C$ 129 - C$ 256
|CHEAPEST NEIGHBOURHOOD IN VANCOUVER||Hastings-Sunrise||20% cheaper||Hotels in Hastings-Sunrise are the cheapest in Vancouver at just C$ 129 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBOURHOOD IN VANCOUVER||Coal Harbour||37% more expensive||Coal Harbour has the highest priced hotels in Vancouver with rooms averaging C$ 256 per night|
|MOST POPULAR NEIGHBOURHOOD IN VANCOUVER||Yaletown||69% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Yaletown than any other neighbourhood in Vancouver|
The average price for hotels near Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal is C$ 292 per night. Of those hotels, momondo users recommend the 11 hotels below for those looking to stay in the area. Since Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal is more popular at some times of year than others, prices may vary depending on when you plan your trip. Hotels near Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal are typically 32% more expensive than the average hotel in Vancouver, which is C$ 196.
|Low season||February||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||November||most expensive time to stay|
|82%||expected price decrease|
|42%||expected price increase|
C$ 47 - C$ 444
|Highest day of week||Friday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Tuesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|C$ 356||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|C$ 279||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|Cheapest time to book||The cheapest time to book hotels in Vancouver is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, 14 days before.|
C$ 130 - C$ 165
C$ 217 - C$ 265
C$ 330 - C$ 371
Most of what you want to see and experience in Vancouver, you can do on foot. It is known for being a walkable city, especially with the downtown core being so compact. Taxis are plentiful when you must venture away from the walkable areas and the local transit system helps you get where you need to go. The TransLink system has buses, the SkyTrain, and SeaBus that cover most of Vancouver. To save money, purchase a DayPass that lets you travel all 3 zones for 24 hours for $10 CAD per adult and $7.75 CAD for children 5 – 13. Children 4 and under ride free.
You cannot visit Vancouver without seeing the Island. Luckily, you have the BC Ferry that transports you from the harbour over to the island throughout the day. The Vancouver ferry also runs to Victoria and Nanaimo.
Vancouver rests on the Pacific Ocean and has mountain ranges offering mostly comfortable temperatures. Summer temperatures get to 23 degrees Celsius, while winter sees a high of 6 degrees Celsius. The winters are wet, but you are not likely to have much snow unless you are hitting the ski slopes.
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Nestled along the west coast seaport of British Columbia is the beautiful city of Vancouver. It is easy to see why it features among the top tier cities of the world and is a much sought-after place to live. As a bustling metropolis surrounded by water, Vancouver is Canada’s most culturally diverse city. Movie producers flock to the city for its aesthetics and scenic vistas. With mountains surrounding the city and reflecting in the ocean, the thriving art scene, hiking trails and nightlife, you find something to explore just about everywhere you go. When looking for hotels in Vancouver, it is all about the neighbourhood and the experience you want in the city.
If hustle and bustle describes your ideal adventure, you can stay in the heart of the action right in Downtown Vancouver. These hotels accommodate both business and pleasure, and include some of the city’s most luxurious and boutique notables. In downtown, your best hotel options include the swanky L’Hermitage Hotel on Richards Street and the Opus Hotel Vancouver on Davie Street with everything from extravagant shampoos to modern accommodations and amazing room service.
Vancouver’s Chinatown is vibrant, cool, and has somewhat of a gritty vibe going on. Most of the hotels in Chinatown are budget hotels, like the Patricia Hotel.
Gastown is a popular tourist neighbourhood. The steam clock, the area’s biggest attraction, combined with the bars, clubs, and cool restaurants gives you plenty to explore. It is also one of the older and more well-preserved areas of the city. You are just 15 minutes walking distance from Granville Street, and you can hop to the Waterfront Station for the SkyTrain and SeaBus. For a boutique hotel, stay at the Victorian Hotel or the contemporary and artsy Skwachays Lodge on West Pender.
Yaletown offers up the hippest restaurants, waterfront views, and boutique hotspots. Yaletown is the best location for luxury hotel accommodations too, like Hotel Blu & Residences Vancouver on the eastern end of Robson Street. It is conveniently located between Yaletown and Vancouver City Centre SkyTrain, and gives you a quieter stay.
If you are ready to soak up the history of the Olympics, Olympic Village and Granville Island are perfect places to see. These areas are family-friendly, romantic, and great for relaxation. For a pristine hotel, book a room at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia. For something more affordable and family-friendly, try the YWCA Hotel.
Waterfront and Coal Harbour
If your ideal vacation is on the waterfront and harbour sections of Vancouver, Coal Harbour hotels are perfect. Here you can see the sun rise and set over the blue waters below, walk to historic sites, enjoy the nightlife, and get out on the waterfront without walking far. Stay at The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver right on the water’s edge or the opulent Coast Coal Harbour Hotel by APA.
Vancouver can get expensive, especially staying in downtown or by the harbour. Luckily, you do not have to spend a fortune to enjoy this vibrant city. Of course, you want to be cautious about where you pick your cheap stay, because some are not necessarily the cleanest or safest. To make it easier, we suggest trying the Barclay House Bed and Breakfast on Barclay Street. Also check the Samesun Backpacker Hostel or the HI-Vancouver Central, both on Granville Street.
Vancouver is home to the magical day trips and weeklong adventures. Whether you have a weekend here, you are coming for the day, or you plan to spend a full week in the city, you have more than enough to keep your days and nights occupied. From the exciting night life to the family-friendly options, Vancouver is by far one of the more versatile destinations in British Columbia. While here, add a few of these must-see items to your travel plans:
A stay of 2 nights is most popular when visiting Vancouver.
On average, rooms will be priced around C$ 317 per night when booking a hotel in Vancouver; however the price you pay for your room will vary significantly depending on seasonality, location and facilities.
In February prices are at their lowest, making it the most cost-effective time to book a hotel room in Vancouver. You may find the cost of your room has decreased by 82%.
At the moment the cheapest day to stay in a hotel in Vancouver is Monday, with Thursday being the most expensive.
Per person, per night, a hostel in Vancouver (or a sub 2-star rated hotel) is priced at C$ 254, on average. This price is C$ 63 cheaper than your average Vancouver hotel.
Popular neighbourhoods for stays in Vancouver are West End, Kitsilano, Marpole and Gastown.
With generally low rainfall expected (65 mm) and an average temperature of 13 °C, those staying at a hotel in Vancouver may want to take some time during their visit to go see popular landmarks in the area. Considering the weather during May, attractions worth visiting near Vancouver are Capilano Suspension Bridge, Pacific Central Station, and Vancouver Art Gallery.
Yes, Vancouver hostels are available if you aren’t interested in staying at a traditional hotel. Barclay Hotel is the most popular out of the 41 hostels in Vancouver. Search for deals on hostels in Vancouver.