Hotels in Vancouver

Hotels in Vancouver offer incredible glimpses upon a city whose nicknames include Vansterdam and Lotusland. Once also known as Gastown, Vancouver has grown from a small saloon into a major Canadian city. One of the biggest draws here is the city’s natural surroundings, which offer both winter and summer entertainment by way of activities like skiing and kayaking. We’ve searched hotels in Vancouver and can say that we are pleased with the findings, not only the accommodations but also with the local scene. Music, theater and arts, coupled with breathtaking mountain, water and city imagery make this a city worth visiting for more than a day. Before we get to these hotels in Vancouver let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

Archaeological evidence suggests that people may have inhabited the area around Vancouver for over 8,000 years. Early explorers may have included Sir Francis Drake, the English privateer, explorer and pirate, who in 1579 is said to have visited the area.  Simon Fraser, a Scottish explorer and fur trader, set foot on the land circa 1808.  As with several large cities along the Pacific coast, Vancouver’s prosperity can be attributed  much to the gold rush of 1858. Another important early commodity was timber, which Captain Edward Stamp attempted to capitalize upon with his building of Stamp’s Mill in 1867. On the edge of what would become Hastings Mill was a makeshift tavern that was established by “Gassy” Jack Deighton, for which the original settlement would come to be called.

One of the most livable cities in the world, Vancouver sits seaside on the Pacific coast and is the most heavily populated city in British Columbia. With a population of over 600,000 people, Vancouver today is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in Canada. The city’s climate ranges from an average winter low at just above freezing while average summer highs hover in the low 70s degrees Fahrenheit. Major points of interest include Downtown Vancouver, Lions Gate Bridge, Stanley Park, Robson Square, Chinatown, Port of Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Granville Island, Bard on the Beach, Vancouver International Film Centre, Science World, Granville Entertainment District, Rogers Arena, Pacific Coliseum, BC Place Stadium, Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Commodore Ballroom, Orpheum Theatre, Vogue Theatre and Gastown. Known also as Hollywood North, the city is a popular filming location, with several movies and television series having been shot in the area. The most popular food items come from the sea, and include salmon, halibut, sablefish, prawns, crab and more. The city also has a cocktail named after it, consisting of gin, sweet vermouth, Benedictine, orange bitters and lemon peels. Now that we have some background information, it’s time for hotels in Vancouver that will help make for a memorable trip.




Fairmont Pacific Rim

1038 Canada Place Way

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Fairmont Pacific Rim features a rooftop pool with fire pits and a hot tub, a full-service spa, a 4,000 square foot gym, an on-site lounge, flat-screen TVs, pay-per-view, iPod docking stations, iPads, in-room safes, coffee makers, bathrobes, 24-hour in-room dining service and multiple on-site dining options. Nearby you may find Driveus (limousine service), Bella Gelateria (ice cream shop), Botanist (Pacific Northwest restaurant), Willow Stream Spa, Key West Travel & Tours (sightseeing tour agency), Chickpea (takeout restaurant), Flyover Canada Ticket Centre, Tourism Vancouver Visitor Centre, Waterfront Centre Food Court, Healthout (gym), Five Sails Restaurant (fine dining restaurant), Canada Place Welcome Centre, The Drop Coffeehouse, Uno Gelato (dessert shop), Anatolia Express (Turkish restaurant), Digital Orca (sculpture), Harbour Air Seaplanes (transportation service), Orangetheory Fitness (gym), Cactus Club Cafe Coal Harbour (restaurant), Burrard Landing (shopping mall), Olympic Cauldron (tourist attraction), Nightingale (restaurant), Meat & Bread (sandwich shop) and more.

This location is within feet of Olympic Cauldron, 0.1 miles from Vancouver Tourist Info Centre, 0.3 miles from Waterfront Centre Mall Vancouver, Waterfront Skytrain Station, Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, Christ Church Cathedral and Vancouver Lookout at Harbour Centre, 0.4 miles from Granville Skytrain Station, Simon Fraser University, Downtown Campus and Vancouver Art Gallery, 2.2 miles from Lonsdale Quay, 3.4 miles from Pacific Coliseum, 5.1 miles from Spanish Banks, 6 miles from University of British Columbia, 6.9 miles from Sea Island Centre Skytrain Station and 7 miles from Vancouver International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (harbor and mountain view suite): $1,510

Cost per person (four people): $377




L’Hermitage Hotel

788 Richards Street

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Centre Vancouver Performing Arts

L’Hermitage Hotel offers a heated outdoor salt water lap pool, a hot tub, flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, free WiFi, luxury bathrobes, Italian marble bathrooms, fireplaces, sofa beds, a garden patio, a business center, a library, a 24-hour gym and concierge service. This hotel is close to Medina (brunch restaurant), Sweat Co Workout Studios (gym), Flower d’amour (florist), The Centre For Performing Arts (performing arts theater), Westside Church, CurliQue Beauty Boutique (beauty salon), Blanche Macdonald Centre (school), Falafel King Mediterranean Food, Viet Sub Vietnamese Cuisine, Jinya Ramen Bar (restaurant) and more.

