ST. ANDREWS, N.B. — The Algonquin Resort in New Brunswick is back in business after nearly two years of renovations and delays.
The iconic resort reopened to the public with a grand tour on Wednesday. Thirty million was invested in renovations to restore the 120-year-old property. “Once you get inside and take a peak, you’ll agree that it’s been well worth the wait,” Tim Ostrem, GM of Algonquin Resort told CTV News.
Past guests of the hotel include Princess Diana, Sir John A. Macdonald and former U.S. president Theodore Roosevelt.
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