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Hotels in Vancouver Waterfront near Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal

Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal Introduction

You get a view of Burrard Inlet and the North Shore mountains from Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal. Owned and operated by Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, the pier has been hosting Alaska cruise ships for over 30 years. This award-winning terminal with its iconic sails can accommodate up to 4 ships at a time, and welcomes more than 900,000 visitors annually. It’s in a prime location if you want to visit downtown Vancouver, which is just an 11-minute walk away. Here you’ll find tons of restaurants and bars, including craft breweries and cozy cafes.

Hotels near Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal

There’s a wide range of hotels near Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal. Some of the nearby 4- and 5-star hotels offer views of the ocean, rooftop terraces, and indoor or outdoor pools, along with restaurants and bars. But there are budget options too, including simple inns and hostels. If you want to avoid high hotel prices and the crowds, try not to visit during the summer. Spring and fall still offer pleasant temperatures, along with lower hotel costs. You’ll find the best bargains in the winter, but you may need an umbrella.

Where to stay near Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal

Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal is located in downtown Vancouver on Burrard Inlet. This vibrant area is rich in places to eat and drink, with numerous cafes, restaurants, and nightlife. One of the city’s most popular neighborhoods is Yaletown. Once a warehouse district, this hip area is home to trendy eateries and high-end specialty shops, as well as the sports arena BC Place stadium. Just north of downtown is West End. At its heart is Robson Street, one of the Vancouver’s shopping meccas, where visitors and locals alike come to hang out and people watch.

Things to see near Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal

Take in Burrard Inlet views from the Seawall at Stanley Park, one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions and home to the Vancouver Aquarium. It’s 2.6 km away. The artisans and eateries at Granville Island Public Market, 4.3 km from the cruise terminal, offers a waterfront experience and city skyline views. An 11-minute walk from Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal will take you to historic Gastown, with its cobblestone streets and Gastown Steam Clock. The Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia is 12.1 km from the terminal.

How to get to Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal

Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal is easily accessible from central areas of Vancouver. It’s only a 5-minute walk from Waterfront Station. Here you can hop on the rapid transit system, known as SkyTrain, for quick trips around the city as well as to and from Vancouver International Airport, 15.5 km away. There’s also an extensive bus network connecting major tourist attractions, including Yaletown. There’s a bike sharing program called Mobi, plus there are rental options for cycling along the Seawall. If you want to walk to the Olympic Cauldron, it will take you just 4 minutes from the cruise terminal.