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The Rosewood Hotel Georgia is now a face-lifted version of the popular original build in 1927. Located in Vancouver’s hip downtown district, Rosewood is an ideal hotspot for guests to see and be seen.
History oozes through the place with its revived Georgian structure, former hotel guests being the likes of Elvis Presley and Nat King Cole. There are 156 individually decorated rooms and suites, which are elegant, modern and wonderfully spacious, each with a private lounge. The bathrooms are the real starlights, with marble floors and fabulous free standing bathtubs.
For guests who have travelled far and wide to get to the Rosewood Hotel, the only way to shake off jet lag is in the Rosewood Spa, which has a rather indulgent range of treatments on offer, as well as an indoor swimming pool.
The Hawksworth restaurant is popular with both residents and visitors. Why? Well, because the food is simply to die for. Chef David Hawksworth is a culinary genius who serves signature Canadian dishes with suitably signature prices. He draws his ingredients from all over Canada and as a result, the quality is second to none. The food is further complemented by the elegant fine dining atmosphere.
During the warmer months, guests can dine in the chilled-out Reflections Rooftop Restaurant and Lounge for lighter meals, and a mixologist is on hand when needed to kick start any evening! The place is a lit with lanterns and is a cosy spot to unwind after a busy days sightseeing. The 1927 Lobby Lounge takes guests back to the hotel's Jazz roots, and is perfect for a pre-dinner cocktail - or an alternative, when Reflections' barman has migrated inside for winter.
The Rosewood Hotel Georgia is a cosmopolitan masterpiece, owing to its trendy location near first class restaurants, boutiques, art galleries, theatres, parks and much more. However, if guests are looking something a little bit more active, they can sample a range of water sports, hike and ski when the climate gets cooler.