Delta Hotels by Marriott Vancouver Downtown Suites
What We Love
- One block from the Canada Line rail system, within walking distance of Vancouver Convention Centre and near the cruise ship terminal
- Babysitting is available through the bonded agency Just Like Mom
- State-of-the-art 24-hour fitness center
What To Know
- Family- and pet-friendly
- Popular with business and convention travelers
- Upgrade to Signature Club Suites for free daily breakfast and evening canapés
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Business travelers that need to be near the Vancouver Convention Centre and cruisers looking for a crashpad before or after their sailing all love these spacious suites. Each is equipped with a wide work desk and a living area with a comfy couch and 32-inch flatscreen TV. Bathrooms are big, with June Jacobs toiletries and plush robes. Upgrade to the Signature Club for a suite on the top three floors and access to the Signature Lounge for a daily continental breakfast and afternoon hors d’oeuvres. The hotel is extremely family friendly: Kids are given a welcome pack on arrival; playpens, cribs, high chairs and booster seats are available; and babysitting services are available through the bonded agency Just Like Mom.
In the Area
Bordering downtown’s eastern edge, Chinatown was one of North America’s original havens of Chinese culture and remains a vibrant Vancouver original. The place to start your exploration is the Keefer Bar for handcrafted apothecary-style “prescriptions” with house made tinctures, bitters, syrups and teas. The small plates at Bao Bei are more than precious, mixing the tastes of Taiwan, Shanghai and Sichuan provinces in a menu that makes it one of the busiest spots around. It’s worth the wait for the shao bing, sesame flatbread with cumin lamb sirloin, pickled red onion, green pepper and salted chilies. In Gastown, Vancouver’s neighborhood of restored heritage buildings and hip hangouts, stroll the cobblestone streets to Alibi Room, where the cool crowd sidles up for 50-plus locally brewed pours. For dinner, House Guest is a casual supper club that feels like a friendly dinner party — only with infinitely better food. Gourmet faves include mac n’ cheese croquettes, confit chicken wings and scallops in a beer jus.
How to Get There
I just finished up a 4 day conference that I coordinated for 150+ attendees. Everything from the minute I arrived and two weeks later at departure was 10+++ star! All of my delegates in attendance were extremely pleased with the guestrooms, location, customer service, food etc. As was I! I have now booked this event and my guest room (suites) annually right through to 2020! Thank you to Peter, Salesh, Michelle, Lisa, Alison, Remy, Dan, Matt, Aladin and everyone else that went above and beyond for myself and my group!
We stayed at this hotel for 2 nights before and for 2 nights after our Disney Alaskan Cruise. The staff at this hotel are amazing. They were very friendly. They went out of their way to help us. They are very knowledgeable and provided good recommendations for dinner. They helped us book out tours in Vancouver for the day. They were very helpful and friendly.
The hotel was nice as well. It is only a few blocks from Canada Place. We were easily able to walk to and from the Vancouver Port to get our cruise ship. There are also several great places to eat that are close.
The room was great for our family of five. We had 2 queen beds and a sofa that made into a bed. The room was clean. They also provided free bottled water to us.
They do not have an executive lounge, but gave us free breakfast for 2 for each night we stayed.
I would definitely stay there again if we go back to Vancouver.
We stayed here only one night in preparation for a cruise. We got in late due to our flight arrival time, the service people were great. They helped us with out luggage, showed us to our rooms, encouraged us to call them if we needed anything. Great service. The room was spacious with a great view. The best way to describe the cleanliness is immaculate. Everything was what you would expect from an upper level hotel. Towels were lush and soft.
After rising we took a look around the hotel itself and first found Cartem's Donuts (also reviewed) then a short walk to Water Street which contained many shopping options as well as eating places. We had time to kill and spent much of it here.looking at the shops and the Steam Powered Clock. We didn't need a car from here at all. If it hadn't been for luggage, we would have walked to the cruise port as well.
All personnel we found te be very friendly - we were even greeted with warm cookies at the reception. Our room was quite spacious; separate bathroom, bedroom (with TV) and living room (with TV) . Included a little fridge, watercooker, coffee maker, 2 bottles of water (each day), ironing board, iron, safe, and plenty of towels.
All the towels and linen was clean, as were the rooms.
Can't say much about the breakfast as we didn't have any. Tim Horton is 100 meters down the Seymour street and Starbucks across of the Seymour street entrance.
The Vancouver Lookout (with shops and a food court) is across the street as well (Hasting street entrance).
Gas Town is around the corner,as is the waterfront (Canada Place).
We would stay here again for sure.
Booked the Delta for its location. A block from the train that comes straight from the airport and a few easy blocks, down hill, to the Cruise Terminal. Close to bars, restaurants and shopping. Our room(2101) was outstanding.
The people really make the place. Lady who checked us in was excellent. The bellman was a nice young man who was concerned about every little thing. The Brit bartender was very informative and willing to answer anything about the area. A nice group of folks.