The Château Frontenac is a grand hotel in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, designed by American architect, Bruce Price, in 1893. The hotel was designed and built in the châteauesque style and modeled after French castles to feature ornamented towers, steeply pitched roofs, and elaborate spires. The building is at an elevation of 54 m (177 ft) and has more than 600 rooms on its 18 floors.
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Renaissance revival (Architecture); Hotels;
1 Rue des Carrières
Smolski, Chester; Price, Bruce; and Canadian Pacific Railway Company, "Château Frontenac" (1985). Browse All. 1100.
hotel, renaissance, French, château, historic, historic buildings, Quebec, Quebec City