The opus looks young, vibrant and stylish. Brilliantly located in the downtown area close to some of the best restaurants in Yaletown.
The staff are smart and efficient, except for the ones at the Pentola restaurant who are cold and poorly trained. The rooms are of a moderate size and come with an iPad with mobile Internet and you are free to take it out of the hotel if you like.
The rooms and bath are spotlessly clean and elegant. We got a room with a courtyard view that was boring, and that’s my only complaint.
Opus Hotel Vancouver
Opus Hotel Vancouver redefines the boutique experience. Located in Yaletown Vancouver’s newest trendy Neighbourhood steps from Shops, Cafes, Bars and Restaurants. Canada Line, BC Place and Rogers Arena are a stones throw away
Staying at the Chateau Granville Hotel in downtown Vancouver Guests will enjoy the extra services they provide to ensure that all your plans go smoothly such as:
Underground gated parking
Electric vehicle charging stations
Complimentary morning newspaper in the lobby
Fax &photo copy services
U.S. dollar exchange services
Guest laundry and dry cleaning
Newly renovated banquet facilities with expanded meeting space
Walking distance to Canada Line skytrain station
Whistler Express bus to Whistler – 1 block
Quick Shuttle bus to Seattle – ½ block
Best Western Chateau Granville Hotel Vancouver
Located in Downtown Vancouver on Granville Street and the Entertainment District, complimentary local calls, wireless Internet access, granite bathrooms, and coffee makers .
Fabulous location and great rate ($143/night) for downtown Vancouver! The hotel is above a liquor store and bar but we were not affected by any consumer noise or traffic.
Parking ($14.00/day – cheap!) is the next block on the 5th floor in a secure/gated area. We parked and left the car there as we could walk everywhere.
The elevator was painfully slow. Front desk service exceptional. The rooms are OK, basically, they took an old hotel and cleaned it up. Everything a bit tired, but they used modern colours and some fixtures to spruce it up. Have to say though that is was very clean and the beds comfortable.
Windows had black out shades which was also good. Don’t stay here if you want luxury, but if you need a clean place to hang for a couple of days and be central, then go for it!
Moda Hotel Vancouver
Boutique hotel downtown Vancouver, venture outside and be at the epicentre of all Vancouver has to offer including shopping, sports, restaurants, art galleries and theatre.
Great location, large rooms, very courteous staff. Centrally located and close to everything. Having free WI-FI was very helpful. Enjoyed the indoor pool. The cafe’ had a delicious lemon chicken salad.
Century Plaza Hotel Vancouver
An all-suite hotel in downtown Vancouver, family owned and operated and features Beyond Restaurant, lounge and coffee bar. A full-service spa and comedy club is on-site as well. Room Amenities include Spa Binge Organic products and Free WiFi.
We stayed in June 2014 for 16 nights to celebrate our Silver Wedding Anniversary and my husbands 50th Birthday. We stayed in a Premium floor 1 bed apartment. We requested a room with a view of ocean and we got it!
We never tired of that wonderful view and sat out on the teeny tiny balcony ( tiny table and 2 chairs) watching the sunset, it was magical. Though a bit scary 30 floors up!
The apartment was spacious the bed comfortable and the bedding spotless.
The kitchen had good sized fridge freezer and full oven and microwave. Also a pod style coffee maker with a selection of coffee provided.
The apartment was spacious, we even had a tiny “room” ( aircon/heating- system,pipes in ceiling) that we used for luggage and purchases ( had to buy 2 new suitcases!!) Having this space meant we could keep the apartment tidy.
The bathroom had a tub with shower over which was powerful enough. The toiletries were generous (though after the first few days we never saw anymore conditioner, maybe they had run out?) They are replaced everyday.
I read reports of the towels being “thin” and tired etc. in other peoples reports and I have to agree that, whilst not at thin as I was expecting, they are small ( to us) as we use bath sheets at home, they are very clean, but I do think that its time they were replaced.
That said it wasn’t something that would put me off staying again.
There was a dining table and 4 chairs and a desk which was useful for our laptop computer and maps etc. The sofa was an L shape and cream(?!!) which was comfortable enough ( for the style), it did however have a large circular stain on it, the origin of which was ( obviously) unknown, so I put the bed coverlet (brown, more practical!) over that side of the sofa, so that hubby and I could sit down, in relative security.
There was a large flat screen TV which got lots of channels but we only ever watched the news and the weather channel!!
A lot of people seem to just “pass through” Vancouver or run around ticking off the main tourist sites, this is such a shame, they are missing so much.
