Visited Vancouver in mid September for a combination of business and pleasure. The Fairmont Pacific Rim is a beautiful hotel in an active, vibrant city. The staff, from the front desk to housekeeping, could not have been friendlier or more helpful. They made my stay perfect. The lobby bar was very active and fun, even when everything else in the neighborhood was quiet. Everything you could possibly need is within walking distance. When I get back to Vancouver I likely wouldn't consider staying anywhere else.
Traveller from Michigan
Coal Harbour and the North Shore Mountains are among the waterfront views offered by the Fairmont Pacific Rim, which adjoins …More
The facilities were excellent, great room, nice view, walking distance to everything downtown. The staff were ho-hum.
My thoughts are if you pay for a luxury room/ hotel the staff should know this and appreciate it. I won't say rude but I can say unfriendly. I'll stay somewhere else downtown Victoria next time because of the unwelcome feeling.
Facing the Inner Harbour and adjacent to the Parliament Buildings, Hotel Grand Pacific is 2 blocks from the shops along …More
We arrived around 1:30 and were allowed to check-in early. We were offered a mountain view for an additional small fee which we accepted. Rather than paying the fee for parking, we took the advice of other travellers and parked in the free lot which was not too far away. We had booked the one room suite with a king sized bed. The suite was simply amazing, with a fully-equipped kitchen complete with dishes, pots, pans, small appliances, washer and dryer, balcony, gas fireplace, sleeper sofa, coffee table, etc. After 3 weeks of travelling, it was nearly as if we were at home instead of just a regular hotel room, so rather than go out to a restaurant, we decided to purchase some salmon, potatoes for baking, veggies and wine in the Whistler grocery store. Later we roasted some chestnuts and finished the bottle of wine with the gas fireplace on since it was a cool, rainy day. Check-out was quick and efficient. Although renovations were being made in the front lobby, it had minimal impact on us. We would return again!
Traveller from Ontario
Surrounded by Whistler's trendiest shops as well as popular restaurants and activities, this all-suite hotel is just four …More
"Best sleep ever! The hotel staff were wonderful."
The room was spotless and they have the most comfortable robes! Fire was light and room was nice and toasty when we got there. They have a decently priced breakfast/food deal and the staff was very accommodating. Perfect location, settled just outside of the noise from the shopping/food center but definitely close enough to walk!! Even in the autumn it's such nice views and plenty to do! Must see in winter!!!
Traveller from Vancouver,WA
Located at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb, this resort has an Alpine-lodge feel and overlooks the gondolas; Whistler …More
The staff were friendly & professional. The room was quiet & comfortable - we loved that there was tea & coffee available in the room (great for after a long walk). We were celebrating a special occasion & there was a delightful card & treat left for us. The bed was so incredibly comfortable - the closest description I could think of is, it's like sleeping on a cloud !
Nestled at the foot of Blackcomb Mountain, this majestic chateau in the Upper Village is suggestive of grand Rocky Mountain …More