The Pan Pacific is a beautiful hotel on the water. We had an amazing view from our room of the mountains and ocean. It is close to a sky train station for easy access to the airport or anywhere in the city. Easy walking distance to some Vancouver highlights like Gastown, English Bay and Yaletown. Staff was friendly and helpful. The pool on the 8th floor is amazing, heated so can be used year round and it is open late for a nice relaxing time at the end of the day.
Traveller from Calgary
This downtown hotel on Burrard Inlet shares Canada Place with the Alaska cruise ship terminal and Vancouver Convention & …More
We had one problem. We brought our cousins from Ontario and their room was not cleaned one night - no bed made, nothing. They did not complain but it was odd for such a well known hotel. Other than that it was great.
Located 2 blocks from Victoria's picturesque Inner Harbour, this hotel is 1 block from the convention center, 2 blocks …More
I absolutely love staying here. The location is ideal in the Whistler Village. Not as loud as staying right by all of the bars and gondola but steps away. The transfer process of leaving your skis at the base of the mountain for you in a locker is perfect. No more schlepping all of your stuff through the village stroll. And the complementary breakfast, while not amazing gastronomically, is perfect for families. The rooms are well appointed and clean. The only thing lacking is space in the gym - but the hot tubs are fine. Staff is super nice.
Traveller from seattle wa
The Pan Pacific Village Centre is located 150 m (165 yd) from the base of the Whistler/Blackcomb gondolas, and adjacent to …More
We stayed on the Gold floor (8). It was totally worth it. They had great food, free sodas, and a nice lounge. The staff there were so nice and helpful. Rented skis here and went up the slope right from the back door. Amazing skiing even in April and less people. Gotta go.
Traveller from seattle
Nestled at the foot of Blackcomb Mountain, this majestic chateau in the Upper Village is suggestive of grand Rocky Mountain …More