Vancouver Hotel Shuttles
YVR airport hotel transfers
A west coast port known for its mountainous terrain and vast film industry, the seaside city of Vancouver is one of Canada’s most promising cities. With so many eclectic downtown neighborhoods and quiet hilltop lookouts, diverse hotels, hostels and resorts bring no shortage in vacation options. Look forward to each corner of town by finding the right ride to carry you through it, whether that means taking advantage of the city’s tremendous public transportation that includes SkyTrain’s longest automated light rail system in the world, old-fashioned downtown streetcars and scenic harbour ferries - and because the city doesn’t have freeways, private vehicles and meet-and-greet services are often seen as a luxury in the city, whether you’re interested in quiet escapes with an intimate sedan or timely taxi drop offs to Vancouver International Airport.
Once you’ve got your ride figured out, choose between various neighborhoods that range from quiet to busy. For something close to the city and out of the way, head to Granville Island Hotel, located south of downtown and home to easy access to Ron Basford Park and False Creek, while across the water rest various upscale resorts along Burrard Street, from The Sutton Place to Hyatt Regency. Other unique options along this same stretch include retro mid-century furniture at The Burrard as well as an on-site restaurant & comedy club at the casual Century Plaza Hotel. And for business travelers looking to stay close to the matched-up Vancouver Convention Centre East or Canada Place, choose between a few neighboring waterfront choices like the Pan Pacific Hotel and Fairmont Pacific Rim.
Take advantage of your time in Vancouver by going with the flow, whether that means taking your time exploring the various landmarks along the Vancouver Seawall in the morning or admiring dusk over the city atop the Vancouver Lookout’s sky-high observation deck. For something more low-key, walk through the historic cobblestoned streets of Gastown, visiting the old-fashioned bells & whistles of the Gastown Steam Clock as well as endless local restaurants that include tacos from Tacofino Taco Bar and Irish-style cuisine at Blarney Stone. Peer into a towering forest from the famous Capilano Suspension Bridge for something away from the city and at the heart of British Columbia’s natural backdrop, afterward spending some time at the nearby shops & cafes along the adjacent Capilano River.
Blue Horizon Hotel
Hyatt Regency Vancouver
Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
Wedgewood Hotel & Spa Vancouver
Holiday Inn Vancouver-Centre (Broadway)