As would be expected, downtown Vancouver has no shortage of great hotels to choose from that are within walking distance to the Rogers Arena. We have highlighted the hotels that offer the best in amenities, style and service.

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Editor's Top 10 Picks

Editor's Picks
Book from ~$153 CAD
Highly praised downtown Vancouver hotel with outdoor pool and suites with kitchen & balcony
Along with many former guests, L'Hermitage is our top pick for Vancouver hotels. It's about a 10-minute walk from Rogers Arena, so if it's busy by the arena, you're far enough away to not hear the crowds, but close enough to walk to your event. This is a luxury boutique hotel located in the entertainment district of Vancouver that offers everything you would expect from a great hotel. It's won awards and has perfect scores from online guest reviews. What creates all the raving fans? We think it's the first-class service the staff provide. It offers an outdoor salt-water pool and hot tub along with a well-liked buffet breakast. The popular Medina Cafe is also on site offering breakfast and lunch. Free amenities include excellent Wi-Fi, a downtown shuttle, and loaner bikes.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, local shuttle, bicycle rentals, local calls, newspapers
  • Rooms were very clean, stylish and comfortable
  • Location was an easy walk to restaurants, shops, attractions and Skytrain
  • Staff were exceptional and made the stay
  • Breakfast and Café Medina were well liked
  • Wi-Fi was rated as excellent by guests
  • Good value according to many guests
Cons
  • Valet parking is $28, plus tax per night
  • Some found the pool a little small
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Book from ~$111 CAD
Highly praised and elegant downtown Vancouver hotel with restaurant and free area shuttle
The Georgian Court Hotel is an elegant boutique hotel a short walk to the Rogers Arena as well as to Robson Street, Gastown, Yaletown and the SkyTrain. If you feel like riding, the hotel offers a free shuttle to downtown destinations, as well as free bicycle rentals. Downtown Vancouver has dedicated bike lanes as well as bike paths that provide another option to see the city and its beauty close up. The hotel supplies excellent free Wi-Fi, has a well loved on-site restaurant and lounge, as well as in-room spa services, steam room and hot tub. The Orchid Floor offers extra amenities to the female guests of this hotel. The rooms at the Georgian Court are modern, roomy and well-furnished and the staff are the best in the business.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, wired Internet, downtown shuttle, bicycle rentals, local calls, bottled water, newspapers
  • Rooms were well appointed and very clean, with comfy beds
  • Location was well liked for accessing downtown restaurants, shops and attractions
  • Staff were very well liked, efficient and friendly
  • Frankie’s restaurant got rave reviews
  • Wi-Fi was rated as excellent by guests
Cons
  • Underground parking is $23, plus tax per 24 hours
  • Noise from nearby loading docks were a problem for some guests
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Book from ~$161 CAD
Highly praised downtown Vancouver hotel near BC Place with restaurant & free hot breakfast 
This is a good choice for accessing the Rogers Arena, an easy walk away. It's a very well liked hotel for its modern decor, free hot breakfast, secure underground parking and free area shuttle. There's free bicycles for exploring the city and warm cookies at the free beverage bar upon your return.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, hot breakfast, downtown shuttle, bicycle rentals, beverage bar, bottled water, newspapers
  • Rooms were clean, quiet and comfortable
  • Location convenient for accessing downtown attractions, restaurants and shops on foot
  • Staff provided very friendly and helpful service
  • Guests loved the free breakfast for freshness and selection
  • Wi-Fi was rated very good by guests
  • Bogarts Restaurant attached was well liked by many guests
Cons
  • Underground parking costs $24 per day
  • Some found parkade a little tight for larger vehicles
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Book from ~$136 CAD
Popular downtown Vancouver hotel with indoor pool, great views and suites with kitchen

Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free newspapers
  • Many guests described their rooms as clean and spacious
  • Many reviewers complimented the staff for their friendly and helpful service
  • Many guests found the location convenient for exploring downtown attractions on foot
  • Several reviewers said that they were likely to stay at this hotel again in the future
Cons
  • Many guests thought that the furnishings and decor were in need of upgrades
  • A couple of reviewers thought that the in-room kitchen appliances were in need of replacing
  • Parking is $21.60 including tax
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Book from ~$147 CAD
Highly praised boutique hotel in downtown Vancouver with restaurant, bar & free breakfast

Pros
  • Free made-to-order full hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi and free local and worldwide long distance calls
  • Many guests described their rooms as clean and well-appointed
  • The staff were frequently complimented for their friendly and professional service
  • Many reviewers found the location convenient for exploring downtown Vancouver on foot
  • Several guests thought that this hotel offered good value for the money they spent
  • Many guests praised the food at the free breakfast
Cons
  • A few guests were disturbed in their rooms by traffic noise
  • A couple of reviewers described their rooms as small
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Book from ~$198 CAD
Highly praised downtown Vancouver harbourfront hotel with rooftop pool and ocean views

