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Table: Luxury Up North


Turn-of-the-century grandeur in Canada is more affordable, thanks to a weak Canadian dollar. Some of the most majestic hotels, now owned by the Fairmont Hotels & Resorts chain, were built by the railroads.

BANFF SPRINGS

Banff, Alberta; 403 762-2211

Be prepared for crowds and gorgeous scenery at this 770-room, ch??teau-style hotel in the Canadian Rockies. $125 to $250*

CH??EAU LAKE LOUISE

Lake Louise, Alberta; 403 522-3511

Set on a glacier-fed lake, public rooms offer views of the Rockies framed by 12-ft.-tall Palladian windows. $180 to $410*

JASPER PARK LODGE

Jasper, Alberta; 780 852-3301

The stone-and-wood main lodge, surrounded by cabins and chalets, has the feel of a more rustic grand camp. $110 to $315*

LE CH??EAU FRONTENAC

Quebec City; 418 692-3861

Reminiscent of medieval French Loire castles, this hotel reigns above a lovely old city. $95 to $300*

* Seasonal rates in U.S. dollars for standard rooms; $1 (U.S.)= $1.59 (Canadian), based on Feb. 11 exchange rate


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