Ryan Mansion

Location: Atlantic Canada | Canada

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

Dating back to the early 1900s, Ryan Mansion is a long-established boutique hotel in the heart of downtown St. John’s. Oozing grandeur, its interior is designed to echo the opulence of the Titanic cruise liner (which sank 350 miles off St. John’s shores), with a staircase created by the same craftsmen, and an abundance of marble, glass and carved hardwood furnishings throughout.
Perfect forDiscerning travellers after a spot of sophistication in Newfoundland.
In the knowWhen it was first built, Ryan Mansion was equipped with the island’s first telephone switchboard system and a carriage house to harbour the city’s first motor vehicle. The hotel also has a regal past, having hosted the British royals on their visit to Newfoundland back in 2009.

Recommended for...

  • Cultural Immersion
  • Guesthouse or Inn
  • History & Heritage
  • Luxury Hotel

Hotel Overview

Where

In the affluent heritage district of Rennies Mill Road, downtown St. John’s.

Rooms at Ryan Mansion

Each of the mansion’s rooms reflect antique style grandeur, with plush queen beds, heated marble floors, therapeutic tubs for two, and a colourful collection of artworks by both local and international artists hanging on the walls. For some added splendour, the suites in the North Wing offer claw-foot or granite tubs, parlour rooms and adjoining bedrooms.

Food and facilities

Operating on a B&B basis, extravagant breakfasts are home cooked each morning and served in the elegant dining room, which on select evenings also hosts a dinner based on the last meal served on the Titanic; this consists of six courses served on replica place settings from the ship’s dining saloon. The hotel is also widely recognised for its fantastic spa, which offers luxurious natural spa treatments by Pañpuri.

Activities at Ryan Mansion

St. John’s restaurants, museums, galleries, and the Basilica of St. John the Baptist are all within walking distance of the hotel, while Bannerman Park is located just across the road. After a day of sightseeing, look forward to tea and cakes around the fireplace upon your return to the hotel.

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