Following its debut in the Roaring ‘20s, the legendary Hotel Georgia came to be known as Vancouver’s most historic and elegant retreat. When it first welcomed guests in 1927, the hotel brought unheard of luxuries to the young city of Vancouver and Canada’s West Coast. And it wasn’t just the local social set that made the hotel the heart of Vancouver; Louis Armstrong, Ginger Rogers, Frank Sinatra, Laurence Olivier, the Rolling Stones and the Prince of Wales all added to the mystique of this irreplaceable piece of history.
When it was unveiled in 2011 as Rosewood Hotel Georgia, the fully restored Georgian Revival property was returned to its former grandeur with additional elegance afforded by extensive amenities and the impeccable service of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts. From the painstaking restoration of Old World craftsmanship to the addition of the most luxurious furnishings and latest technology, Rosewood Hotel Georgia offers an unmatched combination of legacy and luxury – a return to the golden age of hotel travel.
The hotel provides discerning travellers with a level of stylish elegance equal to its landmark location. Designed with a residential atmosphere, the 156 rooms and suites layer modern sophistication against the historic backdrop of the restored hotel. The eminently comfortable accommodations are softly enrobed in a palette of light blue, ivory and chocolate and outfitted with sleek furnishings and spa-inspired bathrooms.
In keeping with the refined atmosphere and unique character of the hotel, Vancouver's premier chef, David Hawksworth, brings his classically grounded, ingredient-driven cooking style to his signature fine dining restaurant at Rosewood Hotel Georgia. Guests can look forward to brilliantly conceived combinations and exquisite presentations as David continues his relentless drive for perfection.