The Ritz-Carlton Montreal
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The Ritz-Carlton Montreal  
Hotel in Montreal  
Excellent 9.4
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For more than 100 years, the “Grand Dame of Sherbrooke Street” as it was named, has welcomed illustrious guests and it has been the place where prestigious local Montrealers from the worlds of literature, fashion, arts, high society and politics have come to meet over a lunch in the garden or a glass of champagne.
 
Auberge Saint-Antoine
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Auberge Saint-Antoine  
Inn in Quebec City  
Excellent 9.6
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Boasting over 300 years of history, the property was used as a wharf, cannon battery and a port for British merchants. Archeological digs around the sites found artifacts dating back to 1600s. The luxurious hotel was a significant sentry of Quebec's history.
 
Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac
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Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac  
Hotel in Quebec City  
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In 1944, this beautiful monolith was the main conference centre of Quebec Conferences during the World War II. Deeply inspired by architecture in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, the New Yorker architect Bruce Price designed Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac for the Quebec City. Its name was derived from the flamboyant French governor around 1672, Louis de Buade, the Fairmont boasts a strong French and Quebecois pride. Within its 300 year expansive history and fame, it is to no one's surprise that notable personalities such as Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt, King George VI, Queen Elizabeth and Princess Grace of Monaco were cared for within its walls.
 
The Great George
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The Great George  
Hotel in Charlottetown  
Excellent 9.6
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Originally built in 1846, the hotel was remodeled in 1854 for more luxurious accommodations. In 1864, the hotel housed the Charlottetown Conference where Prince Edward Island became the Birthplace of Confederation. Over the course of a hundred years, the properties were renovated and repaired while maintaining its roots.
 
Hotel Manoir Victoria
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Hotel Manoir Victoria  
Hotel in Quebec City  
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Originally named Hotel Albion in 1830, the hotel's name was changed to Hotel Victoria in 1895. In 1902, the hotel was destroyed by fire and had to be renovated. It became a popular and fashionable destination in high-society during the 1920s thanks to its outstanding gastronomy. Two decades later, the hotel was again partially burned down and was again rebuilt while maintaining its reputation for extraordinary cuisines. During the 50s, its walls were a meeting place among the young local crowd. In 1988 and later in 2012, the hotel was repeatedly renovated with modernity and luxury in mind.
 
Prince of Wales
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Prince of Wales  
Hotel in Niagara on the Lake  
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The hotel was named after the Duke and Duchess of York, later known as King George V and Queen Mary. Built around 1864, the hotel underwent many renovations over the course of a hundred years. In 1975, it was bought by the Wiens family who expanded the property. It was later included in the Vintage Hotel Properties in 1997.
 
Fairmont Chateau Laurier
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Fairmont Chateau Laurier  
Hotel in Ottawa  
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The ambitious General Manager of the Grand Trunk Railway, Charles Melville Hays, travelled to Canada to build a grand and luxurious hotel. After the hotel was built, the management including Charles Hays perished on the Titanic of 1912. The hotel however, flourished in the following decades. It has been loosely dubbed as the "Third Chamber of Parliament".
 
The Fairmont Palliser
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The Fairmont Palliser  
Hotel in Calgary  
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Named after John Palliser. The hotel was built within Edwardian-era architecture in mind and Renaissance-inspired interiors. Opened in 1914 and gained a Heraldic Badge granted by the Crown in 1993. Within its walls, prime ministers, royalties and celebrities lived to experience the Canadian rockies and the bright city of Calgary.
 
Queen Anne Inn
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Queen Anne Inn  
Bed & Breakfast in Annapolis Royal  
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Prized dearly for its Second Empire Architecture. Although it was originally built as a private residence in 1869 by William Ritchie as a wedding gift, the hotel was vacant for several years after they decided to open in up for tenants. In 1897, it was used as a local church and a private school until 1906. It was again repurposed as a hotel but only until the Roaring Twenties did the hotel gain a steady influx of travellers. Due to the budding tourism in Annapolis Royal, the vintage architecture became popular and sought-after to travellers and history-lovers alike.
 
