This hidden downtown Vancouver patio has kicked off its season

Looking for an exclusive spot to hang with friends this summer?

Considered one of the harbingers of warmer weather in damp springtime Vancouver, patio season at Reflections at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia is a favourite downtown hang for many.

The “garden terrace,” which is tucked on the hotel property on a fourth-level rooftop, is one of the city’s favourite and most exclusive summer hideaways.

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Reflections offers a tranquil respite in the middle of the bustling city. Tricked out with tons of seating for small groups or twosomes, the layout ensures maximum relaxation and a very posh vibe.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The hotel always puts on a glorious seasonal spread of food and cocktails, perfect for enjoying your slice of the high life in this urban oasis. Look for refreshing drinks from the bar and elegant eats from the kitchen’s talented chefs.

Patio season at Reflections officially gets underway in April and typically runs into September. It can get pretty crowded, though, so you may want to make a reservation by phone (604 673-7043) or online.

Reflections is located on the fourth floor of the Rosewood Hotel Georgia at801 West Georgia Street, Vancouver.

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