Asian-inspired décor and breathtaking views at the top of Vancouver's tallest building.
At Shangri-La Hotel, Vancouver, in the city's tallest building, facilities, services and guest rooms sprawl over the top fifteen floors. With its floor-to-ceiling windows, the beautiful lobby lounge makes a promising first impression, while CHI, The Spa at Shangri-La is arguably this hotel’s crown jewel. The spa features five individual treatment rooms and one couples’s suite, all of which are outfitted with fireplaces, private baths and showers, relaxation lounges and changing and vanity areas. Complementing this sky-high retreat is a 24-hour health club, offering private yoga, pilates and aerobics classes upon request, as well as personal trainers, an outdoor pool and state-of-the-art equipment. The hotel also has a variety of house dining options. Ginger is a casual café serving juice, healthy beverages and light snacks. On the haute end, MARKET by Jean-Georges focuses on regional ingredients and fresh seafood. As well, there is the Lobby Lounge, a many-windowed venue with live music, light fare and views of the Vancouver Art Gallery’s outdoor galleria. Each of the hotel’s 119 rooms and suites, ranging in size from 450 to 1,395 square feet, is decorated in contemporary Asian style, with golden hues and dark paneling and furniture. In-room amenities include complimentary broadband Internet access, 42-inch flat screen TVs, CD/DVD players with stereo surround sound, Nespresso coffee machines, large work desks and oversized bathrooms with granite vanities, deep bathtubs and LCD TVs.