About the hotel
Deluxe Class Historical Hotel. The hotel is located in downtown Ottawa facing National Arts Center and connected to Government Conference Center. It is within comfortable walking distance to galleries and museums of national stature such as the National Gallery of Canada
Fairmont Deluxe rooms are in keeping with the Fairmont rooms, with the added feature of an upgraded view of the Parliament Hill and Rideau Canal, these beautifully appointed rooms showcase the luxurious accommodations of the hotel and the size is around 450 sq. ft. Fairmont Rooms: While staying in our Fairmont rooms, guests will enjoy views of our beautiful downtown location, the historical Major?s Hill Park or the spectacular Ottawa River. These rooms are beautifully appointed and are in keeping with Fairmont Hotels and Resorts reputation for luxurious accommodation and warm hospitality. Deluxe Rooms: Deluxe rooms are the essence of a Fairmont Hotels and Resorts experience. Beautifully appointed, some Deluxe rooms are also available with a view of Canada?s Parliament Buildings upon request.
The hotel has a restaurant, outdoor terrace and piano lounge to enjoy.The hotel offers spectacular views of Parliament Hill and the Rideau Canal complete the delectable offerings at the hotels trio of restaurants offering both elegant, casual and al fresco dining (seasonal) choices.
The hotel is an important heritage building. It is an elegant, castle-like hotel set in the historic Major's Hill Park which is bounded by the Rideau Canal and the Ottawa River.The exterior is a magnificent limestone edifice with turrets and masonry reminiscent of a French chateau.
The hotel lobby is medium in size and features brass stair rails, marble floors, high ceilings, paintings and antiques resting elegantly in the lobby and wool carpets round out the hotel's regal beauty.
The hotel with its castlelike appearance is a spectacular attraction for all visitors to Ottawa and offers swimming in a beautiful indoor pool, the largest in the city. (04/08:JB)
No arrivals or No departures on July 01, 2013 (Canada Day). It is the Hotel policy that guests be required to provide a valid credit card to the front desk upon arrival before signing privileges on incidentals will be extended. At the time of check-in, the front desk will also pre-authorize the credit card for $100 per night, based on the length of the guest?s reservation. (i.e. for a 4 night reservation, the front office will pre-authorize $400 to the guest credit card).