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Review: Shangri-La Vancouver | Prince of Travel

Review: Shangri-La Vancouver | Prince of Travel

I booked a luxurious staycation at the Shangri-La Vancouver on New Year’s Eve 2022. This iconic property was the very first Shangri-La to open in Canada, and one that had caught my eye on numerous occasions since moving to the West Coast.

My initial introduction to the Shangri-La brand was at the Toronto location, and I was looking forward to seeing how the Shangri-La Vancouver measured up.

Shangri-La Vancouver – Booking

Regular cash rates at this property tend to be steep, falling anywhere between $400–600 (CAD) per night.

In my case, I paid the Shangri-La Luxury Circle rate of $605 (CAD) plus taxes, which was definitely on the higher end for this New Year’s Eve stay, but came with a host of perks.

(Note that Shangri-La also operates the Shangri-La Circle loyalty program, though it isn’t easy to earn points without staying at Shangri-La properties a lot.)

For booking via Luxury Circle, I was treated to a $100 (USD) property credit, a room upgrade upon booking, early check-in and late check-out (subject to availability), and breakfast for two at Carlino Restaurant or via in-room dining.

To help bring down the cost, I also stacked my booking with the Shangri-La Amex Offer, which offers 20% back as a statement credit on purchases of up to $750 (CAD).

In my case, this brought down the cost of the stay by around $120 (CAD), and when paired with the $100 (USD) property credit, added a pleasant amount of extra value to my booking.

To unlock these same benefits at this property, it’s definitely worth considering booking your stay through Shangri-La’s preferred partner program, Shangri-La Luxury Circle.

By booking through Shangri-La Luxury Circle with an authorized travel advisor, you can enjoy the same elite-level benefits without having to work your way up to elite status in the Shangri-La Circle loyalty program.

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