfect. Many restaurants and shopping nearby. The room has a fridge, a safe and a small wardrobe for coats etc. the staff are wonderfully helpful and the hotel offers free morning coffee/tea delivery to your room.
Cons: Rooms are nicely renovated but the washroom is tiny tiny tiny and the room is dated. The couch ibarely accommodates 2 people and is uncomfortable, the pillows and mattress are old and soft. The only place to unpack clothing is the nightstand as there are no other drawers in the room.
Pros: Very comfortable rooms,, extremely helpful friendly staff. On Robson street not far from Stanley Park.
Pros: Personnel was friendly and helpful
Cons: Bathrooms are a bit in the small side. Booked four people but got three sets of towels daily.
Pros: Great location
Courteous, helpful and efficient front desk staff
Very good restaurant with great breakfast and excellent service
Interesting modern art installation
Cons: Bathroom vanity needed replacing in room #315
Low lighting in bathroom vanity area
Pros: The room was super comfy and nicely decorated. The front desk staff was very friendly and able to dispense great information about their city as well as making amazing recommendations for places to eat and drink. The Valet even went out of his way to look for my cell that I thought I had left in car, when I found it in the bottom of my bag he wasn't even annoyed. Thank you for having patience and for the recommendation for the PB&J Burger recommendation.
Cons: Nothing, I was very pleased with my experience here.
"Vancouvers most art-full hotel, The Listel Hotel is a cultural tourists dream and a showcase for eco-friendly practices. Packed with original art, this 129 room boutique hotel boasts comfortable, contemporary furnishings and a perfect location in the West End, the citys most eclectic shopping and dining neighbourhood. The hotel offers valet parking and a fitness centre and it is 100% smoke-free. The Gallery Floors, originally curated by a preeminent local gallery, are individual galleries displaying original and limited edition work by renowned international and regional artists. The Museum Floors are a tribute to all things distinctly British Columbian. The hotel is also home to Forage and Timber, pioneers in sustainable restaurant operations and home to Chef Chris Whittakers award-winning farm-to-table fare.
Pros: Quick access to CA-1, Clean spacious rooms, Efficient house keeping
Enjoy Award-Winning Service At Our Hotel In North Vancouver B. C. Holiday Inn and Suites North Vancouver is the ideal place to stay and play. Nestled amongst the North Shore Mountains we are a short drive to Cypress Mountain where you can enjoy the finest Ski and Snowboard runs. Convenient access off the Trans-Canada Highway 1 you are not far from Vancouver’s attractions including Grouse and Seymour Mountains Capilano Suspension Bridge Lynn Canyon Park Stanley Park and the Vancouver Aquarium. Don't forget to check out North America's second-largest Chinatown located in downtown Vancouver. Take a short Seabus ride to Canada Place home of the cruise ships and the Convention Centre stroll the vibrant Lonsdale Quay Market or shop at North Vancouver’s largest shopping centre Park Royal. We are conveniently located by Capilano University Pacific National Exhibition Fairgrounds Playland Amusement Park and Deep Cove which is well known for kayaking and hiking. Hotel amenities include 2 000 sq. ft. of function & meeting space indoor pool sauna Fitness Centre and Business Centre. Our meeting rooms feature natural light and audio visual equipment rentals. Our guest roomsfeature large work spaces free high-speed Internet access microwave fridge and HD flat screen TVs. Our suites have sofa beds and stove top burners.
Pros: The staff was impecable and very attentive. I would stay there again any time without thinking about it
Cons: No complains
Pros: Staff is most friendly.
Cons: Restaurant choices were poor. The only sensible thing to do was get room service which is more costly. Very few options offered at the restaurant as opposed to room service. Parking even for a hotel guest was too pricey. They didn't clean my room the second day.
Pros: Bed was so comfortable I didn't want to get out of it!
Cons: It's a great and pleasant stay
Pros: The hotel is centrally placed in the city and an easy walk to most of the major locations. The employees were very helpful. The facilities were clean. The price was very reasonable as well. I would definitely stay here again.
Cons: Our room in the evening must of had some young kids nearby as music was heard along with laughing and voices through the walls or possibly through the ceiling. That was the only inconvenient part of the stay.
Pros: Great hotel,location staff etc. stay here and you will have an awesome time! Aloha
Pros: The bed was very comfortable and the air conditioning got the room nice and cold.
Cons: The room was outdated and not as advertised on the website.
Pros: I've stayed at the Sheraton before. The location and value are great
Cons: I was put off when the woman at the front desk ask me to email her my confirmation receipt upon checking in. In addition, there is a night club very close by that was in full swing until 3am. I was in town for an event and needed to get up at 5. Needless to say, I didn't sleep well.
Pros: The staff were very kind
Cons: For the south tower: The Lobby, the entrance and elevators were not four star at all!
