Murray’s 175th Anniversary

Built in 1846, the Murray Premises, a National Historic Site, is the oldest collection of mercantile buildings related to the fishing industry in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Murray Premises, which survived the Great Fires, was named after Andrew H. Murray, a 19th century merchant of salt, coal, and general supplies. These buildings have been used as warehouses, offices, and machine shops and for more than one hundred years, the Murray Premises has been a major highlight of the St. John’s waterfront.

In honour of the Murray Premises’ 175th anniversary, we are excited to extend our popular Executive King guest rooms for the rate of $175 + taxes, Sunday-Thursday, until the end of April 2022! Come and help us celebrate our historic property in one of our luxury room categories.

Avail of our complimentary parking and dine at one of the many local restaurants in downtown St. John’s, relax in your two-person air massage tub and cozy up to your in-room stone fireplace.

Terms and Conditions
  • Reservations must take place Sunday-Thursday, until April 30th, 2022
  • Reservations must be made directly with the hotel (no online travel agents such as or Expedia).
  • Promotion cannot be combined with other promotions.