Stayed here twice for business, a different type of suite each time. The first was similar to an apartment and very large. It felt a bit industrial at first but it grew on me. The second time the suite was a bit smaller, and I felt more comfortable in it. It had a double faced fireplace between the living area and the bedroom and the ambiance was very cool and cozy. The bed was comfortable and the bedding very nice as well. The barista they have in the lobby area each morning is the best, the poured over coffee is a must. I didn't try any of the pastries but they looked fabulous! There is also a Tim Hortons right down the street for the Horton fans! Wishing I could have stayed here longer!
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- The Hotel @ The Lafayette is a historical landmark built by America’s first professional female architect, Louise Blanchard Bethune in 1904, and has been painstakingly restored to its original beauty in 2012. It boasts thirty-four boutique guest rooms, three mouthwatering restaurants, and five breathtaking ballrooms. ... more less
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