Review: Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver

Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver Deluxe Preferred View Room

Video Tour from my YouTube Channel πŸ“ΊπŸ“Ί

Date of stay: October 14-15, 2017
Address: 791 W Georgia St, Vancouver, BC V6C 2T4, Canada
Nightly Rate: 160 EUR without breakfast
Room: Superior City View Room, upgraded to Deluxe Preferred View Room
How to get here: From the airport, take Canada Line and get off at Vancouver City Centre Station. The hotel is a few minutes walk from the station.

Hotel Exterior & Entrance

Main entrance

Entrance from the shopping centre

Lower Lobby


Reception & Upper Lobby

Room Keys

Elevators, 24th Floor

Elevators guide

Deluxe Preferred View Room, 2407

Entryway mirror

King bed

Four Seasons pillows 😍

Chair with ottoman

Work desk

Complimentary wifi

USB ports πŸ‘πŸ‘

LG flat screen TV

DVD player

TV Channel guide

Keurig coffee machine

Timothy's English breakfast tea & ADAGIO decaf and medium roast coffee, CLARO cups

Evian mineral water

L'Occitane soap

L'Occitane shampoo, conditioner and shower gel 😍😍

Bathrobes, safe, luggage rack

Iron and ironing board

Floor map

View, city and mountain

From the Four Seasons app, I was able to log in using the hotels confirmation number (I had to ask for it since where we booked it has a different reservations number). From there, I was able to request for slippers, shaving kit and dental kit. Unfortunately, they didn't have the sleeping mask.

Slippers, dental kit and shaving kit

Turndown Service

The turndown service included a bottle of mineral water and a breakfast menu card on the bedside table  .

Dog Menu

From the hotel's website, there is a dog menu which is really cool πŸ‘


Business Centre, on the 3rd floor (24 hours a day)

Pool, 4th floor (5:30am to 10pm)

Fitness Centre, 4th floor (5:30am to 10pm)

There's also the YEW seafood + bar located on the 2nd floor and open from 7am to 10pm.


A few weeks ago, Mike and I were in Vancouver and although we had booked our first three nights at the Residence Inn months before our arrival, I decided we'd wait a little before booking a hotel for our fourth and last night. Fortunately, I found a very nice rate on the internet for Four Seasons (about 190 CAD) weeks before our arrival and without any hesitation, I booked it. We arrived at the hotel around 10:40am and the first thing we saw was the gorgeous lower lobby 😍 At the reception on the second floor, we were greeted by a friendly associate, Jenny who is also from the Philippines. She upgraded us to a Deluxe Preferred View room and which was ready even for such an early check-in πŸ‘ The room was very nice and the bed was one of the most comfortable beds we've had. It was also interestingly high so Mike and I joked that people who are short would really have to climb the bed πŸ˜‰ The bathroom was on the small side but the L'Occitane toiletries made up for it. I remember getting the same L'Occitane lotion when I flew in Air China First Class a few years ago. From the 24th floor, the view was fantastic, with both the city and the mountain. The pool and the fitness center looked great although we were not able to enjoy it. What's very nice about the pool is that you have nice views of the city especially the Vancouver Lookout πŸ‘ The room we booked did not include breakfast but it was not a problem since there are lots of restaurants near the hotel including the adjacent shopping center with it's food court. Of course, the location is perfect since it is in the center, minutes away from the Waterfront, Gastown, China Town and other tourist attractions. Lastly, all the staff we encountered were all smiling and gave us the feeling of being home. Overall, we really enjoyed our one night stay at the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver and for the price we paid, it was definitely worth it and we'd gladly stay here again the next time we are in Vancouver. To all the staff of Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver especially to Jenny, thank you so much 😍