Top Of Vancouver Revolving Restaurant / Vancouver

555 W Hastings St Seymour St Vancouver V6B 4N6
Opening Hours
Sun 11:00 - 22:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:30 - 22:00
Fri, Sat 11:30 - 23:00

Your dining experience begins the moment you step aboard the Skylift elevators. Our guests travel 167 meters straight up, and in less than 50 seconds they are truly on Top of Vancouver. Other than our fantastic cuisines, Top of Vancouver revolving restaurant also offers a picture perfect 360 degree view from lush mountains to the sparkling Pacific Ocean. On a clear day the view from the tower stretches from the downtown financial district all the way to Mount Baker in Washington State. Majestic cruise ships, mountains dusted with fresh snow and West Coast sunset are just a few highlights of this Spectacular 360.

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T J en
You’re basically paying for the view as the food is decent at best. If you are lucky to be dining on a clear evening, the city lights and views will surely make up for any deficiencies. However, the staff are friendly and the ambiance is great. The service is non-rushed which makes it easy to have a relaxed meal. GooglePlace - January 2018
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Dulce de Santiago es
Comida internacional, deja mucho que desear. Mi recomendación: pescado y salmón. La vista, lo vale!! La mejor en Vancouver. Haz tu reservación antes de las 5 pm. Foursquare - January 2018
rudy couto en
So we missed dinner but ended up having a couple of beers to watch the view of vancouver with some special visitors from Europe. The reason for the three stars is becouase I know the quality of food as I have been here time again but I have always liked the service as there are some top notch servers here. Keep up the good work. All that’s need done here is a better minute and possibly a renovation to math the high caliber view and potential customers you could have here GooglePlace - January 2018
Victor Cortez en
Possible date/celebration option. If you are taking relatives/date out for a dinner who are not from Vancouver, it's a great place to bring them and show them how a savvy Vancouverite (even if you're not). The food is pricey, but they do label themselves as "fine dining". With the price, the food is good, but serving is small. I could get a bigger portion and the same kind of satisfaction from a White Spot. Service was a hit and miss. Sometimes our server would deliberately leave us after the end of our sentence because it was so busy - fair enough. However, that's not "fine dining". I had to ask for menus twice, and one point, a buser took away our dessert forks that a server just put down. If you're a stickler for dining experience, the service might irk you. Decor is amazing, since you are surrounded by Vancouver, but the interior, really, is revamped 80's fine dining. Overall, eating here once is enough. GooglePlace - December 2017