Empire Landmark Hotel, often still referred to by its original name, the Sheraton Landmark, was the tallest free standing hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It also houses, Cloud 9, one of two of Vancouver's revolving restaurants, the other being the Harbour Centre revolving restaurant. The Building was revolutionary as it has a revolving top/restaurant. It was built by the oldest construction company on the West Coast SBW otherwise known as Smith Brothers and Wilson. The building and its restaurant was closed on September 30, 2017 and the building later to be demolished. The location will be replaced by two shorter residential buildings.
The Landmark is located on one of Vancouver's busiest thoroughfares at 1400 Robson Street, in the West End of Downtown Vancouver. Completed in 1973, 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.