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It’s hard to sum up a country in a paragraph, and even harder when that country is Canada. It’s just really, really, really, really big. Honestly, it’s just so big (it has six time zones) and so varied within that bigness. And there are just so many different reasons to want to come to Canada that it makes it especially difficult for us to recommend just a few of the best places to stay in Canada up front. Do you want to ski in a vast wilderness of rocky peaks, or explore genuinely uncharted wilderness? or catch up with the live music scene? or eat really well? Your tastes could be just as varied as Canada is, but we will have your perfect Canadian match somewhere here on our list of the best places to say in Canada, you just have to work out which regions draw you in first…

Ontario has some of Canada's biggest areas of wilderness yet is also the country's most cosmopolitan state. How can this be? Because it's huge. Larger than France and Spain combined, it has acres of forests, miles of empty hiking trails, dozens of towering waterfalls and over 250,000 lakes. Yet over a third of Canadians also live here, most in either state capital, Toronto, or in Ottawa, the country's capital; both vibrant cities packed with a great range of accommodation.

Quebec is Canada’s largest province and, because of its heritage it offers a really unique mix of North American and European culture, plus both vast wildernesses and vibrant cities and a passion for outdoor adventure and gourmet cuisine. In Quebec we favour some beautifully aged, very French properties in exceptionally beautiful townhouses.

Alberta has got both Banff and Jasper National Park, and the surrounding ridges of the Canadian Rockies, serene Lake Louise and the glittering Columbia Icefield, great swathes of open grasslands to the north, home to bison, and in the south there are wonderfully ancient rocky deserts of Red Deer Valley and the badlands, a prime spot for dinosaur hunters. It’s also got some truly stunning ski resorts. While British Columbia has the skiing and the fishing. And the trekking in summer. And Nova Scotia is wind whipped and buffeted dramatically by the Atlantic, a province of bright green fields and beautiful cliffs, offering plenty of peace and isolation if you want it, and a warm welcome if you’d prefer that. Here we recommend you stay in a lighthouse — and we know of a couple to choose from.

New Brunswick is one of Canada's unspoiled wildernesses; a playground of rivers, coastal islands, pine forests, mountains, beaches and pretty-as-a-picture villages. And Saskatchewan is the place to come for tranquillity, relaxation and a slower pace of life, all set against a gentle, uncrowded terrain. It’s a place for simple pursuits of walking and horseback-riding, world-class freshwater fishing and wildlife-watching.

The Yukon is the westernmost of Canada’s territories and remains one of the world’s great wildernesses. And Newfoundland is a landscape unto itself, its rocky bays may be filled with icebergs, puffins may swoop in the sunshine, or whales may breach and bask. We like the lighthouse conversions here too, and a modern architectural wonder balanced right on the cliffs.

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Where to stay - which city/region?

