Hotels in the United States, Canada , Bermuda, Barbados and Mexico. Hotel reservations online. [Description from dmoz]
Founded in 1907 by sisters Tessie and Virginia Fair, the original Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco is renowned for its luxury. Today, Fairmont Raffles Hotels International is a leading operator of upscale hotels, with more than 90 properties worldwide under the Fairmont, Raffles, and Swissôtel brands. The company also holds real estate interests, including vacation ownership resorts (Fairmont Heritage Place) and condominiums (Fairmont Residences). Fairmont Hotel Hotels & Resorts was formed in 1999 through a merger with Canadian Pacific Hotels & Resorts. In 2006 Colony Capital (owner of 30 Raffles hotels) and Kingdom Hotels International acquired Fairmont Hotels, and the company became Fairmont Raffles. [Description from Hoover's]
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