From here The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts and Library Square are 0.1 miles, Pacific Center Mall Vancouver, Yaletown, Orpheum Theatre, Granville Skytrain Station, Nordstrom Pacific Centre, Vancouver Playhouse and Queen Elizabeth Theatre are 0.2 miles, Vancouver Art Gallery is 0.3 miles, Lonsdale Quay is 2.7 miles, Pacific Coliseum is 3.4 miles, Jericho Beach is 3.9 miles, Bridgeport Skytrain Station and University of British Columbia are 5.9 miles, YVR Airport Station is 6.6 miles and Vancouver International Airport is 6.5 miles.

Approximate cost per night (signature one-bedroom): $318




Wedgewood Hotel & Spa

845 Hornby Street

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Orpheum Theatre Vancouver

With a full-service spa, a sauna, a fitness center, private balconies, flat-screen TVs, seating areas, desks, mini-bars, bathrobes and slippers, Wedgewood Hotel & Spa sits near Bacchus Restaurant (French restaurant), MAC Pro (cosmetics store), Shizenya (Japanese restaurant), Le Crocodile (French restaurant), Guu Original Thurlow (Izakaya restaurant), Studeo Gyms, Redfish Kids Clothing, Vancity Original, Victoria’s Health & Organic Bar, Hubbub (sandwich shop) and more.

Vancouver Art Gallery, Orpheum Theatre Vancouver and Nordstrom Pacific Centre are 0.1 miles, Christ Church Cathedral, Pacific Center Mall Vancouver and Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art are 0.2 miles, Robson Street Vancouver is 0.3 miles, Lonsdale Quay is 2.7 miles, Spanish Banks is 4.9 miles, Sea Island Centre Skytrain Station is 6.4 miles and Vancouver Airport is 6.5 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse): $1,145



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Loden Vancouver

1177 Melville Street

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Robson Street Vancouver

Loden Vancouver has a spa, a gourmet restaurant, 24-hour room service, a fitness center, a business center, concierge service, free car and bicycle service, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, floor-to-ceiling windows, designer bath amenities, yoga mats and sitting areas. Tableau Bar Bistro, Green Leaf Salad Bar, Blink Brow Bar (hair removal service), Sakura Salon, Melville Cafe, Mangez Mangez Restaurant, Symphonie Restaurant, painPRO Therapeutics (massage therapist), THE Salon Beauty Bar, Koffie (cafe), Bovine Rice Bowls, Meat & Bread (sandwich shop), Purin Spa (wellness center) and more are all within range.

Robson Street Vancouver and Christ Church Cathedral Vancouver are 0.2 miles, Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, Vancouver Art Gallery and Olympic Cauldron are 0.3 miles, Barclay Heritage Square, Vancouver Tourist Info Centre, Nordstrom Pacific Centre, Coal Harbour and Pacific Center Mall Vancouver are 0.4 miles, Lonsdale Quay is 2.5 miles, Pacific Coliseum is 3.6 miles, Jericho Beach is 3.7 miles and Vancouver Airport is 6.8 miles from here.

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Trump International Hotel & Tower

1161 West Georgia Street

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Christ Church Cathedral Vancouver

Featuring an indoor pool, a spa, a wellness center, free WiFi, flat-screen Samsung TVs, floor-to-ceiling windows capable of opening slightly, European Oak hardwood floors, heated Italian marble bathroom floors, coffee machines, bathrobes and slippers, Trump International Hotel & Tower is in the vicinity of YUI Japanese Bistro, Stefano Ricci (clothing store), 49th Parallel (cafe), The Keg Steakhouse + Bar, Vancouver Art Gallery, Market by Jean-Georges (restaurant), Thierry (dessert shop), Joe Fortes Seafood & Chophouse, Cactus Club Cafe, CinCin Ristorante, Breka Bakery & Cafe, D’oro Gelato & Caffe and more.

