With its distinction as the most conveniently located property to Vancouver’s Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal, Pan Pacific Vancouver has just introduced their 2008 Alaska Cruise Package, which starts at only CAD$379.

Valid through October 31, 2008, Pan Pacific Vancouver’s Alaska Cruise Package includes the following benefits:

-    One night luxury accommodation (additional nights may be added)
-    Breakfast buffet for two in Café Pacifica, which overlooks Vancouver’s waterfront and coastal mountains
-    Late check out (to 2:00 p.m.)
-    Complimentary transfer to or from Ballantyne Pier or Canada Place Pier
-    Direct elevator to Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal
-    (on site cruise ship parking available for an additional charge)

Package rates vary throughout the cruise season, apply to single or double occupancy and are subject to tax.  Call 877-324-4856 or visit for more information and to book reservations.

Anchoring Vancouver’s breathtaking waterfront, the Pan Pacific Vancouver is renowned for its gracious hospitality, service excellence and breathtaking views.  And with its ideal location, conveniently stowed atop the Canada Place Cruise Ship Terminal, Pan Pacific Vancouver sets the stage for an exciting journey.

About Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts
Headquartered in Singapore, Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts is a leading hotel management company in the Pacific Rim region and is part of the UOL Group, one of Singapore’s largest hotel and property companies. Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts has been recognized by Condé Nast Traveler magazine as one of the 25 hotel companies demonstrating social responsibility and has won highly esteemed accolades such as World Travel Awards, Best Business Hotel in Asia, Condé Nast Gold List and Readers Choice Awards. It has a portfolio of 11 hotels and resorts throughout Asia, the Pacific and North America and offices in San Francisco, London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo. Pan Pacific Hotels and Resorts is a founding member of the Global Hotel Alliance.  For more information, visit

Source: Hook, Line & Thinker 

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Ellen Barone has been creating words and images for travel and tourism since 1998. She co-founded and publishes the group travel blog and is currently at work on her first book "I Could Live Here".