We are pleased to share that Fairmont Pacific Rim and Botanist were recently featured in Architectural Digest’s article titled ‘How to Plan the Perfect Pacific Northwest Road Trip‘. The piece features Fairmont Pacific Rim as the place to stay with its waterfront views of the snow-capped mountains and Botanist as a top spot for dinner for its cheerful ambiance and experiential cocktails.
“Fly into Vancouver and check into the Fairmont Pacific Rim, a sleek glass tower on the water’s edge with views of snow-capped mountains. Nearby is Stanley Park, a green oasis with miles of walking and biking paths surrounded by century-old trees. Also within the park is the Vancouver Aquarium, which houses more than 50,000 animals from around the globe, including sea lions, walruses, and penguins. Don’t miss Vortex, an art installation by Douglas Coupland that explores the ocean plastic pollution crisis. Back at the Fairmont for dinner, score a table at Botanist, the hotel’s recently reimagined restaurant, where 250 plants, gauzy window treatments, and curvy furniture in peach and sky pastels create a cheerful ambience. Try the Pretty Bird, a gin, berry, and bubbles concoction served in a glass bird perched on a nest.”