  • Global Toronto buzzes with different languages on its efficient public transport system and in its world class restaurants. Toronto’s grid layout makes it an easy place to get around, and there’s plenty to do of a chilly evening, from great music venues to late night gallery openings, and cosy cafes and bars. In the warmer months this city makes the most of its lakeside location.
  • Quite unlike Toronto, Montréal is a real marriage of the Old World and the New World, a city with great charm to her age and architecture and a more careful pace of life. There’s a great foodie culture here, and a vibrant arts scene. And Old Montréal’s cobbled streets are populated with boutiques, galleries, restaurants and plenty of vintage bohemia.
  • Vancouver has incredible panoramic views. Turn one way and you have the snowcapped peaks reflecting in the mirrored glass of a skyscraper, turn the other way and you’ve the crystal waters of the bay with its beautiful beaches, a third way and you’ll see the city’s green spaces, that make this small city a real pleasure to walk though. Vancouver is a lot more than just a pretty face, though. The magnificent terrain surrounding the city is ripe for skiing, biking, walking, sailing, kayaking etc.. And all over the food is sensational - definitely try the Asian dining scene.
  • Sitting on the St Lawrence River, Québec City is the oldest settlement in North America and the province’s capital city. It retains its historic core (a UNESCO World Heritage site) around Place Royale, quaint narrow streets and old harbour.
  • Banff National Park is one of the world’s oldest national parks, and And Banff Town exists solely as a gateway and comfort stop for exploring the park. Its got some great restaurants, boutique shops and even a nightclub, but for most people, it’s all about the spectacular mountain scenery and the opportunity to get seriously active in amongst it. The mountains and hills range high and low, crafting a dramatic course for skiers and mountain bikers, while the serene, unsullied mountain lakes are ripe for canoeing and kayaking.
  • Jasper National Park also boasts a stunning setting and is home to wolves, mountain lions, bears, caribou and beavers. There are hot springs, incredible canyons and more of those rocky peaks.
  • Just below the Rockies is Waterton Lakes National Park, a peaceful place of surprisingly flat prairies, a sparkling lake and even a surprise castle! This is a much quieter national park than Banff or Jasper, and a great place to see elk, deer, cougar and grizzly bears, as well as an amazing array of wildflowers.
  • Lake Louise is another great base for enjoying the mountains, known for its teahouses, hiking and skiing. And of course, for its perfect setting, surrounded by the snow-and-glacier topped peaks of the Canadian Rockies.
  • But Whistler is the largest ski area in North America, nestled into the fold of the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains.
  • Other good bases for outdoors adventurers include Wellington on Lake Ontario,
  • Kemble on Lake Huron
  • and Port Carling on Lake Joseph.
  • To the north of Québec City, Forêt Montmorency offers plenty of hiking opportunities and the chance to spot moose, wolves, bears, beavers, otters and birds.
  • Parc de la Chute Montmorency has hiking trails, a via ferrata and thunderous waterfalls.
  • The Parc National de la Jacques-Cartier is a mountainous plateau of forests and glacial valleys, attractive to cross-country skiers and canoeists as well as hikers and cyclists.
  • Or try Parc National de la Gaspésie where moose and caribou can be spotted amongst the Appalachian peaks.
  • The Gros Morne National Park, an extraordinarily beautiful, Heritage Listed region of flat-topped mountains and spectacular tablelands, of fjord like waterways scattered with colourful fishing villages and of incredible geological significance.
  • North Hatley is the jewel in what is known as the Eastern Townships region - a lakeside beauty that's been a haven for holiday makers since the 1880s.
  • The Magdalen Islands are a little archipelago in the Gulf of St Lawrence, well worth a visit for some off the beaten track beach and wildlife, plus awesome views.
  • Halifax isn't especially high on anyone's sightseeing priority list but it should be: offering numerous outdoor activities like whale-watching and boat tours to uninhabited islands, it is the ideal destination for an adventurous family holiday.

The Best Places to Stay in Canada

Some of Canada’s Best City Break Hotels

  • If you want all Toronto’s mod. cons. outside and all the mod. cons. inside, plus rain showers, an in-room music service and a hi-tech gym, then Le Germain Maple Leaf Square is for you. There are 167 rooms plus a tapas and cocktail lounge.
  • Le Germain Toronto is a chic, modern, 122-room hotel in the heart of town. The exterior is all glass and stainless steel, but there’s a wonderful library and espresso bar in the reception area, so all is not quite as sleek and modern as it seems. It also boasts a very popular French restaurant.
  • Montréal’s Hotel Le Crystal is a gleaming tower of a five-star hotel on the fashionable rue de la Montagne. There are 131 rooms - many with large windows which open out onto breathtaking city views - plus a spa and pool.
  • Le Petit Hotel is a trendy boutique hotel in Old Montréal. The decor is a marriage of past and present with exposed brick walls and contemporary art, then there’s the European style cafe. Hip as well as luxurious.
  • L'Hermitage Hotel is a luxurious boutique hotel in a great location just ten minutes from the art gallery in downtown Vancouver. There are 60 upscale rooms and suites, a trendy restaurant serving gourmet cuisine and a beautifully landscaped courtyard with a heated salt-water pool.

