Hotel Beauséjour

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Delta Beauséjour Hotel
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General information
Type Hotel
Location Main st. Moncton
Coordinates 46°05′19″N 64°46′35″W / 46.0886°N 64.7765°W / 46.0886; -64.7765Coordinates: 46°05′19″N 64°46′35″W / 46.0886°N 64.7765°W / 46.0886; -64.7765
Completed 1972
Owner Legacy Hotels
Height
Roof 35.0 m (114.8 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 10

The 310-room Hotel Beauséjour was opened in 1972 by the Canadian National Railway in the railway hub of Moncton, New Brunswick.

The first class hotel was operated by Canadian National Hotels until that chain was purchased by Canadian Pacific Hotels in 1988. CP Hotels placed the Beauséjour under its Delta Hotels subsidiary in 1999 when CP Hotels took over the Fairmont Hotels and Resorts chain, assuming the latter's name.

The hotel operates under the Delta banner as the Delta Beauséjour Hotel and has the most rooms of any hotel in the province. The hotel building was purchased by Legacy Hotels in 2006 and underwent a major 6 million dollar renovation which finished in 2008.

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