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Blue Horizon Hotel, hotel in Vancouver

Blue Horizon Hotel

Vancouver (British Columbia)

Featuring an indoor pool, a hot tub and a steam room, this contemporary Vancouver hotel is located directly on Robson Street near shopping and restaurants.

8.7
Excellent
8,647 reviews
Price from$139.87per night
Grand Park Hotel & Suites Downtown Vancouver, hotel in Vancouver

Grand Park Hotel & Suites Downtown Vancouver

Vancouver (British Columbia)

Located near Yaletown and less than 1.2 mi from Rogers and BC Place, Grand Park Downtown Vancouver offers a common kitchen, free Wi-Fi and White Spot (fee) and Gated Parking (fee) onsite.

7.4
Good
5,430 reviews
Price from$125.22per night
EXchange Hotel Vancouver, hotel in Vancouver

EXchange Hotel Vancouver

Hotel in Downtown Vancouver, Vancouver

Located within 656 feet of Waterfront Center Mall Vancouver and Vancouver Lookout at Harbor Center, EXchange Hotel Vancouver features rooms with air conditioning. Free WiFi is available.

8.9
Excellent
3,713 reviews
Price from$184.13per night
Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront, hotel in Vancouver

Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront

Vancouver (British Columbia)

Featuring an indoor pool and fitness center, this Vancouver hotel overlooks Coal Harbor. Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Center is less than 5 minutes’ walk away.

7.9
Good
3,120 reviews
Price from$193.15per night
The Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver, hotel in Vancouver

The Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver

Vancouver (British Columbia)

Featuring the on-site Vida Spa, this downtown 5-star Vancouver hotel offers a gourmet restaurant and elegant rooms. The Vancouver Convention Center is a 15-minute walk away.

8.4
Very Good
2,862 reviews
Price from$155.41per night
Rosedale on Robson Suite Hotel, hotel in Vancouver

Rosedale on Robson Suite Hotel

Vancouver (British Columbia)

Featuring an indoor pool and a hot tub, Rosedale on Robson Suite Hotel is located within 5-minute walk from BC Place Stadium. A fully-equipped kitchenette is featured in every suite.

8.4
Very Good
3,288 reviews
Price from$139.91per night
Hotel BLU, hotel in Vancouver

Hotel BLU

Vancouver (British Columbia)

An indoor swimming pool, hot tub and a fitness center are featured at this Vancouver city center hotel. A tablet computer and free WiFi are offered in each guest room. Canada Place is 0.9 mi away.

8.9
Excellent
2,798 reviews
Price from$210.35per night
Carmana Hotel & Suites, hotel in Vancouver

Carmana Hotel & Suites

Vancouver (British Columbia)

This Vancouver hotel is less than 5 minutes’ walk from Robson Street. All suites offer full kitchens and free WiFi. Stanley Park is only 4 minutes' drive away.

8.8
Excellent
1,655 reviews
Price from$147.27per night
Hotel Le Soleil by Executive Hotels, hotel in Vancouver

Hotel Le Soleil by Executive Hotels

Vancouver (British Columbia)

This Vancouver hotel offers an on-site restaurant and bar. Keurig coffee machine and refrigerator are included in each room. Vancouver Convention Center is 5 minutes’ walk away.

8.5
Very Good
3,184 reviews
Price from$176.50per night
Pan Pacific Vancouver, hotel in Vancouver

Pan Pacific Vancouver

Vancouver (British Columbia)

Located on Vancouver’s waterfront next to the Canada Place cruise ship terminal. this luxury hotel offers a wellness spa, restaurant, and lounge located on site.

8.4
Very Good
2,772 reviews
Price from$219.13per night
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Vancouver's best hotels with breakfast

  • Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre
    Breakfast options

    This Vancouver city center hotel is a short walk from business and entertainment neighborhoods, Robson Street shops and Yaletown restaurants.

    All the staffs are kind and the hotel is clean and nice.

    8.4
    Very Good · 1,491 reviews
  • Century Plaza Hotel
    Breakfast options

    This all-suite hotel is located in downtown Vancouver. Each suite includes a kitchen or kitchenette. CPrime - Modern Italian Steak & Wine Restaurant is located onsite.

    Staff were friendly and very attentive. Great location.

