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Vancouver is an urban marvel, a combination of glittering glass high-rises in the waterfront downtown area, sandy beaches just beyond, lush rainforests dotting the landscape and snowy peaks in the distance. The stylings of the Fairmont Pacific Rim are inspired by natural surroundings and the hotel's five-star amenities will be your sophisticated home base during your time in the coastal city. Jump on a bike to explore the many trails, coast around the bay in a kayak or make the short drive to a ski resort. Save your evenings for cozying up in your state-of-the-art hotel. Located in the financial district and Coal Harbor, you'll be centrally located.
Named for philanthropist Whitford Julian VanDusen, this public garden sprawls 54 acres. Weather permitting, guided tours are available. Don't miss the center building, inspired by and designed to look like an orchid.
This national historic site is a lovely urban rainforest. Take advantage of miles of trails, scenic beaches, on-site restaurants and historical landmarks. It's easy to spend an entire day here and we recommend doing just that.
Macaroon lovers will salivate over the treats at French Made Baking at 81 Kingsway. If you'd rather prepare them yourself, the café offers pastry classes. Stop in for a hot crêpe with salted caramel sauce.
Nothing spells luxury like a private cabana rental. Enjoy yours from Fairmont Pacific Rim's rooftop pool. Open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., recline in the shade of palm trees at the top of it all.
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Fairmont Hotels and Resorts have been bringing luxury hospitality to guests around the world for over 100 years. Each property is carefully designed to respect and reflect the surrounding destination, all while bringing exquisite service and amenities to their guests.
Of all cities in Canada, Vancouver's climate is the most mild. Summer months tend to be dry and most rain happens between October and March. Winters are dark with early sunsets and temperatures are comfortable year-round.
Stay current during your visit by picking up an issue of the Vancouver Sun or accessing their news online. Issues are released six days a week, Monday to Saturday, and the paper is the perfect resource for a local calendar of events.