Some of the Most Romantic Hotels in Canada

  • Both romantic and historic, the Hotel le St James is a 60 room hotel on the famed St-Jacques Street, in the heart of Old Montreal. The perfect marriage of vintage chic and modern style. Think antique fourposters and chandeliers, while the trendy restaurant serves cutting edge cuisine.
  • Vancouver’s Wedgewood Hotel & Spa is a wonderfully sophisticated place to be spoiled! Luxurious, with a European feel, guests can expect a smattering of nice antiques, a piano bar and a gourmet French restaurant.
  • On the shores of Lake Ontario, the contemporary, chalet-style Drake Devonshire in Wellington, offers 13 chic, light-filled rooms, some with balconies, and all with glorious views. Dine outside or in, borrow a bicycle to explore or just relax on the outside decking.
  • Perfect for a relaxing retreat, Sterling Inn & Spa's proximity to Niagara Falls and nature gives this contemporary spa cum Inn the edge for romantic explorers or mini-breakers. Modern rooms with sizeable baths and luxury products. Chef Cory Linkson whips up seasonally inspired dishes paired with the famous regional wines.
  • Old Mill Toronto is a boutique getaway nestled in the Humber Valley surrounded by walking trails, parkland and the tranquil sound of the Humber River. Classic rooms and suites surround a garden and courtyard. Popular Home Smith Bar hosts live jazz music and the 300-guest restaurant menu is loved across town.
  • Québec City’s luxurious Le Clos St Louis oozes romantic charm from its chandeliers and beamed dining-room to its antique furnishings, toile-du-jouy fabrics and four-poster beds. Full of French chic, including its menus.

The Best Places to Stay in Canada for Adventurers!

  • With plenty of activities, Arowhon Pines is a rustic chic resort in the centre of Algonquin Park on the shores of Little Joe Lake. Cabins feature a range of hand-painted french style furnishings, fireplaces and private lakeside patios. All inclusive meals are served in a hand-hewn log dining room. A totally off-grid wilderness escape!
  • On the shores of Lac Massawippi, Manoir Hovey is a lovely retreat whether you want to take advantage of the kayaking, fishing and walking or relax on the terrace or by the pool with a good book. Rooms are modern country-house and there’s a gourmet restaurant.
  • Great for outdoor pursuits, Domaine du Vieux Couvent offers eleven quiet and comfortable rooms overlooking the blue-green waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The beautifully restored convent boasts a sun terrace and bike rentals. The on site restaurant, La Moulière is a gourmet affair headed by chef Denis J. Landry. Très bon!
  • The wildlife in British Columbia is amazing and certain Lodges are particularly set up to arrange for guided tours, or for private treks along well-mapped trails. At the Tweedsmuir Park Lodge, they are professionals at providing unforgettable wildlife experiences, and this may include sightings of bears!
  • The Trout Point Lodge of Nova Scotia is an upscale log lodge, nestled between the Tucket and Napier rivers. There are 12 rustic chic rooms with handcrafted furniture and open fires. There’s also an elegant dining room serving fixed four course banquets. Obviously the fishing is good, but this is also a wonderful spot for hikers.

Some of Canada’s Most Spectacular Hotel Views

  • Newfoundland’s Fogo Island Inn is a striking architectural masterpiece with incredible, floor-to-ceiling views over the Atlantic. There are 29 stylish rooms perched here on the edge of the world, and a wonderful restaurant serving inspired dishes made from locally sourced produce. An amazingly romantic place to escape to.
  • The Quirpon Lighthouse Inn, also in Newfoundland, is a converted lighthouse keeper's home with ten rooms and some of the most incredible views you could possibly imagine. The rooms are rustic and traditional and there’s a comfortable indoor whale-watching station. And obviously above you is the working lighthouse. A once in a lifetime place to stay.

The Best Places to Stay in Canada for Skiers

  • Hotel Quintessence is an upscale spa resort on the banks of Lac Tremblant. The plush rooms are understated rustic chic with fireplaces, wooden beams, heated marble bathrooms and luxurious tubs. Enjoy the spa, infinity pool and expansive landscaped gardens. A peaceful haven in the Laurentian Mountains.
  • Nita Lake Lodge is a luxurious boutique hotel right on the shores of Whistler’s Lake Nita. The 77 rooms are understated and elegant and many of them have spectacular views. There’s a restaurant specialising in locally sourced produce plus an outdoor heated pool.

The Best Places to Stay in Canada for Families

  • Le Saint Sulpice is a luxury hotel opposite the Notre-Dame Basilica of Montréal. The spacious and elegant suites, which are a variety of sizes, come with a range of exceptional bonuses such as Nespresso machines, kitchens and sit out terraces, so they’re comfortable for families.

