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Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

Timeless style at 'The Castle in the Sky'

The Fairmont Vancouver hotel is an iconic part of the Vancouver skyline with its castle-like facade and luxurious fittings. It was opened in May of 1939, in time for the royal visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth and is located near Robson Street - perfect for shoppers! Within its walls you will find the luxurious Absolute Spa, an exclusive Fairmont Gold floor, a state of the art health club and award winning restaurants. A superior hotel in all respects.

 

Hayes & Jarvis Rating

Guide Price

 £1,299  per person
Hotel Category
Luxury
TripAdvisor Review
Tripadvisor rating 4204 Reviews
Vancouver

Hotel highlights

  • Located in the heart of Vancouver
  • Iconic castle-like building dating from 1939
  • Indoor lap pool and saunas
  • Lavish interior with timeless decor
  • The Roof restaurant serves fine-dining and unrivalled city views
  • Modern spa centre for relaxation

Hotel Features

General Information

  • Check-in Time:
    02:00
  • Check-out Time:
    11:00
  • 557 rooms

Main Facilities

  • Indoor pool

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

4204 Reviews 81% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 2282
  • Very Good 1199
  • Average 407
  • Poor 187
  • Terrible 129

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness

Reviews

Mar 17, 2020

Fairmont is my kryptonite.....

Toronto, Canada

Why, oh why, do I do this to myself? You’d think I’d learn. Travelling all over as I do. You’d think. You really would. But, alas, the Fairmont chain is my kryptonite. Needed somewhere to stay. Quickly. Downtown Vancouver. Stayed here. And won’t do it again. Let me be brief. Cause if you’ve read this far you really don’t want me going on at length. Charm and old building? 9/10. Amenities and value for money? 2/10 I don’t mean overall value. I mean relative value. Lots of places are more expensive. But for $650 for two nights you’d think they’d include a fan in the small, old bathroom (as opposed to an old steel passive vent that likely stopped working in 1967). And the bottom of the shower/tub looks like something that’s waiting in line for a retrofit in a social housing project in Baltimore. Free wifi is so slow that you have to consider the possibility that it’s done on purpose so you want to upgrade to the one you have to pay for. And who actually charges for wifi anymore? So, in conclusion, for the money you can get much better in this city. If you like old bricks and charm, stay here. But if you would like to avoid almost literally travelling back in time to 1890, don’t.
Mar 13, 2020

Awesome Anniversary

We went for our anniversary and had a wonderful stay on the Gold Floor. Beginning with an early check in Friday to Sunday morning checkout we were given exceptional service. From a beautifully renovated room to private concierge, anniversary chocolates, champagne and all the amenities the Gold Floor offers it was wonderful.
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