The Sutton Place Hotel – Vancouver
What We Love
- Prime location in downtown Vancouver
- Mountain views from top floors
- Relaxing on-site Vida Spa
What To Know
- Popular with business travelers
- Not the hippest hotel in town
- Connected to a residential tower
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Don’t be fooled by The Sutton Place Hotel’s bland facade, for this is one of Vancouver’s most opulent hotels. A grand lobby sets the stage for a swish stay, clad in marble and dripping with crystal chandeliers. All 397 guestrooms are spacious, and those on the top floors of the 21-story tower offer stunning views of the sea and mountains. Crack open the window and take in Vancouver’s fresh air before stepping out to the city’s best shopping, art galleries and restaurants, all within walking distance.
In the Area
Culture vultures will want to check out the Vancouver Art Gallery, within easy walking distance, and over on Robson Street, Vancouver’s shopping district, sample the hyperlocal fare (pork cracklings, bison tongue ravioli, beet and cress salad with black pepper praline) at Forage. No food lover’s trip to Vancouver is complete without a trip to the Granville Island Public Market.
How to Get There
We stayed here for 4 nights, the hotel was first class, and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Facilities in the hotel were very good and most tourist sites are within walking distance, although the transport facilities are good.
Would highly recommend this hotel.
Good staff, nice rooms and an option to be in the tower with kitchens and living rooms. Back side can be a bit noisy if fire engines respond to an emergency but only briefly. Great downtown location with easy walk to lots of things.
This is an excellent hotel with very comfortable rooms and s good restaurant. The hotel is situated in the heart of the city and close to Vancouver Island which is worth a visit. Sutton Place Hotel were very helpful in providing information on other places worth visiting. Also details on the Rocky Mountaineer train to Banff.