From here you’ll find Robson Street Vancouver 0.1 miles, Christ Church Cathedral Vancouver 0.2 miles, Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, Vancouver Art Gallery, Barclay Heritage Square and Nordstrom Pacific Centre 0.3 miles, Olympic Cauldron, Roedde House Museum, Pacific Center Mall Vancouver and Vancouver Tourist Info Centre 0.4 miles, Jericho Beach 3.6 miles, Pacific Coliseum 3.7 miles, Spanish Banks 4.8 miles, University of British Columbia 5.6 miles and Vancouver Airport 6.7 miles.

Approximate cost per night (two bedroom suite): $1,032

Cost per person (six people): $172



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Georgian Court Hotel

773 Beatty Street

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Queen Elizabeth Theatre Vancouver

Offering an on-site restaurant, a fitness center, a hot tub, an infrared sauna, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, coffee makers and bath products, Georgian Court Hotel is close to Frankie’s Jazz Club, Vancouver Ticket and Tour Service, Titanium Studios (beauty salon), Fanny Bay Oysters (oyster bar restaurant), Smile Thai Wellness Spa, Russet Shack (takeout restaurant), Marutama Ramen, Footo Croissant (bakery), Lupo Restaurant and Vinoteca, The Ride (physical fitness program), On Yogurt (frozen yogurt shop), Rocanini Coffee Roasters, The Bar Method (physical fitness program), BC Place, JJ Bean Coffee Roasters, Little Bee Bubble Tea (restaurant), Pacific Coffee Roasters (cafe), Straight Outta Brooklyn (pizza restaurant), Alpha D Hair Salon, Mediterranean Greens Salad Bar, Function Health Club, Patisserie Fur Elise, Homer St. Cafe and Bar and more.

Queen Elizabeth Theatre Vancouver is 0.1 miles, The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts, Yaletown, Library Square, BC Place, Vancouver Playhouse and Rogers Arena are 0.2 miles, Granville Skytrain Station, Pacific Center Mall Vancouver and Orpheum Theatre are 0.4 miles, Lonsdale Quay is 2.7 miles, Pacific Coliseum is 3.2 miles, Sea Island Centre Skytrain Station is 6.2 miles and Vancouver Airport is 6.4 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (king suite / sofa): $488

Cost per person (four people): $123




Times Square Suites

1821 Robson Street

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Prospect Point Lighthouse Vancouver

With spacious, fully-furnished suites, fully-equipped kitchens, gas fireplaces, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, separate living rooms, washing machines, tumble dryers, balconies, free gym access, free local telephone calls and a rooftop patio, Times Square Suites is found close to Tavola (Italian restaurant), Nook (Italian restaurant), Van Mist Vapor Co. (vaporizer store), Tetsu Sushi Bar, Weather Tea (bubble tea store), Kintaro Ramen (ramen restaurant), Donair Town Robson (Middle Eastern restaurant), Saku (Japanese restaurant), Pho Express Ankor Noodle House, Noodle Arts (Chinese restaurant), Comebuy Bubble Tea, Nero waffles (brunch restaurant), Aria Market (grocery store), COBS Bread Bakery, Momo Sushi Bidwell, Windsor Market (flower market), Enchante Hair By Design (hair salon), Jo-E Cycles Bike Rentals, Motomachi Shokudo (ramen restaurant), Skydive Vancouver (skydiving center) and more.

This condo hotel is 0.1 miles from West End Ice Rink, 0.3 miles from Roedde House Museum, 0.4 miles from Barclay Heritage Square, Prospect Point Lighthouse and English Bay, 0.5 miles from Coal Harbour, 0.6 miles from Inukshuk and Robson Street, 0.7 miles from English Bay Beach, 0.8 miles from Stanley Park, 2.8 miles from Lonsdale Quay, 3.3 miles from Jericho Beach, 3.7 miles from Capilano Suspension Bridge, 7.4 miles from Aberdeen Skytrain Station and 6.9 miles from Vancouver International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom suite): $269

Cost per person (three people): $90



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La Grande Residence

845 Burrard Street

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Nordstrom Pacific Centre

La Grande Residence has spa facilities, an indoor swimming pool, fully-equipped kitchens, lounges, flat-screen TVs, modern furnishings, private balconies, city views, an outdoor patio, a hot tub, a sauna, a gym and a business center. Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar, Lush (health and beauty shop), Snowgle Gifts, NYX Cosmetics, Saje Natural Wellness (aromatherapy supply store), JK Hair Salon, Couturist (clothing store), Benefit Cosmetics Brow Bar (beauty salon), Minisco (store), Starbucks, Kiehl’s (cosmetics store), Studeo Gyms, JOEY Restaurants, Le Crocodile (French restaurant) and more are in the area.

