Some exciting changes are underway at one of Vancouver’s most historic destinations
Every year, as gray days and drizzle give way to sunny skies, Vancouverites await the spring debut of Reflections Garden Terrace, one of the city’s most popular patio hangouts.
One of the biggest attractions of this famous landmark for locals and tourists alike rosewood hotel georgia, Reflections has a reputation as a sophisticated sunny-day destination with elegant cocktails and food. In recent years, the popular patio-style space has been transformed into a holiday-themed winter retreat in the heart of the city, making the most of the off-season, dubbed the “Winter Terrace.”
But this year, Reflections will have a new look and position as a year-round patio space with a fully retractable roof. “Reflections Terrace will be reimagined to provide a vibrant atmosphere that will be loved through the warmer months,” reads a media release from Rosewood Hotel Georgia.
Among the refreshed features expected in the reborn space is a design that reflects “the lush landscape that surrounds the city, featuring light wood and deep green accents and biofriendly interior design elements.” It will be done.
The upgrades are part of a major renovation project underway at Rosewood Hotel Georgia, which includes changes to all 156 guest rooms, including 22 suites, as well as changes to the luxury property’s lobby and lobby, which opened in 1927. Changes will also be made to the lounge restaurant.
Vancouver-based Ste. Marie Studio is leading the redesign of the 1927 Lobby Lounge and Reflections.
Meanwhile, the expanded 1927 Lobby Lounge will “offer an exquisite version of fine dining and artisanal cocktails that weave together the rich stories of the greater Vancouver region,” a property representative explains. Debuting with a refreshed look, the space will feature live entertainment on select nights.
The hotel is currently closed to guests and visitors and is scheduled to reopen in April, while Reflections is scheduled to reopen in June.
The on-site restaurants Hawksworth and Bell Café will remain open during the hotel’s renovation. However, there has been no update on the status of the underground bar/nightclub facility, formerly known as Prohibition, for quite some time.
The venue was closed during the pandemic. In May 2022, a new project (from the folks behind his award-winning Keefer Bar in Vancouver) called The Herrick was announced.
update: Representatives from Rosewood Hotel Georgia have revealed that while the venue is currently undergoing renovations, The Herrick is not the project in progress, and details about the new venture will be shared closer to completion.
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