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Originally opened in 1927, Vancouver's Hotel Georgia was the celebrity haunt of everyone from Elvis and the Rat Pack to Errol Flynn and Katharine Hepburn. Full review →
Historic hotel in a perfectly central downtown location across the square from the Vancouver Art Gallery. Full review →
Grand marble staircases, ballrooms full of Hollywood North history, and elegantly chic guest rooms keep the boutique luxury old-school.
Toronto designer Alessandro Munge has preserved the history of the building and created a soothing nest for business travelers and other visitors.
Georgian Revival elegance with a Papa Hemingway feel—lots of burnished wood paneling, clean lines, and an extensive modern and contemporary Canadian art collection. Full review →
One of Vancouver's newest hotels, the Rosewood Hotel Georgia is also one of its most historic. Full review →Be sure to pick up the map of the impressive contemporary art collection gracing the lobby, the second floor, and the fourth floor terrace.
Located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, Rosewood Hotel Georgia offers its guests one of the best locations — if not the best — for exploring the British Columbian City. Full review →
Indeed, with so many options for guests and locals, the Hotel Georgia is poised to once again become a social hub in the city. Full review →For the best views, request a southeast exposure to overlook the Vancouver Art Gallery.
At the luxurious and freshly updated Rosewood Hotel Georgia, guests will find 155 rooms and suites designed to provide a residential feel. Full review →
85-year-old landmark with haute fare and a swank spa. Full review →
Vancouver's current 'it' hotel underwent a recent spectacular renovation that brought the 1927-built landmark back to its golden-age glory. Full review →
The Rosewood Hotel Georgia is a historic property with a downtown Vancouver location. Full review →
Established in 1927 and reopened in 2011, this is one of Vancouver’s most historic hostelries, courting everyone from Ginger Rogers to the Rolling Stones.
Opposite the Vancouver Art Gallery, in the heart of the city five blocks southwest of the cruise-ship terminal, this 1927 Georgian Revival structure has been operating with a Midas touch,... Full review →(Elvis requested a pan-fried peanut butter, banana and bacon sandwich, which wasn't on the menu at the time, but it is now.
Downtown’s 1927 landmark has been revamped with Art Deco–inspired rooms... a world-class spa, saltwater lap pool, and a slick, dark-wood-and-gold-paneled restaurant run by star chef David Hawksworth. Full review →
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