Rosewood Hotel Georgia
What We Love
- Culinary hot spot Hawksworth draws locals and guests alike
- Impeccable, intuitive service
- Cocktails at the super-swish rooftop restaurant and bar, Reflections
What To Know
- Swimming pool is indoors
- City locale means a buzzing social vibe
- Fitness center is open 24/7
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Georgian Revival. Toronto-based interior design firm Munge Leung blended a modern, sophisticated look with the historical style of the 156-room hotel. They preserved Art Deco details including Italian marble flooring, the fireplace and elevators with original brass dials. The Rosewood currently has the largest private collection of Canadian art in Canada, curated by Vancouver-based Farmboy Fine Arts.
Bed and Bath
Guestrooms, in a palette of ivory, chocolate and powder-blue, have sleek Deco-inspired furnishings, such as pearlized leather loungers and quilted headboards. Well-styled accessories include a vintage-look brass clock, mercury glass bottles and a chevron throw. Spa-style marble and dark wood bathrooms feature a deep soaking tub, a luxury shower and bamboo-and-lemongrass-scented Ohne bath amenities. Thoughtful extras include Nespresso machines and fully stocked bars.
The hotel has a huge local following thanks to chef David Hawksworth, who prepares stunningly fresh, inventive fare (think hamachi sashimi with passion fruit, jalapeño, coconut and white soy, and roasted halibut with wild mushrooms and bottarga). There’s also the super-swish rooftop restaurant and bar, Reflections, and the business-friendly 1927 Lobby Lounge. Or you can linger over pastries and coffee at Bel Café. Other on-site offerings include a spa with cult-favorite Intraceuticals facials, a 52-foot indoor saltwater lap pool and a business center.
In the Area
Since the Rosewood is located so centrally, walking is easy. Culture vultures will want to check out the Vancouver Art Gallery, right across the street, and the Pacific Centre shops are also just a stone’s throw away. Hit the Diamond Restaurant and Cocktail Bar for pulled pork tacos, yucca fries and great drinks; for an upscale mix of French and Pacific Northwest, slide into L’Abattoir for milk-braised pork shoulder and black kale. Over on Robson Street, Vancouver’s shopping district, sample the hyperlocal fare (pork cracklings, bison tongue ravioli, beet and cress salad with black pepper praline) at Forage. And, of course, no food lover’s trip to Vancouver is complete without a trip to the Granville Island Public Market.
How to Get There
We had a dinner in a special separated room but the food they served was cold ! The airco was also blowing on your head even when it was not necessary in december very uncomfortable feeling. When I informed that my salmon hot dish was cold they served another one but quite late when everyone finished already their dish.
Hotel Georgia is the perfect place to stay in downtown Vancouver. Clean rooms with amazing rainfall shower heads, professional staff ready and happy to take care of any questions and concerns, great room service and nightlife without leaving the building. Will definitely be back.
Stayed at the Rosewood over a long weekend. From the moment I walked in, I was very impressed! The staff and the room were superb. I was upgraded to a suite which was beyond my expectations. Turndown service and little notes everyday. Not something I am used to. The location is also fantastic as it is central and you can walk all over the city. Highly recommend staying at this one of a kind hotel!
Such a great time staying at Rosewood Hotel Georgia! Upon check in which we arrived around noon as we flew in from out of town, we expected we might have to wait to get our room. But they had our room ready and accommodated us right away. We were celebrating our 9 year anniversary and the lady who checked us in said they’d deliver a bottle of wine later and congratulations! Which I thought was super nice and really appreciated the gesture! She also offered to upgrade us to a bigger room for $45 a night, but we opted out as we had plans to be out and about most of the time. We stayed 2 nights and had a very comfortable stay. Clean rooms and the housekeeper brought us bottles of water and cookies each night. And our wine was delivered the first evening as promised just before we were going to a concert, which was wonderful! The only thing I was a bit disappointed in was the pool/hottub were closed due to maintainence, which we didn’t know about until check in. However we could have went across the street to use the Four Seasons pool but seemed like a bit of a pain since it was so cold outside. And occasionally in our room there was a loud drilling/vibrating noise that I found annoying. We stayed in room 401 so not sure if it was where we were located or the entire building? Overall very nice stay. Location downtown was perfect.
We had 2 rooms here during the 2018 Holidays. The staff and concierge went above and beyond to accommodate our large family with kids - from arranging transport to nightly cookies and daily breakfast. We all felt pampered! The hotel is exquisite and the rooms were spacious and divine. We will definitely be back!