    8.1
    Very Good · 1,226 reviews
  • Pan Pacific Vancouver
    Breakfast options

    Located on Vancouver’s waterfront next to the Canada Place cruise ship terminal. this luxury hotel offers a wellness spa, restaurant, and lounge located on site.

    Great location and our view of the harbor was great

    8.4
    Very Good · 2,774 reviews
  • The St. Regis Hotel
    Breakfast options

    Featuring two on-site restaurants and a bar, this locally-owned boutique hotel offers a complimentary breakfast with items such as omelets, bacon and sausage. Free WiFi is provided in all guest rooms.

    Fantastic hospitality, wonderful staff, great location.

    8.7
    Excellent · 1,079 reviews
  • The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver
    Breakfast options

    The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver is in perfect balance with its breathtaking urban and natural surroundings.

    Loved the pool area. The lounge easy access to city

    8.5
    Very Good · 1,045 reviews
  • Hotel Le Soleil by Executive Hotels
    Breakfast options

    This Vancouver hotel offers an on-site restaurant and bar. Keurig coffee machine and refrigerator are included in each room. Vancouver Convention Center is 5 minutes’ walk away.

    Good selection on menu. Good service. Tasty meals.

    8.5
    Very Good · 3,184 reviews
  • Hotel Belmont Vancouver MGallery
    Breakfast options

    Featuring free bikes, a restaurant as well as a bar, Hotel Belmont Vancouver MGallery is located in the center of Vancouver, a 16-minute walk from Sunset Beach.

    Easy check in and check out. Great space and clean.

    8.1
    Very Good · 1,352 reviews
  • Hampton Inn & Suites, by Hilton - Vancouver Downtown
    Breakfast options

    Featuring a hot tub, his Vancouver hotel is located on Robson Street across from the BC Place Stadium. An on-site restaurant is available. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property.

    It was in a good location and everything was nice.

    8.2
    Very Good · 1,418 reviews

Budget hotels in Vancouver

  • Hotel at the Waldorf
    Cheap hotel

    Just 5 minutes’ drive from BC Place, Hotel at the Waldorf is located in Vancouver. A restaurant and a nightclub are featured on site. Free WiFi and a flat-screen cable TV are offered in all rooms.

    The hotel is great but the locaation is a bit rough.

    6.6
    Pleasant · 604 reviews
  • Tropicana Suite Hotel
    Cheap hotel

    Featuring North Shore mountain views, this all-suite hotel is located in Vancouver city center. Free WiFi is offered in all rooms. Vancouver City Center Canada Line Station is 0.6 mi away.

    Great location. Reasonable price for the location.

    6.9
    Pleasant · 476 reviews
  • Level Downtown - Howe
    Cheap hotel

    Located in Vancouver, a 7-minute walk from Sunset Beach, Level Downtown - Howe provides accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool, private parking, a fitness center and a shared lounge.

    Great location. Super clean and well equipped facilities.

    9.2
    Wonderful · 61 reviews
  • Embarc Vancouver
    Cheap hotel

    Located in Vancouver city center in the Sheraton Wall Center, Embarc Vancouver features on-site restaurants and bar. Free WiFi is available.

    Good location, fantastic room. Staff was very nice.

    9.0
    Wonderful · 96 reviews

Hotels located in the center of Vancouver

  • West Coast Suites at UBC
    Central location

    Featuring full kitchens in each suite, this hotel is located on the University of British Columbia campus, 20 minutes’ drive from Central Vancouver. It features a guest launderette.

    Sofa was good but maybe a love seat instead of chair

    8.8
    Excellent · 163 reviews
  • Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver
    Central location

    Located in Vancouver city center, this luxury hotel features a glass-domed indoor pool and on-site dining. Cable TV features in all rooms. BC Place Stadium is 0.6 mi away.

    The staff were very welcoming and the room was clean

    8.7
    Excellent · 254 reviews
  • Shangri-La Vancouver
    Central location

    Featuring a full service spa, Shangri-La Hotel Vancouver offers easy access to luxury shopping, art installations and trendy restaurants and bars. Guests can enjoy views of Vancouver city center.

    The TV mirror and the bathtub separate from the shower

    8.7
    Excellent · 143 reviews
  • Blue Horizon Hotel
    Central location

    Featuring an indoor pool, a hot tub and a steam room, this contemporary Vancouver hotel is located directly on Robson Street near shopping and restaurants.

    Excellent location. Great value. Staff were terrific.

