Located in the heart of the city’s upscale fashion and financial districts, Exchange Hotel Vancouver presents a newly enhanced appearance.
Exchange Hotel Vancouver is offering a first look inside its redone establishment. The design genius of Swiss-based Harry Gugger Architecture, the main tower of the property features a 32-storey pin-stripe curtain wall while the venue itself boasts some 202 guestrooms which opened just this month.
A destination which pays homage to its home city and exudes an authentic vibe, the place affords an opulent seasonal rooftop bar and overall swanky atmosphere inspired by 1920s art—with contemporary flair intact. Built in 1929, the edifice was the headquarters of The Vancouver Stock Exchange.
Exchange Hotel Vancouver in British Columbia is set downtown on the corner of Pender and Howe Street. Walking distance from the convention centre, nearby attractions include the waterfront cruise ship terminals, several districts from fashion to financial, Rogers Arena, Stanley Park, and more.
With its reinvention, the hospitality haven doubles as an architectural masterpiece. Italianate ceiling restored along with the rest of the Howe Street lobby’s original marble, travellers can expect a classic treasure with a modern twist. Its Ann Saks floor inlay and sparkling crystal add appeal.