Rosewood Hotel Georgia re-emerges after facelift

5-month overhaul includes opening of new dining generation, The Hotel Georgua

Rosewood Hotel Georgia has reopened following an extensive five-month renovation to unveil reimagined culinary concepts and luxury rooms and suites.

The reopening also marks the debut of an entirely new dining destination, The Georgia Bar, strengthening the property’s robust culinary program and paying homage to the iconic and beloved personalities that once traversed through its corridors. Rosewood Hotel Georgia celebrates the history and heritage of Vancouver within a modern setting, complemented by an array of singular experiences. First opened in 1927 as Hotel Georgia, the property was last renovated in 2011 when it was introduced as Rosewood Hotel Georgia.

Rosewood Hotel Georgia tapped New York-based design firm Lillian Wu Studio for the redesign of its 156 rooms and suites. Reflecting the epitome of refined comfort and sophistication, the accommodations were thoughtfully crafted as a sensorial experience with details such as leather-wrapped accessories, plush, tufted headboards, horn handles with bronze patina holders, and hand-blown glass fixtures. Reflecting Rosewood’s A Sense of Place® philosophy, elegant nods to the property’s singular location are woven throughout, such as silver leaf-painted glass resembling the Pacific Dogwood, the provincial flower of British Columbia, as well as works of art curated by a local gallery.

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Serving as the crown jewels of the property, the Lord Stanley Suite and Rosewood Suite were renovated in 2021 and embody the bold spirit of the iconic guests who have visited over the hotel’s almost hundred-year history. The 1,280 square-foot (120 square-metre) 12th-floor Lord Stanley Suite, adorned in gold and royal hues with distinctive fixtures, features two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large living room, a dining area for up to six people, and a terrace with a private plunge pool, outdoor fireplace, and unobstructed views of Vancouver.

Similarly luxurious, the 1,492 square-foot (140 square-metre) Rosewood Suite, inspired by the verdant Pacific Northwest, offers two bedrooms, two baths, a spacious living area, and a rooftop garden terrace for up to 20 guests. Modern with sleek silhouettes and graphic patterns, it can connect to an additional room for a three-bedroom setup and includes a private plunge pool and fireplace with bird’s-eye views of Vancouver.

1927 Lounge at Rosewood Hotel Georgia

Channeling the opulence of the Roaring 20s, the Lobby balances the jubilance and elegance typical of that era while layering in a sense of locality and warmth synonymous with the Rosewood brand. Moody marbles and plush green velvets are contrasted with contemporary flair and punches of colorful textile that effortlessly link both the Front Desk area and 1927 Lounge dining space.

Designed to celebrate the rich history of the city, the newly refined bi-level 1927 Lounge shines a light on the prestigious narratives of downtown Vancouver while continuing to offer fine dining and artisanal cocktails. Creating a hub of activity and entertainment for visiting guests and locals alike, the 1927 Lounge features live performances from R&B, Jazz, and Soul artists on selective nights and special occasions.

Embodying the spirit of the gilded art deco era, The Georgia Bar is the hotel’s new mixology-focused concept, centered around a dramatic, u-shaped Arabescatto Orobico marble-top bar with a backdrop of stately mahogany-panelled walls and marble checkerboard floors.

The Georgia Bar’s culinary program was carefully curated to immerse guests in the greater Vancouver area, traversing through the flavours of the small yet culturally diverse communities that make up this one-of-a- kind enclave. Found on the menu at The Georgia Bar and nowhere else in Vancouver are Canadian “Caviar bumps,” offering guests a taste of sustainably sourced and flavourful caviar paired with fine wine and spirits.

Following the property’s initial reopening, Reflections Terrace will be reintroduced in the second half of 2024 as a year-round dining destination, marking the rebirth of a local favourite. Upon its debut, Reflections will feature a new, fully retractable roof and design elements inspired by Vancouver’s surrounding landscapes, centred around a biophilic design that further brings the outdoors in.

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