On the waterfront in the heart of Vancouver, Fairmont Pacific Rim offers expansive views of the North Shore Mountains, Stanley Park and Coal Harbor. Each of the luxurious guestrooms is exceptional, but stay on the Fairmont Gold floor for its exclusive lounge, butler service, evening canapés and more. Delight in the offerings of Willow Stream Spa, discover Vancouver on concierge-crafted itineraries or settle into one of the cabanas set around the rooftop pool. For dinner, enjoy one of these distinct dining destinations; giovane café + eatery + market and The Lobby Lounge, the latter of which hosts live music nightly.
Full Breakfast for two daily. Also available with room service
$100 USD Food and Beverage or Spa credit, per room, per stay (Not applicable for spa retail products)
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Vancouver is a clean, safe, scenic and culturally diverse city that combines the energy found in many cosmopolitan cities with the beauty of a world class resort. Where else can you golf, ski and sail all in the same day! Our prized oceanfront location puts the very best of Vancouver at your doorstep. The city's most tempting restaurants, superb shopping, world class theatre and sporting events and a plethora of other activities.
Golf enthusiasts will love Vancouver's rolling green spaces, mountain views and fresh sea air. There aremany excellent courses within a 20 to 60 minute drive from the hotel.
There are three skiing areas within a 45-minute drive.
Grouse Mountain (downhill only)
Mount Seymour (cross-country and downhill) and
Cypress Mountain (cross-country and downhill)Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains are located in Whistler, British Columbia, which is a two hour drive from downtown Vancouver.
There are several theatre’s within walking distance of the hotel, following are three that we recommend.
Originally opened on November 7, 1927 as a vaudeville house,
The Orpheum was the largest and most opulent theatre on the Pacific Coast. It is also the permanent home of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and a restored concert hall that hosts a variety of pop, classical, choral and chamber recitals.Celebrating its 39th season of producing professional live theatre, the Arts Club Theatre Company has several locations around the city for you to enjoy. Their popular productions range from musicals and contemporary comedies to new works and classics
Listed below are a few of the better known hiking trails in Vancouver, BC:
Spirit Regional Park
One of North America's largest urban parks covering 1,000 acres, Stanley Park is perfect for the fitnessenthusiast. Facilities include an aquarium, a zoo, 22 miles (33 km) of hiking and walking trails. There arealso cycling paths, tennis courts, Indian Totem Poles and a scenic drive. Stanley Park is connected via theseawall, and approximately 1 mile (1.5 km) from the hotel.
Vancouver is a cyclist's dream! There are trails in 16 regional parks, including the popular 6.2 miles (10 km)seawall route along Stanley Park's shore and the 10.5 miles (17 km) route along the Spanish Banks. There are more than a dozen rental shops in the downtown area that rent all types of bicycles. Rollerblades are also available.
Fishing and charter boat rentals are only minutes from the hotel.
There are 17 outdoor courts located in nearby Stanley Park.
The Pacific Center
This downtown Vancouver shopping mecca offers over 165 shops including two large department stores - The Bay and Holt Renfrew.
Vancouver's answer to Rodeo Drive is located a few short blocks from The Fairmont Pacific Rim. In this trendy Vancouver shopping district you will enjoy designer shops such as Armani Exchange, Chanel, Fendi,Banana Republic, The Gap, Mexx, and HMV Megastore as well as numerous sidewalk cafes, restaurants and bars.
Just a few minutes away from the doorstep of The Fairmont Pacific Rim, the young, well-heeled and hip have transformed rows of former warehouses into a digital district with stylish brick and beam offices, lofts, boutiques, trendy dining, clubs and microbrewery pubs.
Just over the Granville Street Bridge, this 10-block stretch of Granville Street--from Sixth Avenue up to 16th Avenue--is where Vancouver's old-money enclave of Shaughnessy comes to shop. Classic and expensive men's and women's clothiers, and houseware and furniture boutiques predominate. This area is also the heart of Vancouver's gallery row.
