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The likes of Nat King Cole, Elvis Presley, and Katherine Hepburn all bunked at Vancouver’s Hotel Georgia in its heyday, but you need not be a big shot to afford a room here now. Follow in their glamorous footsteps July 15 through August 15, when the property reopens as the Rosewood Hotel Georgia – and slashes room rates to just $192.70, in honor of its 1927 grand opening. The entire property evokes the Roaring ’20s, including the restored grand staircase rising from the lobby; Prohibition, a swank jazz bar; and 1927 Lobby Lounge, a sleek cocktail spot.
THE VALUE: In addition to the $192.70 rate, select rooms and suites are discounted by 50 percent; after opening month, room rates jump to about $390/night.
THE DETAILS: Call 888-ROSEWOOD to book; ask for the opening rates.
THE CATCH: This is the first month the rebranded property is open, so anticipate some hiccups in service and functionality.
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