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.”

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$ 226 $ 226 $ 226 $ 226
4.5 Hotel Le Soleil Vancouver

Hotel Le Soleil, Vancouver

New York Times

“The Hotel Le Soleil in the financial district is a 119-room boutique hotel with a South Asian feel. Every room is a suite with its own sitting area. The hotel also has an excellent contemporary Indian restaurant, Copper Chimney.”

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$ 143 $ 143 $ 143 $ 143
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.”

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4.4 Listel Hotel Vancouver

The Listel Hotel, Vancouver

New York Times

“On a pretty stretch of Robson Street, the Listel Hotel is an eco-friendly boutique hotel with contemporary and Northwest Coast art and furnishings throughout the property’s public spaces, guest rooms and suites. There are two restaurants: Forage, a farm-to-table restaurant, and Timber, a Canadian gastropub.”

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$ 119 $ 119 $ 119 $ 119