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Fairmont Pacific Rim

Fairmont Pacific Rim Rating: 5.0 Pearls

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. The hotel has a modern, business-y vibe throughout, with clean lines and contemporary decor. Up-to-date amenities include an outstanding fitness center with a yoga studio, a rooftop heated pool open year-round, and a high-end spa. Spacious rooms feature Nespresso coffeemakers, plush name-brand beds, floor-to-ceiling windows (most boasting great views of the port and the mountains), flat-screen TVs and iPod docks.
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.
Fairmont Waterfront

Fairmont Waterfront Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Fairmont Waterfront is an upscale option in downtown Vancouver. The highlight of this hotel may be its location, as the name suggests, overlooking the harbor -- the pool and over half of the rooms feature beautiful water views. Room decor is contemporary and sophisticated, if a bit generic for such a high-end brand. Hotel features are numerous, including a small fitness center, year-round outdoor pool, and even an herb garden -- but massages are the only spa services available. The Fairmont Waterfront attracts families with its free kids' welcome gifts and bicycle rentals, and business travelers with its 24-hour room service, 24-hour business center, and meeting rooms. However, visitors may want to compare prices with the nearby Loden Hotel before booking.
Carmana Plaza

Carmana Plaza Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 120-room Carmana Plaza offers no-frills, apartment-style rooms with kitchens and, in many cases, stunning views of the mountains or the sea through floor-to-ceiling windows. There is no restaurant on-site -- not even a breakfast area -- but the hotel is one block from the restaurants and cafes on lively Robson Street, and there's a grocery store across the road.
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.
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.
Blue Horizon Hotel

Blue Horizon Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The location is the highlight of this mid-range hotel, situated alongside the restaurants and bars on Robson Street and within walking distance of numerous Downtown Vancouver attractions. The contemporary rooms are spacious and bright, and have balconies, but don't get too excited about the amenities -- even though the hotel has a fitness center and indoor pool, they're both small and showing their age. Since our visit, the lobby and front desk have been renovated, and ABODE restaurant has opened.
Rosedale on Robson

Rosedale on Robson Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Rosedale on Robson is a mid-range hotel with a prime location for sports fans -- it's just a five-minute walk to BC Place Stadium and the hotel offers packages for discounts on tickets. Rosie's Restaurant and Bar serves pub food and draft beer in front of flat-screen TVs. All of the rooms are suites with kitchenettes, though only some of them have been updated to include flat-screen TVs and Keurig coffeemakers. The small indoor pool with an adjacent whirlpool are nice perks, as is free Wi-Fi and a fitness center. Check rates at the neighboring Blue Horizon Hotel for contemporary rooms and a bigger swimming pool at around the same price.
Home Suite Home

Home Suite Home Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The mid-range Home Suite Home distinguishes itself from competitors with an artisan aesthetic, homey vibe, and full apartments with complete kitchens. This property is located in a quiet and upscale (yet still laid back) residential neighborhood outside Vancouver's bustling center but still near the beach. There aren't many features, other than a whimsical backyard patio and laundry facilities, but the suites are stylish with full kitchens and living rooms. Wi-Fi and parking are free. Past guests report that the owner/host is friendly and willing to go above and beyond to help his guests.
Vancouver Extended Stay

Vancouver Extended Stay Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Vancouver Extended Stay is a mid-range option for guests who want to rent a full apartment for at least three nights. While the apartments are stylish with modern furniture and appliances, and are decked out with full kitchens and laundry facilities (some have balconies), the property doesn't offer much more than accommodations. There's a fitness center, but no public spaces or restaurant. The posh neighborhood of Coal Harbour, and nearby Robson Street, however, offer many choices for dining and shopping, and the beach is within walking distance. Free parking and Wi-Fi are nice perks. Overall, the vibe is corporate and sterile, and perhaps a little dull, but the location is convenient and the units are clean. Check rates at Home Suite Home for another extended stay option; it's got a homier vibe, but a less ideal location.


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