The Fairmont Pacific Rim Unveils Residential Estates

  • Kristin Jones

Fairmont Hotels and Resorts recently teamed up with acclaimed Canadian developers Westbank Projects and Peterson Group to create the Estates at the Fairmont Pacific Rim hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia. The 175 residential condominiums opened in January and occupy a number of floors in the 377-room hotel, which provides breathtaking views of Vancouver’s majestic Coal Harbour, Stanley Park, and the North Shore Mountains.

Seeking to achieve a fresh and modern design, the Fairmont enlisted Los Angeles firm Kay Lang + Associates to decorate each residence with a color palette meant to encourage a relaxed atmosphere. Residents receive daily VIP treatment, which includes access to the Fairmont’s 4,000-square-foot fitness center, 18-seat movie theater, pool and Jacuzzi, and private cabanas, as well as limousine service, and gourmet meals prepared by award-winning executive chef David Wong. Access to Fairmont’s Willow Stream Spa, conference facilities, business center, and 24-hour room service is also available for additional fees. Residences at the Estates are priced from $2.95 million to $5.85 million. (604.695.5300, www.fairmontpacificrim.com)

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