In Vancouver, British Columbia, Robson Street is one of the premier destinations, renowned for its shops and restaurants. Situated in the heart of this vibrant neighborhood is the Blue Horizon Hotel, built on a rise to command fantastic views of its surroundings.
When originally constructed, the 31-story Blue Horizon was the tallest building in Vancouver. While other buildings have eclipsed it in height, the boutique hotel still commands some of the finest views in the city. Rooms come in standard and superior style, including rooms with one king, one queen, or two queen beds. In addition, ideal for families, the hotel’s 29th and 30th floors are the home of private bedroom suites with astounding views, separate living areas, and a trundle bed, perfect for the extra guest.
All rooms come equipped with a host of amenities, including Keurig coffee makers, free high-speed wireless Internet access, and blackout drapes to aid in guests looking to enjoy the luxury of sleeping later. The hotel is also home to Adobe, a restaurant, coffee shop, and cocktail bar. Focusing on comfort food, the restaurant is open all day. The Blue Horizon also includes a business center, pool and fitness room, and meeting and banquet rooms.
Situated on Robson Street, the Blue Horizon has plenty of access to shopping and dining destinations. Bicycling is an exceptionally popular way to see the city and the hotel has a bicycle program for those who want to enjoy the sites of Vancouver at a discounted rate.
Stellar views, incredible location, and comfortable accommodations await at the Blue Horizon.
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Did not have a valet to help with luggage when we got to the hotel. The garage did not have a temporary parking for the hotel guests for check in. I had to bring down 6 suitcases on a trolley by myself down the garage ramp.
Chairs in the balcony would have been nice. I wanted to enjoy the sunset and the amazing views.
Hallways are narrow and hot/stuffy. Staff decently nice but really busy so a little hurried.
|Check in anytime after 3:00 PM, check out anytime before 11:00 AM|
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For the best vantage point throughout all of the hotel, book a Superior King Plus Water View. These corner rooms feature two walls of windows that look out across the stunning Vancouver Harbor. A private balcony provides a glorious space to watch the sunset, while a modern bathroom with a walk-in shower offers lavish comfort. Available for roughly C$ 235 (approximately $174), you’ll be living a life of absolute luxury during your stay.
No need to worry if you have left your laptop at home, the business center is equipped with multiple computer workstations. You can also make use of faxing, printing and scanning amenities.
If eco-friendly and sustainable travel is important to you, Blue Horizon is the perfect hotel. Having implemented a number of programs including energy and water conservation, local sourcing of food, community outreach and waste management, the hotel was awarded a 4 Green Key rating.
Located only a 30m drive from Vancouver International Airport, traveling via taxi is a quick and easy option. A standard trip from the airport to the hotel costs roughly C$ 35 (approximately $26) and is located in Zone 8 of the city’s taxi map. To grab a cab, exit the terminal on Level 2 of the arrivals area and walk to the designated pick up area. If you don’t have much luggage and would like to stretch your legs after the walk, you can catch the SkyTrain from the airport to City Centre Station. From there the hotel is a 12m walk, with the journey costing roughly C$ 9 (approximately $7) and taking 40m.
Fancy yourself as a singer but need the opportunity to prove it? Jump in to karaoke during your holiday and give it your all. For those who are competitively natured, a social game of billiards or darts is sure to make things exciting.
There is a stop for the free public bus that travels to Capilano Suspension Bridge located directly outside the front of the hotel. Also stopping at two other destinations in the downtown district, you will have an easy and cost-effective option to explore the city. One of the 28 stops on the popular hop-on, hop-off bus route is located only one block (800 ft) from the hotel. The itinerary takes in a number of famous attractions including Library Square, Stanley Park, Vancouver Aquarium, Canada Palace and English Bay Beach.
Committed to creating a space that is welcoming to individuals with disabilities or mobility difficulties, the hotel has a number of specialized amenities. Braille is located throughout the building, while raised toilets and lowered bathroom sinks are available. Guestrooms are also wheelchair accessible. (Prices checked 03/06/19).
Blue Horizon Hotel is located at 1225 Robson Street in West End, 0.6 miles from the center of Vancouver. Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art is the closest landmark to Blue Horizon Hotel.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Blue Horizon Hotel.
Yes, Blue Horizon Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Blue Horizon Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Blue Horizon Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Blue Horizon Hotel is 0.6 miles from Vancouver Coal Harbour. Blue Horizon Hotel is 6.7 miles from Vancouver Intl.
Yes, Blue Horizon Hotel has a pool onsite.