Top Suites: Vancouver’s Rosewood Hotel Georgia Debuts Royal Suite

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Rosewood Royal Suite at the Hotel Georgia

There’s a new luxury crash pad in Vancouver that’s slated to become a favorite for the A-list celebrity crowd. Sailing above the city on the 45th floor of the The Private Residences at Hotel Georgia, the Rosewood Royal Suite is a four-bedroom pied-à-terre that comes with a host of perks and VIP services. There’s a media room, den, dining room, and kitchen. But the crème de la crème might be the vistas: 180 degree views of the city through walls of glass. Not to mention the balcony!

Rosewood Royal Suite at the Hotel Georgia

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Guests of the Rosewood Royal Suite get access to an in-suite private chef and a wardrobe consultant who can arrange a shopping excursion. Each guest is also treated to evening cocktails in-suite and a daily spa treatment at Sense, A Rosewood Spa. Price tag for the Rosewood Royal Suite? Over $11,000 per night.

First opened in 1927, Rosewood Hotel Georgia is home to the Sense spa, meeting facilities, a ballroom, and the acclaimed Hawksworth restaurant. There are 156 guestrooms.

 

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