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These are Vancouver's most expensive hotel rooms (PHOTOS)

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Chandler Walter Mar 23, 2017 2:43 am 15,773

In need of a quick getaway? Have a few thousand dollars to spend? Masquerading as a royal prince from a foreign land? Well, you’ve come to the right place.

We’ve teamed up with Expedia to put together the most luxurious, most expensive, and most marbled hotel rooms that this great city has to offer.

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These places will make you feel like your sleeping on stacks of cash — though if you want to experience that literally, you’ll have to bring your own.

(Note: These prices are approximates, as they are subject to change by day of the week, month, or season.)

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver – The Royal Suite

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver outside

Image: Fairmont.com

Price:  $2,800/night

What you’ll get: Live like a king (or a princess, or a reigning Queen of 65 years and counting) in the classiest suite that the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver has to offer. The place accommodates 50 people, so whether you’re discussing politics around the fire or hosting dinner at the enormous dining room table, you’ll have room for all your subjects.

Comes with four bedrooms, 9000 sq ft, and a view of the city skyline.

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver Royal Suite (Image: Fairmont.com)

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver Royal Suite (Image: Fairmont.com)

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver Royal Suite bedroom (Image: Fairmont.com)

Fairmont Pacific Rim – Chairman’s Suite

fairmont pacific rim

Image: Fairmont.com

Price: $15,000/night

What you’ll get: Also known as the “Rockstar Suite” for the private elevator that takes you into your new digs, this suite has two floors, a reflection pool and an amazing view of the city. Hang out by the outdoors fireplace or just gaze at the swaying palm trees. The world is yours, rockstar.

Comes with two stories, 2,250 sq ft, a huge chandelier, and a hand carved soaker tub.

Fairmont pacific rim chairman's suite

Image: Fairmont.com

Shangri-La Hotel – Orchid Suite

Shangri-La Hotel

Image: Shangri-La Hotel/Facebook

Price: $3,000/night

What you’ll get: Who hasn’t wanted to live somewhere with gigantic pillars? You’ll feel right at home here — that is, if your usual home is a mansion. This place is built to throw off the whole “hotel room” feel, and aims to make it seem more like you’re living it up in the city.

Comes with a private balcony, floor to ceiling windows, and 1,395 sq ft of luxury.

Shangri-La Orchid Suite

Image: Screenshot from Shangri-La.com video tour

Shangri-La Orchid Suite

Image: Screenshot from Shangri-La.com video tour

Four Seasons Hotel – Royal Suite

Four Seasons Hotel

Image: Four Seasons Hotel/Facebook

Price: $2,000/night

What you’ll get: In case the other royal suite wasn’t quite your style, this one may be more to your standards. Take in the crisp view of Vancouver’s mountains while lounging on the couch, or walk up the stairs — yes, the stairs — to your master bedroom for a short, suite nap.

Comes with a massive 1,660 sq ft, marble bathroom, and an extra guest powder room.

four seasons royal suite

Image: fourseasons.com

Hotel Le Soleil – Penthouse

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Image: Hotel Le Soleil/Facebook

Price: $1,000/night

What you’ll get: Oh, you know, just 16 foot high vaulted ceilings, a rooftop balcony, and a personal bar for entertaining. nbd. Rent out both of the penthouses together and combine them for a mega party, and you’ll be able to invite 100 of your closest friends/business partners/future admirers.

Comes with 800 sq ft of class, its own library/office, and — did I already mention? — its own bar.

Image via Executive Hotel Le Soleil Vancouver

Image via Executive Hotel Le Soleil Vancouver

Loden Hotel – Halo Penthouse

Loden Hotel

Image: Loden Hotel/Facebook

Price: $5,000/night

What you’ll get: This halo penthouse is nothing short of angelic (sorry we couldn’t resist). With white sheets and shining light, this penthouse is at both the pinnacle of fine living, and of the hotel itself. The suite has its own halo, in the form of a 1,400 sq ft wraparound terrace, so you’ll be getting sweet sunlight shining down every hour of the day.

Comes with 1,600 sq ft, a huge terrace, and views of Coal Harbour and the North Shore Mountains.

Loden Balcony

Image: screenshot from theloden.com

halo penthouse

image: luxurybc.ca

Rosewood Hotel Georgia – Rosewood Suite

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Image: rosewoodhotels.com

Price: $3,500/night

What you’ll get: With a private rooftop garden, an outdoor fireplace, and a plunge pool, who would even need the rest of the suite? Well, anyone who enjoys a huge soaker tub, a dining area that seats eight, and something called a “rain-forest shower” may want to take a peek inside, at the very least.

Comes with 1,492 sq ft, a view along Georgia Street, room for 20 guests, and 2 bedrooms (though a third can be added, of course).

rosewood terrace

Image: rosewoodhotels.com

rosewood suite

Image: rosewoodhotels.com


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Chandler Walter
Staff Writer with Daily Hive. Langara Journalism Graduate, subpar photographer, and extremely mediocre tweeter. He wishes he knew how to whistle (even just a little bit) or type with all ten fingers. And yes, like from 'Friends.' Email your story to [email protected]

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