The Best Hotels With Suites to Book in Vancouver, Canada

Splurge on the gorgeous orchid suite at the Shangri-La Vancouver
Splurge on the gorgeous orchid suite at the Shangri-La Vancouver | Courtesy of Shangri-La Vancouver / Booking.com
Photo of Pierre de Villiers
17 December 2021
View

Combining the staggering natural beauty that comes with a location near the ocean and the North Shore Mountains with a vibrant art, music and theater scene, Vancouver constantly ranks among the best places in the world to live. If you’re just passing through the Canadian city, it makes sense to pick accommodation that gives you incredible vistas, stylish interiors and a taste of the local cuisine. Pick one of these hotels with suites in Vancouver – bookable on Culture Trip – and you get exactly that.

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, for a designer stay from start to finish

A luxurious gold-and-blue suite at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
Courtesy of Fairmont Hotel Vancouver / Booking.com

Often described as the Castle in the Sky, the gorgeous, green-topped Fairmont is one of the most iconic buildings in Vancouver. Dating back to 1939, it underwent a five-year $75m renovation, completed in 2019 – including the three-bedroom suite, which features king-size beds, a kitchen, a dining room and a living room with a breakfast area. A shopping destination in its own right, the lobby is home to a number of designer shops, including Louis Vuitton and Gucci.

Delta Hotels by Marriott Vancouver Downtown Suites, for a home away from home

A king suite with water views at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Vancouver Downtown Suites
Courtesy of Delta Hotels by Marriott Vancouver Downtown Suites / Booking.com

You’ll find spacious family- and pet-friendly suites with separate bedrooms and living areas at this Vancouver favorite. A mini-fridge and flat-screen TVs with Netflix connectivity further add to the sense that this is a home away from home. The hotel also has one of the best locations in town, within walking distance of the Gastown neighborhood, Yaletown, Stanley Park and the Waterfront station.

Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront, for panoramic views

A room with harbor views and soft golden-yellow accents at the Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront
Courtesy of Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront / Booking.com

It doesn’t matter which window you peek out of at the Pinnacle, as the views are beautiful wherever you look. Choose a harbor-view room so that you can gaze out over the North Shore Mountains and Coal Harbour from Juliette or full-size balconies. In the city-view suites, you can take in the stunning Vancouver skyline from the 11th floor or higher. Prefer an outside sitting area? Book one of the fourth-floor patio rooms.

The Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver, for eclectic charm

A classic room with city views at the Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver
Courtesy of The Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver / Booking.com

The renovated suites at the Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver blend old-world charm with slick modern amenities. In the 481sqft (45sqm) grand suite, a separate living area leads to a plush pillow-top king bed in a private bedroom. The 338sqft (31sqm) executive suite has a king bed that is accessed through classic French doors, while in the bathroom, you can also sink into the soaker tub or use the separate walk-in shower.

Holiday Inn Vancouver-Centre Broadway, for central convenience

A modern one-bed guest room with city views at the Holiday Inn Vancouver-Centre Broadway
Courtesy of Holiday Inn Vancouver-Centre Broadway / Booking.com

As the name suggests, the rooms at the Holiday Inn Vancouver-Centre Broadway take you right into the beating heart of the city. A range of top-class amenities includes an easy chair, an ergonomically designed work area and a bed with a pillow-top mattress. The on-site Stages Bistro offers a diverse menu that changes with the season and focuses on West Coast and Vancouver cuisine.

Pan Pacific Vancouver, for a suite location

A stylish two-bed guest room with harbor and mountain views at the Pan Pacific Vancouver
Courtesy of Pan Pacific Vancouver / Booking.com

Offering sweeping city, harbor or mountain views, the Pan Pacific is one of the best Vancouver hotels with suites. The panoramic harbor-view room has a lot of space to stretch out, luxurious amenities and a fantastic perch to see Stanley Park, glorious sunsets and cruise ships gliding into port. To feel the breeze on your face, choose the topaz or jade suite, complete with wraparound balconies and mountain views.

Hampton Inn and Suites by Hilton Vancouver-Downtown, for sports fanatics

A tan-and-sky-blue room at the Hampton Inn and Suites by Hilton Vancouver-Downtown
Courtesy of Hampton Inn and Suites by Hilton Vancouver-Downtown / Booking.com

Sports lovers will like staying at the Hampton Inn. It’s only one block away from the BC Place Stadium – home to the Vancouver Whitecaps FC and BC Lions – and a short stroll away to Rogers Arena, where you can catch the Vancouver Canucks in action. The hotel itself is pleasingly laid-back, with understated rooms with flat-screen TVs, fridges, microwaves and coffee makers; some even have whirlpool tubs and floor-to-ceiling windows with stadium views.

Hyatt Regency Vancouver, for a stroll downtown

A light-filled room with graphic wallpaper at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver
Courtesy of Hyatt Regency Vancouver / Booking.com

Enjoy beautiful city and mountain views at this sophisticated hotel near Downtown Vancouver where modern designs combine with a homey feel. All suites include top-of-the-range amenities such as signature Hyatt Grand Beds, large wall-mounted HDTVs and iHome stereos with iPod docking stations. There’s also an outdoor heated pool, a 24-hour fitness center, a hot tub and an on-site Starbucks.

Shangri-La Vancouver, for unique Asian design

A luxurious gold room with city views at the Shangri-La Vancouver
Courtesy of Shangri-La Vancouver / Booking.com

Living up to its name, the Shangri-La is an idyllic hideaway. Each of the 119 spacious rooms and suites combines contemporary luxury with traditional Asian decor. It’s hands down one of the best hotels for cityscapes, with floor-to-ceiling windows ensuring you get eye-popping vistas of the Vancouver skyline – especially if you book a room with a private balcony. Marble bathrooms with heated floors and televisions embedded in the mirrors round off the heavenly experience.

Looking for more hotel options? Check out our guide to the best spa hotels in Vancouver, Canada, bookable with Culture Trip.

Cookies Policy

We and our partners use cookies to better understand your needs, improve performance and provide you with personalised content and advertisements. To allow us to provide a better and more tailored experience please click "OK"