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“A Four Diamond Vancouver, British Columbia Hotel”“Hyatt Regency Vancouver welcomes business and leisure travelers with spacious guestrooms,
Posted by: Hyatt Regency Vancouver

“Hotel In Vancouver”“Hotels in Vancouver are one of the most sought after hotels around the world. They broadl
Posted by: Happy Day Inn

“Minutes Away From Everything”“Ideally located in the greater Vancouver area, the Quality Inn(r) hotel is conveniently l
Posted by: Quality Inn Maple Ridge

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“Disgusting”Non-Member, Reader - “Absolutely terrible! We first got a room near the highway.
Said about: Travelodge Langley City

“Do Not Stay Here! Its Wasting Your Money And Time!”Babak, Vancouver - “The room is cold even when you maximize the heater and the
Said about: Robsonstrasse Hotel and Suites

“Pacific Inn Nightmare”Non-Member, Reader - “Wow my family had to stay here do to house renos. At first
Said about: Pacific Inn & Conference Center South Surrey

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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada!

Less than 25 miles north of the U.S. border, Vancouver -- "jewel of Canada" and site of the 2010 Winter Olympics -- awaits on the Pacific shoreline in the southwest corner of British Columbia. As both an idyllic destination unto itself and a magnetic cruise embarkation point, Vancouver sparkles with a cosmopolitan multicultural appeal for all seasons. Attractions range from H.R. MacMillan SpaceCenter, Vancouver Maritime Museum, Capilano Suspension Bridge, and Vancouver Lookout at Harbour Centre to the Vancouver Aquarium, and VanDusen Botanical Garden. Grouse Mountain (the Peak of Vancouver) allows escape from city streets to often snowy slopes in a 15-minute aerial tram Skyride, leading to shopping, dining and Theatre in the Sky. Whistler (Vancouver's partner for the 2010 Olympics) awaits on a mountain nearby for both skiing and summer fun, and a ferry ride away is picturesque Victoria Island, known as the Garden City, with its spectacular Butchart Gardens. With a Starbucks on seemingly every other corner, Vancouver's restaurant scene also has mushroomed in recent years, offering diversity from fresh-caught seafood and aged steaks to authentic East Indian curries. Vancouver's Chinese new year is one of the biggest celebrations in Canada. While the Canadian dollar (worth about two-thirds of the U.S. dollar) prevails, both the U.S. dollar and Japanese yen are readily accepted. After English and Chinese in cosmopolitan Vancouver, the most common mother tongue languages spoken are Punjabi, German, Italian, French, Tagalog (Filipino) and Spanish. Three taxation levels affect visitors to Vancouver: A 10 percent tax on accommodations and liquor, a 7 percent PST tax, and a 7 percent GST tax on goods and services that visitors from outside Canada can apply to have reimbursed when departing the country. With more than 13,000 guest rooms downtown near fine restaurants, theater, sport venues and shopping, Vancouver ranks as Canada's only city offering two five-diamond hotels as rated by the American Automobile Association. In addition to hostels, campgrounds, and RV parks, Vancouver accommodations range from suburban and downtown bed and breakfasts and family-owned motels to hotels from modest to luxurious. Release of 2010 Olympic Winter Games event schedules is set for spring, 2008, with tickets going on sale in fall, 2008. Most hotels are not taking Olympics bookings until 2008, although some are now compiling waiting lists.

We have organized our listings of Vancouver's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Vancouver area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Downtown Vancouver
Hotels in the downtown area are nestled between specacular views of English Bay and Coal Harbor.
·Vancouver
Hotels with Vancouver addresses outside the downtown area proper.
·Robson Street
Downtown. Hotels at the center of area entertainment, the famous Robson Street, with shops, galleries, and restaurants.
·Surrounding Communities
There are numerous hotels in the surrounding communities such as Burnaby, Surrey, Coquitlam and others.
·Vancouver Airport
Hotels at or near the Vancouver International Airport (YVR) and the community of Richmond.

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Area Facts: Vancouver has the most temperate climate in Canada. The area code for Vancouver is 604.

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