Pros
  • Club floor guests receive free breakfast, free evening hors d'oeuvres, free Wi-Fi, and free coffee and tea
  • Many guests found the location convenient for accessing downtown attractions and the cruise ship terminal on foot
  • The staff were frequently complimented for their attentive service
  • Many reviewers described their rooms as clean
  • Many guests praised the food at the on-site restaurants
  • Many reviewers described pleasant views of the harbour from their rooms
Cons
  • Wi-Fi is $4.95 or $14.95 per 24 hours
  • Self-parking is $39 and valet parking is $43 per night including tax
  • Several guests thought that the on-site restaurants were expensive
  • A couple of reviewers were disturbed in their rooms by noise from sea planes
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Book from ~$109 CAD
Good value downtown Vancouver hotel with indoor pool and suites with kitchenette 

Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, cookies, newspapers
  • Rooms were very clean and spacious with comfy beds
  • Location was an easy walk to restaurants, shops, groceries, attractions and public transit
  • Staff were friendly and helpful
  • Restaurant on site offered good meals at a reasonable cost
  • Good value according to guests
Cons
  • Underground self-parking is $16 and valet parking is $25, plus tax per night
  • Wi-Fi did not work well in some guest rooms
  • In-room furnishings were a little dated
  • Some found the continental breakfast a little basic
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Book from ~$89 CAD
Popular downtown Vancouver boutique hotel with modern amenities, café and free Wi-Fi

Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, North American calls, loaner bikes, fitness centre passes, loaner umbrellas
  • Rooms were very clean with retro décor and comfy beds
  • Location was an easy walk to dining, shopping, the hospital, public transit and downtown attractions
  • The staff were well liked, friendly and helpful
  • Guests enjoyed the garden courtyard for beauty and relaxation
  • The café was well liked for its convenience and quality breakfast and pastries
  • Good value at this hotel, according to guests
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent by guests
Cons
  • Underground parking costs $28 plus tax per night
  • Some guests complained of noise disturbance from inside or outside the hotel
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Book from ~$252 CAD
Luxury hotel in downtown Vancouver with harbour views, fine dining, day spa & rooftop pool

Pros
  • The staff were frequently complimented for their attentive and professional service
  • Many guests described their rooms as clean and well-appointed
  • Many reviewers praised the food at the on-site restaurants
  • Many guests found the location convenient for exploring the harbourfront area on foot
  • Several reviewers described their beds as comfortable
  • Several guests praised the views of the harbour from their guest rooms
Cons
  • A few reviewers found the touch-controls for the in-room lighting difficult to operate
  • Wi-Fi for (non club members) is $14.65 for 24 hrs
  • Self-parking is $44 and valet parking is $46 per night including tax
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Book from ~$82 CAD
Cozy boutique hotel in Vancouver's downtown with modern amenities and free breakfast

Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free breakfast
  • Numerous guests praised the hotel's proximity to downtown and public transit
  • The hotel's staff were complimented on their helpful and knowledgeable service
  • Several lodgers enjoyed their clean and comfortable rooms
Cons
  • The hotel's lack of elevator was a challenge for a few lodgers
  • A few guests complained of small rooms and no air conditioning
  • Parking is 18.90 per night (includes taxes)

4 Other Hotels Close to Rogers Arena

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Book from ~$69 CAD
One block from BC Place Stadium, clean rooms with shared bathrooms and kitchens
Location
Located in central Vancouver, this affordable hotel is just an 8-minute walk or 3-minute drive from the Rogers Arena.
Parking
Underground parking is available for guests at a fee of $13 per night.
Getting Around
The Stadium-Chinatown SkyTrain Station is a 4-minute walk from this hotel and Highway 99 via W. Georgia St. is a 3-minute drive away.

Nearby popular shopping district, Robson Street, is just a 1-minute walk away and Chinatown can be reached in under an 8-minute walk. Gastown and Yaletown can both be reached in under a 10-minute walk in either direction.
Pros
  • Many guests thought that the room rates were reasonable
  • Many reviewers described their rooms as clean and comfortable
  • The staff were frequently complimented for their friendly and helpful service
  • Many guests found the location convenient for accessing downtown attractions on foot
  • A few reviewers appreciated the common kitchen areas for preparing meals
Cons
  • A few guests found their rooms to be small
  • A few reviewers thought that the interior decor was somewhat dated
  • A few guests complained about paying additional fees for Wi-Fi ($6 per 24 hours)
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Book from ~$79 CAD
Good value downtown Vancouver hotel near Rogers Arena with indoor pool and restaurant
Location
In central downtown Vancouver, this hotel is just an 8-minute walk from the Rogers Arena.
Parking
Parking is available on site for a fee of $20.33 per night.
Getting Around
Nearby shopping district, Robson Street, can be reached in a 1-minute walk, while historic Gastown or modern Yaletown and Chinatown can all be reached in a 10-minute walk in either direction.