    8.7
    Excellent · 8,647 reviews
  • Gage Suites at UBC
    Central location

    These suites are located on the campus of The University of British Columbia. A kitchenette is provided in all suites. The Museum of Anthropology is 2 minutes' walk away.

    This Is a wonderful place to stay. Cost is so good too.

    8.7
    Excellent · 1,044 reviews
  • Residence Inn by Marriott Vancouver Downtown
    Central location

    Featuring an indoor swimming pool and hot tub, this Vancouver hotel is within 10 minutes’ walk to Sunset Beach and the Vancouver Contemporary Art Gallery.

    Servi estando and the staff atention/peodissionalism

    8.6
    Excellent · 871 reviews
  • Georgian Court Hotel, WorldHotels Elite
    Central location

    Featuring an on-site restaurant, this boutique hotel is located in the heart of Vancouver city center, across from BC Place. Free WiFi is provided. Queen Elizabeth Theater is 4 minutes’ walk away.

    Everything! Helpful (professional!) staff, room, location!

    8.6
    Excellent · 1,561 reviews
  • JW Marriott Parq Vancouver
    Central location

    With an ideal location in Vancouver’s entertainment district, this luxurious Vancouver hotel offers eight diverse restaurants and lounge options.

    Excellent location, comfy bed, super friendly staff

    8.6
    Excellent · 369 reviews

FAQs about hotels in Vancouver

Outstanding Capital of the Outdoors

Vancouver is an outdoorsy city ranking among the world’s most livable, sheltered by Vancouver Island and the Pacific Range mountains. The most famous peak, Grouse Mountain, is a favorite spot for hiking and skiing. Take the cable car up for magnificent views of the city's skyscrapers and huge Stanley Park.

Skirting this park is the Seawall, a popular biking trail with paths passing the Vancouver Aquarium, picnic spots and a pitch and putt course. There are also a couple of beaches, but the best ones are along English Bay in Kitsilano.

Granville Island is just across False Creek from Yaletown and houses some quirky shops and markets. Ferries depart from here to near BC Place Stadium and home field of the city’s football and soccer teams. The legendary Vancouver Canucks ice hockey team play next door at Rogers Arena.

With the largest Chinatown in North America, Gastown is the oldest part of Vancouver and is near the Canada Place cruise ship terminal.

We could go on and on about British Columbia's biggest city, but we could never do it justice, so why not try it for yourself? Booking.com has a fabulous range of accommodations, from hotels near Vancouver Airport in Richmond to downtown B&Bs and motels near all of its ferry ports.

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  • 69 points of interest
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What Guests Said About Vancouver:

  • 10

    Vancouver is a brilliant city to visit as there is so much...

    Vancouver is a brilliant city to visit as there is so much to do (even on a budget): boat trips round the harbour, coach trips to Whistler, cycling trips round Stanley Park, shopping trips in Gastown, food and drink in Granville, illuminated night-time walks in Capilano Canyon, watching the Canucks ice hockey team, museums, art galleries. Everything is a short Uber drive away (average fare anywhere is about $12). It has a beautiful setting with typical city tower blocks set against a backdrop of mountains and the harbour. Great food with huge portions in every bar or restaurant we ate. And if you like your beer then Vancouver is perfect: every bar had a huge range of locally brewed craft ales and the bottle shops were like an Aladdin's cave of beers. And let's not forget the pharmacies: literally sweet shops for stoners! We visited for two weeks over Christmas and new year and this was about right. We did something every day. I would like to visit in the summer to get an alternative angle on everything but I would say that Vancouver is perfect to visit any time of year.
    Paul
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Vancouver is one of my fav cities in the world.

    Vancouver is one of my fav cities in the world. People were overall friendly and the table service when we ate out was OFF THE HOOK! Vancouver has dining & table service dialed in. Dining out was the highlight for us. UEB for breakfast, Cactus Club at English Bay for drinks & dinner. So many choices make it hard to choose! Enjoyed the Art Museum but the Chinese Garden was closed unfortunately, so we'll go there next time. Vancouver is a beautiful city, has a good hockey team, has a tremendous variety of restaurants and walking everywhere is definitely a highlight. An area to avoid is East Hastings Street near Gastown-it's gotten a little sketch and there's homelessness and addiction that most all cities & towns are experiencing.
    Jennifer
    United States of America
  • 8.0

    Well-designed city with distinct neighbourhoods and a...

