Escape with Westin Bayshore’s Howard Hughes package

Vancouver’s The Westin Bayshore is marking the 40th anniversary of a stay by Howard Hughes with a special spring package. Hughes, one of the world’s most famous and elusive billionaires checked into The Westin Bayshore, Vancouver (then known as the Bayshore Inn) on March 14, 1972. The eccentric business and Hollywood icon lived in the hotel’s three-room penthouse for six months and was never seen outside of his room throughout his entire stay. This spring package includes a one-night stay in the luxurious Howard Hughes Penthouse Suite, a relaxing treatment from Vida Spa, valued at $270, all from the comfort of the suite. The package also includes an in-room movie, as well a $100 dining credit that can be used at Currents at Bayshore, Seawall Bar & Grill or in the suite with in-room dining. A late checkout of 2 p.m. is also included. The Howard Hughes Suite Package is available on stays through April 30 and is priced from $799 per night, single/double occupancy. This special can be booked by calling the hotel and mentioning rate code HOWARDS. The hotel is also offering a Howard Hughes room package available over the same period. The room package includes a standard guest room with a Harbour View, $50 dining credit available for use at the hotel restaurants and in-room dining, as well as an in-room movie. A 2 p.m. late checkout is also included. Rooms are priced from $189 per room. This special rate can be booked by calling 1-866-716-8101 and mentioning rate code HOWARDR or booking online at .

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