The Pinnacle Vancouver Harbourside offers stylish accommodation right on Vancouver’s waterfront. All rooms boast stunning views of the city or harbour as well as all of the amenities you would expect from a prestigious hotel chain. After a busy day exploring Vancouver relax with a dip in the full length swimming pool and spa tub or treat yourself to dinner at the p2b Bistro & Bar, one of Vancouver's premier restaurants.
Pinnacle Vancouver Harbourside offers guests the use of a fully equipped fitness centre, indoor swimming pool and spa tub. Guests can dine at the p2b Bistro & Bar for fine cuisine and cocktails or order room service. The hotel also offers a full concierge service so that when it comes to exploring the area you can get in the know recommendations.
Food, drink & entertainment
Guests are invited to dine at the p2b Bistro & Bar for a choice of mouthwatering international cuisine as well as full cocktail menu, perfect for winding down after a busy day of exploration in Vancouver.
Sport, games & activities
The hotel has a fully equipped fitness gym and a rooftop swimming pool and Jacuzzi. There are a range of entertainment venues and attractions nearby including the breathtaking deer lake, Metro-town shopping Mall, Burnaby Mountain Park, Silver City Theatres and Barnet Marine Park.
All of the 442 rooms at the Pinnacle Vancouver offer stunning views of the city or harbour and include plush bedding, internet access, air conditioning, television, safe, tea and coffee making facilities and en-suite bathroom with overbath shower.
Holidays to Vancouver offer an exciting mix of city living, with the great outdoors on the doorstep. Enjoying a harbour-side setting on Canada's western coastline, this vibrant city boasts abundant culture, entertainment, beaches, shopping and dining opportunities. The hub of Vancouver is Stanley Park, where you can relax on the beach, stroll along the sea wall pathway, and admire the unique collection of totem poles. The city's eclectic districts offer a wealth of experiences, from shopping in the boutiques of Gastown, to eating noodles in Chinatown. Great days out include the zoo, aquarium and once-in-a-lifetime whale watching adventures. Vancouver is the hub of the Rocky Mountaineer train route, which encompasses Kamloops, Jasper and Banff. Whether you visit Vancouver for a city break, or call in as part of a tailor-made Canadian itinerary, you're sure to have an unforgettable experience.
The best times of year to take Vancouver holidays are in spring and autumn, when mild temperatures are perfect for exploring.
Vancouver city breaks offer plenty of cosmopolitan experiences: museums, galleries, carriage rides around the park. But this is a place where the great outdoors is big news – meaning there are some real adventures to be had. Try the dizzying canyon cliffwalk, zip-wire at Grouse Mountain, stroll across the 450 foot high Capilano Suspension Bridge, or go in search of whales in their natural habitat. Children and adults alike love the city's zoo and aquarium and the 360° views from the Vancouver Lookout. Vancouver is great for shopping and when you're ready to relax, just head to one of the many sandy beaches.
Vancouver's nightlife has everything from live music venues to nightclubs, bars, pubs and casinos. Irish pubs are plentiful in Gastown and the West End, whilst the former warehouse district of Yaletown is the place for sophisticated nightlife. Granville Street caters for the younger end of the market with pubs, live music venues and dance clubs. To the west of the city is Kitsilano, full of quirky cafes and drinking dens.
It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct travel insurance and vaccinations and / or special medication for your destination. Please consult your GP for advice at least one month ahead of travel. It is essential that you meet the visa and passport requirements for your chosen destination. Visit the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (http://www.fco.gov.uk) website for up to date entry requirements listed by country.