Stylish, comfortable rooms, on-site dining and a heated outdoor pool and hot tub make the pet-friendly Hilton Vancouver Metrotown a popular choice in Burnaby. Housed in an 18-story sleek glass tower, the hotel's 283 rooms offer beds with pillowtop mattresses, sitting areas with ergonomic chairs, desks, cable TV, coffeemakers and minibars. Baths come with soaking tubs, marble countertops and upscale amenities. High-speed internet and non-smoking rooms are available, and pets are welcome for an extra fee. Business travelers appreciate the business center and conference facilities, and everyone likes having an outdoor pool, children's pool, hot tub and fitness center available. The restaurant serves a breakfast buffet as well as lunch and dinner. Other services include a concierge desk, room service and valet laundry/dry cleaning. Valet and self-parking are available for an extra charge. Whether it's urban life, communion with nature or shopping, you'll find it in Burnaby, the entertainment and high-tech business center of greater Vancouver. The hotel is across from the Metropolis at Metrotown, the largest shopping and entertainment complex in British Columbia, and it's a five-minute walk to the SkyTrain to Vancouver. Central Park, a 15-minute walk, offers tennis, lawn bowling and jogging. For canoeing kayaking and hiking, head to Deer Lake Park, two miles away. Burnaby's Heritage Village and Carousel is a three-mile drive. It's 10 miles (16 kilometers) to Vancouver International Airport. our guests love the hotel's location, which they deem "a shopper's dream," the "friendly and helpful" staff and the quality of the rooms at Hilton.
Dogs are allowed for an additional one time pet fee of $29 per room.
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