Located within the walls of Old Quebec, the Château Frontenac is a hotel with a glamorous and storied history.
The iconic hotel unveils a $60-million makeover.
Step inside and your first impression may be of the hotel’s discretion.
The hotel, a registered historic landmark, re-opened in 2011 as a Rosewood Hotel after an extensive renovation and is still favoured as a celeb haunt.
While Mont Rochelle’s vibe is relaxed and rural, playful yet sophisticated decor makes clear that this isn’t your grandmother’s country manor.
The Duniway is charming, centrally-located, and thoughtfully redesigned—a warm home for any visit to the City of Roses.
Should Bourbon Street leave you seeking a change in pace, take a 10-minute walk southwest into the city’s quieter—but emerging—Warehouse District, and check yourself into the Ace Hotel New Orleans.
Three accommodations that blend high-end design with local culture, gastronomy, and sustainability.
Following a year-long transformation, the largest hotel in Montreal is again open for business.