Fairmont Le Château Montebello
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The world's largest log hotel has been the centerpiece of a majestic 17th century seignoiry in the Outaouais region since 1930. This legendary red cedar castle sits in the heart of the countryside, surrounded by nature in all of its wild splendor. On the western slopes of the Laurentians, one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world, and on the banks of the rambling Ottawa River, Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello evokes a rustic charm, which enchants visitors. Midway between Montreal and Ottawa, this magnificent world-class resort has played host to the world's celebrities, including the heads of state attending the G7 summit of 1981. It was a shining moment for Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello right form the start as guests were welcomed with the incredible sight of an immense hexagonal fireplace, which dominates the three-floor central atrium. The Chateau's superbly-appointed 211 rooms and suites are equipped with all the most modern amenities. An excuisite menu available at two excellent restaurants, modern meeting facilities and a host of activities such as golf, tennis, water sports, the spa, curling, dogsledding, ice skating, and more are all designed to please.