The Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver

Location: British Columbia | Canada

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

The Sutton Place Hotel is a luxurious hotel in central Vancouver, with a prime position between downtown and the West End, just a stone’s throw from the shops and restaurants of Robson Street, while the in-house restaurant, the Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar, serves superb seafood. From the grand lobby to the attentive staff, this hotel exudes an air of elegance and tradition.   
Perfect forFive-star style in downtown Vancouver. 
In the knowThe hotel has its own wine merchant, stocking no fewer than 700 regional and international labels.

Recommended for...

  • City Hotel
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Food & Wine
  • Service & Hospitality

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

The Sutton Place Hotel is in the heart of downtown Vancouver, with a beautiful mountain and sea backdrop, with shops, restaurants and galleries right on the doorstep.

Rooms at Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver

The rooms and suites are beautifully and traditionally furnished, including handcrafted furniture, with ornate floral armchairs, silk tapestries and marble bathrooms. All rooms are bathed in natural light thanks to their floor-to-ceiling windows, while the Deluxe Rooms, situated on the higher floors, offer sweeping views over Vancouver’s skyline. The suites offer plush sofas and elegant living areas, with classic French decor and large balconies making this a space to truly unwind and relax.

Food & Drink

The Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar, Sutton Place’s flagship restaurant, is a supremely stylish space, with a grand ceiling dotted with Art Deco light fittings, a monochrome colour palette and a gleaming marble bar.

Happily, there’s top-notch food to match. Breakfast sees a selection of traditional dishes, from healthy oats and fruit to more substantial steak and eggs, while at lunch and dinner, an extensive menu of seafood dishes is on offer alongside salads, burgers and sandwiches, and locally reared meat dishes. Alternatively, head to the richly furnished Gerard Lounge for light bistro food accompanied by a long cocktail menu.

Facilities

The Vida Spa is a bright, relaxing space, where a wide range of wellness treatments are on offer from traditional massages to multi-day Ayurvedic cleanse programmes. The hotel is also home to an indoor pool and a well-equipped fitness centre, so there’s no need to skip your workout.

Activities at Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver

The hotel’s location, tucked between the West End and downtown, makes it perfect for exploring central Vancouver and its buzzing bars and restaurants. You should also take the ferry to Granville Island Public Market and enjoy a gourmet lunch from stalls piled high with local cheeses, meats, fruit and vegetables.

Beyond the West End lies Stanley Park, whose gardens, pools and hiking trails rank it among the finest city parks in the world - and you can also see colourful totem poles here. English Bay is the place to go for water-based activities, with kayaking and paddle boarding both popular options, while the famous Seawall makes for a spectacular waterfront walk.

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Hotel location

The Sutton Place Hotel is a 20-minute drive from Vancouver airport.

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