Some of the Best Value Places to Stay in Canada

  • The Hotel Gault is a beautiful boutique hotel with 30 suites - from lofts to terrace suites, to large apartments - in the heart of historic Montréal. The accommodation is contemporary and many of the suites have expansive city views. There’s also a great bar and restaurant open around the clock.
  • Also in Montréal Le Relais Lyonnais is a four star hotel in a 130 year old building in the Latin Quarter. The charming property has been brought up to date and there are still some lovely period features. Plus a great French restaurant. There are just seven rooms.
  • Vancouver’s Sylvia Hotel has great views overlooking English Bay with a collection of 120 modern rooms, suites and self catering apartments. You are right on the water, so this is a great spot for swimming or skating or biking along the sea wall. Plus you’re close to Chinatown.

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  • Trickle Creek British Columbia 80 rooms from £59

    A large chalet-style ski lodge right at the foot of the Kimberley Alpine Resort. Charming homely suites come with full kitchenette and living area, some feature balconies with fantastic views of the slopes. This is the perfect active getaway with ski school, pool, and miles of mountain to explore.

    Fishing  -  The dozens of mountain lakes and rivers that surround Kimberley provide phenomenal, rainbow, and bull trout fishing
    Kayaking  -  There are several local services providing kayaking and rafting on the rivers, ask at front desk for details.
    Great walks  -  Beautiful walks available in the surrounding mountains, in winter take a pair of snow shoes.
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor seasonal pool.
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  • Crystal Lodge Hotel Whistler (British Columbia) 158 rooms from £66

    A 'has it all' hotel in the ultimate adventure playground. Whether it's a traditional room or a loft suite required you'll find the rooms spacious and tastefully designed. Fill your days in the outdoors be it skiing or bungee jumping before unwinding over a glass or two in the hotel's wine bar.

    Skiing  -  When the snow falls the hills come alive with skiing, ice skating, tubing, dog sledging and snow shoeing.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    House party feel  -  Be prepared to meet people.
    Full of character
    Check Availability

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  • White Oaks Resort & Spa Niagara-on-the-Lake (Ontario) 200 rooms from £60

    Wineries, a rolling golf course surround this luxury spa and business hotel. Crisp linens, fireplaces and modern amenities in all rooms. Award-winning Chef Michael Price heads the fine dining at LIV, or a more casual affair at Play Urban Café. A modern affair close to natural beauty.

    Sights nearby  -  See one of the seven natural wonders of the world - Niagara Falls. Avaliable to see from the skies with a helicopter trip.
    Great walks  -  Use the river as a guide and explore the area by foot.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Recommended by  -  CN Traveller
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  • Inn on the Twenty Jordan (Ontario) 27 rooms from £68

    Charming village in Twenty Valley makes this boutique the perfect country getaway. Fireplaces complete the homely rooms, along with bookshelves and arm chairs. “On the Twenty” adopts the farm to fork approach and whips up local cuisine matched with a cellar full of regional wines.

    Great walks  -  Take a picnic along the Bruce Trail and the Niagara Escarpment and find a spot to dine while looking over the waterfalls.
    Sights nearby  -  Do not miss the majestic Niagara Falls.
    Full of character
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Check Availability

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  • Auberge des 21 Saguenay (La Baie) 31 rooms from £63

    Located on the stunning Saguenay Fjord in La Baie, featuring a Nordic spa and wellness centre, an in-house restaurant and extensive wine cellar. Many activities can be enjoyed on site or in the area including skiing, cycling, and hiking. Ideal for relaxing country breaks or for outdoor enthusiasts.

    Secluded setting  -  Set in the remote small town of La Baie, and situated on the edge of the Fjord bay
    Great walks  -  Walking tours can be arranged through hotel
    Views  -  Beautiful views of the Fjord
    Outstanding location
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  • Hotel Gault Montréal (Quebec) 30 rooms from £80

    Boutique all suites hotel in heart of historic Montreal. From lofts to terrace suites to apartments, all are contemporary in style, and boast huge windows for great city views. Gault restaurant serves breakfast, brunch and lunch plus drinks around the clock. A luxury spot for business or leisure.

    Sights nearby  -  Notre Dame Basilica is a towering Gothic revival building worth seeing.
    Great walks  -  Along the 14km of Lachine Canal.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
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  • Hotel Gault Montréal (Quebec) 30 rooms from £80

    Boutique all suites hotel in heart of historic Montreal. From lofts to terrace suites to apartments, all are contemporary in style, and boast huge windows for great city views. Gault restaurant serves breakfast, brunch and lunch plus drinks around the clock. A luxury spot for business or leisure.

