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Vancouver getaway hotel suggestions

Old Jul 6, 18, 11:18 am
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Vancouver getaway hotel suggestions

I'm thinking about taking my wife to Vancouver for a long weekend, and am looking for hotel recommendations. I have no status, so I'm not constrained by brand.

Must have:
Great room, bigger, with suite and exterior view.
Not a tired hotel. Has updated/modern decor and furnishings
close to areas with good restaurant options

Nice to have:
Nice pool/hot tub area

I don't need:
great restaurant or bar, as we usually get out of the hotel for meals

Thanks!
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Old Jul 6, 18, 7:38 pm
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Do you have a price point in mind? Summer or later? YVR hotel rates skyrocket in the summer, often $500+ a night for a room that is normally under $200.

In terms of premium, I like the Westin (on the water and near Stanley Park) and the Fairmont Warerfront. I also like the Hyatt, but for a personal trip the other two are better locations IMO.

In terms of greater affordability, I like the Metropolitan and Listel.
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Old Jul 13, 18, 8:33 am
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I'm a fan of the Hotel Vancouver (Fairmont). It has far more character than the usual modern cookie cutter hotels.
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Old Jul 20, 18, 11:04 am
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100% Fairmont Pac Rim. It is what you are looking for.
Westin is nice too, but less luxurious.
Hotel Georgia is quite nice but I'm not the biggest fan of location
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Old Jul 24, 18, 11:10 pm
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Further to the hotels named by others, also consider Opus Hotel and The Loden Hotel, which are a bit more "boutiquey".
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