Shangri-La Canada Invites Guests to Sleep in Ultimate Luxury
With a name like Shangri-La, you know to expect luxury. Two Shangri-La hotels in Canada, in Toronto and Vancouver, are
With a name like Shangri-La, you know to expect luxury. Two Shangri-La hotels in Canada, in Toronto and Vancouver, are stepping it up a notch for their guests. They’re inviting guests to sleep in luxury, from a new partnership with luxury sleepwear brand KIP. Whether you’re checking into the hotel for a weekend of pampering, stay-cationing at home or getting ready to explore two of Canada’s most vibrant cities, you’ll find yourself encased in luxury and relaxation in the new KIP. Sleepwear from Shangri-La.
Kip into KIP. For a Good Night’s Sleep
Set the mood: you’ve bought a luxury mattress, just the right amount of firm. Your room is cool and dark, with candles to help your mind unplug. There’s music playing and Egyptian cotton sheets beckoning you to bed. But there’s one thing you’re missing – luxury sleepwear.
However, you can remedy that grievous error – it’s okay, we forget how to relax sometimes too – with the new KIP. Sleepwear from Shangri-La. You can purchase them ahead of a stay at Shangri-La or have them shipped to your house for some never-leave-your-bed relaxation. On the online websites for Shangri-La Toronto and Shangri-La Vancouver, you can pick up a sleepwear bundle that includes luxurious pajamas, complete with a silken face mask and buttery-soft socks to keep your feet warm in those chill Canadian nights. The Shangri-La team shares in a statement, “KIP. does not compromise style for comfort, with thoughtfully tailored pyjamas for a chic sleep. The buttery soft, 100 percent cotton, bespoke pyjama set with monogram options, features gold piping, Mother of Pearl buttons and includes a travel-ready bag. The pyjama set is completed with a matching gold, 100% silk sleep mask for a luxurious rest. The unisex sizing allows for the ultimate comfort for all shapes and sizes and are priced at CAD 150.”
And if you really enjoy the smell of your room when staying on-site at one of the hotels, you can order room sprays or reed diffusers to capture that eau de luxury.
Speaking of staying on site at one of the hotels, we have to take a look at the Toronto and Vancouver locations because they are simply too divine to miss. In Toronto, hotels are on every corner. Whatever your taste, you can find something that fits your budget.
But if your taste is luxury – there’s only one option: Shangri-La Toronto. With a unique, boutique-like approach to design and decor, each room feels like its own private oasis. The hotel offers 202 rooms and suites, from Deluxe all the way up to the Shangri-La Suite. Nestled on the 17th floor in one of the tallest buildings in the city, guests at the Shangri-La Suite have a view like no other. With an open design, the suite’s decor is a contemporary take on Asian design. The dark jewel tones and rich wooden furniture blends with lacquered Oriental accents, Japanese lattice screens, rich oak-wood paneling and bespoke artwork by Wang Xuyuan.
One bar and one restaurant are on-site, but you’re steps away from everything the city has to offer so never fear that you’ll find something to please your palette. To plan and book your stay, visit Shangri-La Toronto.
If you find yourself a bit further West – say, an entire Continent – Shangri-La Vancouver may be a better choice for you. Perched over Vancouver, the Shangri-La Vancouver is a bit different from its sister location to the East. Where Toronto embraces contemporary Asian design that is rich and opulent, Vancouver embraces contemporary Asian design that is zen and relaxing.
The color palette throughout is creams and golds, with lighter wood pieces to draw stresses away from guests and help them unwind and zone out after a day exploring Vancouver. With 119 rooms and suites on a peaceful, nature-lined street through the heart of the city among the mountains, Shangri-La Vancouver is an oasis of calm.
Guests can book a variety of rooms from Superior all the way up to the Orchid Suite. The Shangri-La website describes the latter; “The elegantly-appointed Orchid Suite is a true oasis in the heart of Vancouver. Designed to provide a residential feel, the expansive living and dining areas provide ample space for relaxing and entertaining, while the separate kitchen has a private service entrance to allow our staff to operate unobtrusively. An oversized, private balcony offers sweeping views of the city and the spacious bedroom features a king-sized canopy bed draped in luxury linens, setting the stage for an unbelievably relaxing stay.” To plan and book your stay, visit Shangri-La Vancouver’s site.
Although both the Toronto and Vancouver locations should not be missed in person, the good news about the KIP. partnership is that you can bring the luxury home. Whether you’re looking to take the sleepwear with you on your travels or stay home and reconnect to your own space, this new offering from the Shangri-La hotels will help you find your best night of sleep ever.