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Best Budget Hotels in Vancouver

One of Canada’s most popular tourist destinations, there are countless ways to spend your money while in Vancouver. Between world-class shopping, an impressive dining scene and attractions which are internationally acclaimed, Vancouver is one of those cities where you could really overspend. Though traveling on a budget is easy if you know where to look, and those who plan ahead will realize that the city has a range of great free attractions, and that hotels can be both chic and cheap.

If you’re traveling on a budget and want to make sure your money goes further, consider staying at one of these five Vancouver budget hotels.

Sunset Inn and Suites

A downtown Vancouver hotel with early bird rates starting at $80 per night, Sunset Inn and Suites provides great value for money in the centre of the city. The hotel is within walking distance to downtown where visitors have access to Vancouver’s best attractions, shopping and restaurants.

Hotel rooms are spacious and the property is generous in featured amenities such as complimentary parking, private balconies, continental breakfast, DVD players for guest entertainment, high-speed Wi-Fi and more.

Spacious rooms. Photo courtesy of Tripadvisor.

Spacious rooms. Photo courtesy of Tripadvisor.

Days Inn Vancouver Downtown

Ideally located close to the waterfront, Days Inn Vancouver Downtown offers guests modern comforts in a historic setting, placing you within close proximity of the best restaurants, shopping and entertainment downtown Vancouver has to offer.

Over 85 spacious guest rooms include complimentary amenities such as high-speed Wi-Fi, daily newspapers and cable programming. Self parking and breakfast is available on site for a fee.

Best Western Plus Downtown Vancouver

Offering rates as low as $64, a stay at the Best Western Plus Downtown Vancouver conveniently locates you in the heart of Vancouver, right by the Yaletown district with easy access to the Granville Entertainment District, Granville Island and Stanley Park.

All rooms are air-conditioned and feature refrigerators, iPod docking stations and complimentary wireless internet. The property offers a complimentary shuttle for guests wishing to catch a ride to destinations close by, as well as complimentary bicycles which are a great way to explore Vancouver.

Photo courtesy of Tripadvisor.

Photo courtesy of Tripadvisor.

Budget Inn Patricia Hotel

A heritage style hotel, the Budget Inn Patricia Hotel offers great rates starting as low as $34. An eco-hotel offering cozy rooms with complimentary Wi-Fi, cable programming and self parking (at a charge), this is a great choice for travelers looking for a cheap stay.

The hotel is located close to historic Chinatown, on the edge of downtown Vancouver. The hotel features a coin laundry on site as well as a pub with a local Brewhouse where travelers can enjoy micro-brewed beers.

Sylvia Hotel

In a terrific location close to Stanley Park, this historic hotel is also very close to Sunset beach and the Vancouver Maritime Museum.

Rooms are cozy and include free Wi-Fi internet access, along with ski storage for those hitting Canada’s slopes.

Photo courtesy of Tripadvisor.

Photo courtesy of Tripadvisor.

Budget Hotels in Vancouver

Regardless of your purpose for visiting Vancouver, there is no reason your hotel stay should break the bank. Options for budget hotels are plenty, and those who stay at one of the five above hotels will realize their money will stretch a lot further during their stay.

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