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It’s nice to not have to be frantically searching “luggage storage near me” on your phone, hoping that you can find a place to store luggage with enough time to still enjoy the city. That’s why we’ve put together this handy quick reference to help you find the perfect place to stash your bags for the day!
Landing in Vancouver (or pulling into port if you’re just finishing up a cruise) is exciting! With its sweeping mountain vistas and warm, inviting feel, it’s one of the most engaging cities to visit in Canada.
But nothing puts a damper on an otherwise exciting few hours like having to drag your luggage with you wherever you go. That’s why our team at Knock Knock City is working hard to bring convenient bag storage locations to Vancouver.
We partner with local shops and stores all across the United States and Canada to provide luggage storage in convenient locations for travelers. Our partners are carefully vetted, and we personally train the owners and staff in safety and security procedures.
And what’s more, each bag you store with us is insured for up to $2,000!
But what about pricing? The answer: it’s simple and affordable. You only pay $1 per hour per bag, with a limit of $10 per day per bag. Book online today using our free app!
Worried about what will happen if plans change? No problem! You can cancel anytime through the app for free so that you can confidently go with the flow.
You can now drop off your luggage in many convenient locations around Vancouver. Knock Knock City provides secure locations, affordable rates, insurance, and a no-fee cancellation policy to help make your trip as smooth as possible. Store your luggage with us and enjoy all that Vancouver has to offer!
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We’ve sorted them by neighborhood name to help make it easier for you to find the most relevant.
If you’ve just flown into Vancouver, then you’re probably pretty excited to get out and explore both the natural and manmade beauty that surrounds the city.
And luckily, there’s a place to store your luggage at the Vancouver airport - CDS Baggage!
In fact, CDS has two locations. The first is located in the international terminal before security, and the second is located before the domestic terminal (also before security.) Both are on the second level. Their rates start at $5 per bag.
For many U.S. airports, airport storage lockers are a thing of the past. However, that’s not as true in Canada, and luckily, the Vancouver airport will keep luggage while you explore!
We’ve already recommended CDS Ltd. baggage services at the Vancouver airport, and stand by that recommendation. CDS baggage rates are calculated based on the size of the bag, and start at $5 per 24 hours. (Note: CDS was once called Priority Baggage Service Vancouver. If you hear both names, know that they are the same company.)
Luckily, CDS makes Vancouver airport luggage storage rates very affordable, even if you’re not storing your bag for the entire 24 hours. Stash your bag, then get out there and explore!
Here’s a Vancouver airport map, in case you need it to find your way around.
Name: CDS Baggage
Address: 3211 Grant McConachie Way, Richmond, BC V7B 0A4, Canada (Airport)
Or at the Port of Vancouver.
Type of storage: Daily
Price: Starting at $5 per bag
Many people arrive in Vancouver via water transportation. And if you’re disembarking at Canada Place, luggage storage may be one of your top concerns.
Luckily, there is a CDS Baggage at Vancouver Cruise Terminal! They have similar pricing as their airport location (starting at $5 per 24 hours and calculated based on the bag’s size.) This is a seasonal location, and is open from May until the end of September. They will only store luggage for cruise passengers.
We hear a lot of questions about the cruise terminal, and want to help our fellow travelers navigate it successfully. Here are the answers to some common ones:
Name: Vancouver International Airport
Address: 3211 Grant McConachie Way, Richmond, BC V7B 0A4, Canada
Offerings: Flights, food, drinks, luggage storage
Name: Port of Vancouver
Offerings: Cruises, boat tours, fishing, dining, shopping, seaside views
On average, plan to spend about $42 if you’re taking the taxi from the airport to the cruise terminal. It’s about 15.4 km from the Vancouver airport to Canada Place cruise terminal.
By plane, it’s about 55 minutes. If you’re traveling by land, the fastest way is via I-5 S, which will take you around 3 hours. Be sure to build in extra time to cross the border!
All the information you need to successfully navigate the terminal is right here.
If you’re looking for 24 hour storage in Vancouver, your best option is definitely CDS Baggage. However, you can also take advantage of PorterGenie Vancouver if airport or cruise terminal luggage storage is inconvenient.
Porter Genie will pick up your luggage wherever is most convenient for you, even if it means coming to your Airbnb right after checkout! You can also use them in any neighborhood you might find yourself in.
Luggage storage West End? Taken care of. Pacific Central Station luggage storage? Yep, they can cover that too. With Porter Genie, you won’t have to worry about being tied to luggage lockers in downtown Vancouver. You really can explore at will, knowing that your bags will be delivered to you safe and sound at your location and time of choice.
