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Le Mount Stephen – A Luxurious Base in Montreal

 Le Mount Stephen – A Luxurious Base in Montreal By Gregory George Part of Montreal, Quebec’s, revitalized Golden Square Mile neighbourhood, Le Mount Stephen has long had an association with luxury. Built in the 1880s as the home of the first president of the Canadian Pacific Railway, it was turned into a private men-only club in 1926 and remained as such until 2011. After an extensive $20-million renovation, Le Mount Stephen re-opened in May 2017, and offers today’s guests a superb luxury base from which to explore this beautiful part of the city. And as just one of three hotels...

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Le Chateau Frontenac Celebrates Its 125th Anniversary

 
The stunning Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac — also known as the ‘Castle on the Hill’ — celebrates 125 years as Canada‘s most iconic luxury hotel. To learn more about the Chateau Frontenac anniversary celebrations, as well as the hotel’s rich history, be sure to read Contributor Maureen Littlejohn‘s story, Chateau Frontenac – The ‘Castle on the Hill’ Turns 125.

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Canada’s Top Luxury Island Golf Course



Canada’s Top Luxury Island Golf Course — Located on beautiful Lake of Bays in Muskoka, an area north of Toronto that’s often referred to as “cottage country”, Bigwin Island Golf Club is so much more than just a great place to golf. In fact, Canada‘s top luxury island golf club has become one of North America‘s most sought after summer cottage destinations. Check out the full story of how this island paradise became one of the world’s top golf getaways on LuxuryMuskoka.

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Meet the Founder of the Luxurious 21C Museum Hotel Nashville

By Mary Noe When contemporary art collectors Laura Lee Brown and Steve Wilson opened their first 21c Museum Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky, they had no intention of changing the landscape of luxury lodging. They wanted to take an active role in the preservation and revitalization of downtown Louisville, and created a space that would blend culture and hospitality in a unique way. Believing that “Old looks better in the presence of new,” they combined a luxury boutique hotel with a contemporary art museum and chef-driven restaurant to create a new kind of travel experience. More than a decade...