Quebec City, Quebec – Dog lovers can have some extra special company when they stay at the Fairmont Chateau Frontenac Hotel. This is one of several Fairmont hotels (including Fairmont’s two Vancouver properties) that now have Canine Ambassadors. Santo is a St Pierre (similar to a Labernese). He’s kind and gentle and loves attention. He was bred and trained to by a guide dog by the Mira Foundation. It trains about 200 guide dogs each year. His new career has him greeting guests at the front door or in the lobby of the Chateau Frontenac. Guests can arrange to have him join them for a walk or a run. His is bed is in the lobby beside the Concierge.
The stately 618-room Fairmont Châateau Frontenac Hotel, a Canadian landmark, sits perched on a bluff overlooking the St. Lawrence River, in the heart of historic Quebec City.
More Chateau Frontenac cool:
In 1928, after landing in a field nearby, Charles Lindbergh checked in to the historic Fairmont Chateau Frontenac Hotel – still carrying his parachute.
During WWII Winston Churchill, FDR & Mackenzie King met at the hotel to plan the D-Day invasion.
Fairmont Chateau Frontenac Hotel, Quebec City, Quebec