Castles of the North: Canada's Grand Hotels
Lynx Images, Jan 1, 2001 - Architecture - 296 pages
Castles of the North celebrates the magnificent history of Canada's grand hotels, buildings that are among the country's most recognized and storied landmarks. In Quebec City, the Chateau Frontenac defines the skyline; in the Rockies, the Banff Springs entices visitors to dramatic scenery. Though overshadowed by towering bank buildings, the Royal York in Toronto still holds its own. Some of Canada's earliest tourist draws, the historic grand hotels were also at the social heart of emerging cities from coast to coast.
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