Highway 99 can be reached in under a 3-minute drive.
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Many guests found the location convenient for accessing Vancouver attractions on foot
  • Several reviewers described their rooms as clean
  • Several guests complimented the food quality at the on-site restaurant
  • A few reviewers thought that the hotel offered good value for the money they spent
Cons
  • Many guests found the front desk agents to be disinterested and unhelpful
  • Several guests described their rooms as small
  • A few reviewers complained about a lack of hot water in their bathrooms
  • A few reviewers thought that the decor needed updating
  • Parking is $22 per night (plus tax)
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$157 CAD
Central location, friendly service, spacious rooms, but slow elevators
Location
Located on trendy Robson Street, a shopping area, the Westin Grand is a 12-minute walk from the Rogers Arena.
Parking
Valet parking is available for $35 per 24-hour period, while self-parking during a 24-hour period costs $30.
Getting Around
The closest SkyTrain Station is the Vancouver City Centre Station at a 6-minute walk away. Highway 99 can be reached in under a 4-minute drive.

Gastown and Chinatown can be reached in a 13-minute walk, while Yaletown is just a 6-minute walk away.
Pros
  • Many guests found the location convenient for accessing shopping destinations and sports venues on foot
  • The staff were frequently complimented for their friendly and helpful service
  • Several reviewers described their rooms as clean and spacious
  • Several guests praised the food at the on-site restaurant
  • A few reviewers thought that this hotel offered good value for the money they spent
Cons
  • Many reviewers described the elevators as slow
  • A few guests had difficulty maintaining a comfortable in-room temperature
  • A few reviewers thought that the in-room furnishings were dated and in need of upgrades
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$106 CAD
Downtown Vancouver hotel in heritage building with clean rooms, free breakfast & free Wi-Fi
Location
Located just outside of Gastown and the Waterfront districts, this hotel is a 10-minute walk from the Rogers Arena.
Parking
Valet parking service is available for $29.50 plus tax per night.
Getting Around
The heritage Gastown district is a 5-minute walk from the hotel, while Chinatown is a 9-minute walk and Yaletown is 14 minutes away on foot.

The nearest SkyTrain station is Waterfront Station, at a 3-minute walk, and Highway 99 is a 3-minute drive.
Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, hot breakfast
  • Many guests found the location convenient for accessing downtown and waterfront attractions on foot
  • Many reviewers complimented the staff for their friendly and helpful service
  • Many guests described their rooms as clean
  • Several reviewers thought that the hotel offered good value for the money they spent
  • Beds were comfortable according to guests
Cons
  • Several reviewers described their rooms as small
  • Several guests thought that the neighbourhood surrounding the hotel was unsafe
  • Valet parking is $32.50 plus tax per night

Tips For Staying Near Rogers Arena

Location
The Rogers Arena, known as the General Motors Arena (GM Place) until 2010, is located in Vancouver's downtown core on the shores of False Creek. It is about a 5-minute walk southwest of Andy Livingstone Park and Vancouver's Chinatown.

Home to the Vancouver Canucks (NHL), where Canadian Men's and Women's hockey teams made history in the 2010 Winter Olympics, and previous home to the Vancouver Grizzlies (NBA), Vancouver Ravens (NLL) and the Vancouver Voodoos (RHI), the Rogers Arena is Vancouver's go-to for sporting events.
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Parking
Parking is available both on site and in the surrounding neighbourhood. Most lots are pay-by-machine, but during event days, the rates fluctuate.

Disabled parking can be reserved on site by calling (604) 899-7445.
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Getting Around
Public transit is easily accessible. There is a bus stop across the street and the Stadium-Chinatown SkyTrain Station is an 8-minute walk away. 

A single ride fare during the day is zoned and starts at $1.75 for within Zone 1 and can go up to $3.75 for transport to Zone 3. The fare is valid for 90 minutes and allows for hop-on, hop-off service. Evenings after 6:30 pm, weekends and statutory holidays, the fare is $1.75 for travel within all zones. An unlimited-ride day pass can be purchased for $9.75 and includes the SeaBus ferry to Northern Vancouver.

Visitors may also want to note that all of the hotels featured below are within a 15-minute walk of Rogers Arena.

Highway 99, connecting to the Trans-Canada Highway (about a 16-minute drive away) runs through the city right past the arena and can be reached in under a 5-minute drive.
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Dining
There are many options for dining throughout the Rogers Arena, ranging from your typical game-time fare such as Grimm's Classic Dogs, Southside Grill, Sterling's, Triple-O's White Spot and West Coast Fresh Fries. Also available are Amigos and Chili Peppers for Mexican fare, or Chop Sticks for Asian-inspired meals. 

Of course, there are multiple beer stands, a wine stand, snack and popcorn stands, as well as a coffee shop. 

For more premium dining options, guests can choose from the Avaya Champions Club with vantage-point premium seats and dining area, the Best Buy Club, the River Rock Club or the reservations-only Captains Room. The Center Ice Grill is open to all ticket holders.

Rogers Arena supports designated drivers with their Bud Good Sport program, which enables those who aren't drinking for the sake of their friends a contest entry and free soft drinks.
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Entertainment
Home to the Vancouver Canucks, the Rogers Arena hosts many NHL games a year and was home to the 2010 Winter Olympics. Throughout the year the arena is also host to many international music artists.

Tours can be arranged for those wanting an up-close-and-personal look at the event space. They take place on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and cost $12 for adults.
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