Good location. Lobby was busy and wasn't immediately apparent where to check in (there was no employee at an empty counter. The lobby restaurant generates a lot of noise...it was difficult to hear the staff, once he did arrive. Room was nice, comfy. Electric controls and curtain controls have a small print...in a dark room difficult to figure out for a first time visitor. Bathroom was great - size, layout, look. Heating fan was noisy. Noise from next door was noticeable. Internet is not free...ridiculous for a hotel at this price range! Overall - very nice, expensive but almost too sterile and could improve on traffic flow at the entrance and room noise.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With unobstructed views of the harbour and mountains, Fairmont Pacific Rim is a newcomer to an area rich in history and intrigue. Located in the heart of the historic port and financial district, the hotel fronts one of Vancouver's most celebrated streetscapes with unobstructed views of the North Shore Mountains, Stanley Park and Coal Harbour. Sophisticated and cosmopolitan but casual and contemporary, this downtown Vancouver hotel combines the best of Asia and the west coast in its plan, décor, and culinary offerings. Designed with five star standards and amenities, the 367-room luxury Vancouver hotel features lavish appointments, naturally inspired materials, comfortable furnishings and state-of-the-art technology. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel Vancouver