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Hipmunk City Love: Best Vancouver Business Hotels

Vancouver has earned a reputation as one of the most beautiful tourist cities on the Pacific Coast of North America, but it’s also become a central destination for business travelers.

The following Vancouver hotels allow you to combine work and leisure due to their great location in this beautiful Canadian city.

Loden Hotel

If you want to splurge on your stay with a little luxury, book a room at the Loden Hotel. The rooms are modern, stylish, and fully equipped with huge flat-screen TVs as well as free Wi-Fi to make your workload a little easier to manage. A 24-hour business center and meeting rooms help you plan out your workday, while the hotel’s full-service spa will help you relax at the end of the day.

Executive Hotel Le Soleil

For business travelers who want to see a bit of Vancouver after working all day, a room at the centrally located Executive Hotel Le Soleil allows you to do just that. Hotel Le Soleil is a little pricier than some neighboring hotels, but if you want a boutique feel and top-notch service, the extra money is worth it. Guests have easy access to the Vancouver City Centre Station, which will get you both to the airport and to the bustling area of Yaletown, full of shops, restaurants and nightlife.

Hyatt Regency Vancouver

The Hyatt Regency Vancouver offers travelers an affordable option in the center of Vancouver’s Financial District. Business travelers will also get great use out of the hotel’s four floors of conference rooms and 24-hour business center, and perhaps the hotel’s luxurious spa and 24-hour fitness center as well.

Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver

For travelers who want a great location above all else, the Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver is your best bet. The modern yet very comfortable rooms are just steps away from Stanley Park, Gastown, and the theatre district. You can also walk to Robston Street, which is overflowing with some of the best shops and restaurants in Vancouver as well as plenty of museums and galleries.

Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel

Book a room at the Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel to get free high-speed Wi-Fi, a great desk and workspace area included in your room, and 24-hour room service to cater to your needs no matter what time of the day or night you are working. As an added bonus, you will be just steps away from the Granville Island Public Market and Stanley Park.

The Fairmont Waterfront

If you want a hotel that offers excellent business services and has also been repeatedly voted one of Vancouver’s finest, look no further than The Fairmont Waterfront. The Fairmont has a business center, Wi-Fi and 24-hour room service for its business travelers, but it is also a foodie’s paradise. The ARC restaurant and bar serves some of the best food in the Vancouver area, as the chefs use fresh herbs plucked straight from The Fairmont’s rooftop herb garden. As an added bonus, a stay at The Fairmont Waterfront is very eco-friendly as the hotel has been awarded a Green Key ranking of 4, thanks in part to its special discounts for hybrid and electric cars.

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