    Well-designed city with distinct neighbourhoods and a beautiful backdrop of snow-capped mountains. The main CBD feels much like any other major city, but when you explore a little beyond you get to experience the city's character. Yaletown is packed with restaurants of every variety, West End has interesting shops and eateries leading to one of the city's many stunning maritime vistas, Gastown has old-world charm in abundance, Granville Island is a tourist must to experience its vibrant markets and arts scene. And tracing the sea wall around the perimeter of the peninsula will offer spectacular views of city, sea, and mountains. There is also an absolute wealth of outdoor activities - parks, forests, lakes, inlets, hikes, walks, canoeing, adventure sports, skiing, swimming... in stunning natural beauty. Then there are the city's insane social problems. The homelessness, drug addiction and anti-social elements are HUGE. If you turn a wrong corner wandering east of Gastown/Chinatown, you will find yourself amidst human chaos. Addicts hunched over in Fentanyl-induced stupor, lying on sidwalks, in doorways, or just drifting aimlessly. Tent towns. The stench of urine and human waste. Locals warned me to keep my wits about me at all times, as apparently random violence is on the up - and not exclusively in those areas.
    Franco_23
    New Zealand
  • 10

    Travelling downtown by foot, ferry or using the Canada line...

    Travelling downtown by foot, ferry or using the Canada line from Waterfront was very easy. The area had a huge variety of great food, cafes, bars & restaurants. I really enjoyed my time & saw a lot.
    Paul
    Australia
  • 10

    Great mix of new and historic.

    Great mix of new and historic. We love Gastown, even though the travel guides wanted to steer us away for safety reasons. Far more character and well worth the visit. Chinatown was interesting - nowhere near as dire as the books predicted. Take their recommendations with a grain of salt and be safe. Lots to see.
    N
    Nick Santangelo
    United States of America
  • 8.0

    I went in first week of January and I would recommend anyone...

    I went in first week of January and I would recommend anyone visiting Vancouver around this time to go see the Capilano Suspension Bridge covered in lights! It was like being transported to another world! Grouse Mountain was also incredible, with much to do beyond skiing. There is ice skating, snow shoeing through a forest covered in lights, and a sprawling cozy lodge with a restaurant and bar upstairs that looks out over a panorama of flocked peaks.
    Gabrielle

