There’s lots to choose from in Richmond, good solid hotels with a lower price point.
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Editor's Top 6 Picks

Editor's Picks
Book from ~$109 CAD
Highly-recommended new hotel with comfortable rooms near Hwy 99 in south Richmond
The Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Riverport is our pick for great value in Richmond. This is a well-run and quiet hotel, stacked with amenities, that is clean and well-maintained, with comfortable rooms at a very good price. Guests highlighted the free breakfast and airport shuttle, its proximity to restaurants and the professional staff that go above and beyond to serve their customers. They also have a nice outdoor courtyard to relax in, besides an indoor pool and hot tub.
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free parking, free airport shuttle, free breakfast
  • Most guests complimented the staff for their efficient and helpful service
  • Several reviewers were pleased with the hotel's location
  • The hotel's clean and spacious rooms were a source of many compliments
  • Many guests found the hotel quiet
  • Many guests appreciated the hotel's breakfast with hot and cold selections
  • Hotel amenities include an indoor pool and hot tub
Cons
  • A couple of guests found the parking spots small and tight
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$244 CAD
Richmond airport hotel 8 minutes to YVR with free airport shuttle and nearby SkyTrain stop
Days Inn is closer to downtown Richmond and the Vancouver airport, and is also a well-run hotel and a good pick for value. Guests of this hotel have the added benefit of being able to access the SkyTrain to Vancouver within a short walk. Rooms have mini-fridges and flat screen TVs, and guests say they are clean, spacious and comfortable. Guests can take the free airport shuttle to the Vancouver airport and enjoy the hotel’s free continental breakfast with fresh waffles.
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free parking, free continental breakfast, free airport shuttle
  • Most guests were pleased with the hotel's value, and appreciated the freebies included
  • The location was described as close to the airport and SkyTrain station
  • Several reviewers enjoyed their rooms, characterizing them as clean, spacious, and comfortable
  • SkyTrain station (Bridgeport) can be reached in 8 minutes on foot
Cons
  • Some guests found the parking lot too small and busy
  • A couple reviewers were disappointed the business centre does not include a printer
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Book from ~$101 CAD
Vancouver hotel near SkyTrain and airport (7 min) with free shuttle and free parking
The Hampton is a good luxury choice for Richmond. The rooms are warm and inviting with beds you want to dive into, the bathrooms are spacious and modernly designed. There’s a complimentary buffet breakfast ready for you in the morning and an airport shuttle to help you catch your plane on time, cost and hassle free. There’s Japanese dining next door and Italian a 3-minute walk from the hotel. Wi-Fi and parking are included.
Pros
  • Free amenities: airport shuttle, Wi-Fi, breakfast, parking
  • The rooms were enjoyed by several lodgers, and described as clean and quiet, with comfortable beds
  • Many guests enjoyed the friendly, helpful and courteous staff at the hotel
  • Many guests were pleased with the hotel's proximity to the SkyTrain, a 5-minute walk and the airport, a 7-minute drive
  • Many guests liked the hotel's free breakfast
  • Several reviewers said the free airport shuttle service was prompt and added value to their stay
Cons
  • A couple of guests said the hotel is ready for some updates
  • Although there are restaurants in the vicinity, a couple of guests complained that there were not many restaurants in the area near the hotel
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Book from ~$126 CAD
Vancouver airport hotel 4 min to YVR with free shuttle, restaurant and heated outdoor pool

Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi and wired Internet, free airport shuttle
  • Most guests found the staff to be friendly and pleasant, with excellent customer service
  • Several reviewers enjoyed their rooms, describing them as clean and comfortable
  • The 24-hour shuttle service was a source of many compliments
Cons
  • Some guests were disappointed with the added cost of parking, and the price of the food at the on-site restaurants
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Book from ~$210 CAD
Vancouver airport hotel on site at YVR with a mechanized lap pool, restaurant and lounge 

Pros
  • Rooms were clean, quiet and comfortable
  • Location was ideal for accessing flights
  • Staff were friendly and accommodating
  • Many thought the meals on site were very good and reasonably priced
Cons
  • Wi-Fi is $14.95 including tax per 24 hours (for non-members)
  • Self-parking is $25 and valet parking is $38.50 per night
  • Many were disappointed in extra Wi-Fi charges
  • Many felt the hotel was overpriced
  • Lack of bathroom privacy a complaint of some guests
  • Rooms in need of a refresh according to some
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Book from ~$158 CAD
Popular Vancouver airport hotel 6 min to YVR with free shuttle, indoor pool and comfy rooms