Whether your visit is for business or for pleasure, you’ll never feel more at home at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre. Stroll leisurely through the boutiques of Robson Street and Yaletown, or make connections at the nearby business and financial districts. Step outside our doors and into the celebrated sites of the city. Take a Sea Wall Walking Tour with family and friends and create memories at Stanley Park and the Vancouver Art Gallery, just around the block. Slow down and take in views of the skyline and the Pacific Ocean in one of our 775 guest rooms and suites. After a full day of bonding and sightseeing, rest easy beneath the cozy comfort of our Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience. Jump into our heated indoor swimming pool or ease into the whirlpool to get refreshed. Re-energize at Sheraton Fitness, which features treadmills and elliptical trainers. A warm welcome awaits you at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre.
Pros: Loved the hotel. Have stayed there many times... Amazing location...
Cons: However, $750 a night is absolutely insane!! Somehow got ripped off online into paying that for one night! It was supposed to be for 2 nights.... Not happy... Complete rip off...
Pros: Location is superb with Stanley Park at the door and the city behind. Great views
Cons: Price of parking
Pros: Great location, good value. Fun to be in that part of the city, a real attraction for us.
Cons: Exterior is rather dated but interior was fine. Not a concern for us.
Cons: Usually when I travel and get to a hotel I want to be checked in as quickly as possible. You'd think the young guy checking me in would have understood this, but he kept stopping what he was doing to answer questions from one of the other hotel workers. The other worker was maybe 50 or so, the kid's senior, so I understand his respect for the older man, but they should both know that whatever questions/answers either of them have for each other, should have been both posed and answered after the guest is checked in. Sounds like a very small detail but this level of attention to detail is what I expect from a 4-star hotel. Aside from that and the location being fairly removed from much of what I wanted to see, no complaints.
Pros: Fabulous views Close to everything. Very quiet on 9th floor. Friendly staff. Right on the sea wall. I have stayed at many hotels in vanvouver which were fancier but this is my favorite since it brings out what makes Van one of the most picturesque cities of the world
Cons: A bit dated and modern 70s decor Valet was a bit steep at $40. No free WiFi in rooms
Located in downtown Vancouver on Coal Harbour, steps away from shopping, dining, entertainment, arts and culture, our hotel is set against the natural beauty of the 1,000-acre Stanley Park and offers direct access to the city’s world-famous seawall. We offer indoor and outdoor pools, a 5,000-square-foot spa, and a 60,000-square-foot conference center. The city’s newest dining hotspot, H2 Rotisserie & Bar features upscale comfort food, a completely local drink list, and an unrivaled location directly off the iconic Stanley Park Seawall. In 499 freshly renovated rooms and suites, beautiful organic textures and soothing earth tones mirror our natural waterfront setting. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors in every room reveal stunning views of the harbor, mountains, and city skyline.
Pros: Location and cost were the biggest pluses for staying here.
Cons: Main issue for myself was lack of parking.
Pros: Good staff, great location with a very international ambient. Lots of options provided to visit Vancouver on a budget
Cons: The breakfast could be better and is a bit expensive compared with most of the hostels similar to this one that I have been to around the globe
Samesun Vancouver puts you within a 10-minute drive of Granville Island Public Market and Stanley Park. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out The Beaver Lounge, which serves international cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. There's a bar/lounge, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and refrigerators.
Pros: Room was charming
Boutique exposed brick
Great value for traveling young couple not concerned with tons of ammenities
Cons: Room size is intimate
Pros: The hotel is quite the little historic gem, clean new bathrooms, and king sized beds.
Cons: The room had a musty smell, if thats an issue be aware.
Pros: Great location, just a block and a half from Hastings St., near restaurants and shops. Breakfast room was great to be in, listening to all the languages and accents. Hotel exudes old-world charm, and my room was very quiet.
Cons: The lack of a writing desk was a problem, but I was able to use the nice desk in the communal hall on my floor. Most rooms share the bathroom, and the shower, among several rooms on that floor, but this was never a problem for me (staying almost a whole week). There was also no air-conditioning, but this was also never a problem, with the cool Vancouver weather (never above 70F during a week in July!) and a window that can stay open all day.
Pros: Comfortable charming accommodations.
Cons: The hotel is undergoing renovations. There were no interruptions in service--but the noise! If it weren't for the charm of the place and the staff, I would have found another place to stay.
Pros: The room was clean, comfortable and the staff were very friendly.
Cons: The room was quite small.
When you stay at Victorian Hotel, you'll be within a 15-minute walk of Canada Place and BC Place Stadium. Free perks include WiFi and continental breakfast daily between 7 AM and 9 AM. Rooms at this Victorian hotel offer up nice touches like iPod docks and pillowtop beds with premium linens.
