Vancouver is a top spot for a romantic break, with a mountainous backdrop, a scenic waterfront, a mouth-watering culinary scene and a wealth of culture to dip into. The metropolis is also home to a spread of hotels that will help you get into the amorous swing of things. Here we reveal some of the most romantic hotels in Vancouver, all bookable on Culture Trip.
Check into this characterful boutique hotel for a hotel room to remember. Skwachàys has 18 rooms and suites and each one features unique interiors designed by an indigenous artist. Each space has a theme, with hummingbirds, the Northern Lights and the ocean among the inspirations. The King Salmon room has a romantic feel, with a black and lipstick-red color scheme, while the Water room has a calming atmosphere, with a natural wood headboard bejeweled with pebbles. Each stay goes towards funding the Skwachàys artist in residence program.
This award-winning boutique hotel is in the heart of the city, yet it is a peaceful oasis, with Scandinavian-style interiors and floor-to-ceiling windows serving up top city views. Cocoon yourself in the calm atmosphere and explore all the property has to offer, from the excellent on-site bistro to the bone-warming infrared sauna. If you want to take your romantic break up a notch, book into the heavenly garden terrace suite, which includes a private patio and deep soaking tub.
This hotel oozes five-star luxury from the get-go, with chandeliers dripping from the lobby, friendly staff to greet you on check-in and a glossy grand piano just waiting to be played. The 119 rooms and suites continue the luxe theme, and you’ll feel every inch the star jumping into bed here. The on-site restaurant is a must-visit, with Italian-inspired dishes ranging from braised duck to tomato polenta and a delectable tiramisu. However, the icing on the cake is the state-of-the-art spa, which gives you access to a highly Instagrammable rooftop pool.
An air of romance sweeps through this refined Rosewood outpost at the heart of downtown. First opened in 1927, this hotel quickly became one of the most fashionable Vancouver retreats, and thanks to an extensive renovation it was returned to its former glory in 2011. Rooms and suites feature an attractive mix of contemporary and period features, with creams and golds setting an elegant tone. Upgrade to a top-tier suite with fireplace, plunge pool and a rooftop garden terrace. The Hawksworth Restaurant is worth checking out even if you’re not staying here, with a delicious menu curated by award-winning chef David Hawksworth. The seafood platter for two will be sure to get you in the mood.
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