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Conveniently located next to the convention center, Canada Place, and Coal Harbour, the ultra-modern Fairmont Pacific Rim is a magnet for luxury-loving gadget fans. Full review →
New skyscraper hotel with stupendous harbor views from many of its guest accommodations. Full review →
White marble lobby with sweeping staircase, dark wood drama and modern lighting sets a refined, contemporary mood.
The Pacific Rim conveys urban high-style comfort in a high-energy atmosphere, minus the corporate feel of most hotels popular with both business and leisure travelers.
This curved glass tower across from the Canada Place cruise ship terminal is the newest and "nicest of the Fairmont properties in Vancouver." Full review →
The multimillion-dollar units embody extravagance, with their lavish views, swank design, tall windows, and plush amenities that include a signature Willow Stream spa. Full review →
Completed just in time for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, The Fairmont Pacific Rim is a modern hotel that is inextricably linked to eco-friendly practices and design. Full review →
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. Full review →
Located on the water in downtown Vancouver (next to the new convention center), this luxury hotel offers 377 guest rooms and suites with views of the North Shore Mountains. Full review →
Arty urban escape with a locavore restaurant, slick digital services and a spa with outdoor meditation pods. Full review →
Near the convention center, this chic 377-room property is Vancouver's newest Fairmont. Full review →
The 377-room Fairmont is an upscale property on the northern edge of Downtown Vancouver, across the street from the Convention Center, and blocks to the harbor and public transport. Full review →
Located by Canada Place and the port, this modern 377-room hotel is the place to stay if money is no object and you’re after a prime location.
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. Full review →
A glittering glass tower on the water’s edge overlooking soaring mountains Full review →
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. Full review →
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