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Shangri-La Hotel, Vancouver

Downtown & West End 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It is blessed with a beautifully realized breadth of facilities, and works well for both business and leisure travelers. — Star Service

The Asian-style hospitality is evident in the doting, singular focus on guests. — Concierge

Soaring windows make the spacious rooms feel even larger, and warm shades of tan and taupe and dark-wood paneling capture a sleek, contemporary aesthetic. — Fodor's

Shangri-La Hotel, Vancouver is the brand’s first hotel in North America. Occupying 15 floors of the tallest building in downtown Vancouver, the hotel oozes sleek sophistication. — Forbes Travel Guide

The Shangri-La offers uber-luxe digs in Downtown Vancouver. — Oyster

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from $325

Rosewood Hotel Georgia

Downtown & West End 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Toronto designer Alessandro Munge has preserved the history of the building and created a soothing nest for business travelers and other visitors. — Concierge

Originally opened in 1927, Vancouver's Hotel Georgia was the celebrity haunt of everyone from Elvis and the Rat Pack to Errol Flynn and Katharine Hepburn. — Afar Magazine

At the luxurious and freshly updated Rosewood Hotel Georgia, guests will find 155 rooms and suites designed to provide a residential feel. — Gayot

The Rosewood Hotel Georgia is a historic property with a downtown Vancouver location. — Oyster

Established in 1927 and reopened in 2011, this is one of Vancouver’s most historic hostelries, courting everyone from Ginger Rogers to the Rolling Stones. — Rough Guide

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from $348

Opus Hotel

Yaletown & Granville Island 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With plate-glass doors and floor-to-ceiling glass walls fronting the street, the uber-chic Opus leaves no doubt about its "see and be seen" attitude — Star Service

Priding itself on a range of contemporary styles from "townhouse" to "sleek minimalist,"€ Opus Hotel Vancouver added a notable new look to its portfolio with the redesign of its guest suites. — Gayot

Locals call it the O. Travel rags call it one of the best boutique hotels in the world. — BlackBook

Recently renovated, colorfully chic boutique sleep in the heart of buzzy Yaletown. — Jetsetter

Outside, the Opus is just another former Yaletown warehouse, but inside it’s a bold palette of decorative colours and materials. — Rough Guide

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Pan Pacific Vancouver

Downtown & West End 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located on the downtown waterfront behind the iconic white sails of the Canada Place complex, the deluxe Pan Pacific Vancouver has a prime location for both business and leisure travelers. — Forbes Travel Guide

This luxe Canada Place hotel starts with a cavernous lobby, complete with its own clutch of totem poles. — Lonely Planet

Built atop the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre for Expo '86, the Pan Pacific features 504 rooms and suites—€”all with high-speed Internet access. — Gayot

This 23-story luxury hotel towers above the “white sails” of Canada Place, across the harbor from Stanley Park. — DK Eyewitness

The 25-year-old domed tower next to Canada Place is "close to all transportation." "Tastefully decorated" rooms are airy, with floor-to-ceiling windows and white-quilted headboards. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $235

Wedgewood Hotel & Spa

Downtown & West End 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This boutique hotel is set among the gardens and waterfalls of Robson Square, and is a favorite with U.S. filmmakers who have turned Vancouver into Hollywood North. — Gayot

This friendly, independent hotel is quite small with just 83 rooms and always has the most beautiful fresh-cut flowers on display. — Time Out

Greek-born owner Eleni Skalbania... is fond of traditional decor: Inlaid parquet floors, Turkish rugs, leather armchairs, antiques, brocades, and gilded fixtures are everywhere. — Concierge

Lone Vancouver member of presitgious Relais & Châteaux association, owner Eleni Skalbania's devotion to excellence is the stuff of local legend. — BlackBook

A romantic, sophisticated hotel with superb service, spacious rooms, fine detailing, a good restaurant, a full-service spa, and a central downtown location. — Frommer's

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from $218

St. Regis Hotel

Downtown & West End 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

They treat you right at this sophisticated, executive-class hotel: international phone calls, Steve Nash gym passes, and full breakfasts are included in the rate. — Rough Guide

Located at the top end of Seymour Street at Dunsmuir, an easy walk to the harbor and Vancouver Convention Centre, this is a beloved downtown landmark with a new, fashionable look — Star Service

Located only a few short blocks away from Vancouver harbor terminals, this property can easily accessed by float plane, boat or automobile. — Gayot

Transformed in recent years, the St Regis is now an art-lined boutique sleepover in a 1913 heritage shell. — Lonely Planet

While its renovations are clearly inspired by New York, this 1916 boutique hotel retains a distinctly Canadian feel. — Fodor's

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from $226

Fairmont Pacific Rim

Downtown & West End 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The multimillion-dollar units embody extravagance, with their lavish views, swank design, tall windows, and plush amenities that include a signature Willow Stream spa. — Fodor's

The Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel towers a lofty 48 floors above the Burrard Inlet waterfront, with panoramic views of the North Shore Mountains, Stanley Park, and Coal Harbour. — Travel + Leisure

