Hotel Lobby BM Projects Gallery Space Lobby Fireplace Sortino Pomegranets Upper Gallery The Listel Lobby BRIC Upper Gallery

Vancouver’s most art-full hotel

A hotel is not just a place to sleep or eat. The good ones offer sanctuary and a welcome respite. The hotels you never forget offer something unique to see, do or learn; they reflect what Alexander Pope called "the genius of the place". The Listel Hotel is such a place.

Dubbed “Vancouver’s most art-full hotel” The Listel Hotel is committed to art, elegance and comfort. Our Robson Street boutique hotel boasts a perfect location in downtown Vancouver’s premiere shopping & restaurant district in a city proud of both its own extraordinary beauty and the diverse cultures that call Vancouver home.

From the Museum Floors, where each guest room showcases contemporary Northwest Coast Art through a partnership with the prestigious University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology to the luxury one bedroom suites and rooms on the Gallery Floors featuring modern and contemporary works by some of the world’s most esteemed artists courtesy of the world reknown Buschlen Mowatt Art Gallery. The Listel Hotel offers accommodations for every inclination. Our restaurant – forage - is the newest addition to a vibrant West End dining scene. Chef Chris Whittaker pays homage to past traditions; finding exceptional local fare through farmer and fisher folk, preserving what he can for winter flavours, pairing dishes with local drink, all in a casual urban eatery. 

As for our corporate travel guests, impress your clients or host your corporate meetings in the Sculpture Gallery or Impressionist Gallery with flexible tailoring options for your specific business meeting space needs. Our business meeting rooms have been designed to provide you with the most productive environment possible. Learn more.

Welcome, and we look forward to having you stay with us on your visit to our wonderful city.

Engagement with art—with the product of someone else’s imagination—can change your life, often for the better, and sometimes profoundly.

Max Wyman