Pan Pacific Vancouver

Address: 300-999 Canada Place Way, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6C3B5, Canada | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort, located in the Downtown Vancouver area of Vancouver, is near Canada Place, Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre, Vancouver Tourist Info Centre, and Fairmont Waterfront.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPan Pacific Vancouver

    Reviewed by eanselm


    Reviewed Aug 1, 2014
    by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Beautiful hotel with spectacular views of the harbor

    Vancouver, Canada

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by doug_walker_246

    Great location

    Reviewed Jul 25, 2014
    by (45 reviews) Penshurst, New South Wales, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

    Great hotel right on the cruise ship terminal. Unusual lobby (1st floor). Rooms very comfortable with a zillion pillows and plenty of room. Wi-Fi ($5 a day) and mini-bar (no space for our stuff!). Dining area was fine with a great view / music. Price at the higher end but enjoyable. No liquor store or pharmacy nearby so stock up before you get here! Bell-Hop takes your luggage to boat so well suited to cruising albeit pricey ($300+). Very nice.

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Pan Pacific Vancouver

    Be careful if you stay here


    Nice enough hotel to look at. Very picturesque. However, when we arrived, the hotel staff did not have the room we reserved. They managed to find us a room that was the same class that we reserved, but we would have been better off sleeping in the car. The room next to us was used as a banquet room, and the hotel evidently rented it out to the passengers who returned from a cruise. At 1:30 a.m., I thought there was a live band in my room the noise was so loud. Numerous calls to the front desk had little effect on breaking up the party which lasted until 4:00. They offered no compensation for our loss of sleep. If you stay here, make sure you don't stay near one of the pary rooms.

    Enjoyed stay


    I stayed here for 3 nights during an off season and got a really good deal $130/night. Parking is very expensive as they do not own a parking lot. The view from my room was beautiful, the harbor, stanley park, and the mountains. The room was very nice however, I do agree there was a bit of mold in the bathroom shower. It was very quiet. The staff was friendly and professional. It was very close to the sky train and downtown. I would definitely stay here again.

    If you can afford it stay here


    This place is pricey to stay in but........if you can afford it I'd highly recommend it. The rooms with the harbour views are superb. Very clean, no problems whatsoever.

    Never again.


    Stayed here the first weekend of April 2004.

    There is no way this is a 5 star hotel. Paid over $250 US for a partial harbor view, but the noise of the sea planes was very annoying.

    They tried charging me for drinks from the bar saying someone charged them to my room but it was before I had even checked into the hotel!!!

    The room was on the small side, but the bed was very comfortable.

    I expected there to be seperate bath and shower but that was not the case.

    Had to wait over 10 minutes for my car to be bought by valet each time even when I had called ahead.

    Extremley slow service at the front desk.

    I wouldn't stay here again unless I could get the room for half the price I paid (which was $250 US before taxes).



    I expected a 5 star hotel to be as clean as my home. The bath had nice italian tile but there was mold around the tub and on the grout. I was expecting it to be spotless with a 5 star rating.The room we had was a waterfront view. We asked the concierge suggestions of things to do in Vancouver and they said dinner and i-max which is in the hotel. We thought there would be more suggestions of activities than what was just in the hotel. Wasn't sure if they really were interested in helping. Food was average but nothing great. Would not stay there again was expecting more for a 5 star hotel. Note: this has a convention center in it so it was busy with convention going on.

    This is not a five star hotel


    Somewhere between average & above average would be my rating of this Pan Pacific. The service was peculiar. Rooms were not made up until after noon, and turn down service didn't occur until after 9 p.m. The rooms are small, but lovely & well appointted, although bathroom showed some wear. There is no real lobby, no chairs anywhere to sit in while waiting for someone. One soda machine in the entire hotel proper. (cans $2.50 CA) Large, unchilled bottles of water in the room are $6 Canadian! When you're paying top dollar, you don't also want to feel nickled and dimed at every turn. We had a problem with our room safe, not once, but twice, after the first safe had been replaced! This could probably happen anywhere, and the staff did attend to it quickly and with a gracious apology in the first instance. While very nice, and in a great location, it simply isn't a 5 star hotlel, as rated by some. 3 1/2 stars at best.

    Great Canadian Hospitality with Spectacular Views!!


    We stayed at this superb hotel in July 2002 for 5 days after we had stayed at their brilliant sister hotel in Whistler.The staff are very friendly and extremely helpful.Our room was very very smart and had the most fantastic views of the harbour and Stanley Park. Ask for a high floor for the best views! Breakfast is excellent - we decided however to have our evening meals out and sample some of Vancouver's superb restaurants. If you like Indian food then V.J.s is a must - do not be put off by the lousy cold tea they give you when you arrive! Villa del Lupo is also an absolute must if you like really good Italian food - quite expensive but worth every penny! Vancouver is a great city and we would go back there tomorrow - friendly - safe - and too much to do and see in 5 days!

    Pan Pacific


    Stayed here pre Alaska cruise and loved it! Beautiful room with a great view and the most comfortable bed I ever slept in. They transfered the luggage to the ship which was a great convenience.

    Absolutely Superb


    What an absolutely superb hotel. We had a Harbour view room Stunning view Good size room and spotless in every respect. Friendly staff particuarly Concierge whom we found very helpful organising our trips To Whistler and also the Whale watching trip to Victoria by float plane and then by boat where we saw 40 Orca Whales Last but not least a Great Breakfast.



    Stayed there twice and was well impressed. Keep up the good work.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Pan Pacific Vancouver

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Vancouver

    I am now fairly obsessed with seaplanes

    A travel blog entry by on Aug 18, 2014

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    Spent most of the day exploring Stanley Park by bicycle. The park is one of the largest urban parks in the world and the setting is just breathtaking with the surrounding bays and mountains. We stopped several times to check out the First Peoples totem pole exhibit (Patrick would say to buy ice cream), check out a beaver pond (no beavers, just …

    Local Views

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Aug 11, 2013

    ... and the Temple of Doom. There is another which is about five times bigger but that is an astonishing $40 entrance. Just to walk over a bridge! Are they on crack? Or do they just hope tourists will turn up and think "**** it, I'm already here..." Next we drove to a nearby salmon breeding place. It had staggered step waterfall things with glass sides so you could see the salmon jumping up. We had gotten there just before it closed so it wasn't full of kids blocking ...


    A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Jul 27, 2013

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    ... free option.

    Once again it was a chance for the counsellors to enjoy being tourists once the campers were sorted out, and we made the most of photo opportunities and exploring walkways before stepping into our paid roles and advising some campers that walking across a shaky suspension bridge with open hot chocolate might not be the best idea in the world.

    The week was finished off with another disco, this time Hawaii themed. I finally ...

    Day Thirty-one

    A travel blog entry by hawkness on Jul 15, 2013

    ... unable to find jumper cables, though we did find some travelers that were otherwise willing to help. Finally, we had someone from another town’s mechanic shop come and jump the car which cost an extra 200RMB. But at least we were finally back on our way. The goal was to spend the night there Friday and hike Saturday, however, due to the delay, we got there too late on Saturday and were way too exhausted to do anything but nap! Saturday was spent walking ...

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