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Empire Landmark Hotel

Empire Landmark Hotel
General information
Location 1400 Robson Street
Opening 1973
Technical details
Floor count 42
Design and construction
Architect Lort and Lort
Other information
Number of rooms 357
Number of restaurants 1
Official Site

Empire Landmark Hotel, often still referred to by its original name, the Sheraton Landmark, is the tallest free standing hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It also houses, Cloud 9, one of two of Vancouver's revolving restaurants.


  • Background Information 1
  • Cloud 9 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Background Information

The Landmark is located on one of Vancouver's busiest thoroughfares at 1400 Robson Street, in the West End of Downtown Vancouver. Completed in 1971, it stands 120 metres (393.7 feet) tall with 42 storeys. In Vancouver, it is the tallest building that is completely devoted to a hotel. Currently, the building is owned by Hong Kong based Asia Standard International Group.

Cloud 9

On the top floors of the hotel, the Empire Landmark is also home to Cloud 9. Cloud 9 is one of two of Vancouver's revolving restaurants.


  • Empire Landmark Hotel, Vancouver (Emporis)

External links

  • Empire Landmark Official Site

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