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Featured Hotel: Rosewood Hotel Georgia, Vancouver

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Featured Hotel: Rosewood Hotel Georgia, Vancouver

Henley Vazquez

Whistler regular, Passported contributor and mom-of-two Cathy Fedoruk recently snuck in a stay at Vancouver's stylish Rosewood Hotel Georgia en route to her mountain retreat. She shares what to know (and love) about this Rosewood property, and why she'll be returning.


  • Originally built in 1927 and renovated in 2011, this Colonial-revival hotel has 156 rooms and is walking distance to Stanley Park, Gastown and English Bay.
  • Tired from a flight? You can eat in. The Georgia’s two restaurants including the award-winning Hawksworth, as well as two bars and a casual café.
  • Rosewood pampering ranges from a Bentley house car to Rivola Carmignani linens, La Bottega bath amenities, Nespresso machines in all rooms and complimentary wifi for all.


  • For value hunters, the superior room will fit a family of four, but you’ll be sharing two double beds.
  • Spread out with more space in connecting rooms; the deluxe rooms connect to each other or to an executive suite.
  • The quietest rooms overlook the inner courtyard.


  • Nothing beats a splash in the 52-foot indoor saltwater pool.
  • If you’re on a quick stopover but want to sneak in some culture, the hotel sits steps away from the Vancouver Art Gallery.
  • Kids can spa with mom and dad thanks to children’s treatments in the Sense Spa.


  • Views maybe obscured by buildings, so if a skyline view is important, request in advance.
  • Not all rooms have bathtubs, so be sure to request one if traveling with an infant or small child.
  • Although suites are large, they’ll only allow one bed to be added, meaning families of four or more need connecting rooms.