"Fantastic views!!! Comfy Beds!!! Peace and quite!!!"
Really enjoyed our one night stay! The room was large and very comfortable. And the view was like no other! The mountains and the bay with all the ships and planes, just beautifull. Everyone was friendly and professional. Will definetly stay here again.
"Not a hotel for Budget Travellers...Rooms Very Expensive But View Is Amazing!"
This is one of Vancouver's more expensive hotels. A view room facing the water and mountains will average around $400 a night and up. Rooms with city views are cheaper, around $250 a night, so this is not a hotel for budget travelers. Having said that, this really is a beautiful hotel with a great location! It sits right on the water at Canada Place and the Cruise Ship Terminal, and if you get a room facing the harbour and mountains, the view is amazing! The beautiful snow capped mountains, the boats going by, and float planes coming and going, the gorgeous scenery...spectacular! The lobby is gorgeous, the bar and lounge area has great views and serves pricey but good drinks, the restaurants on site are good but again, very expenisive. It's is located right next to the convention center. It will take you about fifteen or twenty minutes to walk into Stanley Park along the sea wall path. It's takes about fifteen minutes to walk into the downtown shopping core from the hotel, so the location is pretty good, The staff is very friendly and helpful. If money is no object and you like a luxury hotel, this is a great place to stay!
"Exelent Hotel and Customer Service"
It was a pleasant stay in Pan Pacific Vancouver. Very friendly staff. Room was big enough and updated. The "Double Prefference" package we used worth the money as it included free parking and breakfast buffet that even exceed our expectations. Would recommend the hotel to everybody who is planning to stay in Downtown Vancouver.
"A stroll with a view"
The Pan Pacific hotel is an exceptionally hotel with fine dining and lounge. Take a picturesque stroll around the hotel with views of Stanley Park, Burrard Inlet and the north shore mountains. Watch sea planes land and takeoff. "Fly over Canada" is located here and is a simulated fly over. The Olympic torch from Vancouver 2010 is nearby. Several restaurants and nights clubs/bars are within walking distance.
"Poor food, dated rooms, extremely expensive parking"
Honestly i can find nicer, better kept hotels in Vancouver.This stop was my girlfriend's fantasy... far from what we expected. parking is an average of $32 nightly but add $4 per hour if you sleep past 7am or if you head out and come back. the view was okay but for the buck i expect more. the rooms were dated, classic 1980's/90's based on the plumbing. the hotel needs a makeover. We ate at the 5 sails(') and got severe food poisoning. I guess it happens. We ate at their pub the night before and were very disappointed, even the complimentary nut mix was stale. Overall it was just not a good value.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 4:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM