Vancouver

Apr 26, 2019 - Apr 27, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Vancouver Hotels

Vancouver is a Canadian west coast seaport that features many outdoor attractions combined with a vibrant city vibe full of exciting art, theatre, music, and restaurant destinations. This ethnically diverse city provides visitors with an array of interesting neighborhoods, shops, and events to explore. You will want to choose a Vancouver hotel that is convenient to the sites you want to explore. You can also opt to rent a car so you can get in as much sightseeing as you can while visiting this eclectic town.

Are There Any Cheap Hotels in Vancouver?

You can find a cheap Vancouver hotel that's within one-to-six miles from the city centre. These accommodations range from guesthouses to hotels to hostels. Some cheap hotels in Vancouver include:

  • Your Own Private Rooms: Just outside Kerrisdale Village and six miles from downtown Vancouver, this property offers a shared kitchen so you can save on the costs of eating every meal out. There are grocery stores, coffee shops and restaurants within walking distance. The free parking is a plus, whether you have your own car or a rental car with you.
  • The Cambie Hostel Seymour: This is an adult-only hostel with bunk bed rooms. It offers a free, on-the-go breakfast, an on-site bar/lounge, and excellent Wi-Fi service. It's located in a bustling downtown area in the north/central part of Vancouver. Walk about 25 minutes to Stanley Park or two minutes to Harbour Centre.
  • Budget Inn Patricia Hotel: Centrally located in Downtown Eastside, this cheap Vancouver hotel is just a mile away from Canada Place and BC Place Stadium. There's a restaurant and bar on site and free newspapers available in the lobby. Walk two blocks to Oppenheimer Park and the Richshaw Theatre. Walk a short distance further to find yourself in the Chinatown section or to the waterfront in the opposite direction.

How Much Do Vancouver Hotels Cost?

You can find a wide range of rates at Vancouver hotels, depending on the distance from downtown and the type of accommodations chosen. For example, a guesthouse with a bedroom and shared kitchen and bath might cost as little as $50 per night, though you may be more than five miles from the city centre in some cases. You can also find a hostel right near the harbor for under $60 a night. A cheap downtown Vancouver hotel with a range of services will cost anywhere from $79 for a budget accommodation up to more than $450 per night for a luxury hotel.

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What are travelers saying about Vancouver?

9.8
Outdoor Enthusiasts
8.6
Foodies
8.0
Adventure Travelers
7.4
Family Travelers
6.5
Green Travelers
Member reviews (351)
Antal János Monori
Antal János Monori
1/26/19

Visited Vancouver, BC in February 2016 and ever since dreaming of coming back here. The fact that you can start the day with a bike ride in Stanley Park, go skiing at Cypress after work by a 30 minute drive from downtown is a dream for adventurers and nature lovers. The people are friendly and very green with their choices. Definitely look

Kari H
Kari H
5/26/18

So much to see and do in the city of Vancouver- from wonderful skiing, to water sports, lovely historical events and attractions and so much more.

Steve Sim
Steve SimYorba Linda, California, USA
12/26/16

Family vacation stop over. Our group of 20 just finished an Alaskan Cruise and spent five days here and it was worth it. The food, activities and the beautiful scenery, I just wish we had more time. I will definitely be back .=)

Eddie
EddieBurns, Kansas, USA
7/6/17

This city is freaking amazing, I don't know where to begin. Depending on how the 2016 elections go I may just move here. Must do: 1) Walk / bike the sea wall. Heck, just walk / bike everywhere 2) Go to Lynn Canyon / Suspension Bridge - just a short and fun ferry ride across the water + one bus ticket (Capsilano suspension bridge is supposed to be awesome too, but I didn't get the chance to go) 3) Spend the extra cash to get a high rise Airbnb with a view. You won't regret it. 4) Go to Granville Island 5) Go paddle boarding on the water 6) In the summer they do yoga at sunset at Kitsilano Beach. Go. You're gonna love your stay. Only downside is that there are no ride sharing services that I am aware of (Lyft, Uber, etc).

FAQs

The least expensive month is November, with an average of $137 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Vancouver is July, with an average price of $325 per night.
The average price of a hotel in April last year was $184 per night. This is 16% less than the average nightly price of $215 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Vancouver, the expected average temperature in April is 10.3°C/50.5°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 25.4°C/77.7°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 0.1°C/32.2°F.
The nearest airport to Vancouver is Vancouver Coal Harbour (CXH) (2.61 miles). Other nearby airports include: Vancouver International (6.04 miles) Vancouver Boundary Bay (6.23 miles) Pitt Meadows (18.75 miles) Sechelt (31.95 miles) Ganges Harbor (33.36 miles)

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