That’s a hotel, not a castle.
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That honestly looks like a building designed to resemble a castle, but not a castle. Like it could be a hotel, old folk’s home, or a fancy apartment complex.
It also looks like it was built very recently.
It’s like calling a Tudor style home in the US a castle even though it was built in the 1900’s.
Looks like it was a castle at one point but converted into a hotel
This hotel is gorgeous, however it is not a castle. Nor is it really a chateau. “Chateau” is used specifically in Canada for the Canadian Grand Railway Hotels. While these hotels look like the classic chateau you would see in France, they are actually a revival style known as “Chateauesque” or “Neo-Chateau” style. This style was popularised in the late 19th century and is pretty much exclusive to that time period. While there are a few examples in Europe, this style of architecture is mostly concentrated in Canada and northeastern parts of the United States.