Enjoy a Swoon-Worthy and Decadent Stay at Vancouver's Best Luxury Hotels

 Gorgeous design, the most comfortable bedding, spa-worthy products and stunning service as just some of the things that make a luxury hotel a real treat. Pair these with amazing views and a city that has it all and you're set. 

Opulence at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia, it's everywhere. Dating back to the 1920s, it was one of the first hotels to bring jaw-dropping luxury to Vancouver. The likes of Sinatra, Bing Crosby and Elvis have all stepped foot into this beautiful property. In 2011, the hotel went through a complete renovation and the result is nothing short of amazing.

Across the street from the Hotel Georgia is the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver. Here, you can expect world class luxury and service that will impress. The plush robes, comfortable beds and delicious cuisine will make you want to call this hotel home.

Should you enjoy being closer to the Seawall, the Fairmont Pacific Rim is a stone's throw away from Vancouver's much loved urban path. The soaring lobby greets you with clean lines, modern touches and soothing sounds coming from the musicians that play six evenings a week in the Lobby Lounge.

Boutique hotels offer grand service on a much smaller scale, making each guest feel as though they are the only person there and the Wedgewood Hotel and Spa is a perfect example. During your stay, make sure to enjoy a drink while listening to the soothing songs being played on the piano in the piano lounge.



The Opus is Yaletown's only hotel and one of the few boutique hotels in Vancouver. Some people prefer larger hotels where you can come and go without anyone knowing your name, but when you stay at the Opus, their personalized service will make...  Read More



The Sutton Place is an iconic Vancouver hotel and if you don't mind splurging a bit while you're in Vancouver, it's a fantastic hotel to call home while you're here. The Sutton Place has decadent bedding, wonderful service and it's in a prime...  Read More



This luxury Vancouver accommodation offers stunning views of the North Shore mountains and cityscape. There are 489 rooms at the Fairmont Waterfront, many with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the harbour. The contemporary rooms offer a flat...  Read More



The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver is an iconic Vancouver landmark and one of the city's best hotels. Look for the legendary green roof (it's supposed to look like oxidized copper) and (stunning architecture and you've got the right building. 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



The Loden Hotel Vancouver calls Vancouver's Coal Harbour home. This beautiful property boasts excellent service, comfortable rooms and a fabulous restaurant. The floor to ceiling windows make way for stunning views, while the contemporary design...  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



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....  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 their Vancouver family....  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


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