Best Hotels in Vancouver, Canada

We list the best hotels in Vancouver as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews, and we only list hotels which have a review rating of at least 4 out of 5 stars.
Vancouver is a coastal seaport city in the western region of Canada. Vancouver has a high population density; it is the most densely populated city in the whole of Canada and the fourth in North America.
Vancouver is also popular for having a diverse population with more than half of the population having a first language other than English. As a matter of fact, almost 30% of the city population have Chinese heritage. As a result, Vancouver is a meeting point for various culture, and language resulting in a beautiful city that attracts people from any part of the world.
Vancouver is ranked highly in livability and quality of life indexes; it is usually in the top five of both rankings among the cities of the world. Vancouver has hosted a number of international events that endeared this beautiful city to the world such as the 2010 Winter Olympics and the 1989 and 2009 World Police and Fire Games.
The city is also home to notable cycling races with most Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix held in the summers since 1973 hosted by Vancouver.
With its beautiful hotels and hospitable culture, visitors are sure to have a memorable time in this city.
Through the recommended hotels listed below, you can easily find the best places to stay in Vancouver, Canada.
If you like our list of design hotels in Vancouver, then you should also check out our selection of boutique hotels in Toronto or luxury hotels in Montreal.
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F.A.Q.

What are the best neighborhoods to stay in Vancouver?

Surrounded by hills, this coastal seaport of Canada is a vibrant spot that is very popular among the tourists.

Yaletown
This place is known for its magnificent restaurants and lounges which are housed in old warehouse buildings. It is scattered with outdoor terraces and decor boutiques. The waterfront has several options- magnanimous lawn, cycling strips, or you can just take a romantic walk down the road. Rock concerts are frequent at the Rogers Arena.

Coal Harbour
It is a beautiful juxtaposition of marina and mountain, and has an eclectic mix of casual and fine dining along the waterfront. It houses an aquarium and a park with wooded trails. A number of top hotels of the city are located here.

Deep Cove
Located at the foot of the Mt. Seymour, it is closely associated with forests, mountains, skiing and water, making it a popular hotspot for adventure enthusiasts. It also caters to art lovers with an impressionist theatre company and an art gallery. All the hotels here have mesmerizing views.

West End
It caters to inclusive gentry with its prominent gay bars, chic bars and diverse dining options from ramen to seafood. You can walk or cycle along shaded pathways in Stanley Park or go Kayaking in the English Bay.

Gastown
A lively part of the town it has a cool mix of souvenir shops and furnishing stores housed in the old Victorian building. Hip eateries dot the street catering to different kind of taste buds, and there is also an edgy fashion scene. You will find affordable hostels for bag backpackers as well as luxury hotels sharing space.

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4.8 Rosewood George Vancouver

Rosewood Hotel Georgia, Vancouver

New York Times

“Rosewood Hotel Georgia near the Vancouver Art Gallery, is a historic 90-year-old hotel, with grand public spaces, a saltwater lap pool, spa, fitness center and, among its dining options, the elegant, contemporary Canadian Hawksworth Restaurant.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Vancouver, Canada.

$233
4.7 Wedgewood Hotel Vancouver

Wedgewood Hotel & Spa, Vancouver

Fodors

“A member of the exclusive Relais & Châteaux Group, the luxurious, family-owned Wedgewood is all about pampering. Guest rooms are capacious and elegantly decorated, and each has its own balcony.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Vancouver.

$180
4.6 OPUS Hotel Vancouver

Opus Hotel, Vancouver

Fodors

“The OPUS continues to reinvent itself and live up to the motto of being a ‘place to be not just a place to stay.’ The design team created a set of online fictitious characters, then decorated the rooms to suit each persona.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Vancouver.

$357
4.6 St Regis Vancouver

St Regis Hotel, Vancouver

Lonely Planet

“Transformed in recent years, St Regis is now an art-lined boutique sleepover in a 1913 heritage shell. Befitting its age, almost all the rooms seem to be a different size, and they exhibit a loungey élan with leather-look wallpaper, earth-toned bedspreads, flatscreen TVs and multimedia hubs.”

$147
4.5 Four Seasons Vancouver

Four Seasons Hotel, Vancouver

New York Times

“For those looking for luxury, stay at the Four Seasons. In addition to the top-notch service and airy rooms, the hotel is attached to the Pacific Center, a shopping mall that is a stop on the Canada Line and SkyTrain.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Vancouver, Canada.

$226
4.7 Hotel Loden Vancouver

Hotel Loden, Vancouver

Lonely Planet

“The stylish Loden is the real designer deal. The chic, mocha-hued rooms have a contemporary feel, with luxe accoutrements such as marble-lined bathrooms and those oh-so-civilized heated floors.”

$217