Pan Pacific Vancouver is a family-friendly resort located in central Vancouver, close to Vancouver Convention Centre, Pacific Centre Shopping Mall, and Robson Street. Additional points of interest include Queen Elizabeth Theatre and Vancouver Playhouse.
Pan Pacific Vancouver's restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and brunch. A bar/lounge is open for drinks. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Recreational amenities include an outdoor pool, a health club, and a spa tub. Spa amenities include spa services, massage/treatment rooms, facials, and body treatments. This 4.5-star property has a business center and offers secretarial services, technology support staff, and limo/town car service. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available in public areas. This Vancouver property has event space consisting of banquet facilities, conference/meeting rooms, and a ballroom. Business services, concierge services, and translation services are available. Additional property amenities include a coffee shop/café, valet parking, and multilingual staff. This is a smoke-free property.
There are 503 guestrooms at Pan Pacific Vancouver. Beds come with pillowtop mattresses and premium bedding. Coffee/tea makers and minibars are offered. Bathrooms feature phones, designer toiletries, bathrobes, and hair dryers. Internet access (surcharge) is provided. In addition to desks and complimentary newspapers, guestrooms offer cordless phones with voice mail. 42-inch LCD televisions have cable channels, video-game consoles, and pay movies. Air-conditioned rooms also include CD players, blackout drapes/curtains, irons/ironing boards, and clock radios. Guests may request hypo-allergenic bedding, extra towels/bedding, and wake-up calls. A nightly turndown service is offered and housekeeping is available daily. Cribs (infant beds) and rollaway beds are available on request. Guestrooms are all non-smoking.
"Stunning Views of Vancouver"
We had the pleasure of staying at Pan Pacific Vancouver in August 2016. The views are truly unbeatable and the rooms were spacious and quiet. The entrance can be a bit confusing as the reception is on the 2nd floor, however it is easy to find and the location is unbeatable. The pool was also stunning. The service was very professional. The proximity to restaurants and the train station was very useful. Beautiful location!
"Outstanding Hotel with a Spectacular View!"
This was my first stay at the Pan Pacific Hotel. And, I'm so glad that I made it my hotel of choice for a 2 night stay prior to boarding my ship bound for Alaska. May is opening cruise season to Alaska, so the hotel wasn't crowded. I was given the most wonderful room, high up with a 180 degree view of the bay. Wow! Spectacular. The room was larger than normal with a separate seating area and very nicely furnished. All I wanted to do upon arrival was sit and look at that view. The hotel staff was delightful and attentive; got me set up with wifi; made dinner suggestions; quickly responded with any extra requests that I made. And did it with such courtesy. There are some excellent restaurants and other tourist things to do within walking distance of the hotel. I was traveling solo and felt safe walking the harbor area and walking to the restaurants close by the hotel, even at night. The restaurant within the hotel is quite excellent as well. The morning I was to board the ship, I woke to find 3 ships docked below my window. This hotel allows guests to leave their room and go directly to the boarding dock . How convenient is that! Would I stay here again....absolutely! I highly recommend this lovely property.
"Value for money"
In stayed at the Pan Pacific Hotel on September 21st 2016. It was a very positive experience from the time I checked in and the level of service I received at the front desk. The young lady was very nice and friendly and gave me an upgraded room facing Vancouver harbour and a view from the 12 floor which was breathtaking overlooking Stanley Park and the Lions Gate Bridge and the mountains. The room was very roomy and the bathroom was very large size of a small dance floor. The room had two queen size beds which was most comfortable with beautiful linens and bed cover which was warm. And. Cozy. My room overlooked where a ship was docked that left on the afternoon tube on route to Alaska. I had a cat nap to be woken by three long blasts of the ships horn and watched the departure from the docking area, what a fantastic site. I can not say enough about the view through windows that stretched the full width of the room. Watching the helicopters and float planes take off and land was a constant buzz in the harbour area. The sunset was also fantastic which ended the day before getting ready to explore the downtown waterfront, and the many fine restaurants and bars in the area all in walking distance. The hotel is located in a prime location close to all the ticket sales booths for local tourist attractions . The restaurant bar is a very nice place for happy hour or night cap, the food was very good and service friendly and the waiters were actually interested in knowing about where you came from and what your thoughts were of Vancouver. Being on a business trip my time was limited so I made the most of walking to and from the hotel which takes you two escalators to reach the elevators that take you to your rooms . Being located in a convention hall when I was checking out I. Got caught up with many people going into the convention while I was trying to get to depart from the hotel. I was surprised that a hotel with a price point of $350 a room still charged a daily rate of $5.95 for use of there Wifi. I paid but was disappointed with this charge. Another disappointment was the hotel does not have a shuttle bus to Vancouver airport and a taxi fare coste in excess of $49 which I was not prepared to pay. Talking with the hotel porter at the entrance to the hotel, he explained if I did not have to much lugauge there is an airport train to Vancouver airport. It was onli one block away walking distance and only cost me $2.75 because I am 65 years old but for the regular person under my age the cost is $4.00 and takes about 30 minutes, half the trip is in a subway tunnel and the other half of the journey is above ground through scenic views. When you reach the airport when you depart from the train if you are traveling International you turn right and if you are travelling Domestic Canada you turn left. It takes 5 minute easy walk to get to the airport check in counters. I was very lucky in did not rain in Vancouver, but what I noticed in my hotel room Pan Pacific thinks of everything a supplied an Umberalla . It was a great trip staying at one of the nicest hotels on the West Coast Peter Makin from Ottawa
The Pan Pacific is pricey, even for downtown Vancouver (the third most expensive city in the world for real estate like this). But you get what you pay for here: unique ambience, deluxe accommodations, attentive service, fresh flowers, gourmet food, upscale shopping, and the perfect location. As a popular conference hotel it offers an abundance of beautifully-appointed guest rooms and ballrooms; bellmen who remain accurate, courteous and efficient even in a swarm; and is situated right on the downtown taxi line. As a cruise departure hotel, it has no peer. Just call the bellman, who can check your big bags directly onto the ship; then elevator down with your carryons for a short walk - outside along the harbor or inside through a spacious hallway - directly to check-in at the cruise departure terminal. The Pan Pacific bellmen are ready and waiting when you disembark. There's a spectacular spa on the lower level just adjacent to the cruise terminal, too. Architecture of the hotel offers an astonishing three-story totem pole, spacious outdoor decks that mirror a cruise environment, and open indoor lounges for drinks or dining, relaxed or formal. It's the perfect place to prepare for your cruise or extend it a few days longer. Food in the Pan Pacific restaurants is so good, locals choose them often; reservations are recommended, especially if you want to enjoy Sunday Brunch. A food court in the lower also offers a variety of favorite fast-food for families with children and budget-minded travelers. I'm partial to Vancouver ... But whether you are simply accustomed to the finest things in life -- or you are going to splurge only once in your life for a truly special occasion -- you'll never regret your stay at the Pan Pacific Hotel.
"Wow! Great place "
Stayed three nights for a conference. Very convenient place in the center of everything. One of the nicest places I've stayed. Service was attentive and professional. The restaurants were very good. Great place!
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 4:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM