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Budget-Friendly Vancouver Hotels with Comfortable Rooms That Won't Break the Bank



When you're on vacation, you may end up spending very little time in your hotel room, so why break the bank when you can stay at a budget-friendly hotel, and have money left over to spend on seeing the sights? Vancouver is full of high-end and budget-friendly hotels in convenient areas across the city. Just because you're staying at a budget hotel doesn't mean that you have to compromise the location you end up in.

The Georgian Court is right off of Robson Street and is not only easier on the wallet than some high-end properties, but the decor, cleanliness and staff will meet high expectations and provide you a very comfortable night's sleep. It's on the higher price point of our budget hotels, but is worth the splurge. The women's only floor is great for female travelers.

Are boutique hotels your thing? The Victorian Hotel Vancouver offers comfortable rooms that blend modern touches and timeless pieces. This historic property is a five minute walk from Gastown's boutiques, restaurants, cafes so it's easy to get out and explore.

If you can cook your own meals, that can really help down on cutting down costs and the Times Square Suites Hotel in the West End is the perfect home away from home. These apartment-style suites have everything you need to feel right at home, and the close proximity to Stanley Park and buses makes exploring the city a breeze. 


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The location of the Sandman Hotel Vancouver City Centre is not only a large property, it's within walking distance of pretty much every neighborhood of downtown Vancouver. Yaletown, Gastown and Robson Street are all within a stone's throw. If you're coming into Vancouver to catch a hockey game or concert, it's right in the middle of Rogers Arena and BC Place, making it easy to g.et to and from the big show. Hungry? There's a Moxie's restaurant right on-site, and a number of Vancouver's best restaurants are within walking distance or a short cab away. This smoke-free hotel has a swimming fool, gym, whirlpool, meeting room, and they also allow pets.




Situated in the the heart of Vancouver's entertainment district (just off of Granville Street) is the Comfort Inn Downtown Vancouver. If you want to be close to all of the action, this hotel is for you. You don't have to go far to find it either; on-site you'll find a bar, restaurant, and nightclub. The rooms are contemporary in decor with comfortable beds, free Wi-Fi, an iPod docking station, a flatscreen television with cable TV, and a coffee maker. Traveling with your four-legged friend? The Comfort Inn is pet friendly. The Comfort Inn Downtown Vancouver is a stone's throw from major attractions, transportation, grocery stores, restaurants, and cafes.




The Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Vancouver Downtown is located just off of Granville Street in the city's entertainment district. The location is ideal for those who want to get out and see the sights, explore the shops, make the most of the nightlife, and enjoy the city's restaurants. The rooms have received a renovation, making them a comfortable and contemporary space to rest your head after a busy day of exploring. Guest will enjoy free WiFi, Unwind Restaurant, Altum Spa, a 24-hour pool and fitness centre, room service, a business centre and meeting spaces. If you're traveling with kids, they may stay and eat for free.


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Moda Hotel is a lovely boutique hotel that has been renovated with stylish and comfortable decor. The building itself is one of Vancouver's older buildings and this compliments the hotel's European vibe and cozy rooms. You will have the city at your fingertips during your stay and there are two great restaurants attached to the hotel, Uva and Cibo Trattoria. Uva serves up coffee and breakfast in the morning and is a fabulous spot to grab wine and cheese in the evening. Cibo Trattoria is one of Vancouver's most authentic Italian restaurants and is worth splurging on a delicious meal. There is also a grocery store and liquor store on the same block, so you can also save money by getting snacks and drinks there.


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 liquor store across the road and that will come in handy when you want to stay in and cook dinner in your own kitchen. If you're staying in Vancouver for a length of time, the Times Square Suites will make you feel as though you've got your own place in the city. An added bonus is that Stanley Park is incredibly close and a number of buses pick up and drop off right outside your door.




Rich in history, the Victorian Hotel Vancouver was built in 1898. Located between Gastown and Crosstown, it's conveniently located to some of the city's best shopping and restaurants. This charming boutique hotel is beautifully decorated and combines modern amenities like flat screen televisions and custom beds with industrial and antique pieces, crown mouldings, and hardwood floors. The tall ceilings really add to the space. Guests will also enjoy free Wi-Fi, extra large towels, a luxurious Kingsley bathrobe, a custom Serta pillow top bed, a down duvet, a coffee maker, and a complimentary continental breakfast at the Victorian Hotel Vancouver. Some of the rooms share a bathroom with other guests in the hallway, while some deluxe rooms have their own. Regardless, these newly renovated bathrooms are modern and spotless. There isn't an elevator at the hotel, but they're more than happy to help you with your bags up to your room.




The Burrard on Burrard Street is a cute boutique hotel with retro vibes and comfortable rooms. Originally built in the 1950s, The Burrard has undergone a total transformation and face-lift, complete with a new courtyard. The rooms have plush bedding, pillow top mattresses, spa quality bathrooms, 42" LG HDTVs with premium channels, and a Nespresso CitiZ espresso machine in each room. You can further save your money by using the cordless phone that's in your room and make free calls to your friends and family anywhere in North America. The Burrard is a great choice for those that are or aren't on a budget and love a hip and retro environment.


The Blue Horizon Hotel Vancouver calls Robson Street home and is right in the middle of downtown and the West End. The hotel itself has rooms that cater to individual travelers and families who are looking for a room big enough for the entire gang. If you're in Vancouver on business, paying for Wi-Fi can really add to your bill when you have to fork out extra for it on a daily basis. However, the Blue Horizon offers free Wi-Fi to guests in all of their rooms. There's a regular bus route right outside of the hotel on Robson Street, so you can save money by not having to take a taxi to get to where you're going.




Centrally located in downtown Vancouver at Cambie Street and Robson Street is one of the city's most recently opened hotels, Hotel Blu. This boutique hotel combines sustainability, technology, luxury, giving guests a lovely experience. From a Nespresso coffee maker, in-room tablets loaded with popular apps and a bicycle to tour the city, Hotel Blu is worth a visit. Rooms are complete with a flat-screen television, a desk, seating area, hairdryer, microwave, fridge, Nespresso coffee maker and a rain shower in the bathroom. Televisions are equipped with Samsung Smart HDTV so you can surf the internet or explore widgets and each room also has a Samsung Galaxy tablet for you to use.




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 is recently updated and the rooms are very comfortable, clean, and nicely decorated. They have a number of suites with pull out couches that are great for families traveling together. They also have a floor that's dedicated just for women and the rooms are fitted with flat irons, yoga mats and your favorite magazines to read. The Georgian Court is an excellent hotel, even if you're not on a budget.


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