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Pacific Palisades Hotel

Pacific Palisades Hotel is located on Robson Street in downtown Vancouver (pronounced “Vancoover”).

This four star hotel has a young, hip attitude that shows in their whimsical South Beach décor.

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The trendy Robson Street shopping district is right outside the front door of the Pacific Palisades. And... if you’re here on business the Vancouver business district is only four blocks away from the hotel.

Once you’re back from your day of sight-seeing enjoy a glass of wine at Pacific Palisades Hotel evening wine reception, relax in the day spa or enjoy spa services in the comfort and privacy of your hotel guest room.

From your Pacific Palisades Hotel room you will have a view of the city, park or water. Each hotel room has a kitchenette with micro-wave, mini-bar, coffee-maker and sink and complimentary high-speed internet.

Pacific Palisades Hotel Vancouver

The Pacific Palisades also provides an indoor pool, two fitness rooms and a steam room and there is a bistro in the hotel if you want to dine in.

Pacific Palisades welcomes all pets. There’s no fee and no deposit, no limit on the number of pets, no height or weight restrictions and your pet isn’t restricted to certain floors of the hotel.

You even get a hotel door sign to hang when your pet doesn’t want to be disturbed. Just let the hotel know you ahead of time you’re bringing your pet.

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