A wonderful accommodation in a somewhat central Vancouver locale, Marriott offers travelers 31-stories of modern style and Canadian hospitality. Contemporary colors line the lobby, restaurants, and hallways, and wireless internet access is available in the common areas.Price: Moderately Expensive
This place is definitely a very athletic-minded option for travelers to this fabulous city. The Auberge hotel boasts a full-scale health club as a key amenity, and for that we are grateful.Price: Moderately Expensive
Don't confuse this Best Western with its sister property (Chateau Granville) because BW Downtown affords much nicer accommodations in a better location.Price: Least Expensive
This highrise, business-focused hotel is par for the upscale Four Seasons' course. As is typical for this luxury chain, guests can expect top of the food chain accommodations and superior service.Price: Expensive
Uniquely stylish and always fresh, OPUS redefines the boutique experience, blending contemporary design with warmth and intuitive service. Ninety-six guestrooms feature vibrant colors, spa bathrooms, and five lifestyle-inspired décor schemes.Price: Expensive
This former apartment building is a great athletic-minded option for travelers staying two nights or two weeks. Two Sandman's are presently operating downtown Vancouver, so be sure to book the right one.Price: Least Expensive
Sheraton's location is a "tweener:" neither the most convenient to Stanley Park nor Yaletown nor the central business district, but certainly not far from any of these desirable areas.Price: Moderately Expensive
Pan Pacific is an enormous hotel located on the harbor that serves as a convenient departure port for cruise go-ers. Ships pull up right alongside the hotel.
This historic hotel brings guests back to yesteryear. Designed and decorated with old world charm and vintage décor, Fairmont rolls out the welcome mat to those travelers seeking an upscale yet old school experience.Price: Expensive
For those wanting to stay closer to Stanley Park, the Robson Street boutiques, and the west end of the island, Listel is a good athletic-minded bet. The low-rise building blends nicely with its neighborhood surroundings, but, it's less convenient for those with business downtown.
For those looking to spend as little as possible on a room yet still have a good workout option, this is your place. Don't expect anything more than basic rooms and a clean hotel, because you're not paying for it.Price: Least Expensive