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Best Vancouver hotels to book in 2020

Here are our top picks on where to stay and how to score a bargain once you’ve chosen your accommodation.

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Whether you’re in town on business, to see the sights or just visiting friends and family, it’s always nice to have a comfortable room to come back to.

With thousands of room options at Vancouver hotels to choose from, we’ve narrowed down our list by location, budget and amenities, to make it that bit easier for you to find your perfect hotel.

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Where are the best places to stay in Vancouver?

Best cheap Vancouver hotels

Budget accommodation in Vancouver doesn’t necessarily mean dorm rooms, although these are available throughout the city too.

There are plenty of low-cost hotels that offer double rooms from as little as $75 if you’re willing to stay a little outside of the centre or travel during the off-season (from November to March) when it’s a bit cooler in the city.

Our top picks for cheap Vancouver hotels: Budget Inn Patricia Hotel, Barclay Hotel and Cambie Hostel Seymour

Best hotels in downtown Vancouver

Staying downtown means you’ll have some of the city’s best restaurants, bars and attractions right on your doorstep and will only have to rely on your own two feet to get around.

Whether you’re in town to go sightseeing or on a business trip, waking up in the heart of the city is worth forking out a bit extra for when it comes to booking a hotel in downtown Vancouver.

Our top picks for hotels in downtown Vancouver: Rosewood Hotel Georgia, Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver and Moda Hotel

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Best boutique Vancouver hotels

No two boutique hotels are the same, which is why staying in them can be so refreshing.

Vancouver has a smattering of chic hotels offering in-house spas, European flare and artsy vibes for more than reasonable prices.

Our top picks for boutique Vancouver hotels: OPUS Hotel, Wedgewood Hotel and L'Hermitage Hotel

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Best pet-friendly Vancouver hotels

With plenty of off-leash parks, dog-friendly beaches and hotels that pander to cats and dogs, Vancouver is a great option for a city break with your four-legged companion.

Our top picks for pet-friendly Vancouver hotels: Hotel BLU, Loden Vancouver and The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

Best for luxury: Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
Best for luxury: Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

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Best for proximity to parks: Hotel BLU Vancouver
Best for proximity to parks: Hotel BLU Vancouver

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Best for luxurious pet beds: Loden Vancouver
Best for luxurious pet beds: Loden Vancouver

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Best Vancouver waterfront hotels

Extravagant luxury is the name of the game along Vancouver’s waterfront, with high-rise hotels offering stunning views of Vancouver’s coastal mountains, spa facilities and 5-star service.

You will find a smattering of more affordable, low-key hotels here too, but you’ll need to book in advance to secure a room in those.

Our top picks for Vancouver waterfront hotels: The Sylvia Hotel, Granville Island Hotel and Fairmont Pacific Rim

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Alternative Vancouver accommodation options

Airbnb and Stayz in Vancouver tend to offer up quirkier properties with lower price tags compared to the high-end names you’ll find in town. These are great for any large groups or families who want to save a few pennies on self-catered accommodation or those who prefer more freedom while travelling.

Camping is limited but not impossible within the city itself. Capilano River RV Park has a handful of riverside spots in West Vancouver which is a stone’s throw away from Stanley Park and just a 10-minute drive from downtown. For something a little more scenic, consider jumping on a ferry to Vancouver Island, where you’ll find plenty of campsites suitable for RVs and tents.

Frequently asked questions about Vancouver hotels

Which hotels are near Vancouver airport?

The Fairmont Vancouver Airport Hotel offers luxury, in-terminal accommodation, with a double room and access to the onsite spa costing around $200 a night. The Pacific Gateway Hotel and The Westin Wall Centre are home to more budget-friendly rooms, a couple of kilometres away from the airport.

Which hotels are near Vancouver General Hospital?

Park Inn and Suites by Radisson and Holiday Inn Vancouver Centre Broadway are all within walking distance of the Vancouver General Hospital, which is just south of Downtown Vancouver.

Which hotels are near Rogers Arena in Vancouver?

The home of the Vancouver Canucks, Rogers Arena is where you’ll want to be to catch a hockey game during your visit. It’s conveniently located just outside of downtown Vancouver, which is also home to budget-friendly hotels such as the YWCA Hotel. If you’re in the market for 4-star dwellings, try Hotel BLU.

Which hotels are near the Vancouver Convention Centre?

Sitting proudly on Vancouver’s waterfront, this state-of-the-art facility is hard to miss. If you’re in town for work or to catch a convention, the Fairmont Pacific Rim offers some of the closest rooms to the centre, along with The Pinnacle Hotel and Vancouver Marriott.

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