19 The Tonga Room  The height of faux-Polynesian kitsch, the Fairmont Hotel's basement bar can be counted on for rum-heavy drinks served inside pineapples, pu-pu platters, and rain shows every half hour in the central pool, complete with a live band playing oldies on a floating barge. Long may it reign.  25 Classic Restaurants Every San Franciscan Must Try - Eater SF

25 Classic Restaurants Every San Franciscan Must Try

19 The Tonga Room The height of faux-Polynesian kitsch, the Fairmont Hotel's basement bar can be counted on for rum-heavy drinks served inside pineapples, pu-pu platters, and rain shows every half hour in the central pool, complete with a live band playing oldies on a floating barge. Long may it reign. 25 Classic Restaurants Every San Franciscan Must Try - Eater SF

Fairmont Hotels' infographic guide to shooting holiday photos plus how to Instagram like a pro | Daily Mail Online

Experts reveal their ultimate travel photography tips

Fairmont Hotels' infographic guide to shooting holiday photos plus how to Instagram like a pro | Daily Mail Online

Fairmont Hotels' infographic guide to shooting holiday photos plus how to Instagram like a pro | Daily Mail Online

Experts reveal their ultimate travel photography tips

Fairmont Hotels' infographic guide to shooting holiday photos plus how to Instagram like a pro | Daily Mail Online

The Hotel Vancouver (branded currently as the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver) is a hotel located on West Georgia Street and Burrard Street, in the heart of Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. Constructed at 111 metres (17 stories) high, its architects were John S. Archibald and John Schofield.[1] It became part of the Canadian Pacific Hotels chain after that company purchased CN Hotels in 1988. CP Hotels was later renamed to Fairmont Hotels and Resorts.

The Hotel Vancouver (branded currently as the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver) is a hotel located on West Georgia Street and Burrard Street, in the heart of Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. Constructed at 111 metres (17 stories) high, its architects were John S. Archibald and John Schofield.[1] It became part of the Canadian Pacific Hotels chain after that company purchased CN Hotels in 1988. CP Hotels was later renamed to Fairmont Hotels and Resorts.

Fairmont hotel Lake Louise

Fairmont hotel Lake Louise

WedLuxe – The Bride Wore Monique Lhuillier at this Fairmont Hotel Vancouver Wedding |  Follow @WedLuxe for more wedding inspiration!

WedLuxe – The Bride Wore Monique Lhuillier at this Fairmont Hotel Vancouver Wedding | Follow @WedLuxe for more wedding inspiration!

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