Pros: Great time. Superb location, quiet yet very close to west end food, shopping, beach. Very nice apartment, nice furnishings and well decorated. Front desk upgraded us to a two bedroom apartment.
We were just in for one night after a long wilderness trip, but would be excited to stay here during a longer visit.
Cons: Kitchen seemed short of cooking gear, though we didn't stay long enough to warrant asking for additional cooking utensils. But they had a great coffee maker there.
Savour the privacy of your own spacious, charming apartment in downtown Vancouver's fashionable West End with up to 1900 square feet. If youre looking to feel more like a laid-back Vancouver resident than a visitor, staying in one of The Rosellen Suites unique and spacious apartment-size accommodations will make you feel right at home. More than any other hotel in Vancouver, The Rosellen Suites epitomizes the casual, healthy lifestyle of its residents. Whether you are visiting Vancouver for a night, a week or longer, you will feel right at home.Leisurely strolls through a beautiful residential neighbourhood will bring you to the beautiful scenery, sandy beaches and Aquarium of world famous Stanley Park and the best of downtown Vancouver the shops and restaurants of Robson Street. A favourite of film crews for years, be sure to check out the signed photos at the reception desk.
Cons: They use some perfume that doesn't go away. Heat adds up. Internet sucks.
Pros: Room was clean, nothing fancy but fine and exactly what I expected for the money. No problem parking. I'd go there again.
Cons: Not much close by if you're on foot, but luckily I wasn't.
Check out was at 11:00. Went to the attached restaurant at 10:00. Food was good but service was very slow. Took an hour to get out of the restaurant. Got back to my room at 11:02 and found that my key had been deactivated. Had to go downstairs and get the front desk to reactivate my key so I could get my stuff and check out. Basically, breakfast for one and checkout took an hour and a half and put me behind schedule all day.
Pros: The price.
Cons: The wifi is slow.
Pros: This is by far the best handicapped accessible room I have ever been in . Room very easily navigated with wheelchair . Bathroom is
Wonderful ! Raised seat on toilet could be a little higher but works okay as is. Shower is to dream about , bars properly placed ,
You can walk into the shower without lifting your foot more than an inch. Sink allows wheelchair to fit underneath . All other motels should use this as a template .
Staff were pleasant , service excellent , a most enjoyable experience . Oh yes, and the adjoining restaurant had great food , cheerful
Pros: It was very quiet and the room was clean and inviting.
Cons: TV listings are very slow and you have no information about the shows. Having time between appointments is not a time to waste looking for a news channel.
Cons: Price was high for quality
Accent Inns Burnaby puts you within a 15-minute drive of Pacific Coliseum and Metropolis at Metrotown. Guests can visit the fitness center for a workout or grab a bite to eat at Ricky's Country, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A spa tub and a sauna are offered, and rooms have conveniences like refrigerators and microwaves.
Pros: Location to mall and hot breakfast and free parking
Pros: We had a great time. Thanks to Myra at Front desk for being courteous and very helpful.
Pros: The proximity to the mall. Close to the Skytrain station. Breakfast was convenient.
Cons: I didn't like that the fact I was booking in American dollars wasn't glaringly apparent when I went to book. I paid an extra 35% Canadian $ to stay in a Canadian hotel. It wasn't such a bargain then. The government rate was just as good and I would have paid Canadian.
Pros: One thing i liked about this hotel is that it is close to the Metrotown mall and busloop and skytrain. The staff were awesome!
Cons: I just didn't like that sometimes keys are not working on the elevator &/or on the door.
Refreshed Central and Relaxed. We have just completed renovations to all guestrooms conference space and public areas. Our Vancouver area accommodations are directly adjacent to Metropolis at Metrotown the second largest shopping complex in western Canada with over 400 stores. The Metrotown Skytrain transit station is directly across the street and that means easy access to YVR Cruise Ship terminal at Canada Place Rogers Arena & BC Place. Our hotel's location is ideal for corporate guests looking for Greater Vancouver accommodations close to companies like BC Hydro Telus and the many Business Centres in Burnaby. For meetings we have over 5 000 square feet of meeting space with catering and A/V equipment available. Leisure visitors will find our location extremely convenient. The attractions in Vancouver such as the Capilano Suspension Bridge Granville Island Gastown and Stanley Park are a short drive. You will enjoy all the excellent amenities we offer at our hotel. There is free gated underground parking a year-round outdoor heated pool and sun deck as well as a fully renovated and expanded Fitness Centre. Start your day with a free breakfast buffet in the newly renovated breakfast bar and relax during the day in the new Guest Lounge. Every room is equipped with a refrigerator and microwave. For the best hospitality in Vancouver Stay Smart at our Burnaby BC hotel.