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Canada's 10 Greatest Hotels

Reader's Digest.CA Logo By readersdigest.ca of Reader's Digest.CA | Slide 1 of 11: Canada's '<a href='http://www.fairmont.com/banff-springs/'><strong>Castle in the Rockies</strong></a>' opened its doors to the public 129 years ago, and since then the rambling hotel has hosted everyone from Marilyn Monroe to King Edward VIII. Built, in the words of former Canadian Pacific Railways chief William Van Horne, as 'a haven of peace in the midst of the wilderness,' many rooms take in the broad, breathtaking sweep of the Bow Valley, and amenities include a series of spa baths fed by Banff's legendary hot springs.

Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, Alberta

Canada's 'Castle in the Rockies' opened its doors to the public 129 years ago, and since then the rambling hotel has hosted everyone from Marilyn Monroe to King Edward VIII. Built, in the words of former Canadian Pacific Railways chief William Van Horne, as 'a haven of peace in the midst of the wilderness,' many rooms take in the broad, breathtaking sweep of the Bow Valley, and amenities include a series of spa baths fed by Banff's legendary hot springs.
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