Near the convention center, this chic 377-room property is Vancouver's newest Fairmont. — Lonely Planet

The baths draw the most admiration. These are large, glossy with gray marble, and feature TVs embedded in the mirrors, Bose sound systems, Italian bath towels, robes and slippers. — Star Service

Fairmont's newest Vancouver property is a real show-stopper.... Far more luxurious than the nearby Fairmont Waterfront and is as up-to-date, with all the amenities you could possibly want. — Frommer's

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from $321

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

Downtown & West End 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Spacious, old-fashioned rooms with graceful touches in heritage building. — Insight Guides

The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver is known as the “Castle in the City.” — Forbes Travel Guide

The 556 rooms and suites are decorated with old-school elegance: lots of cherry wood, heavy drapes, and floral upholstery. — Concierge

Has been brought up to 21st-century standards but retains its traditional, old-fashioned elegance. — Frommer's

The Fairmont chain evokes an old-time traditional ambience in its stately properties, as does this downtown, elegant site in a great location for shopping. — DK Eyewitness

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from $251

Fairmont Waterfront

Downtown & West End 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With a prime location right on Vancouver's harbor, this 23-story hotel has some of the city's most spectacular views. — Concierge

This 23-story hotel blends in to its nautical surroundings with its curving blue glass facade and arched glass porte cochere, in a setting abuzz with floatplanes, cruise ships and helicopters. — Star Service

"The scenery is brought indoors" through the many windows of this contemporary hotel on the harbor. — Condé Nast Traveler

City or harbour views (or both, if you opt for a corner room) grace the immaculate, spacious and bright rooms, half of which have recently been restyled. — Time Out

This large Fairmont hotel occupies a triangular high-rise tower right across the street from Canada Place, offering front-row views of the cruise-ship terminal and its hulking vessels. — Frommer's

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from $286

Loden Hotel

Downtown & West End 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tableau, the Loden's new restaurant that opened in 2011, is a friendly spot to dine. — Frommer's

Sitting on the edge of the Coal Harbour neighborhood and Vancouver's financial district, the Loden Hotel is a distinctly modern-chic entity amid the area's mountains and waterways. — Travel + Leisure

Vancouver's bustling waterfront is reflected in the facade of this 15-story hotel made of glass, stone, and copper. — Condé Nast Traveler

This bold newcomer spares no expense combining classic Italian materials for a sleek, sexy reinterpretation, with playful touches like herringbone-patterned marble floor. — BlackBook

Complimentary cruiser bikes, rooms with yoga mats and props, inspirational karma cards, and even a turndown service with herbal tea and a take-home Buddha. — Afar Magazine

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from $321

Sylvia Hotel

Downtown & West End 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Apple-red sunsets and maple-lined seawalk shadows the old English-themed bar. Channeling “I Love Lucy,” the rooms are simple, clean and understated. — BlackBook

This Virginia-creeper-covered 1912 heritage building is popular because of its affordable rates and its near-perfect location. — Fodor's

Charming and blowsy, the Sylvia is the Blanche DuBois of hotels. — Concierge

Eight floors high, the Sylvia was once the tallest building in western Canada and is now listed and a city landmark, with Virginia vines growing up the light brick exterior. — Time Out

An ivy-wrapped landmark located in a heritage building, this popular place has an excellent reputation, making reservations essential. — Rough Guide

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from $131

Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver

Downtown & West End 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Situated in the heart of Downtown Vancouver, the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver is the epitome of elegance and sophistication, mirroring the city it calls home. — Gayot

Four Seasons' impeccable service and a great downtown location are the main draws at this 373-room property. — Concierge

This 30-story luxury hotel is famous for pampering guests, and as you'd expect the service is top-notch. — Fodor's

Despite the overhaul, warm ambience is still key here. Its 372 rooms are quietly sophisticated, with complimentary breakfast, down duvets, and thick terry bathrobes. — Time Out

A cosmopolitan escape in the heart of the city, designed with inspiration from Vancouver’s mountains and harbors. — Jetsetter

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from $329

L'Hermitage Hotel

Downtown & West End 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The dramatic lobby with its black-and-white floor and flamboyant suspended scarlet sculpture is the yin to the yang of the quietly elegant rooms above — The Telegraph

A more personal option than the Westin Grand or the Delta Vancouver, with a more luxurious feel than the Moda, L'Hermitage appeals to style-conscious travelers. — Star Service

This luxury boutique hotel is an excellent value for your money. — Travel + Leisure

Staff at this luxury hotel are famed for their warmth, helpfulness, and attention to detail. — Rough Guide

Step inside the ornate lobby and prepare to be wowed by L’Hermitage’s dramatic suspended scarlet sculpture and stylish monochrome mosaic marble floor. — Afar Magazine

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from $179

Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver

Downtown & West End 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It might not be as shiny as the Four Seasons across the street, but the Met is a great upscale value for the neighborhood, especially for adult guests of the touring or business variety. — Oyster

