Wedgewood Hotel & Spa

Rated 9.3 in 454 reviews. 83 rooms.

★★★★★

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The Wedgewood Hotel & Spa is one of Vancouver's leading luxury downtown Vancouver hotels. Located amidst the gardens and waterfalls of the fashionable Robson Square in the heart of Vancouver's thriving cosmopolitan core.

The Wedgewood Hotel has become a renowned landmark featuring a traditional European setting. Privately owned and operated by Greek born owner, Elpie Marinakis Jackson, the Wedgewood has been a rarity amongst Vancouver hotels as a family-run boutique hotel providing a home away from home for countless guests.

Featuring full-service spa, sauna and fitness centre, this non-smoking hotel offers rooms with private balconies. Bacchus, a luxurious lounge and restaurant, is located on site. Vancouver city centre SkyTrain station is just 5 minutes’ walk away. A flat-screen cable TV with DVD player is offered in each room at Wedgewood Hotel & Spa. A seating area, a desk and a minibar are provided. Free toiletries, a bathrobe and slippers are included. Daily afternoon tea is available from 14:00 to 16:00 in Bacchus. A transportation service to the airport, cruise ship terminal, train station, Whistler and other destinations is available through the concierge for an additional fee. A 24 hour reception, business centre and concierge desk provide added convenience at Wedgewood Hotel Vancouver. Robson Street is 75 metres from this hotel. Vancouver Convention Centre and Canada Place are both 10 minutes’ walk away.

Spa Facilities

  • Massage
  • Hammam
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa and wellness centre

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A guide to great places nearby Wedgewood Hotel & Spa

  1. Hubbub Sandwiches

    The turkey sausage sandwich is good. Prawn is decent too. The caramelized onion inside has great flavour.

    20 m from hotel
    859 Hornby St

  2. Vancouver Art Gallery

    What do you think of the plans for a brand new concert hall at the existing site of the Vancouver Art Gallery?

    179 m from hotel
    750 Hornby St.

  3. Commodore Ballroom

    Sick of washroom line ups? Did you know that there is a bathroom upstairs in the Commodore? – Team Live Nation

    228 m from hotel
    868 Granville St

  4. Coast Restaurant

    Coast is part of a group of restaurants that puts on an annual holiday feast for Downtown Eastside residents. Read more at the link.

    282 m from hotel
    1054 Alberni St.

  5. Guu Original

    Great izakaya with an authentic feel and affordable eats. Be prepared for welcoming shouts of "irrashaimase."

    301 m from hotel
    838 Thurlow St.

  6. Thierry Chocolaterie Patisserie

    Macarons, cakes, ice creams and real hot chocolate! A great after dinner spot, fully licensed too!

    301 m from hotel
    1059 Alberni St

  7. Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House

    Joe Fortes is the creme de creme of patios in Vancouver. Not just because of the swanky San Francisco style restaurant below, but for amazing park-like tranquillity it creates. http://bit.ly/pu4W2M

    339 m from hotel
    777 Thurlow St

  8. Pacific Centre

    Stop by Sport Chek and pick up your Whistler Blackcomb EDGE Card - your local's ski card, offering best lift ticket rates.

    364 m from hotel
    701 West Georgia St.

  9. Bella Gelateria

    Prepared to be blown away by the purity of flavours and complexity of textures. Try the intense espresso, distinctly peaty, Ileach Cask-strength Scotch and chocolate gelato.

    0.8 km from hotel
    1001 W Cordova St

  10. BC Place

    Home of Vancouver Whitecaps FC. Follow Vancouver Whitecaps FC ( https://foursquare.com/whitecapsfc ) and earn the badge.

    1.0 km from hotel
    777 Pacific Blvd.

  11. Meat & Bread

    Mia Stainsby's review: "People aren't looking for handouts, but they're very comfortable these days with just the basics as long as it's a food-savvy establishment. They're here for the smokin' sandw

    1.0 km from hotel
    370 Cambie St

  12. Rogers Arena

    Fanatic Fact: In 1980, Canucks Coach Neilson, upset at officiating, put a white towel on a hockey stick and held it up in surrender. The next game fans waved white towels and "Towel Power" was born!

    1.1 km from hotel
    800 Griffiths Way

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