VANCOUVER, B.C. — The Fairmont Pacific Rim in Vancouver has released a new collection of 10 suites inspired by fashion, art and music.
The Owner’s Suite Collection offer 800 sq. ft. of opulence with an Ico Parisi-inspired sofa and dining room table in the living room, a plush king-sized canopy bed, large walk-in closet and marble spa bathroom with a soaker tub. Each suite also features colourful, gallery-worthy art installations by prominent Canadian artists such as Susan Point and Greg Murdock.
Every suite houses its own custom vinyl collection and Rega RP1 turntable. The records are curated based on guests’ musical preferences, or can be selected upon arrival. Guests also enjoy Fairmont Gold services during their stay — including private check-in, concierge and an exclusive lounge overlooking the harbour.
Owned and developed by Westbank Projects Corp. and the Peterson Group, the Owner’s Suite concept was designed by Vancouver-based architect James K. Cheng. “We are continually developing our product to suit the evolving needs and desires of our guests,” says Philip Barnes, regional VP, Pacific Northwest and general manager, Fairmont Pacific Rim. “We believe these 10 new suites will be embraced by our guests as another example of our continuing commitment to meet, and hopefully exceed, their expectations.”