Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver
What We Love
- YEW Seafood & Bar has a selection of 300 wines by the glass
- Iconic Italian jewelry brand Roberto Coin’s first Canadian boutique resides at the hotel
- Swim from the state-of-the-art fitness center to the exclusive pool deck in the hotel’s heated indoor-outdoor pool
What To Know
- Massages are given in guestrooms or the designated RedCedar Suite, but the hotel has no proper spa
- Family friendly activities will keep the kids busy
- Recipient of the Five Green Key rating, the highest rating for environmental awareness
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Four Seasons Vancouver’s ideal downtown location gives guests access to the cosmopolitan delights of the city, while its interior décor is inspired by the more natural elements of Vancouver. Rooms are adorned with soft palettes that include tea green, aqua, cream, and saffron. When it comes to dining, YEW Seafood is the ideal restaurant for foodies, serving western British Columbia classics, like Qualicum Bay scallops and Sidney Island venison. And for those who are looking for a little variety: YEW Bar delivers, with 300 selections of wine by the glass.
In the Area
Vancouver has something for everyone and the hotel’s ideal location makes exploring easy. Walk over to Gastown where the world’s only steam-powered clock keeps time in this popular shopping and dining area. For the athletic crew, the hotel provides a morning jog tour to catch those elusive morning views. Nearby, The Vancouver Art Gallery is housed in a unique heritage building. For adventure-seekers, Grouse Mountain has skiing and views of Vancouver from 3,700 feet. Finally, a trip to Vancouver wouldn’t be complete without visiting Granville Island, to enjoy great food and shopping. Try Public Market, for an assortment of homemade products made by Vancouver locals.
How to Get There
Excellent all round, V nice californian Chardonnay in the Bar, with a gas fire but still very attractive, the out/indoor pool is I believe the only one in Vancouver. Gym not adequate really. I'm pretty Gym serious and it would not have done for me. The rooms were a little tired but considering its closing soon you cannot expect too much. We booked and paid for in advance and got the third night free. Upon checking we were offered a Suite upgrade and it was very good value for money. Shame its closing really. Would I stay here again, yes because the staff we awesome!
Everyone from the porter, checking in staff, housekeepers, poolroom staff and the concierge made us feel very welcome as guests. Beautiful room with everything we needed. A truly lovely friendly hotel.
The good news: Superb Staff who will go above and beyond on all levels The bad news: This place needs a serious all-around facelift - everything was outdates, dull, grubby - the rooms were terrible - the fixtures were cheap - Holiday Inn has better rooms at a fraction of the price - The Four Seasons should be ashamed of the condition of this hotel given their reputation world-wide - even an outstanding staff can't save this place
We had to upgrade for a higher floor, superior room. It was a massive room with great city view. The concierge was extremely helpful, especially Lorena Prisa who was very knowledgeable about the area. We were at the hotel for 2 nights before going on the Alaska cruise.
Last hotel on our Canada trip and what a superb hotel and experience.
There was a nice greeting at check in and we were made to feel welcome from the start. Lovely clean room which was cleaned immaculately every day of our 5 night stay.
We ate in the Yew Tree Bar on a couple of occasions and found it slightly pricy. However, Denis provided excellent service and was warm and engaging.
Overall, we loved the hotel and we’re sorry to learn it would be closing next year. You wouldn’t know this from the attitude of the staff, who in our experience provided a five star service.
Thank you for a wonderful stay and we hope everyone finds a new job when you close.