Following its grand debut in the roaring ‘20s, Hotel Georgia came to be known as a Vancouver legend for bringing unheard-of luxuries to the young city and Canada’s West Coast. After undergoing a full renovation and reopening in 2011 as Rosewood Hotel Georgia, the hotel has been returned to its former grandeur with the additional elegance of extensive amenities and the impeccable service of Rosewood, one of the world’s most exclusive hotel brands. With 156 rooms and suites embellished with stylish elegance equal to its landmark location, guests uncover an exclusive residential ambiance Featuring a palette of light blues, ivory ,and chocolate, the guestroom decor is completed with sleek furnishings and spa-inspired bathrooms for ultimate luxury.
Situated in the vibrant Yaletown area, Opus Vancouver is the only boutique hotel in the city to have received the coveted Forbes Four-Star rating from 2013 through 2018. The 96 guest rooms and suites feature spa bathrooms with heated floors, all in vibrant colors, with contemporary furniture, Frette bathrobes and Herman Miller ergonomic chairs. A perfect urban retreat for business or pleasure. The 7th floor rooms are slightly smaller, but also feature a step out terrace to enjoy the outdoor sights and sounds of Yaletown. Some other highlights include an on-site modern French brasserie restaurant, bar (which serves tapas and cocktails), round-the-clock room service, catering and meeting facilities (for a maximum of 50 people). Pets are welcome to stay at the hotel.
Across from restaurants and next to shops along Highway 1A, this straightforward hotel is an 11-minute walk from the nearest SkyTrain station, a kilometer from Central Park and 7 km from Burnaby Village Museum.
Featuring warm decor and dark wood furnishings, the casual rooms include free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus microwaves, minifridges, and tea and coffee making equipment. Children age 8 and under (2 per room) stay at no cost with an adult.