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Quite literally where room service was invented--at the request of Katharine Hepburn, who demanded in-suite dining for all meals--the thoroughly reinvigorated 1927 building has taken similarly conf... read more
Leave splashy excess to the arrivistes and opt for an on-point experience that doesn’t cost your whole holiday. A chic facelift and clever branding boost this classic mid-century budget hotel... read more
Renovated mid-century Polynesian beauty of a hotel with great bones and spectacular curves. Keeps luxuries to a minimum but scores huge for fun, even supplying a whimsical “island” map ... read more
Facelifts don’t get much more dramatic than this former hooker haunt turned ultramod boutique hotel. Full of soft abstract art, leather-look walls in the suites and elegant color palette of g... read more
This bold newcomer spares no expense combining classic Italian materials for a sleek, sexy reinterpretation, with playful touches like herringbone-patterned marble floor. Dedicated outlets for tech... read more
Modern, spacious, dog-friendly lodge with a variety of floor plans, some with full kitchen, many featuring basalt fireplaces, flat-screens, leather seating and dark wood shutters. Bathrooms boast h... read more
Who says frugal can't be fun? MODA's sleek reno pairs century-old tile floors with designer colors and linens in a hopping downtown location. Somewhat light on luxuries but still featuring flat-scr... read more
Relaxing, neutral decor blends organic grey and moss hues found in the slate fireplace, bath and entryway tile with soft ochre, cherry-colored wood, brushed steel fixtures and accessories and dark ... read more
Locals call it the O. Travel rags call it one of the best boutique hotels in the world. Chromepost bed, anyone? Lifestyle inspired rooms of lime green, mustard yellow and rouge match personalities ... read more
Lone Vancouver member of presitgious Relais & Châteaux association, owner Eleni Skalbania's devotion to excellence is the stuff of local legend. From homemade cookies to walk-out balconies in eve... read more
One of the city's first boutique hotels, the Georgian Court (and its fine dining restaurant, The William Tell) started building a reputation for class and service when today's nearby Yaletown poser... read more
This rough-edged, downmarket watering hole gets some of its charact...
Gorgeously designed to show off its serpentine curves and 110-year-...
The city’s first dedicated beer tasting room, gastropreneur S...
Showcasing a custom–built Kees van der Westen “Mirage&r...
The prescription at this gorgeous former pharmacy-turned-supper clu...