Accommodation Spotlight – Algonquin Resort


The Algonquin Resort is a coastal resort hotel in the Tudor Revival style, in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada. An architectural icon of New Brunswick, the hotel is the most famous symbol of St. Andrews and one of the most photographed buildings in the province. The original Algonquin hotel was a massive wooden Shingle Style building built in 1889 by the St. Andrews Land Company, established in 1883 by an American businessmen. Designed by a Boston architecture firm, it contained 80 guest rooms and opened in June of that year. By the late 19th century, the residents of St. Andrews and businessmen from Montreal and New England helped to develop the summer tourism that the hotel was creating among residents of humid inland cities of North America. The hotel’s guests have included heads of state and royalty, including Presidents of the United States Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Lyndon B. Johnson, HRH Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales, as well as Sir John A. Macdonald and virtually every Prime Minister of Canada since its Confederation.The hotel was sold in 2012 to New Castle Hotels and Resorts and Southwest Properties and in 2012 underwent renovation and restoration. In 2013 the resort was reopened as a property of Marriott’s Autograph Collection. Our new Atlantic Canada tour (AP1) ends in St Andrew’s with a sumptuous stay at this iconic property.

Atlantic Canada
AP1 | 14 Days | Details
Departure date: 22 Aug 2016Led by Serra Hughes

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