If you do opt for a downtown hotel, here are a few favorites:
Skwachàys Lodge, a boutique Gastown lodging where Indigenous artists designed the 18 one-of-a-kind rooms
The Burrard, a funky rehabbed 1950s motel downtown, built around an outdoor courtyard
The Listel, an under-the-radar city center hotel with an excellent art collection
Opus Hotel Vancouver, one of Vancouver’s most stylishly hip lodgings, in Yaletown
Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, a classic downtown hotel, built-in 1939, known for its service
Fairmont Pacific Rim, arguably Vancouver’s most luxurious lodging, with sleek Asian-inspired décor.
On a budget? The modern YWCA Hotel rents simple good-value rooms, included shared and private bath units, as well as family rooms.
Want more tips to plan your Vancouver visit? I’ve written a whole book about my favorite city: Moon Vancouver: With Victoria, Vancouver Island, & Whistler.
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