Pan Pacific Hotel Vancouver
Pan Pacific Hotel is a luxury "Five Diamond" Vancouver (pronounced “Vancoover”)hotel.
It’s at Canada Place the building on the downtown waterfront with the roof that looks like five big sails.
Depending on which way your room faces you’ll either get an amazing view of the mountains and the harbour or a big city skyline view.
There’s a couple of restaurants in the hotel and one of them The Five Sails Restaurant boasts of serving spectacular waterfront views along with a menu inspired by the sea.
There’s also a more casual lounge in the lobby which I’ve actually have been in and it’s a perfect spot to meet friends for a bite to eat and a cocktail. If you go there Thursday, Friday, or Saturday you’ll also get to hear live piano and jazz.
Being at the Canada Place Trade and Convention Centre the Pan Pacific Hotel gets its share of convention delegates and it’s all set up to look after them with all the amenities ...outdoor heated pool (how great is that), jacuzzi and a sun deck that’s 100 feet (30 meters) above the harbour.
Pan Pacific Hotel also has a fitness club and personnel trainers…but you could always opt instead to go for a bike, walk, run or rollerblade around Stanley Park.
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