The Best Hotels to Book in Burnaby, Canada

Explore the best of British Colombia without breaking the bank in Burnaby, Canada
Explore the best of British Colombia without breaking the bank in Burnaby, Canada | Courtesy of Inn at the Quay / Expedia
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8 December 2021
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East of Vancouver, lesser-known Burnaby is a brilliant jumping-off point for all the region’s delights – including forested hiking trails, art galleries and the rambling Capilano Suspension Bridge. And yet, despite its brilliant transport links and quaint neighborhoods, accommodation here can be a relative bargain – sometimes a fraction of what you’ll pay in the “big city” center. That’s an excuse to trade up – or, better yet, to stay longer – and explore more of British Columbia’s natural wonders. Whatever your budget and whatever your style, here are the best hotels in Burnaby, Canada – bookable on Culture Trip.

The Chateau

The front entrance to the Chateau
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With all the perks of a hotel stay and all the freedom of self-catering – think full kitchens, laundry facilities and rooms to spread out in – properties run by the Chateau are the best of both worlds. Choose from one-bedroom pads, great for couples and families, all the way up to four-bedroom homes large enough for family reunions. All come with facilities for a summer burger barbecue and a handy location within striking distance of the must-see Capilano Suspension Bridge.

Delta Hotels by Marriott Burnaby Conference Centre

A double room at Delta Hotels by Marriott Burnaby Conference Centre
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Coming to Burnaby for business? Delta Hotels by Marriott Burnaby Conference Centre lets you work in style – contemporary bedrooms with big windows overlook the city and polished desks help you prepare for that big presentation. Multiple on-site dining options mean that you don’t need to head out if you’re tired after a long day of meetings – just tuck into calamari or pork chops at the Atlas Steak + Fish restaurant, washed down with Canadian craft beers.

Accents Inns Burnaby

Family room at Accents Inns Burnaby
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When traveling as a family, it can be handy to have a stay with a kitchenette so you can whip up snacks for little ones or early brekkies on demand. Book into Accents Inn Burnaby and you’ll not only get cooking spaces, but also homely bedrooms in the hues of the nearby Pacific Ocean. A fitness room and hot tub soothe jet-lagged muscles – while a free shuttle service lets you explore the area without having to budge your car from the comfort of the free hotel parking lot.

Element Vancouver Metrotown

Indoor pool at Element Vancouver Metrotown
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With polished dark wood floors, sage walls, broad windows overlooking the city center and mountains, Element is a swish pick when you’re booking into Burnaby’s Metrotown. The breakfast area is especially cheery – with its sprawling outdoor terrace and a rainbow of fresh juices and bountiful hot coffees to kick off your day. A 24/7 fitness center is on hand if you need to burn off the excesses of neighboring Vancouver’s fine-dining scene. Meanwhile, an indoor saltwater pool is a dreamy spot to unwind at the end of a day’s hiking in the nearby hills.

Holiday Inn Express Vancouver-Metrotown

Outdoor pool area at Holiday Inn Express Vancouver-Metrotown
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If you haven’t got a car for exploring, the Holiday Inn Express Vancouver-Metrotown is a solid pick – you’re right across the street from well-connected Metrotown station, whisking you to Downtown Vancouver in minutes. Not that you’ll necessarily want to be dashing off – an outdoor pool is a brilliant suntrap in the summer months, while a free breakfast buffet gives you the excuse to have a lazy morning over eggs and bacon. The rooms? All that you need them to be: simple, clean and comfy.

Hilton Vancouver Metrotown

Aerial view of Hilton Vancouver Metrotown
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A rambling 90ha (222acres), Burnaby’s Central Park is a meeting place for the whole community – from dog-walkers and exercisers to friends strolling with coffees. Just a couple of blocks away, the Hilton Vancouver Metrotown is so walkable you can make daily morning visits – just like the locals do. The rooms have a crisp modern feel, with cream walls, grey sofas and the occasional pops of citrus color. Don’t miss the rooftop outdoor pool – especially refreshing on steamy summer mornings.

Inn at the Quay

A river view of the Inn at the Quay
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Home to one of Burnaby’s best hotel views, the Inn at the Quay is perched right on the banks of the Fraser River and boasts striking architectural design. Popular with local weddings and events, the luxe property is the perfect spot for popping corks on special occasions. Book a table at the Boathouse Restaurant and feast on lobster and oysters plucked straight from Pacific waters. Fancy heading out? There are more than a dozen other restaurants on your doorstep, serving up everything from sushi to Mexican cuisine.

Best Western Plus Burnaby Hotel

Front entrance of the Best Western Plus Burnaby Hotel
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South of vast Deer Lake Park, this easy-going, traditional hotel is a good bet for lovers of the Canadian outdoors. Rooms with butter-yellow walls and flashes of blue make for a comfortable place to bed down after hiking, cycling, or wildlife spotting. Make the most of the free breakfast and fill up on toast and eggs ahead of a day of exploring – the 24-hour front desk can point you in the direction of the best alfresco adventures to suit your interests.

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