What are the rooms like at Fairmont Hotel Macdonald?

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Robin Schroffel

The rooms at Fairmont Hotel Macdonald embody the sense of luxury long established in Canada’s historic railway hotels. Furnished traditionally with dark woods, plush seating, and neutral colors, each guest room includes a pair of terrycloth robes for guests to use during their stay. Some room categories offer larger floor plans with seating areas and extensive natural lighting. Others are historically themed and include evening turndown service and complimentary breakfast. All have windows that open to welcome in the gentle prairie breeze, and offer views of the downtown skyline or the North Saskatchewan River Valley.

For a truly exceptional experience, opt for one of Fairmont Hotel Macdonald’s 18 suites. With varying amenities that range from private stairwells, sunken bedrooms, and double-sized jetted bathtubs to iron and brass beds and cathedral ceilings, you’ll be spending the night in sumptuous comfort. The Queen Elizabeth II Suite is the most regally appointed: sprawling over two floors, it includes a dining room with seating for eight, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and a large foyer.

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