Check their Facebook page for Porter Genie promo codes and discounts.
Type of storage: Mobile, daily
Price: $6.99 - $8.99
Surrounded by beautiful mountains and deep blue seas, it’s no wonder that Vancouver is a popular filming location for movies of all kinds. But that’s not all it’s known for.
Vancouver is one of British Columbia’s largest and most diverse cities, giving rise to its thriving arts culture. Tourists flock to the area to enjoy its local art and live music. And if you’re an outdoors person, the area offers amazing opportunities for camping, hiking, fishing, boating, and more! No doubt about it: there’s something for everyone to enjoy here.
First, remember an umbrella! Vancouver is rainy for most of the year, so if you want to stay dry, you’d better bring one with you or be prepared to buy one.
Second, if you’re planning on enjoying an alcoholic drink, be ready to show two forms of I.D. Vancouver’s really cracking down on illegal drinking, so be aware of that before ordering your favorite beverage.
Finally, most restaurants and bars expect at least at 15% tip - and so will your taxi drivers if you choose to take a taxi for transportation. And if you’re taking the bus, make sure you have plenty of Canadian coins on hand, because they only accept exact change for fares.
If you’ve got the time, then Stanley Park is a must-see! Beautiful, green trails are just the beginning of what this big park has to offer. Enjoy outdoor artwork, playgrounds for the kids, picturesque beaches, and even Canada’s largest aquarium - all within the boundaries of this well-maintained, lovely park.
Canada Place and Gastown also offer a taste of Vancouver’s charm, and are both great places for a leisurely stroll. Finally, enjoy the breathtaking view from the top of the Vancouver Seawall, where you can see all of the natural and manmade beauty that surrounds the city. Bring a picnic!
Name: Stanley Park
Type: Public park
Address: Vancouver, BC V6G 1Z4, Canada
Offerings: Walking and biking trails, playgrounds, beaches, outdoor artwork, aquariums
Name: Canada Place
Type: Convention Center
Address: 999 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC V6C 3T4, Canada
Offerings: Artwork, seaside views
Offerings: Restaurants, coffee shops, unique shopping
Name: Vancouver Seawall
Type: Scenic walking trail
Address: Vancouver, BC V6G 3E2, Canada
Offerings: Seaside views, natural formations, picnic spots, photography opportunities, biking
If you want to shop, we suggest heading straight for Robson Street. There, you’ll find hundreds of shops and stores, from big brand names to small, family-run businesses. Just next door is Burrard Street, which is populated with many upscale international brands if you’re feeling spendy.
Another place you might want to check out is Gastown. This district is home to many unique boutiques, and fashions that you won’t find anywhere else except right here. If you love to shop, then it’s certainly worth a visit!
Name: Robson Street
Offerings: Upscale shopping, restaurants
Because of its seaside location, it should be no surprise that Vancouver is known for its amazing seafood - particularly its sushi. If you’re craving fine seafood, head to either Blue Water Cafe or Bishops. The delicious food and upscale ambiance of these restaurants will amaze you!
If you still want great seafood but don’t want to spend quite that much, we suggest Momo Sushi or Kishimoto Japanese Kitchen.
Other great non-seafood options include Italia Bella Bar & Grill Restaurant, Chongqing, and The Keg Steakhouse.
ame: Blue Water Cafe
Type: Seafood restaurant
Address: 1095 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC V6B 5T4, Canada
Offerings: Sustainable seafood, drinks
Type: Local seafood restaurant
Address: 2183 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver BC V6K 1N7
Offerings: Fresh local seafood, drinks
Name: Momo Sushi
Type: Sushi restaurant
Address: 6-375 Water St, Vancouver, BC V6B 5C6, Canada
Offerings: Fresh sushi
Name: Kishimoto Japanese Kitchen
Type: Sushi restaurant
Address: 2054 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, BC V5N 4A9, Canada
Offerings: Sushi, drinks, lively setting
Name: Italia Bella Bar & Grille Restaurant
Type: Italian Restaurant
Address: 215 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC V5T 3J5, Canada
Offerings: Italian food, drinks
Type: Chinese restaurant
Address: 1260 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1C2, Canada
Offerings: Traditional Chinese dishes, drinks
Name: The Keg Steakhouse + Bar
Address: 688 Dunsmuir St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1N3, Canada
Offerings: Steak, seafood, drinks