The recently renovated Fairmont Hotel Vancouver reflects the timeless luxury and history of Vancouver. Offering an indoor pool and exceptional service!
- 1 night of luxury hotel accommodation at Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
- Book by Sep 30: 10% off and complimentary breakfast for 2!
(Price reflects below. Breakfast is valued at $80)
|Valid until September 30, 2021||from $386 + $78 tax||from $449 + $82 tax|
|October 1-December 30, 2021||from $296 + $56 tax||from $296 + $56 tax|
|Rates are per night based on single or double occupancy|
|Stay for 2 nights or more to receive 25% off and complimentary parking, valued $62 per day! (instead of breakfast for 2)|
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Children: 18 years and under stay free with accompanying adult.
Cancel up to 24 hours prior. Booking management fee non refundable.
For the health and safety of all who visit, we require that all guests, visitors and employees wear face coverings in all indoor public spaces. Masks may be removed to enjoy food and drinks in the restaurant.
Fairmont Hotel Vancouver is known as the ‘Castle in the City’, symbolizing timeless elegance and luxury since 1939. Holding a prime downtown location, we are minutes away from Vancouver’s biggest attractions including Granville Island, Robson Street shopping, Stanley Park Seawall, Vancouver Aquarium, Gastown, and Science World. Our knowledgeable concierge team is delighted to assist with suggestions, dining reservations and more. Be sure to meet our Labrador canine ambassadors, Elly and Ella.
Fairmont Hotel Vancouver is the proud recipient of a Forbes Travel Guide Four Star rating for 2020.
In spring 2019, Fairmont Hotel Vancouver completed a five-year $75M multiphase renovation project showcasing a new lobby and restaurant, guest rooms including the luxurious Fourteenth Floor Heritage Suites, new Fairmont Gold product featuring guest rooms and private lounge, as well as the addition of 8,000 sq. ft. of meeting space.
Pool & Fitness Centre
Enjoy our state-of-the-art Fitness Centre and indoor swimming pool.
The Fitness Center is open 24 hours a day with a maximum capacity of 10 people. The swimming pool is open from 6am to 11pm with a maximum capacity of 10 people.
Please note that there is no hot tub at this time.
All Safe and Well.
We are committed to ensuring that you stay safe and stay well in all of our hotels. To learn more about our All Safe and Well sanitation program and standards, click here and Reopening FAQ.
One of North America’s largest urban parks covering 1,000 acres, Stanley Park is perfect for the nature lover or fitness enthusiast. Facilities include the Vancouver Aquarium, a pitch & putt course and outdoor tennis courts. There are also cycling and rollerblading paths as well as 22 miles (33km) of hiking and walking trails.
Vancouver Aquarium (temporarily closed until further notice)
Visit Canada’s largest aquarium and winner of Attractions Canada’s ‘B.C.’s Best International Attraction’. Get up close with some of the world’s most elusive creatures; every visit is an unforgettable one. Located in Stanley Park, they’re open to visitors from around the world.
Queen Elizabeth Park
Perched atop a hill, Queen Elizabeth Park offers panoramic views of the city of Vancouver. This park features examples of all the native trees found across Canada along with many exotic species, a beautiful sunken quarry garden and the Bloedel Floral Conservatory with its many climactic zones displaying a huge variety of plants and a superb selection of free-flying tropical birds.
Located 20 minutes from downtown Vancouver, this year round destination offers a skyride tram which, on a clear day, looks back onto the extraordinary beauty of Vancouver. Enjoy downhill skiing, snowshoeing and sleigh rides in the winter.
Granville Island in Vancouver contains an array of theatres, artists studios, craft shops and a large public market. The Island also boasts many restaurants, marinas and its own brewery.
Explore Historic Gastown
Unwind in the historic neighborhood of Gastown, located ten minutes northeast of the hotel, noted for its quaint cobblestone streets, late-Victorian architecture and unique First Nations galleries and souvenir shops. Visit the world’s first Historic Steam Clock, enjoy a hot latte or a cold beer on a sidewalk patio and watch life go by.