Best Western Capilano Inn & Suites

1634 Capilano Road, North Vancouver, BC V7P 3B4
Phone: +1 604-987-8185   |   Fax: 604/987-5153   |   74 Rooms
Check Out Time: 11:00 AM   |   Check In: 3:00 PM   |   Online Reservations

Looking for a North Vancouver hotel with access to a beach, outdoor activities and area businesses? We offer that and more!

Enjoy all that North Vancouver has to offer - from stunning bridges to exciting ski areas and relaxing parks, you'll be near it all while staying with us. Many guests head to Capilano Suspension Bridge, which offers a 136 meter long and 70 meter high journey across the Capilano River. A stroll or bike ride await you at Stanley Park, a 404.9 hectare urban park, offering towering trees, many exciting trails, serene lakes, recreational facilities and the Vancouver Aquarium. Grouse Mountain Ski Area and Ambleside Beach are also just kilometers away from this North Vancouver hotel.

With easy access to downtown Vancouver, guests at this North Vancouver hotel can enjoy shopping, fine dining and theatres. Those on business are ensured that they can make the most of their trip, as many corporate offices and schools, such as Capilano University, are all close by.

Choose from our wonderful standard rooms or one of 16 suites - either way, you'll feel right at home in the spacious, clean rooms. Our accommodations offer crisp linens and duvet covers atop comfortable beds. All rooms feature cable television, free Internet and more. With Dutch Pancake House located onsite, you won't have to travel far for a great meal when staying at this North Vancouver hotel.

Unwind or play in our outdoor heated seasonal pool - after a day of exploration, the sparkling blue water will be even more inviting. Guests receive more value and convenience out of their stay at this North Vancouver hotel, as we offer free parking, business services, access to the Steve Nash Fitness World and a 24-hour front desk. We also offer meeting facilities, making the Best Western Capilano Inn & Suites the perfect hotel for business travelers.

For a wonderful stay in North Vancouver, reserve a room at the Best Western Capilano Inn & Suites. Enjoy your stay.


Hotel Amenities & Services

  • 100% smoke-free hotel
  • Outdoor pool heated seasonal (late May - mid October)
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Free parking
  • Free high-speed Internet access
  • Interior/Exterior corridor
  • Free in-room wireless Internet access
  • Business center, open from 6:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
  • Printer available
  • Fax services, fees may apply.
  • Computer available
  • Photocopy services
  • Ice/vending machines

Best Western Capilano Inn & Suites

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Conveniently located, the best western capilano inn & suites in North Vancouver, British Columbia is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:

Longitude: 49.324945  /  Latitude: -123.121685


Driving Directions to Hotel


From: Highway 1. Take Exit 14 and turn left at Capilano Road. Travel two blocks to the Best Western Capilano Inn & Suites.

From: Highway 99. Travel North over Lions Gate Bridge and take the North Van Exit. Make a left turn at Capilano Road, continue for 0.5 blocks to the Best Western Capilano Inn & Suites.

Best Western Capilano Inn & Suites

We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.

Most Popular Area Attractions

Capilano Suspension Bridge

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Enjoy A Walk Across the Capilano Suspension Bridge

Located in beautiful northern Vancouver, the Capilano Suspension Bridge has been delighting tourists with its dazzling views and thrills since 1889.

Aside from the impressive bridge, guests can also traverse the entirety of the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, featuring the Cliffwalk, Treetops Adventure, Story Centre, and Kia’Palano, each provide unique, thrilling experiences.

Aside from the outstanding views, the park also provides guided, group tours, with expert Capilano employees giving one-of-a-kind insight to the Suspension Bridge Park.

Additionally, be sure to stop by the gift shop and Logger’s Grill, for insatiable meals, ideal for satisfying an appetite the size of Canada.

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

BC Attractions

Capilano Suspension Bridge

Spanning the Capilano River in North Vancouver, the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park is a major attraction in the Vancouver metropolitan area.

Park visitors are encouraged to cross the 450-foot Capilano Suspension Bridge – built in 1889 and reaching 230 feet high – and check out other attractions like Cliffwalk and Treetops Adventure.

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park also features plenty of stops for kids, including the Story Centre, Kia’palano Totem Pole Park, and the Rainforest Explorers Program. And if you're hungry, grab lunch at the Loggers’ Grill – or simply grab a drink at the Capilano Coffee Company.

Just don't forget to stop by the Capilano Trading Post.

Grouse Mountain

Visit Grouse Mountain in BC

Enjoy a Scenic Ride to the top of Grouse Mountain

Vancouver area visitors ready to escape the busy city and enjoy time outside have plenty of options. Travel fifteen minutes north of Vancouver to reach North Vancouver's Grouse Mountain – where a variety of outdoor fun awaits.

The first recorded exploration on the mountain dates back to 1894, when hikers reached the summit. By 1951, a chairlift was built, allowing easy access to the mountain for skiers.

Visitors to the mountain enjoyed riding the scenic 45-passenger Grouse Mountain Skyride, opened in 1966, along with the conveniences of two restaurants, gift shops, and parking at the mountain station.

Whether skiing or snowboarding on the resort's 26 ski and snowboard runs, cruising through the air on a zipline, paragliding or hiking there is plenty of fun to be had. Enjoy the view from the Eye of the Wind, and watch a nature film in the Theatre in the Sky for one-of-a-kind experiences.

