Unique Accommodations in Newfoundland

In the heart of downtown, wedged between Water Street and Harbour Drive, St. John’s you’ll find the historic Murray Premises Hotel. I heard once that no two rooms are identical, which means guests can have a completely unique experience with every stay, unlike many traditional hotels.

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The Best Hotels in Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and Atlantic Canada

A National Historic Site, the buildings known as the Murray Premises were built on St. John’s waterfront in 1846 to serve Newfoundland’s fishing industry as warehouses, machine shops, and mercantile offices.

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Spotlight on the St. John’s International CircusFest

Of course, having a comfortable place to rest and unwind is imperative for the 72 visiting artists from across Canada, Finland and beyond coming to participate in the event. Doelle says they are fortunate to have ... the Murray Premises Hotel... on board as wonderful accommodation partner(s).

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Where To Eat in St. John’s, Newfoundland: 12 Best Restaurants’ Dishes

Located in the courtyard of the historic Murray Premises Hotel, Evoo‘s arancini gave an explosion of flavours in one ball! The crispy risotto croquette had oxtail, peas, wild mushroom and mozzarella, pomodoro sauce, Grana Padano.

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3 Great Hotels on Canada's East Coast

With its white exterior and burgundy roof, it’s easy to spot this 69-room hotel located in downtown St. John’s. Built in 1846 as mercantile buildings for the fishing industry, this National Historic Site is a jewel on the city’s harbourfront and one of its oldest structures, having survived the Great Fire of 1892.

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Newfoundland Is a Foodie’s Haven

It’s not often that you can find common fare, upscale dining, traditional foods, and meals that reflect history and culture — all in one city or region. But it does exist. Join Sandra Phinney as she scouts the food scene in St. John’s, NL.

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History Meets Luxury: The Murray Premises Hotel

Planning a trip to St. John’s soon? Live in Newfoundland and Labrador and heading to the big city? Have an upcoming birthday or anniversary and looking to celebrate with style and class? The Murray Premises Hotel is a remodelled and transformed historic building but the charming and rustic atmosphere from the 1840s remains.

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The Best Boutique Hotels In Canada

What makes a boutique hotel, well, boutique?

For starters, they're generally on the smaller side, with typically about 10 to 100 rooms. As well as having luxury accommodations, boutique hotels are usually furnished with a stylish theme, insuring that guests have a more personalized, unique stay, than say, bigger hotels with impersonal rooms.

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A Unique Blend of History and Tradition

While the Murray Premises Hotel in St. John’s, Newfoundland is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year, the hotel’s site is celebrating its 170th. Built in 1846 the Murray Premises is the oldest collection of mercantile buildingsrelated to the fishing industry in Newfoundlandand Labrador. Named after Andrew H. Murray, the Murray Premises survived the Great Fires.

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Five Historic Stays in and Around St. John's

Historic charms and luxury amenities meld beautifully at this waterfront hotel, located in a National Historic Site, in the heart of St. John’s. The Murray Premises wins praise for 69 cozy rooms that preserve the original character of the circa-1846 mercantile buildings.

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