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Four Seasons Vancouver

791 W. Georgia St., Vancouver, British Columbia
| +1 604-689-9333
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Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver: Luxe with Perfect Manners Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver: Luxe with Perfect Manners Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver: Luxe with Perfect Manners Vancouver  Canada
Just another pebble Vancouver  Canada
Best French toast on the planet?! Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver: Luxe with Perfect Manners Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver: Luxe with Perfect Manners Vancouver  Canada
Four Seasons Vancouver: Luxe with Perfect Manners Vancouver  Canada
Just another pebble Vancouver  Canada
Best French toast on the planet?! Vancouver  Canada

Four Seasons Vancouver

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.

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AFAR Contributor
about 3 years ago

Four Seasons Vancouver: Luxe with Perfect Manners

Sometimes I want to get off the grid when I travel. Other times I want to be at Ground Zero. On a recent trip to Vancouver, I chose to stay in the heart of downtown, staying at the Four Seasons Vancouver in the Pan Pacific Mall, with spectacular views of the city below and the harbor and mountains beyond.

The rooms themselves are comfy beyond expectations. After long days at the convention center I’d come back, have some tea delivered via room service, and slip into a meditative state — a frame of mind greatly enhanced by the room’s tea green and amber palette and luxe bed linens.

I wasn’t surprised that the hotel’s concierges and other staff members were so completely up to snuff, but I was delighted by their gracious-human-expert manners. I’m quite certain others will feel as comfortable as I did.

Then there is Club Four, the fitness center, where I fell in love at first sight. Was it the indoor/outdoor pool? All the latest workout equipment? Excellent staff? Or the natural light flooding the 3,450-square-foot space? I’d go with all of the above, especially when so many hotel gyms turn out to be converted guest rooms (usually located in the basement).

Finally, don’t miss the hotel’s “treetop-level” restaurant, Yew Seafood. It’s a delicious oasis within an oasis, the perfect place for a romantic dinner or a power breakfast. Sit at the long communal table with friends, or choose the glass-enclosed Wine Room, which opens up to the sky above—and no, you won’t get wet!

My last piece of advice: Don’t miss Yew’s power cookie. That’s all I’m saying.
about 5 years ago

Best French toast on the planet?!

I love a bit of French toast as much as the next person, but this was off the scale! Brioche soaked in Creme Anglaise - then topped with apricot compote and maple syrup.
Obviously, this sort of dish doesn't make up my regular diet, but it was super divine! I did try to recreate it at home for my other half - disaster! They clearly have a secret recipe (:
You don't have to be a Four Seasons guest to enjoy their brekkies - just walk in and take a pew.
about 5 years ago

Just another pebble

The Four Seasons in Vancouver is quite simply an amazing place to stay, pretty much everything about it is great - it's as comfortable as it is elegant.

For me, it wasn't the hotel experience that I'll never forget - it was the little pebble that was left beside my bed with a short note about from where the pebble had come, and it's purpose for being.

In a step towards being eco-conscious - the Four Seasons asks you to leave the pebble in the centre of your bed if you are happy for the linen to not be changed by housekeeping that day.

The story, and idea, was so heart-melting - I imagine not even the most sceptical, die-hard, non-eco-warriors could resist.