- Sound-proofed floor to ceiling windows
- Flat Screen Televisions
- Soaker Tub and Separate Shower
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Pillow Top Beds
- In-room Safe
- Le Labo Bath Amenities
- Terry Cloth Bathrobes
- Keurig Coffee & Tea Maker with a Selection of Teas
- Automated Stocked Minibar
- Express Video Checkout
- In-room Movies* (charges applicable)
- Two Telephones with Voicemail (One Cordless)
- Iron & Ironing Board
- Recycling Boxes
- 24 Hour Fitness Center Access
- Hair Dryer
- Alarm Clock
- Air Conditioning with Individual Climate Control
- Wheelchairs (Upon Request)
- Transfer Benches (Upon Request)
- Toilet Risers (Upon Request)
- Telephones Compatible with Healing Aids (Upon Request)
- Shower Chairs (Upon Request)
- Closed Caption Decoding Equipment (Upon Request)
- Rollaway Bed - Select Rooms (Upon Request)
- Bed Board (Upon Request)
- Humidifier (Upon Request)
- Highchairs (Upon Request)
- Travel Amenity Kit (Upon Request)
- Dog Amenities (Upon Request)
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Fairmont Vancouver Airport
Fairmont Vancouver Airport, your Gateway to Luxury, is situated within Vancouver International Airport, offering seamless travel and refined elegance. Enjoy our esteemed property while embracing the captivating beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
A world class resort for all seasons, Whistler Blackcomb has one of the longest ski and ride seasons in North America, as well as lift accessed mountain biking and alpine hiking in the spring, summer and fall.
As Vancouver’s most popular attraction, Grouse Mountain is the only truly four-season destination in the lower mainland and features a wildlife refuge, vast selection of dining options, thrilling outdoor adventure, summer activities galore, the best in local snow sports…and much more.
This 7.8-kilometre (4.8-mile) long, secluded beach is Canada’s first and largest, legal, clothing-optional beach. Wreck Beach located at the western tip of Vancouver, adjacent to the University of British Columbia campus, down a long flight of steep stairs.
Spanish Banks is famous for its low tides which make for warmer swim temperatures on a rising tide and as a popular spot to watch the sunset. Dogs also love this park with a large area of beach set aside for your four-legged friends.
One of Vancouver’s most popular beaches! The park next to the beach is located between Arbutus and Balsam Street and features a bank of tennis courts and a salt water outdoor heated swimming pool open each summer.
Take a cruise through the scenic urban waters of False Creek, with False Creek’s original ferry company. Offering friendly service and comfortable vessels, and the most routes and destinations in the area, False Creek Ferries is Vancouver’s favourite little ferry company.
Nitobe Garden is considered to be the one of the most authentic Japanese gardens in North America and among the top five Japanese gardens outside of Japan. Nitobe Garden includes a rare authentic Tea Garden with a ceremonial Tea House.
Named the World’s Top City Garden by National Geographic, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is the first lassical Chinese Garden in all of Canada. The jade green pond, koi fish, collection of 150-year old miniature trees and tai hu rock imported from China, are some of the delights the Garden offers.
Explore Canada’s oldest university botanical garden and immerse yourself in the world of wild-collected plants.
Discover over 100 exotic birds and over 500 kinds of tropical plants inside the dome and then explore the fountains, gardens and sculptures around Queen Elizabeth Park. Easily accessed on the Canada Line from YVR.
Explore VanDusen Botanical Garden, an inspiring 55 acre outdoor oasis with over 7,500 plant species and varieties. Spot and photograph local wildlife, enjoy the hedge maze with the kids and relax in a serene setting located in the heart of Vancouver.
Ideally situated on a peninsula at the northwestern edge of downtown Vancouver, Stanley Park offers beaches, miles of well-maintained paved and dirt trails, and an array of can’t-miss kid-friendly spots. It is recognized as one of the greatest urban parks in the world.
The Granville Island Public Market acts as a hub of activity, but it’s also one of the city’s most important cultural districts with theatres, artisan workshops and craft studios.
Yaohan Centre is one of the earliest Asian Malls developed in Richmond, B.C. and continues to be a popular retail destination where you can explore over 80 stores including a large supermarket that offers a wide range of Japanese and Chinese products.
Parker Place Mall presents a unique collection of authentic Asian lifestyle shops and services, including a food course that echos Asia’s steam-shrouded hawker markets with mom-and-pop counters serving cuisines from Taiwan to Shanhai and from Vietnam to Hong Kong.
Aberdeen Centre’s unique fusion of East meets West shopping, dining, entertainment and service amenities include; nine full-service restaurants, an award-winning 800-seat food court and a variety of Arts & Cultural performances.
With over 200 stores and services, Richmond Centre is one of the Lower Mainland’s best shopping experiences. Visit stores like Hugo Boss, Aritzia, Sephora, Michael Kors, Topshop and The Bay.
The Dumpling Trail is a collection of 15 restaurants serving up some of the most delectable dumplings this side of the Pacific.
Take the Canada Line two stops away to the McArthur Glen outlet mall for high street fashion brands.
Canada Line travels between Downtown Vancouver, the Vancouver International Airport (YVR) and Richmond.
A buzzing Downtown, iconic parks and Pacific Ocean beaches lined with mountain views – a recipe for the ideal holiday destination.
Richmond is a thriving city and home to Vancouver International Airport (YVR) where culture and character converge in a stunning setting.