|Description|| Location. Located in the financial district of downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver neighbors the largest gallery in Western Canada, the Vancouver Art Gallery. The hotel is one block from shopping and dining on Robson Street and the Pacific Centre Mall. The Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre is within four blocks. The historic Gastown district and BC Place Stadium are eight blocks away. |
Hotel Features. Catering to guests such as English monarchs George VI and Queen Elizabeth, the Italian marble lobby of this chateau style hotel complements Edwardian gold frescoes and exquisite chandeliers throughout its grounds. Reigning from its prestigious address on West Georgia Street, the hotel houses Louis Vuitton, Gucci and other designer stores. Three dining venues include a bistro hosting decadent buffets and Sunday brunches, The Carvery, and legendary 900 West Lounge, offering original art, award winning martinis and performance jazz.
The business center boasts private workstations. Wireless Internet access is available in the hotel's public areas, including meeting rooms and a ballroom. Personal trainers are stationed at the health club, which offers cardiovascular equipment, and indoor and children's pools. Complimentary access to sports courts and fitness classes two blocks away are available via the concierge desk. The Absolute Spa provides pampering facials, mud wraps, massages, nail care and therapeutic treatments. Pets are greeted with complimentary welcome mats, food dishes, toys and treats.
Guestrooms. The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver's 556 guestrooms boast reproduction antique furniture in bold hues, gold trimmed mirrors and crown molding. Amenities include high speed Internet access, video game consoles and cable television. Bathrooms offer deep tubs. Minibars and coffeemakers are provided in each room.
Expert Tip. This hotel is one block from Vancouver's SkyTrain rapid transit train, leading to toured locations throughout the city, and four blocks from a ferry terminal, offering passengers on foot a casual catamaran service to the North Shore.