|Title:||The Queen's Hotel Traveller's Guide|
|Tags:||Canada, Canadiana, non-fiction, Ontario, Toronto, travel|
A guide to Toronto for guests who stayed at the hotel. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Queen's Hotel
The Queen's Hotel was a large hotel in downtown Toronto that opened in 1856. At its height it provided 210 rooms, a restaurant, and extensive gardens. It was the first hotel in Canada to have elevators installed. It was demolished in 1927 when Canadian Pacific Railways purchased it so they could build the Royal York Hotel which still operates to this day. (Mike Filey, "Toronto Sketches 7: The Way We Were")
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