Sheraton Wall Centre Vancouver

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

1088 Burrard Street, Vancouver, V6Z 2R9, Canada
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87%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
32%
434
Very Good
39%
526
Average
16%
223
Poor
7%
104
Terrible
2%
34

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 32% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families71
  • Couples79
  • Solo76
  • Business70

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Loved the sheraton Wall Centre

by TripAdvisor Member GaryinSydney

Just stayed 3 nights here from 1 - 3 Oct. Before booking i was shown a choice of rooms and elected a corner room in the new North Tower.

The room was very spacious and most impressive was the brilliant view through the city to the mountains beyond.

I regard the hotel's location as perfect. Right in the heart of the downtown, within 10 minutes walking distance of everywhere in town, from Davie Street to Robson Street.

Certainly its a business/Conference hotel, but i believe it goes beyong the standard with its location and quality for the price.

Lap of Luxury at affordable price?

by melissa_bel about Sheraton Wall Centre, Vancouver

Probably one of the best hotels I've stayed at. This huge glass tower offers rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows (our room was on a corner so, we had 2 sides full of windows) with a view toward downtown or the harbour (that's the one we got). And those rooms are BIG and the beds, heavenly. Don't forget to drop by the spa and use the sauna and steam room (it's free) and you'll be all set to go to bed after a long day of sight-seeing and shopping in beautiful Vancouver.
If you manage to stay during the fireworks festival, the hotel has a suite opened to all the guests, on the highest floor of the property for one of the best view of the display in town. And you don't need to break the bank to stay there. If you do a little homework, you can find a room for 100 US$. Most prices are around 145 US$. Floor-to-ceiling windows, panoramic views. great spa...

Sheraton Wall Centre

by malhk about Sheraton Wall Centre

C$180 a night It has family rooms that are ideal for families. These are a standard hotel room plus another separate bedroom (but no extra bathroom).

Elegant Dining in a Funky Atmosphere

by rmdw about Indigo Bistro Moderne

The Indigo Bistro is located on the ground floor of the luxurious Sheraton Wall Centre Hotel. Walking just inside, one might get the sense that they've entered a laid back, funky diner. But much like the famous Delano Hotel in Miami Beach, the Indigo is a prime example of simplistic elegance, especially suited for the nouveau riche and the film industry crowd that apparently frequents this place.

The prices aren't cheap, with most entrees costing well over $30 but the food is above average and the service is superb.

The Vancouver Trolley Company

by a5floor

The Vancouver Trolley Company goes through Downtown Vancouver. It shows the touristic places. When you have a day pass, you can hop on and off the Trolley when you like (as long as you show your pass). The Trolley stops are: Gastown (157 Water Street), Seabus Terminal/The Lookout, Canada Place, Hyatt Regency/Melville St., Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, Art Gallery (Howe St.) Pacific Centre, Bosman´s Motor Hotel, Holiday Inn (Howe St.), Quality Inn, The Residence Inn by Marriott, Sheraton Wall Centre Breezeway, Robson St. (Blue Horizon Hotel), Westin Bayshore Resort & Marina, Aquarium Central Parking/Park Drive, Totem Poles, Rose Garden/Prospect Point (Winter), English Bay (Beach & Davie), Vanier Park Stop - Vancouver Museum Maritime Museum & Space Centre, Granville Island (Entrance), Yaletown (Davie & Mainland), Library Square (Homer Street) Science World/SkyTrain Station and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden/Chinatown.

The price on 4 August 2005 for the pass was CAD 30.00.

Fax: 001-604-801-5557
Toll Free phonenumber: 001-1-888-451-5581

Sheraton Was Okay

by TripAdvisor Member Trainer1

Stayed two nights at the Sheraton Wall Centre. We were in a lower floor in the South Tower so the views were not spectacular. Nor did any of our floor-to-ceiling windows open. The Bar/Lounge in the South Tower along the walkway to the North Tower was closed although the restaurant was open. It was a full day before I understood the complete layout and that there were a nice lounge and restaurant in the North Tower. I think the physical arrangement is odd with two separate lobbies. I'm glad we did not have to schlep between towers. The location is good with proximity to Robson Street and shops/restaurants on Davey Street. Walked all around Vancouver. We would stay there again if the price was right.

