Sleep To do Hotspots Local love

This is Vancouver. We're going to show you the best time to visit, where you should stay, what you should do and some local tips to make sure you make the most of your time in Vancouver.

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Average price range $120 - $260


Rosewood Hotel Georgia

Seeking opulence and impeccable service? The Rosewood Hotel Georgia is trivago's top-pick for luxury lodging in Vancouver, ensuring your stay is equal parts glamorous and relaxing.

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Barclay House

Looking for a budget-friendly stay? The Barclay House is trivago's top pick for accommodation that won't break the bank in Vancouver, leaving you with more to spend enjoying the city.

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To do

Outdoor adventures

Vancouver is among the most outdoorsy cities in North America. Surrounded by mountains, lakes, rivers, and ocean, wilderness is easily accessible, and often can be reached by public transportation.

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  • Destination Details

    "Vancouver’s array of year-round, constantly evolving activities and attractions never fails to excite, engage and impress. It doesn’t matter the time of year – there’s always an endless supply of things to see and do. You can hit the slopes of our local North Shore mountains in winter, stroll the city streets under canopies of brilliant pink cherry blossoms in the springtime, catch rays and play beach volleyball at English Bay in summer, and Instagram the fiery fall colors of Stanley Park. Each season brings a fresh, spectacular experience."

    Sona Purhar, Manager of Communications

  • Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

    Stand 295 feet above the canyon on the Cliffwalk at the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park.

  • Stanley Park

    Spend the day at Stanley Park for soaring totem poles & private wooded trails.

  • Granville Island

    Visit Granville Island to see artists at work & eat your way through the diverse Public Market.

  • More Insider Tips

    More insider tips available via Tourism Vancouver.

Local love

“I love Vancouver in September. The light is softer, golden, and it’s still warm enough to swim in the ocean and camp in the mountains.”

Emanuel Smedbøl
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