Vancouver, British Columbia

  • Stroll along the 13.7-mile Seawall, an uninterrupted waterfront path that hugs that harbor
  • Situated at the highest point in Vancouver, Queen Elizabeth Park is home to a conservatory, a landscaped quarry garden, and an arboretum.
  • Head to Granville Island to sample fresh seafood and produce, and shop artisan wares in the open-air Public Market.
  • Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia houses thousands of cultural artifacts, including massive First Nations totem poles.
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Canadian Coastal Rainforest

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.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Vancouver International Airport (YVR)
  • Mainland
    British Columbia
  • Canadian Municipality
    Eighth Largest
  • Climate
  • Push Performance Arts Festival
  • Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival

Fresh Things To Do

Featured Activity

  • Fairmont Pacific Rim Dining

    ORU. Inspired by the Pacific Northwest, the cuisine at ORU puts an emphasis on locally-sourced ingredients. Highlights from their extensive brunch buffet menu include housemade bacon, pork, turkey sausage, omelettes and mini sugar doughnuts. Warm up at lunch with West Coast clam chowder or coconut corn soup. For dinner, is there anything more appealing than lobster tagliatelle? Save room for dessert - lemon tarts, ginger cheesecake and raspberry shortcake are just a few of your options.

    The RawBar at Lobby Lounge. The RawBar is a relatively new establishment, opened in 2014. Its accolades include its status as the city's first 100 percent Ocean Wise sushi destination, meaning the menu's delicacies are always responsibly and sustainably sourced. Adventurous types will love the Omakase - your chef will surprise you with their best specials from the day.

    giovane café and eatery. Self-described as Italian fare in a modern space, giovane café also offers a "candybar" of treats for the sweet-toothed.

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Travel Tips


  • Forecasting Your Vancouver Vacation
    The verdant forests and mountains surrounding Vancouver have the typical Pacific Northwest climate to thank for their lush green color. Rain showers are common, and while they can get heavy at times, storms and severe weather are rare. Most precipitation falls between October and March, leaving the summer months dry and pleasant. Moderate snowfall is fairly common in the winter. Be sure to pack an umbrella whenever you visit Vancouver.


Map of Vancouver, British Columbia

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