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The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

900 West Georgia St
Vancouver, BC V6C 2W6

(604) 684-3131

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (131 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
24-hour security Cable TV Coffee Maker Connecting rooms Fitness Facility Hair Dryer Hot Tub hotel ironing board Meeting rooms Parking Parking C$30 £15 Restaurant Room service Sauna Spa Valet Parking Wheelchair accessible Whirlpool Wi-fi

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Hours: Sun & Sat 8am-1am; Mon-Tue & Thu 8am-12am; Wed 10am-10pm; Fri 5am-6am, 12pm-1pm
Status: Open
Payment Methods: MasterCard, American Express, Discover


Situated in the very heart of Vancouver's city centre, the iconic The Fairmont Vancouver is a beautiful and impressive landmark, a “castle in the city”. Its classic style interior design exudes grandeur and timeless elegance; its large ballrooms are the ideal setting for dreamlike weddings and social events. The Vancouver Art Gallery is located next door; Vancouver Convention Centre and the BC...
by skoosh on August 05, 2019 from skoosh


Two dining outlet choices - griffins restaurant a stylish <br/><br/>brasserie features a fresh breakfast and lunch buffet <br/><br/>selection and a unique open-kitchen concept. A decadent <br/><br/>dessert buffet offered nightly. A la carte available. The <br/><br/>900 west lounge located just off of the main lobby - offers <br/><br/>a relaxed atmosphere with live entertainment nightly - <br/><br/>delicious menu items...
by travelocityca on August 20, 2011 from travelocityca


Not What it Once Was: It's wonderful to have such a historic institution as the old "Hotel Vancouver" but it's looking a little tired in some of the rooms and it's horrendously expensive. Very well located though.
Rated 3 stars by aline on February 09, 2011
Arrogant arsholes: This hotel used to be loved. I would totally stay away from it. The shower was icecold, the bed soft, and the rates ridiclous in this time of recession. Plus they have a fur store in the lobby seliing dead rabbits! STAY AWAY! Lost in another world, another time.
Rated 1 stars by Kathy on May 28, 2009

Editorial Reviews

A landmark in the city since Queen Elizabeth first opened the property in 1939, the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver has been brought up to 21st-century standards but retains its traditional, old-fashioned elegance -- such as the glass-fronted mail chute that runs through every floor and trunk-sized closets. The rooms are spacious, quiet, and comfortable. The bathrooms (with tub/shower combinations)...
by travelnytimes on October 27, 2012 from travelnytimes
There's been a grand château-style hotel on this spot since 1888, when the Canadian Pacific Railway opened the first Hotel Vancouver. The hotel's current incarnation, with its peaked copper roof, opened in 1939 for the royal visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth and is one of the city's most striking landmarks. The 556 rooms and suites are decorated with old-school elegance: lots of...
by concierge on February 03, 2012 from concierge
Opened by the Queen in 1939 and still grand and glittering through incarnations and generations, the Hotel Vancouver is nothing short of a talisman in the skyline. Steeped in tradition, from the elegant port-coch è re entrance to formal high tea served in the richly paneled 900 West lobby lounge amid the tinkling of grand piano, swish Fairmont service fits the near-hallowed halls of this...
by blackbookmag on November 10, 2008 from blackbookmag

Information from the business

Specialties<br/><br/>"Turning moments into memories"<br/><br/>History<br/><br/>Established in 1939<br/><br/>Some of Canada's most unique features are the majestic railway hotels that were built across the country by the Canadian Pacific and the Canadian National Railways. For their time, these hotels were miracles of construction and engineering. Everything that went into them was the biggest and best of their time and they...
by yelp on June 04, 2014 from yelp
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