With the announcement of the inaugural Vancouver Michelin Guide to be revealed in the fall, Michelin travel experts have also released a list of Vancouver’s luxurious hotels that earned their stamp of approval. From boutique properties to world-class accommodations, here are eight Vancouver hotels that made the cut:
Found within a sophisticated collections of glass towers in the district of Coal Harbour, the Loden Hotel offers boasting views of the marina and the Burrard Inlet.
According to the guide, Opus Hotel is situated in the best location in town. In fitting with its location in the trendy neighbourhood of Yaletown, Opus is equal parts elegance and fun.
As one of the newest and most lavish Fairmont properties, the Fairmont Pacific Rim is filled with contemporary art, modern architecture and high-end comforts making it a favourite for visiting celebrities and luxury lovers.
Built on the Asian model, the Shangri-La offers guests various office, retail, dining, and residential spaces. Surrounded by more opulence, guests can step out on Alberni Street, the designer district of downtown Vancouver.
This landmark hotel has housed Hollywood’s biggest names including Elvis and Katherine Hepburn, who dined in the privacy of her room and reportedly introduced the very concept of “room service” to the hotel.
The Exchange Hotel is “pure international urban luxury” – with contemporary-luxe interiors and art deco accents, this glamorous hotel is well suited for romantic weekends or style-conscious work trips.
This “grown-up” hotel is classic luxury at its finest. L’Hermitage is located in the middle of downtown, providing access to the city’s iconic landmarks and views.
Set in an eye-catching tower and located inside Parq Vancouver’s entertainment resort, the Douglas is a “luxury hotel with boutique-hotel aspirations, its interiors a melange of classic modernism and quasi-industrial loft aesthetics”.