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Kateri Tekakwitha

1656 - 1680

Born from an Algonquin mother and an Iroquois father, Kateri Tekakwitha becomes an orphan at the age of six. She survived the pox and spent the first part of her life with the Five Nations Mohawks in the United States. In 1677, she left her birthplace where she was persecuted because of her faith and joined her sister in Kahnawake, New France. Having been exposed to two different cultures and beliefs, she immerses herself in an intense spiritual life and converts to Christianity. Making vows of chastity, she refuses to marry. A follower of self-certification, she died at the age of 24 and a religious cult about her started.

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In this room you will find a night table with an original style. Anchored in the floor, she holds the outer wall. This fully custom made manufacturing is both practical and structural.

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This room is located beneath the roof of the inn, featuring exposed brick walls and hundred year-old wood beams. The charm of this French-Canadian style makes this room a cozy place to rest during your stay.

  • Queen size bed
  • Rain shower head with body jets
  • View over the city roofs or the Holy Trinity Cathedral
  • Situated on 3rd floor, no elevator

Included in every room

  • Nespresso Coffee Machine
  • High-speed wireless internet access
  • À la carte breakfast at Brasserie Française Chez Jules (complimentary only if room reservation was made directly through the property, otherwise $)
  • Ultra-silent individually-controlled air conditioner
  • Flat screen television set
  • Mini-refrigerator
  • In-room hairdryer
  • 100% cotton towels
  • Clock-radio with ipod dock
  • Umbrella, upon request
  • Vintage handcrafted furniture, work desk and reading chair
  • Soundproofed windows

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