Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

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4016 Reviews
Guide Price £1,269 per person
Based on 03 April 19 departure from London Heathrow flying with British Airways, staying for 5 nights room only in a Fairmont Room (2 adults sharing) including return private transfers.
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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.


  • 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

Hotel Category


Main Facilities

  • Indoor pool

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only
Location Highlights

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

4016 Reviews 81% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 2166
  • Very Good 1158
  • Average 391
  • Poor 181
  • Terrible 121

What to Expect

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Jul 16, 2019

Good location with some good amenities for an older site

Seattle, Washington

Spent a week here and it was overall a good experience, and I'd consider staying again. Pros: * Location, location, location. Walking distance to everything. Next door to the art gallery, very close to the popular Robson Street, a bit of a hike to Stanley Park (though better than driving and trying to park), etc. Great location! * Pool is good if you have kids as it's only 4 feet deep and there's a kiddy wading pool. * Rooms are spacious. * Views of the city and waterfront. * Robes for kids! They also advertise stools for kids (and they got us one, though they were confused at first and the one we got said hotel services). * Kids were comped dinner with the purchase of two adult dinners. * Bed were extremely comfortable! Slept almost as good as I do at home, and that's paying a big compliment. Cons: * Parking is lame. I really don't like paying with tickets -- just add the fee to my stay and let me have in and out privileges already! The machine didn't work half the time, which meant I had to call (and wait a LONG time each time) to talk to someone to get it sorted so I could head out. * Lack of a fridge and wardrobe in room. C'mon folks. These rooms are big. You could absolutely fit a small fridge and a wardrobe. Closet was tiny, as were the two small pull out drawers near the mini bar. Definitely not a good plan or use of space. * Shower was not consistent in temp. One morning it was scalding hot, the next it was freezing, and this was without touching the dial. Worse, you couldn't make appreciable changes despite turning the dial to the extreme in either direction. That was lame, and no one could help fix it. * Walls are a bit thin, which means you can hear your neighbors with unfortunately good clarity. * I really wish you could use the luggage carts without needing an employee. When checking out, it means you have to pay to exit the parking lot, park in front of a VERY busy drop-off section, and try to load your car as quickly as possible! Unnecessarily stressful! * Staffing at registration desk. C'mon, 2 employees?! There was a line clear out the door. That's unacceptable.
Jul 15, 2019

Good location, service and comfort!

Arlington, Virginia

We were especially impressed with the quality of the accommodation for the quite reasonable group rate we were able to access for the event we attended. The room was spacious with a nice view and an extremely comfortable king bed. Bathroom was sleek and updated, with great towels (one of my travel pet peeves).
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