Fairmont Pacific Rim

Location: British Columbia | Canada

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

The Fairmont Pacific Rim takes its inspiration from nature while showcasing modern elegance, glamour and state-of-the-art technology in a unique resort-style atmosphere. The hotel even has an exclusive hotel within a hotel offering the ultimate experience in luxury.
Perfect forCelebrating a special occasion.
In the knowThe Lobby Lounge is a Vancouver hotspot. Do some celebrity-spotting while sipping on a delicious cocktail and listening to live music.

Recommended for...

  • Setting & Views
  • City Hotel
  • Family-friendly
  • Food & Wine

Hotel Overview

Where

In the heart of Vancouver.

Rooms at Fairmont Pacific Rim

The hotel’s guestrooms and suites, as well as being eco-friendly while maintaining a luxurious standard, also feature the very latest in media technology. Wake up to stunning sea and mountain views and make the most of 24-hour in-room dining by ordering breakfast from your bed.

Food and Facilities

Try locally sourced dishes at the ORU restaurant, or the giovane offers two options, being an Italian cafe and deli by day and a wine bar by night.  The Willow Stream spa has an outdoor terrace with Jacuzzis, a sauna and mediation pods, or relax in the outdoor rooftop pool and enjoy the private cabanas. There is also a ballroom for dancing the night away. At the exclusive hotel within a hotel, the Fairmont Gold, there is a private check-in, personal butler service, nightly cocktail canapés and a terrace overlooking Stanley Park.

Activities at Fairmont Pacific Rim

Shake off your travel weariness with a session in the impressive fitness centre, or pick up an art brochure for a self-guided tour around the hotel’s distinctive art and architecture. Further afield, take a walk around Stanley Park (widely considered to be one of the best urban parks in the world), where you can visit the Vancouver Aquarium, view traditional artworks such as the totem poles, and explore the beach.

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