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. 



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...  Read More



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...  Read More



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...  Read More



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...  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



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...  Read More



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...  Read More



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...  Read More



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...  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 is recently updated and...  Read More


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