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The Wedgewood Hotel and Spa – an introduction

The Wedgewood Hotel and Spa was created over 25 years ago by its Greek born owner, Eleni
Skalbania and, to this day, is a family-run hotel. Over the years, the foundation upon which Mrs. Skalbania has built the hotel remains solid and consistent; a commitment to personal service, superb quality and insurmountable warmth.

Nestled in the heart of downtown Vancouver, the Wedgewood Hotel & Spa has been named the city’s “most romantic boutique hotel”.  Combining every luxury expected of a great hotel with a timeless European grace, this exclusive four-diamond Hotel is characterized by understated elegance.  Its award-winning French cuisine restaurant, Bacchus, offers an unforgettable dining experience in opulent surroundings while guests enjoy a soothing retreat for rejuvenation & healing in the luxurious full-service Spa at the Wedgewood.  A state of the art Exercise Room, Business Centre, complimentary wired and wireless high speed Internet access throughout the hotel.

Providing a home away from home for countless longstanding guests, international celebrities and
dignitaries, it has become respected for protecting the privacy of all its clients.  The Wedgewood, has set the standard for fashionable small boutique hotels in Canada and one of the most popular luxury hotels in heart of downtown Vancouver. Eleni Skalbania’s attention to detail and her dedication to her guests over the years have led her to become recognized worldwide. Eleni’s youngest daughter, Elpie Jackson, has also developed a passion for the Hotel business and has joined her mother as Director of the Hotel, forming together a most dynamic team.

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One Comment

  1. Posted February 24, 2012 at 6:54 am | Permalink

    Its perfect to stay here because all you want, you can find it here

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