This is one of the grand old railroad hotels. The staff was very well trained. I suggest spending some time in the Rundle Lounge at a table near the window to take in the wonderful scenery while taking time over your meal and drink. My room was a bit small -- as I was on the 8th floor, the outside wall started to slant in about halfway up the wall (gabled roof) -- I had to lean in when walking around the king bed and tended to hit my foot on the footboard as a result. As well, one can hear people speaking in the hallway as they pass by. But those are minor complaints for staying in a hotel that has played such a significant role in Canadian history. And there is a historical reason for the rooms being small -- take the 3 PM hotel history tour. All in all, you have to stay here at least once.
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