Irish Sunday Mirror - - TRAVEL -

Chateau Fron­tenac in Que­bec City, Canada, is said to be the most pho­tographed ho­tel in the world. Opened in 1893 by the Cana­dian Pa­cific Rail­way, it sits 180ft above the St Lawrence River and is a Na­tional His­toric Site which hosted two Al­lied con­fer­ences in WWII at­tended by Churchill and Roo­sevelt. Even if you don’t stay there you can go on guided tours of the 611-room prop­erty, now op­er­ated by the up­scale Fair­mont chain. The 1608 bar is a bit spe­cial, and fa­mous for its cheese se­lec­tion.

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