What are the guest rooms like at Rosewood Hotel Georgia?

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Rosewood Hotel Georgia is one of our favorite spots in Vancouver for its sophisticated and contemporary — yet timeless — design, from the distinguished, wood-paneled lobby to the tastefully appointed guest rooms. Decorated in a cream, beige, pale blue and mauve color palette accented with dark wood and elegant patterned drapes, carpets and throw pillows, the rooms are imbued with luxurious and high quality materials at every turn. The bed sits in the center of the room, dressed in crisp Pratesi linens and featuring a curved, tufted beige headboard that neatly stores two reading lights you turn on and off by tapping them. Nightstands with pullout panels on either side of the bed allow for ample storage while also holding one of the room’s telephones and clock. A flat-screen Sony television is mounted onto the wall above the dark wood desk with its nifty pop-out electrical outlets, and the armless, cream-colored leather chair offers a comfortable seat while typing on your laptop. A gray wingback armchair, meanwhile, is a good nook for reading a book. If you’re in a deluxe room, you’ll also enjoy a loveseat where you read the complimentary magazines like Vancouver or Essential left on a tray on the coffee table. Ample closets — which even feature hanging lavender sachets so your clothes will smell amazing — offer plenty of space, and the private bar area (which includes a Nespresso pod machine along with the mini-bar and glassware) is neatly hidden behind a white wood door. Rosewood Hotel Georgia’s bedrooms include everything you want while on the road, from a cozy place to relax after a night out to thoughtful amenities that make traveling feel like living.

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