If you’re visiting from out of town you’ll find lots of places to stay. Vancouver has some great hotels, as well as bed and breakfasts and places to camp.
Below you’ll find some of the best hotels in Vancouver and the surrounding area, as well as information on campground locations.
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Vancouver’s Best Hotels
Vancouver has hundreds of hotels to choose from. Just a few of the best include the following:
- The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver – the city’s most iconic hotel, located in the heart of downtown at the corner of West Georgia and Burrard.
- The Opus Hotel – a beautiful modern and upscale boutique hotel at 322 Davie Street in Yaletown.
- The Pan Pacific – a fancy place right at Canada Place.
- Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront – a nice hotel with convention centre facilities in a central location near Coal Harbour.
- The Wedgewood – a luxury boutique hotel at 845 Hornby Street downtown.
- Vancouver Sutton Place – an upscale hotel at 845 Burrard Street.
- Rosewood Hotel Georgia – a luxury hotel in the heart of downtown at 801 West Georgia Street.
- The Fairmont Waterfront Hotel – a modern 4-star hotel across the street from Canada Place in downtown Vancouver.
- Westin Bayshore Hotel, Vancouver – an upscale hotel in Coal Harbour with some of the region’s most stunning views of Burrard Inlet and Stanley Park.
Other more affordable hotels include the pet-friendly and conveniently located Best Western Plus Sands (at 1755 Davie Street). This hotel is close to English Bay, so amazing for location, especially in the summer.
Another good affordable hotel in the downtown area is the Best Western Chateau Granville which is close to Yaletown and on Vancouver’s main street for entertainment – Granville Street. More expensive, but still reasonable for its location, is the new Coast Coal Harbour at 1180 West Hastings Street.
BEST DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER HOTELS
For a list of best places to stay in the heart of the city click Best Downtown Vancouver Hotels. Our list includes hotels ranging from 2.5-star budget accommodations to 5-star luxury resorts.
Hotels Outside Downtown
There are many excellent hotels in other parts of Metro Vancouver, including the following in different parts of town:
- In North Vancouver – the Pinnacle Hotel and Lonsdale Quay Hotel are both convenient and close to the SeaBus. To learn about other places to stay on the North Shore see our article about North Vancouver Hotels.
- By YVR Airport in Richmond – a good reasonably-priced place is the Coast Vancouver Airport, and more on the luxury side is the Fairmont Vancouver Airport.
- In Surrey – the Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel is a good place if you need to stay in Surrey. For a list of other places see our article about Surrey Hotels.
- In the Fraser Valley – reasonably priced mid-range hotels that are pet friendly include the Coast Hotels in Abbotsford, Langley and Chilliwack. If staying in Harrison Hot Springs and want to treat yourself, then definitely stay at the Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa.
- In Whistler – good hotels to consider include Pinnacle Whistler Village, Listel Whistler Hotel and Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa. Other nice hotels at Whistler can be found on the website WhatToDoInWhistler.ca.
Best Places for Camping
If you like camping in the summer, then the following are some of the best places to stay:
- Alice Lake – near Squamish off the Sea to Sky Highway
- Alouette Lake – at Golden Ears Provincial Park
- Cultus Lake – in the Fraser Valley
- Nairn Falls – a provincial park in Pemberton just north of Whistler.
- Paradise Valley – a private campground near Squamish
- Porteau Cove – a provincial park just south of Squamish
- Rolley Lake – in Mission, in the Fraser Valley
- Sasquatch – a provincial park near Harrison Hot Springs
To learn more about places to go camping see our articles about Lower Mainland Camping Opportunities and 12 Reasons to go Camping in a Recreational Vehicle.
Other articles that might be of interest include the following:
- Downtown Vancouver Hotels
- Vancouver on a Budget
- Best Places for Shopping
- 12 Reasons to Go Camping in an RV
- Lower Mainland Campgrounds
- Vancouver Bars and Restaurants