Pros
  • Wi-Fi is free to SPG guests (guests can sign up for free at check-in)
  • Free airport shuttle and dogs stay free
  • Most guests praised their rooms, describing them as clean, quiet and beautiful
  • Many reviewers found the staff welcoming and efficient
  • The hotel's gym, shuttle service and pool were complimented by several lodgers
Cons
  • Self-parking is $19 and valet parking is $27 per night
  • Wi-Fi is $12.95 per day for non members
  • Some guests felt the hotel was too far away from the SkyTrain

4 Other Frequently Booked Hotels in Richmond

Editor's Picks
Book from ~$145 CAD
2-minute walk from metro, great service, clean/modern rooms, concerns with parking
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free parking
  • Numerous guests praised the hotel's proximity to public transit and shopping
  • Many lodgers were impressed with the level of customer service they received
  • The hotel's rooms were found to be clean and modern
Cons
  • A few guests had difficulty finding the free parking and described it as too far from the hotel
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$116 CAD
Pet-friendly Vancouver airport hotel 5 min to YVR with free shuttle and free hot breakfast
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, free airport shuttle
  • Most guests were pleased with the hotel's location in relation to the airport
  • Several reviewers praised the staff as friendly, helpful, and efficient
  • Many guests complimented the included breakfast
Cons
  • Gated parking is $8 day
  • Some guests complained about noise disturbances inside and outside of the hotel
  • A few guests were disappointed they had to check in before gaining access to the parking garage
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Book from ~$132 CAD
Attentive staff and great value, but some concerns with parking fees
Pros
  • Free Wi-Fi, free airport shuttle, children 12 and under eat and stay free
  • Most guests praised the staff and characterized them as professional and attentive
  • The hotel's location was a source of compliments; reviewers described it as close to the airport and highway access
  • Several reviewers were pleased with the value of the hotel, citing the free shuttle and free Wi-Fi
Cons
  • Some guests were disappointed to be charged for parking, and found the parkade to be cramped
  • A few reviewers had complaints about the breakfast selection at the on-site restaurant
Editor's Picks
Book from ~$276 CAD
Great customer service and rooms, some concerns with Wi-Fi signal and added fees
Pros
  • Free airport shuttle
  • Most guests were pleased with the level of customer service at the hotel
  • Several reviewers enjoyed their rooms, describing them as clean, spacious, and quiet
  • Many lodgers praised the hotel's location, finding it close to the airport, SkyTrain, shopping, and restaurants
Cons
  • Some guests had difficulty with the Wi-Fi signal in their rooms
  • A few guests felt the extra parking and Wi-Fi fees should have been included

Tips For Staying In Richmond

Choosing A Hotel in Richmond

Quick Summary of Most Popular Areas
Downtown Richmond: where you'll find countless restaurants as well as some very popular Chinese-style malls for excellent bargain hunting and unique items
Vancouver Airport: located very close to the downtown core, it is a central hub for Vancouver and surrounding cities
Steveston: historic fishing village that hosts an annual salmon BBQ


What Richmond is all about
Richmond is like the little brother to the good looking, athletic Vancouver and harbours intense resentment because it will never be as 'special' in the eyes of mom and dad. But don't rule it out, Richmond is a nice place to visit (and only 15km away from Vancouver). Richmond is a coastal city that overlooks the Strait of Georgia and has a rich fishing history. Richmond is also home to the Vancouver Airport, which is a central hub to Vancouver and Burnaby.

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What to eat in Richmond
There is a wide variety of restaurants from all sorts of ethnic backgrounds to try, however with the population of Richmond being roughly 50% Asian, you can be sure there are a lot of choices for some great Asian cuisine. The Asian centre of the city is known as The Golden Village which is home to "Food Street" (officially known as Alexandre Street) containing over 200 restaurants. You can find everything from Thai, Viet, Cantonese, Japanese, Korean, Southeast Asian and Taiwanese.


Steveston Historic Village
Many flock to Richmond for the Steveston Salmon Festival which is basically one giant salmon BBQ to celebrate the fishing heritage of the city. The Steveston Historic Fishing Village, home to many historic sites and shops, provides visitors with a unique glimpse of the west coast fishing industry and is only about 7km southwest of the downtown core.


Surrounding Area
Being less 15km south of Vancouver means visitors are never too far away from one of Canada's largest and most popular cities.

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