Quebec City's historic Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac has reopened after a $60.8 million renovation. According to general manager Robert Mercure, the hotel is proving "that you can be a heritage property but can also be trendy, interesting and dynamic."
Catering to clients used to mean pampering them -- but for a growing number of hotels, it means pampering their pets. More than 60% of North American hotels allow dogs and some do so much more, offering canine spa sessions, homemade treats and other amenities. "Dogs are more like family members now and people have a tighter bond with them than they used to," says Dr. Daniela McLean, a Calgary Veterinarian at Canine Companion Clinic. "Plus, travel has become easier with more pet-friendly hotels."
Take a look inside some of the weirdest hotel rooms in the world, as detailed in this feature. From China's largest capsule hotel in Qingdao to fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld's chocolate suite in Paris, you're in for something different when you browse these photos.