The prestigious hotel will be holding events throughout the year, and most of them will be free, says hotel’s executive director, Robert Mercure.
If these walls could talk.
Quebec City’s Château Frontenac, one of Canada’s most recognizable architectural gems, which turns 125 years next year, has seen nobility and rock stars roam its expansive hallways.
World leaders strategized in secret in its conference rooms.
The prestigious copper-spired hotel that towers above the St. Lawrence River will be holding events throughout the year to mark its 125th anniversary, and most of them will be free so that everyone can partake in them, said the hotel’s executive director, Robert Mercure.
“We’re all owners of the Château. We want it to be accessible and for all Quebecers to feel welcome here,” Mercure said.