Top 5 hotels in Vancouver
A list of the top 5 Hotels in Vancouver based on trip advisor ratings.
5: Shangri-La Hotel, Vancouver
The Shangri-La Hotel is a luxury hotel based in Vancouver. Its facilities include a business and conference centre, a library, complimentary shoeshine service, house doctor, child care and a taxi and limousine service. Out of 1,492 reviews on trip advisor, the hotel has been rated ‘excellent’, at 4 and a half stars.
4: Wedgewood Hotel and Spa
Wedgewood Hotel and Spa is one of Canada’s leading luxury hotels, located in downtown Vancouver. They are one of the only hotels in Vancouver to offer private balconies. The hotel is family run, and offers 83 rooms and suits, a spa, salons and a restaurant and lounge. Out of 1,320 trip advisor reviews, the hotel has been rated ‘excellent’, at 4 and a half stars.
3: Rosewood Hotel Georgia
Rosewood Hotel Georgia is a historic Vancouver hotel first opened 1927 as Hotel Georgia, and quickly became known as the city’s most fashionable retreat and one of the best hotels in Vancouver. In 2011, the hotel underwent extensive renovations and reopened in June 2011 as Rosewood Hotel Georgia. The hotel has a five-star rating on trip advisor, with some reviews describing it as an ‘outstanding hotel’, ‘perfect luxury’ and a ‘beautiful hotel’.
2: L’Hermitage Hotel
L’Hermitage Hotel is a luxury hotel based in the heart of Vancouver’s shopping and entertainment district. L’Hermitage Hotel has 60 rooms and was established in 2008. It is located on the 5th, 6th and 7th floors of a residential tower, and offers traditional rooms and suits as well as one and two bedroom homes with fully equipped kitchens. L’Hermitage Hotel has 3,283 reviews on trip advisor and a five-star rating.
1: Fairmont Pacific Rim
The Fairmont Pacific Rim is the most highly rated hotel on trip advisor, with 2,647 views and a five-star rating. The hotel includes three restaurants, an outdoor rooftop pool and spa, meeting facilities and a business centre. The rooms include 24/7 room service, flat-screen TV’s and Nespresso machines, as well as minibars and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms include whirlpool bath tubs, patios with fire pits and harbour views. The club level rooms come complete with a butler, free breakfast, afternoon tea and a private lounge serving drinks and appetizers.
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