We never ran out of things to do in 17 days, we felt we got to know the city and we fell in love with it and its people.
We loved staying at the Blue Horizon Hotel in Vancouver before our cruise to Alaska. The hotel is centrally located in Vancouver and not far from Canada Place or the Cruise Ship Terminal .
We went to the patio restaurant out front after a long day of sightseeing including a 6- mile Bike ride in Stanley Park and around downtown, a 4- mile walk to the Aqua Bus water taxi, browsing through Granville Island (loved that), Yaletown and Chinatown! We were exhausted and happy to be back at the Blue Horizon.
Blue Horizon Hotel is on Robson Street which means that there is plenty of options for eating whether it is a great Restaurant, a superb noodle bar, street food or just about anything else you could imagine. Shop from quaint and cozy Boutiques to mainstream favorites Robson shopping has it all.
Starting from the West at Denman Street you will find the entrance to Stanley Park and 18 blocks to the east the entrance to BC Place Stadium and Rogers Arena . A great Stroll anytime of the day or night.
The hotel is very close to stay and see the Celebration of Light Fireworks in Vancouver
Ask for a room facing Stanley Park.
Blue Horizon Hotel Vancouver
Blue Horizon Hotel Vancouver is situated on Robson Street amongst all the shopping and restaurants, the hotel features an indoor pool, a sauna and corner guest rooms with a full balconies and free internet access
When we checked in, the lady at the front desk said that our booking indicated we would prefer two beds, but I never requested that and told her one bed would be fine (although I had no issue with two beds either). She said they were completely booked but still managed to find us a king bed in corner unit with harbor views.
The room was clean, good size, and had a great view. I did notice slight road noise, even on the 15th floor, but it was not noticable at night (although I have the fan running all night for white noise). The bed was comfortable and had an assortment of pillows.
My only real complaint is the extra fees that you don’t usually have at less expensive hotels. Internet is $15 a day, so we just used the wifi in the lobby and saved the passcode so we could log in from our room. Also, parking is $35 a day if you go through the hotel. We parked in the hotel garage, but used the kiosk to do the weekend rate which is only $7 per day (expires at 1am, but apparently the garage closes at a certain time so no one checks until 8am or so, giving you time to go down in the morning and pay for another day). If you do the weekend or daily rate through the kiosk, there are no in/out privelages – not sure if that is the case when you pay through the hotel, but we didn’t really use our car while there. It was annoying to go through so much hastle to save money, but internet and parking would otherwise have totalled $50 per day on top of an already expensive room.
The pool and whirlpool were nice. We did not eat at the hotel so I cannot comment on the food. As for the area, we enjoyed walking along the waterfront all the way to Stanley Park. There is a grocery store a block away on the corner of Hastings and Bute (Urban Fare) which is convenient. We also hit up Bella Gelateria twice – delicious gelato a short walk away!
Overall, it was a good trip and we would most likely stay here again.
Marriott Vancouver Pinnacle Hotel
Great Location for walking around Vancouver shopping, Coal Harbour and Convention Centre just steps from the Hotel in downtown Vancouver.
Fitness Solarium located on the 4th floor
The Salt & Pepper Grill and Lounge next door
Open daily from 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Complimentary limited underground parking
Complimentary tea, coffee and juice in lobby
The Best Western Uptown Hotel Vancouver is located on Kingsway about a five minute drive from downtown or public transit which is easily available.
Best Western Uptown Hotel Vancouver
Located 5 minutes from the downtown core but convenient access to local transportation. Easy access to Vancouver General & Mount Saint Joseph’s Hospitals. Free Breakfast, Fitness Centre, High Speed Internet and free secure underground parking. The Salt & Pepper Bar & Grill is located next to the Hotel open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Loden amenities range from designer rooms and suites to 24-hour room service, fully-equipped fitness studio and spa, French Bistro and extensive list of services. .
Loden Hotel Vancouver features 70 guestrooms and 7 suites with Floor-to-ceiling windows scenic views of the mountains and waterways. Marble bathrooms offer a deep-soaking bath tub, a separate shower and Free internet access.
Located in downtown Vancouver’s Coal Harbour neighbourhood, near Stanley Park . The closest Skytrain Station from the Vancouver Airport to the Loden Hotel is the Waterfront Skytrain Station (7 blocks)
Loden Hotel Vancouver
5-star hotel is located in downtown Vancouver’s Coal Harbour neighborhood, near Stanley Park, historic Gastown, and a few minutes’ walk from Robson Street.