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    Rosewood Hotel Georgia makes The @Conde Nast Traveler Hot List US: "A historic downtown hotel with 156 rooms and suites and a prime location—across the street from the Vancouver Art Gallery, one block from the famous shops of Robson Street, and within walking distance of Stanley Park. Georgian Revival elegance with a Papa Hemingway feel—lots of burnished wood paneling, clean lines, and an extensive modern and contemporary Canadian art collection."

  • Donna Davidson

    Rosewood Hotel Georgia, Vancouver | A historic downtown hotel with 156 rooms and suites and a prime location—across the street from the Vancouver Art Gallery, one block from the famous shops of Robson Street, and within walking distance of Stanley Park. Georgian Revival elegance with a Papa Hemingway feel—lots of burnished wood paneling, clean lines, and an extensive modern and contemporary Canadian art collection.

  • Sylvie Vo

    Rosewood Hotel Georgia, Vancouver, Canada : Condé Nast Traveler

  • Beth Rosenthal

    Rosewood Hotel Vancouver

  • Karl Travis

    Photos: Best New Hotels in the World: Hot List 2012 : Condé Nast Traveler

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