Delta Hotels by Marriott Bessborough
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Delta Hotels by Marriott Bessborough  
Hotel in Saskatoon  
Excellent 8.8
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Distinctive for its Francis I style of architecture, the hotel has been standing in Saskatoon's downtown since 1935. It was once the tallest building in town until 1966 but the hotel remains as one of the most historic and grand hotels in Canada. In 1926, the business community lobbied the Canadian National Railway to build a hotel for Saskatoon. It was completed during the lowest point of the Great Depression.
 
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West End Guest House  
Bed & Breakfast in Vancouver  
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In the early years of Vancouver, the house was built to keep up with the growing Canadian economy thanks to the Klondike gold rush of 1896. Construction finished in 1906 and it served as a home for the Edwards family of Belleville Ontario.
 
Hotel du Vieux Quebec
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Hotel du Vieux Quebec  
Hotel in Quebec City  
Excellent 9.6
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Situated on the Old Town of Québec, the hotel was constructed around the 18th century.
 
Auberge du Vieux Port
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Auberge du Vieux Port  
Inn in Montreal  
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The property dates back to 19th century Montréal. It was originally used by merchants for flour trading and dry goods. It was then used as wholesaler saddlery and shoe trade. Around the 1940s, the building was used as a warehouse for Potato Distributors Ltd. and then was transferred over to a furniture warehouse in the '60s. Thanks to an excellent view of the Old Port, it was transformed into a 45-room hotel in the '90s.
 
Fairmont Empress Hotel
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Fairmont Empress Hotel  
Hotel in Victoria  
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The hotel opened in 1908 and is marked by Edwardian-era architecture. The Empress has been graced by many royalties, from kings to celebrities and foreign emperors. In 2010, the Empress of Japan visited the place and in 1939, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth were cared for within its walls. The property has been considered as a proud member of the National Historic Site of Canada.
 
Fairmont Banff Springs
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Fairmont Banff Springs  
Resort in Banff  
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The blueprint started in 1887 with William Cornelius Van Horne's vision, build an impressive hotel in the Canadian Rockies. The hotel enjoyed continuous renovation until the Fire of 1926 where its wooden foundations were burnt down. A few years later, the hotel was rebuilt to a bigger castle and with a much more resilient structure. During the Great Depression, the hotel closed for 3 years and was reopened but struggled to reclaim travellers due to location and the economic crisis. By the '70s, the hotel regained its glory thanks to the increasing influx of travellers in Banff. Today it's regarded as the prestigious "Castle in the Rockies".
 
The Mariner King Inn
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The Mariner King Inn  
Inn in Lunenburg  
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In 1787, Prince William visited Nova Scotia and met the ambitious Frances Wentworth. Succumbing to Mrs. Wentworth's charms, the young prince returned again in 1788. After years of scandal and distance, their friendship was mended when the prince displayed great support to Frances' husband as the Governor of Nova Scotia during the American Revolution. When the young prince ascended the throne in 1830, Dr. Bolman constructed the home to commemorate the coronation. The house was later purchased by John Zwicker to take advantage of the booming West Indian Trade. Under the Zwicker family's ownership, the hotel underwent renovations transforming it to a Georgian-Victorian blend of architecture until 1953.
 
Hotel Le St. James Montreal
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Hotel Le St. James Montreal  
Hotel in Montreal  
Excellent 9.2
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Originally used as Merchants' Bank Building, the property is almost 150 years old.
 
HOTEL10
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HOTEL10  
Hotel in Montreal  
Very Good 8.6
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Initially constructed beside a Holy Methodist Church in 1915. It is regarded as one of Canada's residential Art Nouveau-style buildings designed by Arthur Godin, seen through the arched entrances, cantilevered balconies and French architectural style. In 1986, the church was ravaged by fire and the building was partially burnt and so it had to be renovated. The building became popular among artists, musicians and sculptors. The famous André "Dédé" Fortin story had ended within its walls.
 
Ellis House Bed & Breakfast
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Ellis House Bed & Breakfast  
Bed & Breakfast in Niagara Falls  
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The Victorian two-story home was built around 1847. The interior and furniture are designed to deliver you the perfect vintage atmosphere.
 
One King West Hotel and Residence
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One King West Hotel and Residence  
Hotel in Toronto  
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In 1879, the property was home to the Toronto Dominion(TD) Bank for an expansive 126 years, thanks to the budding Toronto economy. In 1914, the building was re-detailed with Renaissance-inspired design. In 1999, Stanford Down Architects renovated and updated the property's facilities for residential use.
 
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