Often said to be the most photographed hotel in the world, the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac rises majestically above the Saint Lawrence River and the ancient city of Quebec, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A little-known fact about the hotel is that its roof houses four hives and about 70,000 bees whose honey is harvested twice a year and used in cocktails and various dishes. Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel — Ibiza, SpainThis modern 5-star hotel has several restaurants and cocktail lounges that are worth visiting (and watching on Instagram). Whether you're looking for nightclubs, lounges, shows or live music, this hotel has it all.
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The hotel management tried to establish the source or recipient of the postcard, but failed to do so. The Château Haldimand Hotel initially occupied the site before it was demolished to pave the way for the current complex. The Château Frontenac in Quebec City has been described on websites and in travel brochures as the most photographed hotel in the world. Since travel has changed a lot in the last decade, that luxurious beachside hotel or resort just needs to be seen to believe it, and that means uploading it to social media.
While the interior of the hotel is luxurious and the pools are huge, The Stage will always remain, “the heart of Ushuaia, says its website. A call has been made to local residents to check their closets and look for any memories they may have of the imposing hotel. The Fairmont Le Château Frontenac in Quebec City, Canada, claims to be the most photographed hotel in the world, but it's impossible to quantify the demand at this time for ubiquitous cameras, smartphones and social media. The hotel complex supports the sustainable bee program by hosting four honey bees in the roof garden.
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