Just steps from a Canada Line station to YVR airport (about a 30-minute door-to-door trip) and in the heart of the city’s downtown shopping and financial districts, the Four Seasons is just a short stroll from the fashionable bar and restaurant area of Gastown, and the neon attractions of Granville Street. This popular hotel brand is a smart choice for those who like being at the center of it all.
Admire the Ghost Salmon art installation in the lower lobby before taking the elevator up to the airy wood panel and marble floor reception area, where guests will also find the city’s famous YEW seafood restaurant. Opened in 1976, the rooms are still fresh after a renovation in 2010, with most looking out over the glittering skyscrapers and high-rises of the downtown core. Soft gold tones in the spacious rooms and creamy-vanilla walls and carpets are punctuated with warm burnt-orange and cool jade accents.
The knowledgeable concierge team offers years of experience, and guests can take advantage of this resource to find some of the city’s lesser-known hot spots and off-the-beaten-track gems.