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Queen's Landing expertly blends the best of Old World and New World

On the property of the Old Niagara Harbour and Dock Company incorporated in 1831, Queen's Landing was built in 1990. Its architecture reflects the Georgian Era, a style born during the reigns of the British monarchs George I to George IV, a time in which Upper Canada began to flourish with the Loyalists' retreat from the New American colonies.

The exterior of the building fashions Venetian windows, heavy pediments with mouldings and large columns, while its interior is adorned with marble flooring, a sweeping staircase, murals and brilliant stained glass ceilings. When Vintage Hotels purchased the hotel and the Dockmaster's House in 1996, both were entirely refurbished. The Dockmaster, which serves as one of Niagara-on-the-Lake's historic landmarks, has been fully restored under the expert direction of the local Conservancy Committee and offers guest suite accommodations.

Today Queen's Landing boasts 140 guestrooms, updated in contemporary boutique chic style, plus spacious meeting facilities for conferences and events. Tiara Restaurant, along with Bacchus Lounge and outdoor patio, provide exquisite Niagara cuisine with a panoramic view of the Niagara River.

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