This historic district, which is where you may find the true origins of Vancouver, is home to many of the city's finest hotels and restaurants, along with funkier venues like the Hard Rock Café, Foghorns Barn Grill, and The Old Spaghetti Factory. Art galleries, gift shops, antique stores, jazz halls, and nightclubs line the cobblestone streets.
Canada Place Complex
This architectural landmark on Vancouver's waterfront houses the World Trade Centre, Vancouver's Convention and Exhibition Center and the Cruise Ship Terminal.
Capilano Suspension Bridge
Visitors to British Columbia are invited to experience a toe-tingling trip 25 stories above the Capilano Canyon on the longest suspended footbridge in the world. The nature park also offers a large selection of colorful Totem Poles and Native Indian carvers continue this centuries-old tradition on a daily basis for visitors to watch.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Gardens
Vancouver's living treasure. See how 52 master craftsmen utilized treasured natural materials to create this unique expression of Chinese culture. This garden is the first of its kind on the North American continent.
The birthplace of Vancouver, Gastown is the oldest part of the city and is still lined with cobblestone streets and features an authentic steam clock, shopping and restaurants.
Granville Island contains an array of theatres, artists studios, craft shops and a large public market. The Island also boasts many restaurants, marinas and its own brewery.
Located 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver, this year round sightseeing destination offers a skyride tram which, on a clear day, looks back onto the extraordinary beauty of Vancouver. Enjoy downhill skiing, snowshoeing and sleigh rides in the winter or join an interpretive hike, a lumberjack competition, or try paragliding in the summer.
Museum of Anthropology
This unique collection is found in an architecturally stunning building. With special recognition given to the achievements of the northwest coast Indians, the museum features a spectacular collection of authentic west coast Totem poles and work by renowned Haida artist Bill Reid. The museum also showcases other artifacts from around the world.
Rocky Mountain Rail Tours
Experience the romance of rail travel aboard the exciting Rocky Mountaineer. This two day, all-daylight tour travels through more than 600 miles of wonderful scenery along the legendary rail routes of Western Canada.
One of North America's largest urban parks, covering 1,000 acres, the park includes an aquarium, 22 miles of hiking and walking trails, plus cycling paths, tennis courts, Indian Totem poles and a scenic drive.
A visit to the museum is an easy way to learn about Vancouver's past. Exhibits vividly depict the city's story from the time of explorations to the beginning of World War I.
Visit Canada's largest aquarium and winner of Attractions Canada's 'B.C.'s Best International Attraction'. Beluga whales, dolphins, sea otters, seal, sharks and much more. Allow two hours for your visit to fully enjoy all this facility has to offer (located in Stanley Park).
A bustling traditional Chinatown lies just east of the downtown core. Stop in at one of the many restaurants for a delicious dim sum lunch and then enjoy shopping at the various markets before visiting the tranquil Dr. Sun Yat Sen Gardens.
An interactive science centre suitable for the entire family. Exhibits explore themes such as physics and British Columbia's natural history. The Kid's Space Gallery will be a favourite with the younger children. Science World also offers films in the Alcan Omnimax Theatre which is the world's largest big screen dome.
Vancouver Art Gallery
Located in the former Vancouver Courthouse building, this spectacular heritage site offers contemporary and historic exhibits. Also home to a collection of paintings by renowned BC artist Emily Carr. For information on the latest exhibits, please see
Queen Elizabeth Park
Perched atop a hill, Queen Elizabeth Park offers panoramic views of the city of Vancouver. This park features examples of all the native trees found across Canada along with many exotic species, a beautiful sunken quarry garden and the Bloedel Floral Conservatory with its many climactic zones displaying a huge variety of plants and a superb selection of free-flying tropical birds.
Van Dusen Botanical Garden
This spectacular 22 hectre (55 acre) garden located in the heart of Vancouver, contains over 7500 plants assembled from six continents placed artistically amidst woodlands and tranquil lakes. It also offers an Elizabethan maze for families and an international sculpture collection for art lovers.
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