4 Airbnbs In Vancouver You Can Rent That Have The Best Views Of The City
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There's a reason why Vancouver is known as one of Canada's top destinations: it's undoubtedly beautiful. You've got mountains on one side, the coast on the other, and a scintillating city skyline smack dab in the middle. All in all, if you're looking for Airbnbs in Vancouver, you need to be prioritizing some views.
Thankfully, there are a number of incredible Airbnbs available for your choosing right now. And we've saved you the time and picked out the best of the bunch.
From two-bedroom listings to entire condos, these rental units cover quite a bit of range in terms of prices, locations, amenities, and types.
Whether you're making the trip down to Vancouver for the first time ever or you want to sneak out for staycation as a local, these rentals in town will truly impress you.
With views so magnetic, forget about having to navigate the city among tourists and locals alike. You can just sit back and soak in what this city has to offer.
Price: $400+ per night
Why You Should Go: Guests will get a 270-degree view of the sunset, as well as the Vancouver city skyline.
Home in the Sky with Gorgeous Water Views
Home in the Sky with Gorgeous Water Views.
Price: $423+ per night
Why You Should Go: Situated on the 36th floor, this Airbnb has some stunning views of the water and is just steps away from Gastown.
Price: $500+ per night
Location: Port Moody
Why You Should Go: This four-bedroom listing is perfect for you and seven of your pals to enjoy some nature views in BC.
Price: $325 per night
Location: North Vancouver
Why You Should Go: A waterfront, two-bedroom suite, this home overlooks the Indian Arm and is just a mere half hour from downtown Vancouver.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time. Taxes and fees may not be included.
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This article has been updated since it was originally published on July 15, 2020.