The Ideal Gateway Experience

Fairmont Vancouver Airport

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Vancouver, Canada is a hugely popular tourist destination. Visitors to this beautiful port city quickly understand why it’s such a popular destination. Vancouver embodies ‘west coast’ charm and beauty at every turn with stunning mountains, pristine ocean, and abundant greenery immediately visible as soon as the plane begins its descent.

Vancouver International Airport is the main hub of Western Canada making it the second busiest airport in the country, and it has been rated the best airport in North America for eight consecutive years. As a premiere gateway, Vancouver is continuously visited by a diverse group of travelers who experience the Fairmont Vancouver Airport as their first introduction to the city. As such, CHIL’s design for the renovation of this hotel’s interiors creates a strong sense of place through the use of natural materials, luxurious textures, and sophisticated coastal tones, allowing for memorable connections and experiences that are authentically local.

Fusing the luxury of first-class travel with inspiration from Vancouver’s natural beauty, the Gold Level is adorned with a palette of opulent golds and calming smoky blues, reflecting the colours of the Great Outdoors while guests enjoy a respite from their travels surrounded by the warmth and exclusive experience of an executive home-away-from-home. Standard guestrooms are reinvigorated with fresh, saturated accent colors such as burnt orange and seafoam green. Throughout the hotel, the timeless and elegant lines of the furniture work harmoniously with custom artwork that is inspired by the outdoors and vintage aeronautics to provide a seamless transition from the flight cabin to the well-appointed rooms.

Whether visiting for meetings, watching the planes take flight on the tarmac, or taking in views of the distant mountains, the new Guestrooms at this prominent Vancouver airport hotel will provide a quintessential west coast experience promising connection, discovery, and reverie.