Results for - Most Historical Hotel in Canada (Part Three)
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I hear you need a place to stay while you're on your road trip visiting the attractions, museums, and restaurants in my previous surveys. Well let's travel back in time with some of the oldest and most historical hotels in all of Canada.
1. Prince Edward Island - The Sydney Boutique Inn - This hotel offers elegant suites within the former 1857 Notre Dame Convent in Charlottetown, on Prince Edward Island. Suites are beautifully appointed, with custom-made, heritage-style furnishings, plush bed linens and lots of natural light, in addition to lovingly preserved architectural details. Have you ever stayed at this hotel?
2. Quebec - Fairmont Le Château Frontenac - Perhaps the most famous hotel in Canada, Chateau Frontenac, is a fixture of the Quebec City skyline. Originally built in 1893, this chateau has gone over several facelifts but remains in operation, featuring over 600 rooms amongst its 18 historic floors. Have you ever stayed at this hotel?
3. Saskatchewan - The Hotel Saskatchewan, Autograph Collection - The historic charm and undeniable sophistication of The Hotel Saskatchewan, Autograph Collection will welcome you to a luxurious stay in Regina. Originally constructed in 1927, it has preserved its elegant grandeur through the years blending timeless comforts with modern flare. Have you ever stayed at this hotel?
4. Yukon - The Caribou Hotel - Since its construction over 100 years ago, the Caribou Hotel has experienced more than most buildings, from floating across a lake to burning down and being completely rebuilt. It's one of the oldest buildings in the Southern Lakes Region and is one of the last two historic three-story frame commercial buildings in Yukon dating from the early 20th century. This landmark structure stands in its original location and is one of the first properties recognized when entering Carcross. Have you ever stayed at this hotel?
11/23/2020 Travel 2372 33 By: sarahzahm