Rosewood Hotel Georgia Vancouver, Canada

Rosewood Hotel Georgia Vancouver, Canada, The property originally opened in 1927. It was a favorite among Hollywood stars, music legends and British Royalty. Rosewood Hotel Georgia features two entrances. One for pedestrians (shown here) and one for taxis & cars. All parking is by valet (CND 55 per day, including taxes). You can self park at the Pacific Center across the street though (also expensive). Tour of the public areas. From the car park, a stair ascends to the majestic lobby. The hotel is a registered cultural heritage site. It has number 11158 in the Canadian Register of Historic Places.

The lobby has been lovingly restored to its grandeur. It’s a fine example of art deco style mixed with Georgian architecture. The double-height lobby retains an old world feel. It features elaborate gilt moldings, wood paneling, marble floors, and a majestic staircase. The double-height lobby retains an old world feek. The hotel’s decor was created by Toronto based interior design team Studio Munge. This is the reception desk. Check-in and check-out is done here hotel features North America’s largest collection of privately held Canadian art. The hotel features North America’s largest collection of privately held Canadian art.

Rosewood Hotel Georgia Vancouver, Canada Photo Gallery



Colorful modern art adds a playful touch to the lobby. 31 pieces of art adorn the hotel’s public areas. The hotel collaborates with Vancouver-based art consultants ‘Farmboy Fine Arts’. The hotel features 110 breathtaking crystal chandeliers in total. The lobby is lit by a mammoth central chandelier. A wonderful fireplace takes center stage in the lobby. It dates back to 1927, when the hotel opened for the first time. The clock is also an original remnant from 1927~ cm. The hotel’s designers preserved the building’s heritage amidst modern refinements.

This is the concierge desk. The elevators to the guest rooms floors are located across the concierge area. There are 2 eateries near the pedestrian entrance:. The Bel Cafe (a casual deli) and Hawksworth Restaurant (the hotel’s fine dining venue). Let’s take the elevator to the guest room floors. The property features 156 rooms and suites, spread over 10 floors. I stayed in this room during my visit. Room category: deluxe room. Tip: enjoy free VIP perks when booking via Virtuoso: This includes daily breakfast, room upgrade, and $100 USD hotel credit (link below post). The minibar is located in the room entrance.

Several snacks are on display on a tray (unfortunately, they are not complementary). The room has a contemporary decor. Soothing earth tones and warm pastels create a welcoming ambience. The room feels more like a mini-suite. It features a generous seating area in front of the king-sized bed. Sliding doors lead to the five-fixture bathroom:. A walk-in shower, a luxurious soaker tub, dual sink vanities and a separate toilet. Toiletries are daily replenished. They are provided by Aloe Vera. The a la carte breakfast is served at Hawksworth Restaurant. Breakfast is rather expensive.

Continental breakfast is offered complimentary when booked via Virtuoso. I choose the traditional English breakfast. Next time, I stick again to my favorite breakfast item, eggs benedict. The Bel Cafe next door is a cheaper option for breakfast. It offers delicious grab & go breakfast items. Let’s burn some calories after that unhealthy breakfast:-). Rosewood Hotel Georgia features a state-of-the-art gym on the 4th floor. An intimate Sense Spa is located besides the gym. The spa offers an elegant environment in which to relax and unwind at your leisure. The spa offers great treatments.

Unfortunately, the small facility does not offer hot tubs, steam rooms or saunas. The spa connects to the swimming pool area. Given Vancouver’s climate, the swimming pool is located indoors :-). The pool’s floor features geometric panels. They mirror the panels in the ceiling above. The panels softly glow different colors. The gradually changing lights create a relaxing and sensatori swimming experience. The hotel features an al fresco lounge called Reflections. Reflections is located adjacent to the swimming pool, on the 4th floor. resco lounge called Reflections swimming pool, on the 4th floor.

Reflections is nestled in a lovely courtyard. The terrace features some greenery, inspired by the Pacific Northwest’s scenery. The terrace offers a variety of light tapas. Heaters and lush, warm blankets are available on cool evenings. The terrace offers a variety of light tapas Heaters and lush, warm blankets are available on cool evenings. Reflections even features a mini-waterfall. On a sunny day, the terrace feels more like Miami or Los Angeles than Vancouver:-).

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