Fairmont Waterfront Vancouver, British Columbia

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    Located on Vancouver’s dynamic harbour front, steps away from the cruise ship terminal and Waterfront Sky Train Station, The Fairmont Waterfront is a relaxing, elegant and comfortable hotel with top notch service and excellent amenities. The Waterfront has a lot to offer a family and of course Vancouver has many attractions for a fabulous family holiday!

      Located on Vancouver’s dynamic harbourfront, the Fairmont Waterfront proudly embraces a sustainable philosophy. The hotel offers upscale comfort, personalized service, and unparalleled West Coast views, with easy access to everything that makes Vancouver spectacular. In beautifully renovated rooms, you’ll wake up to an inspired Vancouver morning, with sweeping ocean views of Burrard Inlet and the striking coastal mountains beyond. When it comes to convenient location, it’s hard to beat the Fairmont Waterfront.  The hotel is steps away from the Vancouver Convention Centre, the cruise ship terminal, and Waterfront Sky Train Station. A short jaunt will have you sampling the restaurants of historic Gastown, browsing the latest fashions on Robson Street, or biking amongst the giant trees of world-renowned Stanley Park.


    The Important Stuff:
    Check-in time: from 3pm Check-out time: until 12pm

    Check-in Day: Any Day

    Sleep Arrangements:
    The Fairmont Waterfront has 489 guestrooms: Do specify your requirements when booking with Triptoes and we will quote you on a room that suits your family's requirements. Fairmont Room Fairmont Terrace Room Signature Harbourview Room Signature Harbourview Corner Room West Coast Suite One Bedroom Suite Two Bedroom Suite Fairmont Gold

    Room Facilities:

    • 24 hour In Room Dining
    • Flat screen televisions
    • Wireless Internet Access
    • Pillow top beds
    • In Room Safes
    • Terry cloth bathrobes
    • Stocked mini-bar
    • Windows that open to the exterior to provide fresh air
    • Air-conditioning with individual climate control
    • Express television check-out
    • In room movies (at a charge)
    • Two telephones with voice-mail (one cordless)
    • Keurig machines for coffee, Bodums upon request and one kettle
    • Hair dryer
    • Iron and ironing board
    • Recycling boxes

    Hotel Facilities:
    The Health Club, located on the 3rd floor overlooking Stanley Park and the North Shore Mountains.

    • Outdoor 50 ft. heated pool (open year-round)
    • Indoor whirlpool
    • Steam rooms
    • Change Rooms for men and women
    • Computerized Aerobicycles
    • Exercise ball and yoga mat
    • Free Weights
    • Multi-gym
    • Rowing machines
    • Stairclimbers
    • Stationary bikes
    • Treadmills

    Optional Extras:
    Amenities on Request The following amenities may be available in selected guest rooms. Please make sure to indicate the request when booking with Triptoes

    • Connecting rooms
    • Rollaway
    • Bed board
    • Crib
    • Humidifier
    • Microwave
    • Mini fridge
    • Highchairs
    • Travel amenity kit
    • Tub benches
    • Telephones compatible with hearing impaired alarm clock
    Registered massage therapists are available by appointment at reception desk. Wireless internet (surcharge applies) Parking is available for an extra fee. Overnight parking at the hotel is in effect from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. the next day. Car rental services and taxi can be hired through the reception desk.

    Stuff for Kids

    Children under 18 stay free when sharing a room with their parents. The hotel provides on request  visits to their in-house bee-hives! The outdoor swimming pool provides hours of fun. Vancouver offers a wide range of visits and activities that will delight each family member!  

    Things To Do

    Outdoor & Active:
    Vancouver counts many activities for children of all ages: below is only a small selection of the ones most favored by Triptoes! As the birthplace of Vancouver, Gastown was initially a settlement that sprung up around a tavern founded in 1867 by sailor and gold prospector John "Gassy Jack" Deighton. This historic district's cobblestone streets are lined with Victorian buildings that today house everything from souvenir shops and First Nations galleries to stylish clothing boutiques. With informational plaques placed strategically along the street to tell the history behind various buildings and landmarks, Gastown is an excellent area for a walking tour. Vancouver's Stanley Park is a magnificent 1000 acres, almost all of it dense West Coast forest. Marked trails let families roam through the "jungle" of giant trees. Beaches offer a close up look at all kinds of boats. A playground with a vintage fire engine, a pool and water slides make this one of the city's great escapes. H.R. MacMillan Space Centre: Enjoy a family-fun learning experience with astronomy shows under the domed Planetarium theatre, live interactive science demonstrations in GroundStation Canada, hands-on exhibits in the Cosmic Courtyard, and star-gazing at the Observatory. The Maritime Museum was built around the historic St. Roch, the first ever ship to sail the Inside Passage across the top of Canada from west to east. Aboard, there are bunks-"Gee, Mom, how did they fit in something that small?"- the Captain's quarters, and more to see. Kids love to take a turn at the wheel and imagine they're ploughing through arctic ice. Don't miss the wonderful model ships-the museum has its own resident ship-builder, the historic boats moored down at the water's edge, or the nearby totem pole. Vancouver Museum will delight teenagers and parents alike. Peer through windows into a century-old home-and a world without TVs and microwaves. Through souvenirs and artifacts, track the story of the early explorers who started this city. A series of glass-sided mountains reveals the many sides of Vancouver-and an ancient mummy.

    Greater Vancouver is a paradise for kids of all ages! There are literally hundreds of outdoor and indoor activities to entertain kids and parents all day, every day, all year round. Vancouver is one giant adventure playground, with interactive museums, cool attractions, fun festivals and amazing parks. Below you will find some suggested activities in Vancouver and the surrounding area which families may find interesting.

    • Bus city tours
    • Granville Island
    • Science World
    • Kitsilano Beach
    • North Vancouver
    • Burnaby
    • Richmond
    • Special Events

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    Getting There

    Getting there:
    By car Travel from the airport, take the first exit that shows Vancouver Downtown.You will cross over the Arthur Laing Bridge. At the end of the bridge you will be on Granville Street. Follow along Granville Street for approximately 60 blocks. Continue over the Granville Street Bridge into downtown Vancouver. Proceed into the left lane and turn left on Davie Street until you reach Burrard Street. Turn right on Burrard Street.Continue along Burrard towards the water. At the foot of Burrard Street, turn right and the street becomes Canada Place Way, which brings you to the front of the hotel. Estimated travel time is 25-30 minutes. Train Via Rail/Amtrak The Pacific Central Station is located at 1150 Station Street on the corner of Main Street and Terminal Avenue, a 15 minute drive from The Fairmont Waterfront. Amtrak offers service to Seattle and points beyond in the U.S. Passengers clear customs at the station to avoid a border stop. SkyTrain The Canada Line Skytrain offers transportation from Vancouver International Airport to Waterfront Station, located 2 blocks from the hotel.

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