The Best of Vancouver's Hotels: From Budget-Friendly to Full-Out Luxury

Getting a good night’s sleep and enjoying a little bit (or a lot) of pampering are just some of the joys when staying at a hotel. Whether it's the little things like having your bed made, or something more extravagant like room service and a massage, it's nice to be treated once in a while. From cozy boutique hotels, to well known five-star brands, Vancouver has something that will fit your budget and needs.

If luxury is what you're after, luxury is what you're going to get when staying at the Fairmont Pacific Rim. Located a stone's throw from Canada Place, this gorgeous property has everything you could possibly need. The rooftop spa is the perfect place to spend an afternoon and is pure bliss. Post-massage, sit in the hot tub and gaze out across the ocean at the North Shore Mountains. You may never want to leave.

For something more budget friendly, the Georgian Court is a happy medium. Enjoy the contemporary design, clean rooms and fabulous service without breaking the bank. Female travelers will appreciate the women's only floor where rooms have straightening irons and your favorite magazines.

Families may prefer to have a suite that's complete with a fully stocked kitchen so that you don't have to eat out all of the time. The Times Square Suites Hotel is an awesome choice because of the amenities and location. Just across the road from the entrance to Stanley Park, children will have an endless amount of space to run around.



This 23-story hotel has sweeping views of the North Shore mountains, downtown and English Bay, the view you would like is up to you. The rooftop pool is a welcome retreat on a hot summer day and the poolside service means that you don't need to...  Read More



The Times Square Suites Hotel is in the charming West End on the corner of Denman and Robson Street. This is a prime location and there are plenty of tasty restaurants, cafes and shops literally at your door step. There's also a grocery and...  Read More



The Georgian Court Hotel is in a highly accessible area of Vancouver and is ideal if you're going to a concert or sporting game. It's directly across from BC Place and a stone's throw from Rogers Arena. The hotel itself has been updated and the...  Read More



The Wedgewood Hotel is a beautiful boutique hotel in downtown Vancouver that combines romance and old world charm to create a warm and inviting space for guests. When you think of a classic hotel that's full of ritzy touches and rich decor, the...  Read More



If there's one building in Vancouver you're going to notice, it's going to be the Shangri La Hotel Vancouver; it's the city's tallest building and can be seen for miles away. Step inside this gorgeous property and embrace the pampering from...  Read More



L'Hermitage Hotel is just off of Robson Street and is conveniently located on top of a grocery store, Homesense, a salon and restaurant. The chic rooms and stellar views may have you never wanting to leave. The central location makes getting...  Read More



The Loden Hotel Vancouver is situated at the edge of Coal Harbour, downtown Vancouver's premiere luxury neighborhood. This beautiful property boasts excellent service, comfortable rooms and a fabulous restaurant. The floor to ceiling windows...  Read More



The Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver is a solid choice whether you're traveling solo or looking for a romantic night in the city. The service is impeccable, the rooms are comfortable and you're within walking distance to much of the city. Traveling...  Read More



Situated in the heart of Vancouver, Rosewood Hotel Georgia is close to everything you will likely need. This property has a full-service spa, a health club, an indoor pool and a fitness facility. On business? Take advantage of the limo/town car...  Read More



The Fairmont brand is no stranger to Vancouver. In fact, they have four properties in the city and each hotel brings its own flavour to the city. Located in Coal Harbour, The Fairmont Pacific Rim is the youngest member of the Vancouver family....  Read More


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