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The Empire Landmark Hotel



The Empire Landmark Hotel is one of the tallest hotels in Vancouver (pronounced “Vancoover”).


From your hotel guest room you can enjoy an unobstructed view of the city, the mountains and the Pacific Ocean from your own private balcony.

Empire Landmark Hotel Vancouver

On the lobby level of the hotel there’s casual dining at street level at The Spice Gallery Eatery & Sundeck.

Here you can also find out about tours and car rental information.

Location is everything.

Once you step outside the doors of The Empire Landmark Hotel you’re on trendy Robson Street and in one of the liveliest Vancouver City neighborhoods.

Robson Street has an amazing variety of places to eat and places to shop and it’s within walking distance of major tourist attractions like English Bay and Stanley Park.

Maybe rent a bike or some rollerblades and venture out to explore.

And I’ve saved the best for last!

Empire Landmark Hotel Vancouver

At the end of the day go to the 42nd floor of the Empire Landmark Hotel and watch a beautiful romantic sunset while you dine on Pacific North West Cuisine at the Cloud 9 restaurant.

Keeping checking the view though the restaurant resolves 360 degrees.

More Downtown Vancouver Hotels

The Opus Hotel has been voted one of the world's top 100 hotels.

The Wedgewood Hotel features flowers, fine antiques and original works of art in a warm elegant European setting.

The Listel Hotel is an intimate boutique hotel located on the most lively street in Vancouver.

The Renaissance Hotel is a Vancouver waterfront hotel.

Pacific Palisades Hotel has a young, hip attitude that shows in their whimsical décor.

Coast Plaza Hotel is one of the most popular moderately priced suite hotels in Vancouver.

Blue Horizon Hotel is a modern up-to-date moderately priced hotel located on Vancouver's famous Robson Street.

The Sutton Hotel is a 5 star boutique hotel in downtown Vancouver.

The Fairmont Waterfront Hotel is one of Vancouver’s most popular and best hotels.

Hyatt Hotel is right in the middle of downtown Vancouver and that means you’re close to many attractions.

Pan Pacific Hotel is a luxury Five Diamond Vancouver hotel with spectacular waterfront views.

The Barclay hotel in heart of the downtown area of Vancouver and close to everything you’d want to see and find in the city.

Vancouver’s Granville Island Hotel is little paradise on an island within the city.

The Fairmont Vancouver Airport is the only hotel that you can walk to right from the airport departure and arrival terminals, no need for a airport limousine, shuttle bus or public transit to take you to your downtown Vancouver hotel.

The Metropolitan Hotel Vancouver Has some of the best views in the city and a skyline that money just can’t buy.

The Sandman Hotel is one of the names even people living here know well, especially known for its on-site events such as sports events and activities.




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