Canadian National Hotels

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Canadian National Hotels was a hotel chain under control by Canadian National Railways. In addition to their own hotels, it acquired some from predecessor railway companies like the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Grand Trunk Railway and Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway. Some of their assets were later acquired by rival Canadian Pacific Hotels after 1988.

Surviving hotels[edit]

Fairmont Hotels and Resorts[edit]

Château Laurier, Ottawa, ON
Hotel Vancouver, Vancouver BC
Newfoundland Hotel, St. John's, NL

Delta Hotels[edit]

Others[edit]

  • Pictou Lodge Pictou, NS - originally built as Wentworth Lodge by The Bungalow Camps Company and auction to CNR in 1926; sold 1957 and now operates as independent Pictou Lodge Resorts

Demolished hotels[edit]

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