Very nice hotel but could use some tweaking

by TripAdvisor Member Harlowquinn

We stayed one evening at the Sheraton Vancouver. It was a very nice hotel but a few details are missing that would make it a bit more guest friendly.

First of all, the hotel and guest rooms consist of two separate towers. We checked in at one tower and had to drag our luggage across the courtyard between to the other tower. It would be much easier to connect the two towerswith a nice skywalk to make for a seamless check-in. Also the system they require you to use in the elevator to get to your floor via room card access is a bit excessive and a hassle. I realize they are doing this for security reasons but let's face it -- this isn't downtown Baghdad.

The rooms were comfortably appointed and the view was pretty nice. Beds were firm and clean.

Overall the hotel was nice, but I certainly would not have paid the rack rate to stay there. I would avail myself to the many online travel booking sites to save cash!

Odd but good

by TripAdvisor Member xxxxxxzxxxxxxxx

A stylish, large, modern hotel in central Vancouver. Some of the design elements verge on the bizarre (for example, do bedroom doors really require six spy holes, two of which are less than a foot off the ground?), and it remains to be seen how well some of the quirkier gimmicks age. Nonetheless, for now it all adds up to a highly impressive package. It is just a pity that not all Sheratons are this good.

Enjoy the Wall Centre

by TripAdvisor Member HWAYMI

Second stay at the Wall Centre prior to embarking on a cruise. The location is central to everything, the staff are outstanding and deli's, Starbucks, shopping is close by. Easy to get a taxi to the pier on the day of the cruise & a great location to explore Vancouver.

Nice Hotel

by A TripAdvisor Member

I stayed in the North Tower on the 27th floor in a seemingly small triangular room. The decor is modern, the bed is SUPER cozy, the bathroom is spacious, the view is breath taking with the full wall of floor to ceiling windows, but as previously stated, the room is definitely on the smaller side. The location is ideal and if you can get a good rate (Hotwire), then it's a great place to stay. I definitely wouldn't have much to say if I paid the Expedia rate.

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Victorian vs Le Soleil

by TonyBagnall

hi, busy waying up our hotel options for a 6 day stay in central vancouver. Following our guidebook (footprints), it comes down to the Victorian or the Le Soleil. Victorian cheaper, and hence favorite at the moment. Anyone like to express and opinion or offer advice? Any other hotel faves and all info most welcome, as ever.

RE: Victorian vs Le Soleil

by yvr

The Le Soleil is an upscale botique hotel, one of the nicest in Vancouver, if you are referring to the Victorian on Homer St. There is absolutely no comparison.

RE: RE: Victorian vs Le Soleil

by YVRDave

I have stayed in both, quiet Phil, Le Soleil is full service, Victorian is like a hostel, sorry Victorian.

RE: RE: Victorian vs Le Soleil

by TonyBagnall

thanks, might consider and pay the extra for a bit of posh living then, because le soleil seems quite good value. The conference I'm attending is at Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel, but generally like to try somewhere else so I can see more of town. However, le soleil costs about the same as the Sheraton, think its nicer?

RE: RE: Victorian vs Le Soleil

by yvr

The Sheraton Wall Centre is also very nice, but it is a big impersonal hotel just like the rest. If you have the money pick the Le Soleil. You will be about at 10 minute walk between the two.

