When one door closes, another often opens in its place and this spring locals and visitors alike will be able to visit the Paradox Hotel Vancouver, a familiar destination where they claim, no expense has been spared.

“Paradox Hotels and Resorts is a collection of lifestyle hotels where authentic, laid-back and charismatically cultured hospitality creates immersive experiences that are playfully refined and curiously unconventional,” they say on their landing page.

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Photo via Paradox Hotel
Photo via Paradox Hotel

“With hotels in Vancouver and Whistler, BC, we provide a seamless balance of mountain exhilaration and urban luxury and sophistication.”

Previously known as the Trump International Hotel, The Paradox is owned by a hospitality group of the same name which, (according to their LinkedIn) was founded in Vancouver and currently operates the Summit Lodge in Whistler, BC.

With bookings live for April stays – guests are promised a luxurious night away and are encouraged to dine at Mott 32, their ‘world class’ Chinese restaurant, take a dip in their indoor pool or outdoor jacuzzi, relax in one of two lounges or hit their state-of-the-art gym and spa.

Photo via Paradox Hotel
Paradox Hotel Vancouver
Photo via Paradox Hotel

For more information or to book a suite, you can visit their website now.

Suites range from $ 239.20 to $ 815.20 for one night and are super up with heated floors, rain showers, WI-FI and 55+ flatscreens, as well as electric blinds and cotton robes.

Happy staycationing, Vancouver.


When: Booking now for stays after April 1st
Where: 1161 W Georgia St, Vancouver, BC
Instagram: @paradoxhotels