Rosewood Hotel Georgia

801 W Georgia St. (Howe St.) Vancouver BC

This Old World hotel boasts a guest list that has included Elvis Presley and Nat King Cole.

At the luxurious Rosewood Hotel Georgia, guests will find 155 rooms and suites designed to provide a residential feel. The hotel is situated in a historic Georgian Revival building, and accommodation types include five different styles, as well as the luxurious Rosewood and Lord Stanley Suites, which feature private rooftop garden terraces, fireplaces and plunge pools. There is also the Royal Suite (if you're up for spending more than $10,000 a night), located on the 45th floor and featuring four bedrooms and a host of VIP services. Each amenity-laden accommodation comes with a flat-screen HDTV, complimentary high-speed Internet access, complimentary newspaper and magazines, a refreshment center with a Nespresso coffee maker, and plush bathrobes and slippers. Bathrooms are equally sumptuous, with rain forest showerheads, heated floors and Ohne bath amenities from Lady Primrose. Sense, A Rosewood Spa provides an extensive menu of relaxing treatments, the fitness center is outfitted with state-of-the-art exercise machines and personal trainers, and a 54-foot indoor saltwater lap pool rounds out the health-oriented facilities. The Prohibition jazz lounge, 1927 lobby lounge and Reflections courtyard lounge feature a variety of chic cocktail options to be enjoyed in settings that reflect the hotel’s history. Two dining venues—Hawksworth Restaurant for upscale cuisine and Bel Café for patisserie-style baked goods and coffee—can accommodate banquets of up to 60 people. For even bigger meetings and events, the hotel has nearly 10,000 square feet of meeting and event space. Nearby activities range from whale watching to heliskiing.

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801 W Georgia St. (Howe St.) Vancouver BC V6C 1P7 Canada


604-682-5566 Hotel’s Website

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