If you've got quite a bit of luggage, you'll probably want to jump in a cab to make your way to this home away from home. If you're traveling light, walk along the Seawall and enjoy a pleasant stroll. 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.
Take a short cab ride or walk from the cruise ship terminal and you'll find yourself at this boutique hotel. Since re-opening in 2008, the St. Regis Hotel has been a favorite spot to rest weary heads. There's something so romantic and intriguing about this century-old building that has gone through a complete facelift, yet still manages to retain its heritage charm. They go above and beyond by including things like a full breakfast, free worldwide long distance dialing and high-speed internet with your stay. So, after a day of shopping across the street, you can head back to your room and call all your friends back home to tell them about all of your new purchases, and save some cash for more shopping.
A slight walk away from the cruise ship terminal at Canada place, this downtown hotel is a suite-only property, meaning that your stay will be spacious and comfortable. The Delta Vancouver Suites Hotel is about a block away from the Canada Line and this will also help you save money when you need to get to and from the Vancouver International Airport. If amenities are important to you, the Delta will be right up your alley. They have a full fitness facility, meeting rooms, and on-site dining. If you want to do some shopping while you're in town, Vancouver's Robson Street and Pacific Centre shopping mall are all just a short walk from the hotel.
Take a pleasant walk or cab ride from the cruise ship terminal and you'll find yourself at The Loden Hotel Vancouver. This beautiful hotel is situated at the edge of Coal Harbour, downtown Vancouver's premiere luxury neighborhood. This property boasts excellent service, comfortable rooms and a fabulous restaurant. The floor to ceiling windows make way for stunning views, while the contemporary aesthetics will make you want to redecorate when you get home. The rooms are equipped with down comforters, plenty of pillows, a deep tub, a flat screen television and stocked bar. You may never want to leave your room! The location of the hotel makes getting around Vancouver very easy. You're likely a pleasant walk or cab ride away from wherever it is you need to go in downtown Vancouver.
The Shangri La Hotel Vancouver is eye catching from a distance, and and even more swoon-worthy when you get up close. It's the city's tallest building and can be seen for miles away, while it's greatness can be fully appreciated from inside one of their glamorous rooms. With things like one to three bedroom suites, televisions in the bathroom mirror, a relaxing spa and a restaurant by Jean-Georges in-house, it's hard to find fault with this luxury accommodation. It's central location is close to many fine restaurants, shopping and attractions. It's slightly further away from the cruise ship terminal at Canada Place, but it's still quite close. If you're packing heavy, a five minute taxi will do the trick.
Situated in the heart of Vancouver, Rosewood Hotel Georgia is up the road from the cruise ship terminal at Canada Place. This property has a full-service spa, a health club, an indoor pool and a fitness facility. You're going to get a good night's sleep because the beds have pillowtop mattresses, Egyptian cotton linens, triple sheeting, and warm down comforters. Bathrooms include a rainfall shower, televisions, and phones. Personalize your ambiance with iPod docking stations, CD players, and climate control. For families, the Rose Buds program offers Erbaviva skincare products, en-suite wireless baby monitors, full-size cribs and linens, in-room baby proofing service, diaper pail, baby bath tub and/or non-slip mat, bed rails, in-room bottle warmers, babysitting services and children's menu for in-room dining.
Just up the street from the cruise ship terminal at Canada Place, 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 with the entire gang? This family friendly hotel appeals to all ages and has plenty for parents and kids to do. The indoor/outdoor pool is right beside the hotel gym so the adults can workout while the kids play. For extra pampering, book a massage in the private spa. On-site guests will enjoy YEW Restaurant + Bar for breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you want to get some shopping done while you're in the city, the Pacific Centre mall is attached to the hotel so you don't have to go far.
This 23-story hotel has sweeping views of the North Shore mountains, downtown and English Bay, and is literally right beside the cruise ship terminal. You definitely don't need to go far to check-in to your room. The rooftop pool is a welcome retreat on a hot summer day and the poolside service means that you don't need to leave until the sun goes down. Relax your muscles in the hot tub while your eyes enjoy the view. The rooms are comfortable with contemporary furnishings and plush bedding. This family-friendly hotel is great for those traveling with children and there's plenty to do within walking distance so they never get bored.
This beautiful hotel is just across the street from the cruise ship terminal at Canada Place, making a luxurious stay close and convenient. Many of the rooms are complete with floor to ceiling windows that overlook the Burrard Inlet. Rooms are done in contemporary décor with flat screen TV's, Wireless Internet Access, a mini bar, a safe box, an iron, an ironing board, telephone, and coffeemaker. The hotel has a heated outdoor swimming pool, fitness zone, and sauna so you can relax and unwind when you get to Vancouver. There is a flower garden with a 2100 square foot Herb Garden on the third floor, and they also make their own honey here.
If you're cruising into Vancouver, this luxury hotel is just a hop, skip, and a jump from the cruise ship terminal. From fine dining and a casual cafe to a rooftop pool and world-class spa, they've got everything you need under one roof. Located in Coal Harbour, The Fairmont Pacific Rim's modern decor is crisp and clean with plenty of elegant touches throughout. The rooms are equipped with stunning bathrooms and high-tech gadgets, and the beds themselves are pretty dreamy. The rooftop pool and hot tub are perfect for unwinding, but if you want to get out and explore the city, there's plenty to do right outside the hotel doors. Take to the Seawall; it's right there. For guests traveling with kids, child-sized bathrobes and a complimentary amenity kit for babies and tots is available.