The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald has been an iconic figure against the Edmonton skyline since its opening on July 5, 1915. Setting the bar for hotelier excellence in Alberta, the Fairmont Hotel Macdonald has long been known for its elegance and draw as a luxury destination. The construction of the hotel, high on the bank overlooking the North Saskatchewan River Valley, took four years. The hotel was named after Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first Prime Minister. Built in a Chateau style, the seven-story edifice includes materials such as Indiana limestone and copper.
Giclee Print Available. Original Dimension: 14 x 11 inch