Fairmont Pacific Rim Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The mountains meet the sea at this coastal Canadian metropolis. Outdoors enthusiasts will delight in the plethora of activities to choose from in the city's parks, gardens, beaches, and mountains, while city-goers will love Vancouver's cultural diversity, international cuisine, and trendy boutiques. Luxe hotel options abound to fit every type of traveler. Here are our favorites: The 377-room Fairmont 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.

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 The mountains meet the sea at this coastal Canadian metropolis. Outdoors enthusiasts will delight in the plethora of activities to choose from in the city's parks, gardens, beaches, and mountains, while city-goers will love Vancouver's cultural diversity, international cuisine, and trendy boutiques. Luxe hotel options abound to fit every type of traveler. Here are our favorites:
The 377-room Fairmont 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.
The mountains meet the sea at this coastal Canadian metropolis. Outdoors enthusiasts will delight in the plethora of activities to choose from in the city's parks, gardens, beaches, and mountains, while city-goers will love Vancouver's cultural diversity, international cuisine, and trendy boutiques. Luxe hotel options abound to fit every type of traveler. Here are our favorites:
The 377-room Fairmont 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. The Shangri-La offers uber-luxe digs in Downtown Vancouver. The hotel's large rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with DVR, bedside controls for curtains and lights, and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking downtown. But the massive granite-and-marble bathrooms are the real highlight, featuring separate showers and tubs, as well as flat-screen TVs. The hotel also has a Jean-Georges restaurant and a hip spa, both of which are extremely pricey and only add to the hype. 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. Property highlights include a funky indoor pool, modern fitness center, rooftop alfresco lounge, and 24-hour room service. 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. Hotel features are numerous, including a small fitness center, year-round outdoor pool, and even an herb garden. This 77-room luxury boutique has a modern, stylish feel, with a glam lobby (think: velvet couches, dark wood ceilings, and a stunning black-and-white granite fireplace surround) and a popular French bistro. The large, sleek rooms may be the highlight, with subtle earth tones, floor-to-ceiling windows, and decadent marble bathrooms, but the Downtown Vancouver location is convenient as well. The Terminal City is a 60-room property located in the northeastern side of Downtown Vancouver, close to the waterfront and the Convention Center. Rooms have modern amenities (such as flat-screen TVs and iPod docks), fully equipped kitchenettes, and in many cases, stunning views. The decor features a few contemporary touches, but overall it's more run-of-the-mill than one might expect from a property that advertises itself as a luxury boutique. The high points of the hotel are the rooftop terrace with beautiful mountain and city views, the bright fitness center, and a wonderful indoor pool with sweeping views and a skylight. 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.
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