Auberge Place d’Armes

Auberge Place dArmes is a historic hotel in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The hotel was founded in 1845 by James McGill, a Scottishborn Canadian businessman, and became one of the most prominent hotels in the city. The hotel has been host to many notable guests, including Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Phillip, Prince Charles, Prince William, and Kate Middleton. The hotel has also been the site of many important events, such as the Confederation Conference in 1864, which drafted the Canadian Constitution.

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