They’re classic but not conservative; sophisticated but unpretentious. Carefully curated interiors and exteriors invite immersive experiences that are playfully refined but curiously unconventional. Paradox is serious about hospitality but never take themselves too seriously.
When you stay at Paradox Hotel Vancouver, think of them as your host and your accomplice – that “in-the-know” friend tugging you off the beaten path into uncharted territory. They’re strong supporters of living life on your terms (no judgement here) and not big on playing by the rules, but don’t worry, they won’t let you get into too much trouble. Paradox Hotel Vancouver is collectively eclectic, eccentric and sometimes a little bit weird. They’ve got your backstage passes for all things Vancouver, your own personal portal to the city’s most exclusive venues and undiscovered gems.
Some hotels confuse “boutique” with “bare bones.” Not them. Come to think of it, they may have made it a little too hard to leave the hotel. Perks abound, including a Chinese restaurant, Mott 32, where haute cuisine and high design go hand-in-hand. Karma Lounge, Mansion Nightclub, a state-of-the-art gym, an indoor pool and an outdoor patio and Jacuzzi.