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Rosewood Hotel Georgia Feb 2014

Rosewood Hotel Georgia

801 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6C 1P7

Rosewood Hotel Georgia became a Vancouver legend for bringing unheard-of luxuries to the young city and Canada’s West Coast, following its grand debut in the roaring ‘20s. Over the decades, the Rosewood Hotel Georgia played host to a long list of Hollywood celebrities and royalty. In 2014, the Forbes Five-Star hotel ranked among the “Best Canada Hotels & Resorts” and “Best British Columbia Hotels & Resorts” on Condé Nast Traveler’s Gold List. The 156-room hotel is home to Reflections Outdoor Restaurant and Lounge, one of Vancouver’s most popular social hubs; Hawksworth Restaurant, led by visionary chef David Hawksworth; the Bel Café; Sense, A Rosewood Spa®, offering a menu of West-Coast treatments; thoughtfully designed meetings facilities; and a heritage ballroom and spacious lounges, which act as a tranquil and enticing haven in this radiant downtown hub.


While some local bars are carving custom ice to up their game, others are infusing ice with creative flavours and ingredients. Welcome to the world of artisanal ice cubes.

The hotel, a registered historic landmark, re-opened in 2011 as a Rosewood Hotel after an extensive renovation and is still favoured as a celeb haunt.

A spiral staircase and opulent chandelier greet those who enter the Prohibition bar, unmarked from the street and covertly situated on a subterranean level of Vancouver’s Rosewood Hotel Georgia.

Just as our lungs must breathe, our skin must breathe, too. Enter Intraceuticals, an Australian line of skin-care products that not only expedites this process but improves upon it with their innovative Clinic Treatments.

In the culinary world, context is everything. So at New York’s James Beard House, America’s working monument to gastronomy, you can do as David Hawksworth did one recent evening in late September without raising an eyebrow.

It’s said that smell is the most evocative of the senses. So it is quite fitting that for Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, whose mantra is “a sense of place”, each location has its own signature scent.