4.5
Very Good 1710 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Free Wi-Fi and local calls
  • Rooms have views of either the harbor or snowcapped mountains
  • Weekend brunches, Sunday roasts and afternoon teas at the Lobby Lounge restaurant
  • The 700-foot-long pier, with its stunning views of downtown Vancouver
  • A fitness center with lap pool, gym and classes including spin, yoga and Zumba

What To Know

  • The hotel is located in North Vancouver across the Burrard Inlet, so party people might want to stay closer to the downtown action
  • Check-out time is 11am
  • The hotel caters to business travelers

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
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Overview

Sleek, business-friendly digs in North Vancouver with arresting views of the city’s famous skyline

The Lowdown

Downtown Vancouver may have all the action, but this discreet, friendly hotel – just a five-minute ferry or car ride away — offers something you can’t get in the heart of town: jaw-dropping views of the city skyline. Rooms are decorated for maximum coziness, featuring warm autumnal tones and teddy bears on the beds, all with Juliet balconies to take advantage of the snowcapped-mountain and waterfront vistas. Tuck into afternoon tea or a hearty brunch at the Lobby Lounge on weekends, or sample the best of the Pacific Northwest – mussels, crab cakes and chowder galore – at dinnertime, when you can even bring your own bottle of wine.

In the Area

When on the North Shore, do as the Canadians do: Head directly outdoors. Explore Lighthouse Park, a 185-acre rainforest with old-growth Douglas firs, then continue the tree hugging at the astounding Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, where the titular feature is a 450-foot-long bridge spanning the Capilano River that looks plucked from an adventure movie. Miniature travelers in tow? Head to family-friendly Maplewood Farm for pony riding and animal feeding.

How to Get There

Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier
138 Victory Ship Way
North Vancouver, V7L 0B1 Canada

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1710 Reviews
Great Hotel!
Reviewed 5 days ago

A first rate hotel, well priced and well located for any visit to Vancouver! I parked my car on the day I arrived and didn't touch it until the morning I left! There is public transportation right next door to take you anywhere. Efficient and friendly staff and wonderful "perks" on arrival. Great rooms with views over the mountains or the inner harbour or city. I was attending a weekend wedding nearby, and happy that I added an extra day in for more shopping and exploring! I travelled solo and felt quite safe.

Groupon coupon cashed in here at Pinnacle Lobby Restaurant
Reviewed 6 days ago

Their Groupon deal provided us each with the choice of about four Appies; about five delicious entrees, and two lovely desserts. Very good quality dishes of generous size, and the service was excellent. They also provide free parking in the hotel's parkade right below the lobby/bar/restaurant. Most convenient, in anotherwise congested area. Only complaint would be that their "lobby restaurant" is cheek-by-jowl with the bar, without anything to quash the noise from the bar, which made it hard to carry on a conversation and lowered the ambiance.

It's a gem
Reviewed 6 days ago

Great value for a really nice hotel close to Vancouver. Located near many North Vancouver amenities. The conference room was lovely, with lots of natural light streaming in from the expansive windows. I would love to come back again.

Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier
Reviewed 7 days ago

Once again the hotel was amazing. I was there due to a family illness, they stored my luggage while my room was getting ready which made it so I didn't have to take it with me to the hospital. They gave me a room away from the elevator which was fabulous.

First Nations Forestry Council Career Fair
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Ballroom staff were amazing, I would highly recommend the hotel based solely on the service we received and how professional and helpful the staff was so helpful and respectful throughout our entire event. The only problem we had was with your internet connection and unfortunately Jonathan was not as knowledgeable or as helpful as he could have been.