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Pacific Center Shopping Mall
This downtown Vancouver shopping mecca is a 5 minute walk from the hotel and offers over 165 shops including three large department stores - The Bay, Sears and Holt Renfrew. Other shops include Harry Rosen, MaxMara, Hugo Boss, Hollister, Sephora, Apple, Coach, Browns Shoes, Coast Mountain/Sport Chek, H&M, and much more.

If you are an out of town visitor and spend more than $200 at Pacific Centre retailers, receive a Special Gift while quantities last. Simply visit Guest Services with your day’s receipts to receive your gift.

Robson Street Shopping
Vancouver's answer to Rodeo Drive is located a few short blocks from the  Fairmont Waterfront. In this trendy Vancouver shopping district you will enjoy designer shops, sidewalk cafes, restaurants and bars.  The street is also the route for Vancouvers famous annual Pride Parade.

South Granville
Just over the Granville Street Bridge, this 10-block stretch of Granville Street--from Sixth Avenue up to 16th Avenue--is where Vancouver's old-money enclave of Shaughnessy comes to shop. Classic and expensive men's and women's clothiers, and houseware and furniture boutiques predominate. This area is also the heart of Vancouver's art gallery row. 

This historic district only a 5 minute walk from the Fairmont Waterfront is where you may find the true origins of Vancouver. Spent time exploring the cobblestone streets, historic brick buildings and interesting courtyards. Gastown hosts interesting art galleries, restaurants, cafes, gift shops, trendy locally made clothing, antique stores, and nightclubs, and is also home to some of Vancouvers' annual events such as the TD Canada Trust Vancouver International Jazz Festival.

Once an industrial district, today Yaletown is one of Vancouver’s hottest neighborhoods. It’s home to many of the city’s trendiest restaurants, bars and night spots, hip shopping boutiques, and celebrity haunts.  Hamilton Street and Mainland Street are two of the busiest streets for nightlife in Vancouver. Both streets have a collection of bars and excellent restaurants-including The Blue Water Café, Cioppinos and Rodney’s Oyster House.

Metropolis at Metrotown
With 450 stores, Metropolis at Metro town is British Columbia’s largest Shopping Centre.  Hundreds of stores including clothing boutiques for men and women, electronics, jewellery, home furnishings and specialty foods are located on 3 levels.  The Mall is conveniently located 20 minutes along the Expo Line Skytrain line which departs from beneath the hotel at the waterfront Station every 5-10 minutes.