Although this 18-story financial district skyscraper has an austere glass-and-concrete exterior, the lobby is warmly furnished with plush, neutral-toned couches and antique gold-leaf carving. — Travel + Leisure

A member of the “Boutique Preferred Hotel” group, this is primarily a business traveler’s hotel with quiet, intimate rooms. It provides traditional luxury. — DK Eyewitness

This swish boutique property has a contemporary-cool take on style that will appeal to urban sophisticates. — Lonely Planet

Once a Mandarin Oriental hotel, The Metropolitan’s Feng Shui designs now ease sluggish tourists into a Zen-like state. — BlackBook

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from $170

Granville Island Hotel

Yaletown & Granville Island 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Granville Island is one of Vancouver's more entertaining neighborhoods, but unless you've moored up in a houseboat, the only overnight option is the Granville Island Hotel. — Fodor's

Far enough from the main public market area to avoid the crowds but close enough to walk to in minutes, this hotel boasts a spectacular view looking east out over False Creek. — Time Out

Located next to the beautiful marina on Granville Island, one of Vancouver's top tourist hotspots, this boutique hotel has 82 rooms and gorgeous views from several points throughout the property. — Oyster

You’re away from central Downtown in this polished, modern hotel, which has a good bar and restaurant and a spectacular waterfront setting. — Rough Guide

This boutique hotel on Granville Island set along False Creek, features views of the water and downtown Vancouver. — Travel + Leisure

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from $197

Hotel Le Soleil

Downtown & West End 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Topping off its charms is its excellent location within walking distance of Robson Street, Pacific Centre Mall and other downtown attractions. — Star Service

With furniture custom-designed in the 'Biedermeier' style, you might feel like you've walked into the 19th century. — Time Out

Opulence and personal service are standard features at this Vancouver boutique hotel. — Gayot

One of Vancouver's few boutique hotels, the 112-room Hotel Le Soleil is all about cozy romance. — Concierge

At this classy boutique hotel, the intimate fireplace in the neoclassical lobby and the vibrant gold-and-crimson fabrics in the guest rooms—most are small suites—radiate warmth. — Fodor's

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from $196

The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver

Downtown & West End 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The only downtown resort hotel, the Bayshore is also rich with recreational opportunities, including fishing charters, sightseeing cruises, and poolside yoga. — Fodor's

The Westin Bayshore may be a large chain hotel but it has bags of character, a healthy food and lifestyle focus, and offers up a friendly West Coast welcome. — The Telegraph

This is Vancouver's only resort hotel with its own marina, and the mountain and water views from all but a handful of its rooms are stunning. — Frommer's

Creamy marble and accents of teak, gold and glass stand in elegant contrast to stunning vistas of blue and green outside at this luxe landmark with unbeatable Stanley Park and mountain views. — BlackBook

High-quality amenities abound at this landmark Vancouver hotel but it's the location that brings the visitors back year after year. — Lonely Planet

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from $233

Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver

Downtown & West End 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Elegant and refined, the Sutton Place Hotel is one of downtown Vancouver's many tastefully adorned luxury hotels. — Gayot

Don't let the bland, corporate-looking exterior fool you: This hotel has won many awards, and is known to hotel cognoscenti as one of the best in Vancouver in terms of overall comfort and service. — Frommer's

This is an AAA Five Diamond hotel, with fine attention to detail and possibly the most attentive staff in the city. — Time Out

More like an exclusive European guesthouse, this refined hotel has rooms furnished in a Parisian style with soft neutrals and lush fabrics; the service is gracious and attentive. — Fodor's

Continental elegance steps from Robson Street’s trendy boutiques and galleries. — Jetsetter

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from $223

Georgian Court Hotel

Downtown & West End 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The upscale, 180-room Georgian Court Hotel is on the edge of Downtown Vancouver, within walking distance of numerous Vancouver attractions. — Oyster

This under-the-radar, European-style property has never changed its old-school approach to good service and solid, dependable amenities. — Lonely Planet

A calming water feature and plush seating in the lobby set the tone at this stylish, boutique bolthole in the heart of the city’s entertainment district — The Telegraph

Although less modern than many, old world touches bring comfort to the common spaces and opulent function rooms. — BlackBook

This modern, 14-story brick hotel is convenient to BC Place Stadium, Rogers Arena, the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, the Vancouver Playhouse, and the Vancouver Public Library. — Frommer's

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from $197

YWCA Hotel Vancouver

Yaletown & Granville Island 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The budget YWCA Hotel Vancouver offers basic accommodations with attractive, modern decor for rates that are hard to beat — Oyster

Rates are very reasonable considering the area and the fact that part of the proceeds goes towards helping families, women and children in need. — Time Out

This attractive 12-story residence next door to the Georgian Court Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers on limited budgets and attracts a large percentage of international travelers. — Frommer's

A secure, modern high-rise in the heart of the entertainment district, the YWCA has bright, comfortable rooms—a few big enough to sleep five. — Fodor's

Despite its name, Vancouver’s main “Y” is open to all and is excellent, offering the city’s best inexpensive accommodation. — Rough Guide

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from $71
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