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Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront
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Pan Pacific Vancouver
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The Sutton Place Hotel - Vancouver
Reviewed on Oct. 19, 2020
What Is a Hostel?
If you're hoping to find a low-cost place to stay in Vancouver, one of the 11 hostels here could be a great option for you. No two hostels look exactly alike, but these dormitory-style accommodations all have the following:
- Shared rooms (though many hostels also have private rooms)
- Budget prices
- A social atmosphere
Hostels are a great way to stay in Vancouver for a good value, so you can save more for sightseeing. You can enjoy activities in this destination like shopping and biking.
Hostels in Vancouver
Ready to book a hostel in town? These ones have the best reviews from our guests and could be a good place to start:
Samesun Vancouver - Located within a 5-minute walk of Orpheum Theater. Property features include free breakfast, free WiFi, and a restaurant.
C&N Backpackers Hostel - Vancouver - Close to public transit, this property is within a 5-minute walk of Main Street-Science World Station and Vancouver Pacific Central Station. You can take advantage of free WiFi and a shared/communal kitchen, as well as tour/ticket assistance. Rooms come with showers.
Hotel Ambassador - Located within a 10-minute walk of St. Paul's Hospital and Orpheum Theater. Property features include free WiFi, a shared/communal kitchen, and a 24-hour front desk. Rooms come with TVs.
Pacific Spirit Hostel - Located within a 10-minute walk of University of British Columbia and Museum of Anthropology. You can take advantage of free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk, as well as laundry facilities. Rooms come with towels and linens.
Cambie Downtown Hostel (Seymour) - Located steps from Harbour Centre. Property features include free WiFi, a nightclub, and a restaurant. Rooms come with showers and linens.
When Is the Best Time to Visit Vancouver?
Good weather's definitely a plus when you're experiencing new places, so here's a little information that may be helpful:
- The hottest months are typically July and August, while January and December are the coldest months
- January-March: Daytime temperatures average 50° F and nighttime temperatures average 29° F
- April-June: 67° F is the daytime average and 37° F is the nighttime average
- July-September: Daytime averages are around 70° F and nighttime averages are around 45° F
- October-December: The average temperatures are 58° F during the day and 31° F at night
- Average rainfall is 1.57 inches in a year
What Can I Do in Vancouver?
Depending on what you're interested in, you might like these places:Top Sights
- Queen Elizabeth Theatre
- Canada Place
- BC Place Stadium
- Stanley Park
- Queen Elizabeth Park
- VanDusen Botanical Garden
- Vancouver Art Gallery
- Orpheum Theater
- TELUS World of Science
Generally, Vancouver is known for its:
How to Get to Vancouver and Around the Area
You can fly into the nearest airport in Vancouver, BC (YVR-Vancouver Intl.), located 6.7 mi (10.7 km) away from the city center. An alternative is Galiano Island, BC (YMF-Montague Harbour Seaplane Base), situated 29.7 mi (47.8 km) away. After you've arrived, you may want to use public transit to get around. You can walk to nearby metro stations including Vancouver City Center Station, Granville Station, and Burrard Station. To explore more of the surrounding area, hop on a train at Vancouver Waterfront Station, Vancouver Pacific Central Station, or Vancouver Rocky Mountaineer Station.