Murray Premises Hotel is a designated National Historic Site on the harbor front at Saint John’s, the colorful capital city of Canada’s Newfoundland and Labrador Province. This downtown hotel, housed in a restored heritage building, has plenty of old-world charm. Each uniquely designed room has a slanting timber roof, exposed wooden beams and original masonry walls of exposed rock and brick. Rooms are equipped with custom-built maple furniture and high-quality duvets and linens. Partake of a grab-and-go continental breakfast before driving to Cape Spear, home to the province’s oldest surviving lighthouse. You may spot numerous seabirds, whales, dolphins and icebergs there. Go shopping at Saint John’s boutiques, pamper yourself at a day spa and unwind at a traditional Newfoundland pub. Then head back to the hotel’s The Gypsy Tea Room to savor dishes prepared using the freshest seafood and prime cuts of meat. EVOO in the Courtyard, the onsite Mediterranean restaurant, serves pastas, risottos, wood fired pizzas and other classic fare.
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