You’ll find Vancouver Art Gallery 0.1 miles, Christ Church Cathedral, Nordstrom Pacific Centre, Orpheum Theare, Robson Street and Providence Health Care 0.2 miles, Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art and Pacific Center Mall Vancouver 0.3 miles, Granville Skytrain Station 0.4 miles, Bridgeport Skytrain Station 6 miles, YVR Airport Station 6.6 miles and Vancouver Airport 6.5 miles from this condo hotel.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe two bedroom): $672

Cost per person (four people): $168




Rosellen Suites

2030 Barclay Street

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English Bay Vancouver

Offering a penthouse suite, Rosellen Suites has fully-equipped kitchens, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, spacious suites, water, coffee, tea and laundry facilities. This condo hotel is also pet friendly. Nearby you’ll find Stanley Park Tennis Courts, Stanley Park Nature House, Prospect Point (restaurant), Lions Gate Bridge, Zeus Beach, Propect Point Picnic Area, Siwash Rock (landmark), Lake Trail (hiking trail), Third Beach, Viewpoint Burrard Inlet, The Teahouse in Stanley Park (seafood restaurant), Girl in a Wetsuit (sculpture), Lumberman’s Arch (sculpture), Stanley Park Railway (children’s amusement center), Vancouver Aquarium, Brockton Point Lighthouse, Vancouver Seawall, Theatre Under The Stars, Stanley Park Pavilion, Kintaro Ramen (restaurant), Kingyo (Izakaya restaurant), Peaked Pies (pie shop), English Bay Beach, Cactus Club Cafe, JJ Bean Coffee Roasters, Red Umbrella Cafe, the blind sparrow (gastropub), Shamrock Alley (Irish pub), Greenhorn (brunch restaurant), Cardero Bottega (cafe), Roedde House Museum (local history museum), Marutama Ramen (restaurant), Cardero’s (seafood restaurant), Tavola (Italian restaurant), Yes Cycle (bike rentals and tours) and more.

From here West End Ice Rink and English Bay are 0.3 miles, Prospect Point Lighthouse is 0.4 miles, Roedde House Museum is 0.5 miles, Inukshuk, Barclay Heritage Square and Stanley Park are 0.6 miles, Coal Harbour and English Bay Beach are 0.7 miles, Vancouver Aquarium is 0.8 miles Spanish Banks are 4.1 miles, Aberdeen Skytrain Station is 7.5 miles and Vancouver Airport is 6.9 miles.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $1,770

Cost per person (four people): $443





We hope you have found value in this post and agree that Vancouver is a beautiful city. May your time in Canada be fantastic!

30 Replies to “Hotels in Vancouver”

  1. Such a great idea.  I used to travel and be okay with staying at lower end place but there is nothing like staying in a nice Air Bnb.  There is just a certain level of satisfaction of traveling somewhere and being comfortable in a really nice place.  I wonder if you know of any penthouse rentals that could be on a lower end.  I like your idea of $170 per person for 6 people to rent out.  That makes a lot of sense.

  2. Great post! You narrowed my list of choices when it comes to choosing the best hotels when I visit Canada someday. Reading your post left in awe because of the nice hotels you showed (along with images), it’s very enticing to stay there even for a night. 

    The fact you wrote the prices makes your post more valuable. In that way, I could decide with my husband the options to choose which of these hotels we like to enjoy and stay when we get there. Thank you so much for the post and your valuable opinions of each. Kudos. 🙂

  3. Staying in a comfort of a hotel or penthouse is a must during travels. All, if not most of your needs will be accommodated and it’s one thing that should he experienced during vacation or any purpose of travel. your hotel selection is great because you included the amenities, price and even places nearby that can be visited according to tourist’s preference. 

    Nelson Street Penthouse seems to be one of the good choices because of the great overlooking view from the room, french and japanese restaurant nearby, coastal beach you can go to and the price is just suitable for what you can get.  I think its perfect for a little family or group. Thanks for the recommendation. It sure is helpful for people planning ahead for their travels.

  4. Hi! From November 27th to December 1st of this year, “Disney On Ice: Mickey’s Search Party” will be taking place in the Pacific Coliseum. The whole family is excited and wants to go. So I’ve started to search for a nice lodging for us all. We’re a group of 8 persons (2 kids and 6 grown-ups). Which one of these hotels would you recommend? Thanks.

