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Rosewood Hotel Georgia

Rosewood Hotel Georgia Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Rosewood Hotel Georgia is a historic property with a downtown Vancouver location. The 156 rooms and suites are luxurious and sophisticated, with plush furnishings, huge flat-screen TVs, and massive marble bathrooms with heated floors. Bathrooms are a real perk at this hotel, as all have huge walk-in showers and deep soaking tubs. Though the hotel first opened in 1927, it has modern touches including free Wi-Fi and iPod docks. Property highlights include a funky indoor pool, modern fitness center, rooftop alfresco lounge, and 24-hour room service. This pet-friendly property also has a central location for exploring downtown Vancouver's main attractions.
The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This elegant 557-room hotel is housed in a historic building across from the Vancouver Art Gallery, in the heart of Downtown. The gorgeous indoor pool, the excellent Griffins Restaurant, and the big, modern fitness center make this property a reliable upscale pick. But some rooms are dated, bathrooms are nothing special, and guests might feel nickel-and-dimed due to the number of extra charges, including the fees for water bottles in the rooms, parking, and Wi-Fi.
St. Regis Hotel

St. Regis Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Despite the "St. Regis" name, this historic, mid-range boutique hotel in Downtown Vancouver is unaffiliated with the famous luxury brand. Rooms are on the small side for Vancouver, but they are cute and modern, and extras like free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and free long-distance calls add value. There's a casual bar and grill on-site, and two excellent restaurants next door: Gotham Steakhouse and the chic Shore Club Restaurant.
Sylvia Hotel

Sylvia Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The mid-range Sylvia Hotel is a nice choice for those looking for a comfy and homey hotel away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Vancouver. Built in 1912 as an apartment house, the ivy-covered hotel is a designated landmark that exudes loads of charm -- but guests should also some expect wear and tear. Rooms are renovated to include up-to-date technology such as flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. But some bathrooms are smallish, and the decor goes a bit heavy on clunky woods. The on-site restaurant gets rave reviews, as do the views of English Bay and the location next to Stanley Park.
Victorian Hotel

Victorian Hotel Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The Victorian Hotel is a budget-friendly bed and breakfast that's comfortable but not as romantic or stylish as the name suggests. The hotel was originally built in 1898 as a Victorian brick building, and with 47 rooms it's definitely not a cozy inn, but more like a budget-friendly boutique hotel. Rooms are modern with hardwood floors and coffeemakers, but not all of them have private bathrooms. Continental breakfast and Wi-Fi are free. There's a small lobby with a fireplace and armchairs, but most guests spend their time exploring the nearby Gastown District.
Douglas Guest House

Douglas Guest House Rating: 2.0 Pearls

This picturesque Edwardian manor is a fantastic budget option for tourists who want to explore Vancouver but prefer a quiet neighborhood and a quick ride on public transportation -- rather than a centrally located hotel. It’s not particularly well-equipped for children or business travelers, but the homey rooms and small shared dining and living spaces are lovely and cost-effective for single guests or couples who enjoy the intimacy of bed & breakfasts. For a more upscale home stay experience with a hands-on owner, check rates at Home Suite Home.


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