National Geographic : 1920 Jun
KLIfaeauJ onjenac Qu bec ) Canada a' r ON the cliffs of old French Quebec, on the site where the Comte de Frontenac built his Chateau St. Louis, is one of the most individual and beautiful hotels of the world-the CHATEAU FRONTENAC. Like a king's castle, impressive, dominating, it stands dispensing a royal hospitality, a friendly ease and welcome. Below flows the St. Lawrence. The Laurentian Mountains stretch to the horizon. An old-world atmosphere surrounds it, as in Normandy, with a glamour of history and romance. Old battle fields, shrines, and places of natural beauty are near by-St. Anne de Beaupre, the Lourdes of America, Montmorency Falls, the Plains of Abraham-while, beneath its windows, along Dufferin Terrace, Quebec's promenade, passes its international life. To the tourist, CHATEAU FRONTENAC is the magnet star of the north. In Spring the fine motor roads leading to Quebec through the White Mountains and by the way of r Albany are a glory of new greens and blossoms. There are always companionable, cosmopolitan people at the Frontenac -m usic, dancing, life, and color. Its cuisine is of Paris, London, and New York. It has the perfect, luxurious appointments, the comforts, and individual service of a Canadian Pacific Hotel. Visit Canada now. Plan to stop at the CHATEAU FRONTENAC. You will stay a week-two-three. Spring and early Summer are mild and enchanting the ideal seasons for golf and motoring. " For full particulars and reservations, address CANADIAN PACIFIC HOTELS 1231 Broadway, New York 140 S. Clark Street, Chicago or Montreal, Canada "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"