What five words best describe the style of Rosewood Hotel Georgia?

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We think these are the best words to describe Vancouver’s own Rosewood Hotel Georgia:

1. Iconic. Situated in a Georgian Revival building on the corner of Howe and Georgia Streets, the Hotel Georgia has been an iconic spot in downtown Vancouver since 1927, playing host throughout the ages to guests ranging from Marlene Dietrich to Elvis Presley. Take note of the original detailing above the elevators for a glimpse of what was.

2. Luxurious. From the Pratesi linens on the beds to the heated marble bathroom floors to the in-room Nespresso maker, the hotel offers all the little extra touches that set a great hotel apart from a good one.

3. Contemporary. The hotel recently underwent a complete makeover, and it looks better than ever, with a fresh and modern look. Rooms are decorated in a cream, beige, pale blue and mauve color palette accented with dark wood and elegant patterned drapes, carpets and throw pillows, while bold paintings grace the lobby. 

4. Timeless. Even though the hotel feels very 21st century, a sense of classic charm pervades the space. Maybe it’s the chic staff in their black suits, catering to your every need, or the old-world wood paneling in the lobby you’ll notice as you sip a classic cocktail in 1927 Lobby Lounge. Whatever it is, it makes you appreciate the hotel’s attention to detail.

5. Art-filled. You’ll discover an amazing art collection right in the hotel itself. Featuring works from modern Canadian artists like David Robinson, Alan Wood and Jack Shadbolt, you’ll encounter color and beauty on seemingly every wall.

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