Royal Honeymoon at a Fairmont hotel? Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly planning Canada trip

The hotel however has issued a statement refuting the report

Screenshot from Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge's website.
Screenshot from Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge's website.

Royal rumours are doing the rounds as Prince Harry and Megan Markle's honeymoon destination has still not been revealed by Kensington Palace. The couple were originally going to vacation in Namibia.

TMZ is reporting that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are considering the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta as the destination for their royal honeymoon. 

 

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The newlyweds will stay at the resort's Outlook Cabin, which due to it's popularity with the royal family has been nicknamed "The Royal Retreat".  Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip stayed there in June 2005, while King George VI and The Queen Mother stayed there in 1939.

The hotel however has issued a statement refuting the report.

According to the hotel website, the 6,000 sq feet cabin has an enclosed conservatory and veranda, private parking, two fireplaces, large terrace with barbeque and a full kitchen with private catering entrance. 

It also has six bedrooms, four with one king, two with two double beds and six full en-suite bathrooms. 

 

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