There is one hotel at the airport, the Fairmont Vancouver Airport Hotel (tel: +1(0)604 207 5200). Other hotels in the area of the airport are Vancouver Airport Marriott (tel: +1(0)604 276 2112) and Radisson President Hotel & Suites (tel: +1(0)604 276 8181). For more hotels and to reserve online you can go to Booking.com, they have a large range of hotels with great internet rates.
Shops and restaurants
Vancouver Airport has an extensive range of shops, restaurants and bars, you can find these in the whole terminal, both before and after Customs.
You can store baggage with Baggage Storage (tel: +1(0)604 303 4519) in the Arrivals Halls of both terminals.
You can find lost and found items on level 3 of the International Terminal (tel: +1(0)866 817 5243, free), you can also inquire online about lost items.
There are information counters in the Departures Halls of the terminals. In the Arrivals Halls you can find the Tourism British Columbia Visitor Information Center (tel: +1(0)604 207 0953), you can also reserve accommodation, get information about tourist sights and purchase tickets for public transportation there.
There is a modest center for business services, the CDS Business Center (tel: +1(0)604 303 4500) in the International Terminal, here you can send and receive faxes, make copies and use a computer with internet connection. The Fairmont Hotel (see Hotels) offers business support, there are also meeting and conference rooms to rent.
The airport has excellent accessibility for the disabled. There are wheelchair ramps, adapted elevators, restrooms and telephones. In the elevators and restrooms there are instructions in Braille and there is a special telephone line for the hearing impaired (tel: +1(0)604 207 7070).
You can find banks, money exchange offices and ATM's in the whole terminal. In the Domestic Arrivals Hall there is a fully equipped post office, and there are mobile telephones to rent, wireless internet is available in the whole building.
First Aid (tel: +1(0)604 207 6900) and a pharmacy can be found in the Domestic Terminal, there is also a dental clinic. Between the Domestic and International Terminal you can find a toddler playroom. The many wooden sculptures are interesting, including totem poles, of the original Native American population of British Columbia.