What are the rooms like at Pan Pacific Vancouver?

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Carolyn B. Heller

The guest rooms at the Pan Pacific Vancouver feel spacious and nautical, their shipshape design reflecting the hotel’s location atop the cruise ship terminal. The best views are in the north- and west-facing rooms, which overlook the waterfront and the North Shore Mountains, or have a mix of city and water views.

Even the smallest quarters are roomy, at 350 square feet. The beds — either one king or two doubles — have white linens and duvets with navy-blue trim and padded white-leather headboards. On the bedside tables are iPod clock radios and cordless phones, as well as convenient reading lights. The sizeable work desk, the cabinet housing the flat-screen TV, and other case goods are made of maple, and seating areas furnished with chocolate brown chairs or sofas are positioned to enjoy the vistas from the floor-to-ceiling windows.

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