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Vancouver

  • 9.3
    Wonderful · 936 reviews
    Loved the hotel's location which was close to metro (two lines), restaurants, has a large salted pool and gym, and near high-end stores. You are treated very well, as you would expect from a 5 star hotel, and the beds are very comfortable. Vancouver is one of the best cities I ever visited in Canada and there are a lot of things to do inside and outside of the city. Famous celebs and dignitaries have stayed here, so why not you. If I ever get back to British Columbia, the Rosewood Hotel Georgia will be my first choice. Cheers.
    M
    MICHAEL
    United States of America
  • From $338.48 per night
    9.1
    Wonderful · 2,427 reviews
    The service was phenomenal - much better than a lot of 5* hotels out there. All members of the staff were accommodating of all our requests! Coupled with brand new features, state of the art amenities and prime location at the heart of Vancouver downtown, steps away from my WeWork office spaces for work. The in-hotel XYLIA Spa was phenomenal too. Karma lounge has good food, and it is certainly a vibe to see your hotel having a nightclub down your elevators ;)
    Armaan
    Canada
  • From $262.64 per night
    8.2
    Very Good · 623 reviews
    The location was exceptional. A fantastic location in Vancouver. Walking distance to Stanley Park, Granville Island, Gastown, Canada Place and many other surrounding areas. Very close to IGA Shopping Center, Pharmacy, Shopping and Food. Location is perfect. The Hotel was remarkable. Absolutely beautiful. Rooms were generous size. Pool area beautiful. Laundry facilities. Hotel was lovely. Staff were friendly.
    Mandy
    Australia
  • From $263.72 per night
    6.8
    Pleasant · 1,737 reviews
    We loved the location. 10 minute walk into centre of Downtown Vancouver. We loved the comfortable beds. The house-keeping team were very apologetic when we pointed 0out somethings that were below expected standards of a hotel. The management team were quick in refunding us when we could not stay the full length of our trip - I really appreciated this and this is a sign of good customer service.
    Sam
    United Kingdom
  • 7.4
    Good · 4,340 reviews
    Great location, very nice staff and overall good environment. Samesun is much better than the other hostels in downtown. If you are traveling solo, or if you have never stayed in a hostel before, Samesun Vancouver is the best choice. Their breakfast is good (keep in mind it is a hostel, not a hotel) and their free tours are a great way to explore the city and meet new people. Highly recommended!
    Julio
    United States of America
  • From $144.65 per night
    7.2
    Good · 385 reviews
    Immaculate rooms, key code entry, free refreshments in lobby and room, short walk to Central Park and Vancouvers largest shopping mall, early checkin really helped, but what really made my stay was the staff. Shana Lee on front desk could not do enough to help, she was incredible, and the lovely Handra gave me a personal tour of the hotel and showed me how everything works. Best staff ever! 🥰
    Toby
    United Kingdom
  • From $226.98 per night
    8.6
    Excellent · 2,184 reviews
    Beautiful views of Stanley Park and Vancouver Harbour! The hotel is very well located, it is close to the city centre, Canada Place, Gastown, and is well situated for a walk by the harbour front. The rooms are large and the beds are very comfortable. The bathrooms are well sized and the heated toilets are comfortable too!
    Jacob
    Malta
  • From $150.08 per night
    7.8
    Good · 1,620 reviews
    Really the best part of this hotel is its attentive staff and how they go out of their way to make sure you have everything you need or help you with getting around Vancouver. They are happy to help and ot really isn't something you always get at 5 syar hotels. Best hotel because of its attentive and welcoming staff.
    Lisa
    Canada
  • From $216.22 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 2,372 reviews
    The property is clean and well located. Most of the important Vancouver attractions can be reached walking. The rooms are large, the bed comfortable and a good coffee and tea selection is available. The hotel is also associated with one of the best restaurant in the city!
    Cinzia
    Italy
  • From $185.61 per night
    6.6
    Pleasant · 2,021 reviews
    The hotel has a great location. The staff is very friendly. The complimentary breakfast was a nice surprise! Good choice if you need a place to stay for a couple of nights and be able to easily walk around Downtown. Good price/value ratio for Vancouver.
    Dinara
    Canada
  • From $175.52 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 3,289 reviews
    Beautiful hotel in the heart of Vancouver. Easy walk to downtown shopping & dining, Skytrain, & the cruise ship port. Amazing room upgrade to a 2- bedroom suite with kitchenette. Beds were very comfortable.
    Terry
    United States of America
  • From $149.06 per night
    7.6
    Good · 373 reviews
    Excellent location, right in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Friendly, very helpful staff. Clean hotel, overall top marks for convenience from all points of view. Loved the good pricing for the location.
    Ileana
    Canada
  • From $148.38 per night
    7.4
    Good · 5,430 reviews
    Located in downtown Vancouver; convenient to travel around. Friendly receptionists who explained in details about the property & services offered at check-in. Lovely hotel staffs. No smoking smell.
    vy
    United States of America
  • From $177.76 per night
    8.7
    Excellent · 8,647 reviews
    Best value for money, really large rooms and a bonus ocean view if on a high floor. Parking is reasonable compared to other Vancouver hotels and it’s an easy walk to downtown shopping.
    Audrey
    Canada
  • From $183.09 per night
    8.2
    Very Good · 1,855 reviews
    Location is great, rooms are very clean, the whole hotel has a great trendy vibe. The staff was kind, and the value for money quite exceptional for downtown Vancouver.
    Fanny
    France
  • From $338.48 per night
    9.1
    Wonderful · 2,427 reviews
    Luxurious hotel in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Friendly staff, comfortable room, modern design and finishes. Complimentary turndown service is a nice touch.
    B Abalone
    Malta
  • 8.7
    Excellent · 1,385 reviews
    The location to the Vancouver waterfront was perfect. The hotel was right downtown, but very quiet. It was clean and the room were lovely.
    Lori
    United States of America
  • From $148.38 per night
    7.4
    Good · 5,430 reviews
    It was in a good location and the cheapest hotel I could find downtown vancouver, the room was clean and the staff where nice.
    Brady
    Canada
  • From $300.88 per night
    9.0
    Wonderful · 653 reviews
    Perfectly placed hotel for downtown Vancouver.
    John
    United Kingdom
  • From $335.14 per night
    9.1
    Wonderful · 781 reviews
    Top notch!! Best hotel in Vancouver by far ❤
    Lisa
    Canada

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