RE: RE: Victorian vs Le Soleil

by TonyBagnall

thanks, gone for Le Soleil

RE: RE: Victorian vs Le Soleil

by YVRDave

Have a look ath The Wedgewood also

RE: RE: Victorian vs Le Soleil

by TonyBagnall

looks nice, but beyond my budget (le soleil at $205 seems good value). The ozone cleaned pool sold le soleil sold it to my partner

RE: RE: Victorian vs Le Soleil

by YVRDave

The Copper Chimney restaurant has good food too. The Goat cheese stuffed prawns with coconut batter are very nice

RE: RE: Victorian vs Le Soleil

by TonyBagnall

its on my tip list, Goats cheese always a favorite with us, thanks

RE: RE: Victorian vs Le Soleil

by yvr

Dave, didn't know you were a food gourmet also. Must be nice to be able to afford the Copper Chimney Restaurant also. :-)

RE: RE: Victorian vs Le Soleil

by YVRDave

LOL, I have nice customers Phil. I have to pay at India Bistro

Sheraton

by Applecherry

Hi, Is the Sheraton Wall Centre Hotel near any restaurants, entertainment and shopping.

RE: Sheraton

by YVRDave

Yes it is close to all the above

RE: RE: Sheraton

by Applecherry

Thanks.Appreciate it. Really looking forward to seeing Vancouver, I heard that it is very beautiful.

RE: RE: Sheraton

by YVRDave

A little wet this morning

RE: Sheraton

by Carmanah

That hotel's in the heart of downtown Vancouver within walking distance to Yaletown and Robson (prime shopping districts downtown) and there are probably a thousand restaurants in downtown Vancouver alone. You'll be within a one mile radius to everything.

What's the best option?

by ciare

I'm torn between Times Square Suites, and Century Plaza hotel.
Which has the best/safest location?
Which is nearest grocery stores, transport etc?
Which has the nicer accomodations?

RE: What's the best option?

by yvr

Century Plaza is a hotel that is near the central business area. It is on Burrard St across from the Sheraton Wall Centre Hotel. It is a rather old hotel, some remodeling has taken place. The Times Square Suites is an apartment block that may have been converted to transiant hotel, or it still could be apartments that are rented out by the day or week. It is very close to Stanley Park, next to a McDonalds, very close to public transportaton and is in a very safe area, as I live two blocks from it. If you want hotel living I would take the Century Plaza, even tho I don't think much of it, a little more privacy then the Times Square. You might refer to the following web site for reviews of the Centruy Plaza, www.tripadvisor.com it is reviews posted by previous guests of hotels around the world.

RE: RE: What's the best option?

by bubba4783

Time Square Suites look to be in a great location at the corner of Denman and Robson. If you do stay there, I'd be very interested to hear of your experience. A couple of other options that I've stayed at before and are both in great locations at very good rates, are www.sylviahotel.com and www.barclayhotel.com

RE: RE: What's the best option?

by ciare

Thanks, for the advice.

I think I'll go with Times Square Suites as the accomodation looks a little better, plus they're really fast at getting back to me with my endless questions.

I'll let you know how they are.

RE: What's the best option?

by trickydick

well, you dont say enough about what you want- I think you can get a great deal at the Howard Johnson on granville nice but right in the nightlife area. close to nightlife and restaurants... if you want quiet maybe the times square. maybe check out the sunset inn on burnaby street, 1 block to davie( restaurants and shopping) but on a quiet residential street.
again- go to tripadvisor to get 100s of reviews
century plaza was a little beat up but i believe they have remodelled.
anyplace in vancouver would be safe.anywhere downtown is a good location and easy to get around
good luck

RE: What's the best option?

by dmackinnon



I would definately go to times quare suites. I have not been inside but I have friends who stayed there and really liked it. Clean- modern

I am assuming you don't want services ( front desk consierge etc)

The location is terrific- I live a block away on Robson

May I recommend the Wild garlic Bistro (right acroos the street from Times Square)
Good prices-- drink specials. Great garlic fondue!!

Century plaza is full of bus tours and no appealling


RE: RE: What's the best option?

by ciare

Thanks for the replies guys.

I am not goig to Vancouver after all, but will keep you suggestions in mind for when I do.

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 Sheraton Wall Centre Vancouver

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Address: 1088 Burrard Street, Vancouver, V6Z 2R9, Canada