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Decor in the...spacious guest rooms tends to be traditional, with dark wood carved headboards contrasting with lighter honey and vanilla shades and bright accents of pewter and cornflower blue. Full review →
Opened by the Queen in 1939 and still grand and glittering through incarnations and generations, the Hotel Vancouver is nothing short of a talisman in the skyline.
The 556 rooms and suites are decorated with old-school elegance: lots of cherry wood, heavy drapes, and floral upholstery.
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.
The copper roof of this 1939 château-style hotel dominates Vancouver's skyline, and the elegantly restored hotel is considered the city's gracious grande dame. Full review →
The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver is known as the “Castle in the City.” Full review →
Has been brought up to 21st-century standards but retains its traditional, old-fashioned elegance. Full review →
Considered Vancouver's venerable grande dame (est. 1887) of lodging, the Fairmount Hotel Vancouver provides state-of-the-art efficiency matched with an atmosphere of Old World charm. Full review →
Spacious, old-fashioned rooms with graceful touches in heritage building. Full review →
A castle in the city complete with a jazzy bar and haute couture boutiques right in the elegant lobby. Full review →
Despite the provenance, the hotel carefully balances comfort with elegance: the lobby is bedecked with crystal chandeliers but the rooms have an understated business-hotel feel. Full review →
This elegant 557-room hotel is housed in a historic building across from the Vancouver Art Gallery, in the heart of Downtown. Full review →
More than almost any hotel, this place conveys a romantic profile to the world, its steep gabled, castlelike roof silhouette adding a touch of fairytale character to the Vancouver skyline. Full review →
Ever since King George VI and Queen Elizabeth opened the hotel in 1939, this has been the preferred choice of the rich and famous. Full review →
Originally a Canadian National Railway hotel (recognisable by its stone exterior and oxidised copper roof), the Hotel Vancouver is a city landmark in the heart of downtown. Full review →Best to avoid the lower floors where some of the rooms have been converted from meeting spaces and can be vast and impersonal.
With the hotel’s old-school opulence and outstanding location—right in the middle of Downtown’s best shopping and dining—you won’t mind much. Full review →
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