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The Teak Bridge, framed with waterfalls on each side, flanks the main hotel entrance and beckons guests to enter. Its colourful glass-art reeds and plants drift in the water, connecting Fairmont Pacific Rim to nature.

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Even 50 years on, the XKE is still regarded by many car enthusiasts as the most beautiful production car ever made.

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Neil Campbell is a Vancouver artist whose site-specific artworks are custom-tailored to individual spaces.

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Handcrafted in Italy by piano maker Paolo Fazioli, the custom-made piano holds pride-of-place in the hotel’s lobby lounge and features a unique three-dimensional design under the lid.

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Zhang Huan is one of today’s leading contemporary artists. His submission sculptural proposal depicted a flock of fluttering birds taking flight from a rooted tree trunk.

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Smooth “book matching style” marble flows through the airy hotel lobby. The Italian Bianco Statuario Marble is sent to China, where the book matching process takes place.

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This self taught artist and industrial designer’s interest lies in the psychology of visual perception and exerts enormous influence within Italy.

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Blackwater Ophelia is a video-recorded tableau vivant inspired by the 1852 painting Ophelia by John Everett Millais.

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Acclaimed photographer, Fred Herzog is known primarily for his photos of life in Vancouver. His work focuses primarily on “ordinary” people, the working class, and their connections to the city around them.

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A Pulse of Its Own

This June, a bold reinterpretation of luxury is coming to Fairmont Pacific Rim. Designed for the elite, in-the-know traveller, our new collection of chic Owner’s Suites aren’t just a place to stay, they’re a place to be.

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A Canopy of Lights

A canopy of 35,000 small lights now illuminates the eastern side of Fairmont Pacific Rim, creating a boulevard reminiscent of its inspiration, Paris – the City of Light.