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Opened in 1927, the Hotel Georgia's guest book rivals that of any in the city, catering to British royalty, music legends, and Hollywood celebs. And thanks to a $125-million renovation in 2011, guests of this historic landmark are once again sleeping in style. Toronto designer Alessandro Munge has preserved the history of the building and created a soothing nest for business travelers and other visitors. The moody color palette of cocoa, taupe, and custard is complemented by Art Deco accents throughout the lobby and its "1927" bar; the largest privately owned collection of Canadian artwork flanks the walls on every floor. The 155 rooms are done up in Parisian blue and silver tones and range from 325 to 400 square feet with sleeping and living areas, and luxurious spa-grade bathrooms featuring heated flooring, deep soaking tubs, and rainwater-head showers. (Best views are from the south side, facing the neoclassical Vancouver Art Gallery.) The roomy feel carries over to the full fitness center and spa with its 52-foot indoor saltwater lap pool. The friendly, enthusiastic staffers gamely do all they can to accommodate guests, especially kids in their "Rosebud" program. Hawksworth, the high-wattage in-house wine-centric restaurant run by much-heralded chef David Hawksworth, is just an elevator ride away. The morning is the time to score a proper "English Breakfast" or Dungeness crab Benedict with a perfect hollandaise.—Kasey Wilson
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