We've stayed at the Four Seasons Vancouver several times over the years when we want a relaxing getaway. We had a great stay: quiet, comfortable room, helpful staff, great bed, special requests were fulfilled upon arrival. This is a great hotel in the heart of Vancouver, we'd stay there again.
Traveller from Washington state
The Four Seasons Hotel is situated in the heart of downtown Vancouver, connected at the lower lobby level to more than 100 …More
The hotel was great. The only problem I had was checking in. I didn't get the room I booked. The Delta staff said Expedia over books rooms and I didn't book a room with a bay view. I paid extra money and got burnt.
Located on the inner waterfront overlooking downtown Victoria, this resort hotel is 2 blocks from shops and restaurants along …More
I had narrowed my hotel choice down to three well known hotels and chose this one due to the harbour setting and architectural appeal. The addition is by Arthur Erickson.I happened to stay in the Laurel Wing rather than Erickson wing, as I required two beds and only that was available. The Laurel wing is also interesting in that it's very 70's architecture with some brutalism apparent (which I enjoy). The interior is cement and red tile, with Asian accents. I hope they do not tamper with this design in the future as these are becoming more rare in this day and age. There is lovely artwork everywhere, which also lends itself to the era. I have to fault them in design as they painted some of the cement exterior white to blend in with the newer wing. I find this to be a design faux pas, in fact, architects and designers would scold such a move today. The Laurel wing rooms have small to medium sized balconies with no furniture, which is fine. They're meant to be stepped onto rather than lounged in, due to the cement balcony wall. The furniture is cleaned lined Asian/Scandinavian inspired and styled according to the hotel design which I enjoyed. The bath had Aveda bath products and sufficient towels, hair dryer etc. The room also had a mini fridge. The beds were comfortable, as were the pillows. There were also two lounge chairs in the room and desk with chair. There were also ottomans/tables for drinks and ice bucket.
Traveller from Toronto
Located on a peninsula jutting into Victoria's Inner Harbour, Inn at Laurel Point is 4 blocks from the Royal BC Museum and …More
Can't ask for a better location for the hotel. Walking distance to everything downtown. Had Easter brunch at the restaurant and was excellent. All the staff and porters are helpful, friendly and genuine. The pub next door is fun with great atmosphere. Rooms are nice with great views of the harbor.
Facing the Inner Harbour and adjacent to the Parliament Buildings, Hotel Grand Pacific is 2 blocks from the shops along …More
Wonderful hotel! . Staff was EXTREMELY friendly and accommodative. Rooms were updated, clean and spacious. Pool and hot tub were nice. Ski valet was quick and steps away from blackcomb and whistler gondolas. Overall a pleasant experience.
Traveller from Cleveland, Ohio
Located at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb, this resort has an Alpine-lodge feel and overlooks the gondolas; Whistler …More