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The Private Residences at Rosewood Hotel Georgia in Vancouver

Dec. 14th, 2011 | Comments 0 | Make a Comment   
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The historic Hotel Georgia in Vancouver, British Columbia has been a luxurious destination since it first opened in 1927, playing host to the likes of Elvis Presley, The Beatles and the Queen of England.

This year it entered a new chapter in high-end hospitality under the management of the famed Rosewood brand following a full restoration. Now those who want to make the experience a lasting one can purchase one of the newly finished Private Residences adjacent to the hotel, which has instantly become the city’s most prestigious address.

In addition to the lavish residences, the 48-story tower includes exclusive offers and travel opportunities from the Rosewood group as well as access to the Hotel Georgia’s luxe amenities. The elegant edifice with stunning views is home to the signature Hawksworth Restaurant (recently named the “Best New Restaurant in Canada”) and Sense, A Rosewood Spa, along with one of the country’s largest private collections of Canadian art. Owner’s perks at the residences include room service, valet, private chef, limousine and concierge services.

"With the recent opening of the Rosewood Hotel Georgia, prospective purchasers can now experience for themselves the remarkable quality and luxury that will be replicated in The Private Residences," says Bruce Langereis, president of Delta Land Development, developers of both the hotel and residential tower. "This is truly a legendary real estate offering, a legacy and landmark combination that puts home owners in the very heart of our beautiful city and delivers access to a range of world-class amenities and privileges." Learn more at ResidencesAtGeorgia.com.




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