Lynn Canyon Park

Recreational enthusiasts have plenty of reasons to visit North Vancouver. Popular activities include skiing and flying down a zipline at Grouse Mountain, mountain biking and hiking. Lynn Canyon Park, established in 1912, grew from twelve acres to 617-acres throughout the years, remaining one of the city's prominent parks. The park features numerous hiking trails, including the popular Baden-Powell Trail. Schedule plenty of time to explore this magnificent park.

Bring along your swimming suit for a dip in one of the park's swimming holes or relax under one of the 80 to 100 year-old trees, while enjoying a picnic lunch. Be sure to cross the 160-foot high Lynn Canyon Suspension Bridge. Before leaving the park, visit the Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre to stroll through the natural history museum and view the interactive exhibits when you visit Vancouver.

Lynn Headwaters Regional Park

Located northeast of North Vancouver, the Lynn Headwaters Regional Park preserves a large swath of the old growth wilderness that sits just above the Vancouver metropolitan area. Popular with locals (this area isn't called the Enchanted Forest for no reason), the park features over 54 kilometres of hiking trails and a wealth of lookout points.

Open all year long, with varying hours throughout the seasons, the park also features reservable facilities such as the BC Mills house, dog friendly walks (though leashes are required), and a picnic area. Beyond the trailheads, however, are miles and miles of pure wilderness. Be sure to bring basic necessities and register your hiking plans beforehand.

Stanley Park

Located in the east end of Vancouver, Stanley Park is a top destination for urban dwellers and travelers alike. Covering 1,001 acres (or 400 hectares) on the east border of downtown Vancouver, the park preserves the West Coast rainforest as it once was from the late 1800's before the city's growth. Densely forested, Vancouver's largest urban park contains approximately half a million trees, some of which are still hundreds of years old.

Over 8 million people visit each year to this National Historic Site of Canada. Features include the noteworthy seawall, a 5.5 mile (or 8.8 kilometre) walkway around the park open to bicyclists and pedestrians and the Stanley Park miniature train. Many hiking trails cross the park, and there are plenty of lookout spots with views of the surrounding Pacific Ocean. For more comfortable exploration, visitors can catch one of the bus, shuttle or horse drawn carriage tours.

Thomas Haas Fine Chocolates & Patisserie

One of Vancouver's best little-known secrets, the Thomas Haas Fine Chocolates & Patisserie crafts delicious chocolates, macaroons, confections and cakes. Customers also enjoy the cafe's variety of desserts, sandwiches, and breakfast pastries. If you choose to eat inside, portholes offer viewers the chance to see pastry chefs in action creating their exquisite plates.

Both stores (one in Kitsilano, the other on the North Shore in North Vancouver) are open Tuesday through Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. However, the company is not just limited to retail. Catering, wholesale, and corporate gift options are also available to chocolate-loving clients in British Columbia.

Vancouver Aquarium

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See the Dolphins at the Vancouver Aquarium

Located in scenic Vancouver, the Vancouver Aquarium has been delighting visitors of all ages since its opening in 1956 as the Canada’s first public aquarium.

Moreover, the aquarium also has the proud distinction of Canada’s largest aquarium as well.

On hand, guests will find more than 50,000 creatures from all over the globe. Family-favorite exhibits include the likes of Tropic Zone, Canada’s Arctic, Graham Amazon Gallery, and much more.

Visit today and create your own experience, as the aquarium frequently hosts a variety of special events and promotions.


Winter in Whistler, BC

Winter in Whistler is a Scenic Masterpiece

Take a break from the lively city of Vancouver, by traveling north on British Columbia Highway 99, also known as the Squamish Highway.

Travelers along this vital north-south thoroughfare will find the resort town of Whistler. This popular British Columbia town in the Coast Mountains, has become a large urban center not only in the province of British Columbia, but in the entire country of Canada.

This popular town of approximately 9,000 residents receives as many as two million visitors each year. The majority of visitors visit Whistler for outdoor recreation at Whistler-Blackcomb, North America's largest ski resort.

This impressive ski resort features the highest vertical skiable distance, more than two hundred ski runs and the Peak 2 Peak Gondola system, transporting passengers between Blackcomb and Whistler mountains.

Whistler-Blackcomb hosted the bobsled, luge, Nordic, skeleton and alpine events during the 2010 Winter Olympics. While on Whistler Mountain, be sure to capture a picture of the statue of Llanaaq, the mascot of the 2010 Olympics.

During the summer, Whistler Mountain Bike Park is home to an average of 100,000 mountain bikers ready to ride more than 47 trails.

More Area Attractions & Services

  • 2.10 kilometer(s) from Capilano Suspension Bridge
  • 5.80 kilometer(s) from Grouse Mountain Skiing
  • 7.60 kilometer(s) from downtown Vancouver
  • 2.90 kilometer(s) from Stanley Park
  • 2.20 kilometer(s) from Lions Gate Bridge
  • 2.80 kilometer(s) from Ambleside Beach
  • 6.10 kilometer(s) from Vancouver Harbor
  • 6.80 kilometer(s) from Vancouver Art Gallery
  • 8.70 kilometer(s) from Chinatown
  • 10.00 kilometer(s) from Granville Island
  • 1.60 kilometer(s) from shopping mall

Nearby Restaurants

  • Dutch Pancake House, on premises, restaurant

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