  5. Some of the hotels in the can be mistaken with palace or royal residences like for example, the Le Grande Residence. But what puzzles me is that, even though this particular hotel look more elegant than the rest, it is not at the top of the list when it comes to comparing the cost per night and cost per person. Maybe others with higher price tag provides impeccable service delivery that’s worth the price.

    1. Hi Gomer, listings generally go from highest rated to lowest rated. The higher the price, in theory the more services offered.

  6. I am currently in the process of planning a trip to Vancouver Canada and your site has been very helpful. We plan to see the suspension bridge over the Capilano river and the Vancouver Aquarium but besides those attractions, our trip is fairly open. 

    I see that Rosellen Suites is very near the Aquarium. The penthouse looks amazing! I especially enjoy nature and it looks like this hotel is very near Stanley Park. This might be the perfect place for us to set up camp for our trip. 

    Do you know if these rooms need to be booked very far in advance to chance upon them available? Our trip is coming up fairly soon, in the next month actually. Thanks so much for the helpful details and links!

    1. Hi Shannon, that’s great to hear! Generally you should give yourself at least 30 days to book to make sure they are available

  7. Vancouver is my dream place to see. I love travelling but never been to Canada, and if I decide to visit this country, my first city will be definitely Vancouver. 

    You really choose the best Hotels in Vancouver. My preferred one is the Nelson Street Penthouse. It looks fantastic, especially the view from the window and all the facilities available around the hotel area. It’s not cheap, but I never travel alone, so it’s great to know you can accommodate there up to 8 people. 

    I prefer staying in clean and comfortable places instead of low-cost hotels. Afterall I can’t travel more then twice a year because of a job, so if to go for a holiday then surely staying in luxurious places is a must 🙂

    Thanks for your in-depth research!

  8. Last year I was in Vancouver, it  was my first time in Vancouver. The staff at the Georgian Court Hotel were all incredibly pleasant, helpful, and overall professional. The room and linens were very clean. There was always coffee, cream, and tea available. If running low it was promptly replenished. Overall great experience.

    Awesome post!


  9. Thanks a lot for sharing this post about Best hotels Vancouver Canada.

    Your details explanation above really gives me a clear picture of what type of hotel should I rent if I travel to Vancouver.

    Definitely, I will choose Georgian Court Hotel since it is heart of vancouver and also affordable.

    I bookmarked this page for future reference. Thanks a lot for taking your time and put all these together.


  10. Hey, I found your guide is very helpful for me to find the Best Hotels Vancouver Canada. Vancouver sits seaside on the Pacific coast and is the most populated city in British Columbia. I found Vancouver is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in Canada. If we get a chance to visit Vancouver, We will stay in Trump International Hotel & Tower. Thank you for your awesome guide.

  11. We all know that there are a huge number of hotels where you can stay when you travel, and it is often hard to make a choice about where you should stay. Staying at Best Western hotels works for most trips, whether it be for business or for holidays. Thanks for pointing out these best places.

  12. Hi,

    Your article provides a lot of detail. I find it much more informative than a brochure. Your description of each place, together with the distances from several land marks in the area, makes it really easy to choose the best location suited for the specific customer.

    Awesome images! The inclusion of the prices are also essential to ensure that clients can plan according to their budget.

  13. Hello there, I always like reading from your site because you have a way of keeping me glued to whatever post you’re sharing, your post are very detailed, descriptive and very informational, I like the fact that this post gives variety to choose from and the pricing will help anyone draw a budget for their trip. Thanks for this.

  14. Pretty nice article on hotels in Vancouver… you did a very splendid job taking your time to research and putting this together…You really choose the best Hotels in Vancouver. My preferred one is the Nelson Street Penthouse. It looks fantastic, especially the view from the window and all the facilities available around the hotel area. It’s not cheap, but I never travel alone, so it’s great to know you can two persons…
    Thanks once again for your efforts in putting up this article…

    1. evans hotels in Vancouver are a great idea if you never travel alone, especially if you like the outdoors and the city as well. Thanks for the comments!

  15. Wow! This is a nice place to spend your vacation with your family.

    I love places with historical stories! It will make the trip more memorable.

    The list of hotels you have there are all beautiful and difficult to choose from. But for sure the prices will do the picking for you😁! Looking forward to a great holiday with my family.

    Thanks for sharing.

    1. Hi Lizzy and thanks for stopping by! Hotels in Vancouver make for a great family trip for sure and may your trip be an excellent one.

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