Friday, November 30, 2012

Vancouver's St. Regis Hotel celebrates 100 years with special room rate of $100

The St. Regis Hotel features comfy beds and other amenities. Photo by Sue Frause.
The St. Regis Hotel turns 100 years old on March 15, 2013 and the celebration has already begun. To mark the centennial, the downtown Vancouver hotel is offering 1,000 room nights at the rate of $100 per night. 

Prepaid vouchers for the special offer will be available online at beginning Dec. 1, 2012 and may be redeemed for rooms through April 30, 2013. The vouchers may also be redeemed for St. Regis suites at the rate of $200 (two vouchers) per night. The vouchers are non-refundable and will not be honored Dec. 31, Jan. 30-Feb.9 or April 3-5. If the vouchers are not redeemed by April 30, they may be used as $100 credits for future stays.

The St. Regis Hotel is also donating $5 from each voucher to charitable organizations in downtown Vancouver. The hotel decided instead of throwing a big party for themselves, they would donate the money to local groups working with the homeless and underprivileged in Vancouver.

The special $100 room rate still includes The St. Regis Hotel's generous perks: Full American breakfast for two, free WiFi and worldwide long distance calls, FIJI bottled water and access to the nearby Steve Nash Sports Club.

The St. Regis looking up toward Hudson Bay Company, circa 1940.

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