Situated in the centre of Vancouver’s financial district and a 5 minute walk from Coal Harbour, stands the sleek Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel. With beautiful views of the city’s tranquil waters and snow-capped mountains, the hotel is ideally located for exploring Vancouver’s natural splendour and cultural attractions.

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The extensive hotel boasts 377 luxurious rooms and suites, featuring Stearns & Foster beds, grand marble bathrooms and LCD televisions with surround-sound. All rooms have the option of 24 hour in-room dining, while most rooms offer stunning views over the harbour and surrounding mountains. The Fairmont Pacific Rim has a broad selection of luxury suites, each with a private patio, outdoor fireplaces and bathrooms with soaker tubs, ideal for relaxing in after exploring the city sights. Guests can upgrade to Fairmont Gold or join the Fairmont President's Club to experience additional luxury benefits.

Guests can enjoy fine dining in the ORU restaurant, which serves cuisine inspired by the food of the Pacific Northwest. ORU's sweeping floor-to-ceiling windows frame views of the Coal Harbour, the state-of-the-art Vancouver Convention Centre and the impressive North Shore Mountain range. Enjoy exquisite coffee at the Italian-inspired Giovane café, where coffee beans are sourced through Stumptown Coffee Roasters. This group work directly with coffee farmers and reward them on the quality of beans produced, so guests can pop by to taste the difference for themselves. The Lobby Lounge & Raw Bar is a vibrant hub from noon until night, playing live music seven days a week. Try some scrumptious sushi, afternoon tea with an Asian twist, or sip a refreshing cocktail in the Raw Bar.

Visit the hotel's Willow Stream Spa for a relaxing afternoon and indulge in some traditional Canadian treatments. Venture out to explore the city and cycle around Stanley Park, visit the boutique shops and eateries on Granville Island, or cross the Capilano Suspension Bridge. For those looking for a challenge, visitors can hike up the Grouse Grind mountain path, or opt for the more leisurely option and ride the gondola to the peak.

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Set on the ocean's edge, Vancouver combines pristine waters, striking mountains and impressive buildings, and the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel is located at the heart of it all.

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