Vancouver, British Columbia
At a Glance
Stylish contemporary style hotel with Shangri La's signature Asian influences
Spacious accommodations and suites with open out balconies, ideal for Vancouver summers
Enjoy cocktails and piano music at the Xi Shi Lounge
MARKET by Jean-Georges is the perfect place for a long leisurely breakfast or delightful Sunday brunch
Open air swimming pool and jacuzzi ideal for a refreshing dip
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Shangri-La Vancouver or take a look at our itineraries to British Columbia
Located just one block from the excellent shopping of Robson Street and only a 10 minute stroll from the harbor, the situation of the Shangri La epitomizes downtown Vancouver living.
From the discreet underground lobby that ushers you in to the calm and tranquility of the hotel through to the orchid strewn lounges and elegant CHI Spa, the Shangri La is an oasis of calm and contemporary luxury.
With oversized bedrooms the hotel becomes more of a home from home. We recommend the superb Executive rooms complete with their balconies, a real find for a city center hotel. Many have glimpses of the harbor, enticing you to head down for a breath of sea air.
Dining at the Shangri La is an elegant affair. Choose from the chic Xi Shi lounge, with two storey floor to ceiling windows overlooking an outdoor art galleria, an impressive cocktail menu and even more impressive afternoon tea, complete with piano music or head to MARKET by acclaimed chef Jean Georges, a seductive and mouthwatering experience with an emphasis on seafood. Even breakfast at the hotel is an event with a specially designed menu by Jean Georges.
If the city becomes too much take to the hotel's outdoor pool and whirlpool. Work out in the state of the art gym or enjoy a relaxing yoga class before heading for the healthy smoothie bar. Be pampered in the CHI Spa, an indulgent and luxurious experience, at least once during your stay. All Scott Dunn guests enjoy a spa voucher with their stay at Shangri La.
Whether this is your first visit to Vancouver or if you are a regular to the city, a stay at the Shangri La will enhance and relax you.
119 luxurious contemporary style superior, deluxe or executive rooms and one bedroom suites, some with balconies and harbor glimpses. The Superior rooms are the largest lead in rooms in the city and the deluxe and executive rooms have a separate sitting area.
All rooms and suites feature floor to ceiling windows, marble bathrooms with separate deep soaker tub and shower, flat screen TV with DVD and CD player, iPod dock, complimentary internet access, Nespresso coffee maker and mini bar
|Executive Balcony King Room||The intimate seating area is the perfect place to relax or read while the outdoor balcony allows you to step outside to experience Vancouver's vibrant downtown life at Executive Balcony King Room. Each room features a marble bathroom with granite vanity, enclosed shower and deep soaking tub.|
Children are welcome and babysitting is available on request
MARKET restaurant by 3 star Michelin chef JeanGeorges, Xi Sho Lounge with live piano music and huge cocktail menu, Ginger Juice Bar, outdoor pool and whirlpool, 24 hour health club and studio, CHI Spa at Shangri La, private yoga and pilates classes, library, business center, gift shop
24 hour room service, babysitting, laundry and valet service, WiFi in public areas, house doctor on call, parking facilities, taxi and limousine service.
Location & Directions
Vancouver, British Columbia
Located in the heart of the city just one block from the famous shopping of Robson Street and approximately 10-minutes walk from the harbor front
When to go
Vancouver's climate is the mildest in Canada, averaging 20°C in summer and 2°C in winter. But you don't hear much about that accolade. Instead you hear about the rain. Bucket loads of it fall, especially in winter (January, February and March). In the mountains, a mere 20 minutes away, this translates into snow for excellent skiing. TThe average seasonal snowfall at 1600m (5000 feet) is a spectacular 25 meters (75 feet), four or five times the average in most areas of the Alps. July through September are the best bets for sunshine