Rosewood Hotel Georgia
Originally opened in 1927, the Rosewood Hotel Georgia hints at its history all the way from its heavily wood-panelled lobby to its 156 rooms and suites, all the while offering you a modern and luxurious stay. The hotel, a product of the Roaring Twenties, has become a landmark of Vancouver and its Prohibition bar gives a stylish nod to the property’s roots. It retains its original style, although it underwent a complete refurbishment in 2011, giving you a modern hotel with a classic twist. Overlooking the Vancouver Art Gallery and close to the shopping malls in the heart of the city, the Rosewood also commands a central location. The Hawksworth Restaurant is one of the most lauded dining rooms in the city.
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Rooms here are spacious and decorated in cool neutrals with Art Deco-inspired lines. The Premier rooms are particularly generous and boast views over Georgia Street as well as a separate seating area. All rooms come with a coffee maker, Bose docking system and complimentary WiFi.
Centrally located in downtown Vancouver, the Rosewood Georgia hotel is close to a variety of shops, cafes and restaurants, making it a convenient base for your city stay. You can also learn about the city’s history and culture at the nearby Vancouver Art Museum.
Food and Drink
There are several different dining options at the hotel. The Hawksworth Restaurant is an award-winning steak house offering contemporary Canadian cuisine.
Bel Café offers guests the perfect start to the day with a selection of on-the-go breakfasts and coffees, along with a full-service menu to suit whatever the day has in store.
Reflections: The Garden Terrace offers light, tapas-inspired meals in a relaxed outside setting.
Facilities and Activities
The full-service Rosewood Spa is open daily. The hotel also offers a gym and swimming pool onsite.
We like the Rosewood Hotel Georgia for its central location, stylish decor and modern comforts, as well as its Hawksworth Restaurant, one of the most lauded eateries in the city.
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