    Sights nearby  -  Notre Dame Basilica is a towering Gothic revival building worth seeing.
    Great walks  -  Along the 14km of Lachine Canal.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
    Check Availability
  • Le Relais Lyonnais Québec 7 rooms from £92

    A 4* hotel set in the Latin Quarter in an 130 year old building that's been painstakingly brought into the 21st century. Merging old Montreal charm and modernity the light airy rooms offer crisp linen and suave leather seating. La Brioche Lyonnaise serves up an extensive french menu.

    Sights nearby  -  In close proximity to le Palais des Congres, la Place des Arts and the Musee D’Art Contemporain
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  • Baldwin Village Inn Toronto (Ontario) 6 rooms from £74

    Idyllic B&B in downtown Toronto - moments away from some of Toronto's best restaurants. Minimalist rooms feature hardwood floors, huge bay windows and are decorated in white palettes. Breakfast served at the communal dining table or out in the pleasant courtyard garden.

    Local exploring  -  Location is key here, right in the centre of town surrounded by great restaurants, within walking distance of the main sights.
    Groups  -  Perfect for groups to take over and enjoy the personal home touches of the Inn keepers.
    Sights nearby  -  Learn about the textile industry at the aptly named Textile Museum of Canada.
    Local markets  -  Walking distance is Kensington Market for a vibrant afternoon of city life.
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  • The Gladstone Toronto (Ontario) 37 rooms from £99

    Red brick Victorian building turned art-centric boutique in the bustling cultural district of Toronto. Each artist-designed room offers an aesthetically pleasing and luxurious stay. Grab a table at Melody Bar, enjoy the live music and seasonally inspired dishes.

    Sights nearby  -  Be sure to pick up a personalised Queen West district map from reception and explore the area with recommendations
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Full of character
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
    Check Availability

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  • White Oaks Resort & Spa Niagara-on-the-Lake (Ontario) 200 rooms from £60

    Wineries, a rolling golf course surround this luxury spa and business hotel. Crisp linens, fireplaces and modern amenities in all rooms. Award-winning Chef Michael Price heads the fine dining at LIV, or a more casual affair at Play Urban Café. A modern affair close to natural beauty.

    Sights nearby  -  See one of the seven natural wonders of the world - Niagara Falls. Avaliable to see from the skies with a helicopter trip.
    Great walks  -  Use the river as a guide and explore the area by foot.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Recommended by  -  CN Traveller
    Check Availability
  • Harbour House Niagara-on-the-Lake (Ontario) 31 rooms from £88

    Sunset over Niagara-on-the-Lake leaves a warm glow on this red brick mansion with stunning waterfront views. Fireplaces and light interiors make the modern rooms homely. Breakfast is served in the dining room overlooking the lake. HobNob Restaurant and Zees Grill are both walking distance.

    Great walks  -  Awarded the prettiest Town in Canada Award. A good enough reason to explore it by foot and capture it all.
    Local markets  -  Local markets area a great way to explore any town. Check with reception for dates.
    Back to Nature  -  See one of the natural wonders of the world.
    Sights nearby  -  Head to the marina for a buzzy atmosphere.
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  • The Juniper Hotel Banff 52 rooms from £73

    A striking hotel resting at the foothills of the Rockies, just minutes from Banff. Sleek modern interiors beautifully offset the spectacular vistas visible through the floor to ceiling windows. The on site restaurant serves modern Canadian cuisine with a local seasonal emphasis. Charming.

    Families  -  With large suites and plenty of local activities this is the ideal spot to keep the family entertained
    Hotel Entertainment  -  Relax after a long day on the slopes with a glass of wine and a soak in the all weather hot tub
    Other Activities  -  Immerse yourself in the local culture with a blessing or smudging ceremony from a local Elder
    Hills & mountains  -  This magical spot gives guests a chance to explore the Rocky Mountains in all their glory
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  • High Country Inn Banff (Box 700,) 70 rooms from £72

    A family run hotel in the Canadian Rockies. The rooms are comfortable and offer exceptional views of the mountains beyond Banff. Enjoy meals in the in house restaurant, or make the most of the amenities with hot tubs, pools and saunas. The friendly staff make this a warm and welcoming hotel.

    Hotel Entertainment  -  Unwind after a long days activites with a refeshing soak in the hot tub followed by a steam in the cedar wood sauna
    Active Holiday  -  Ideally located for the active guest, with skiing, mountain biking, guided walking trails and horse trekking
    Riding  -  Ask at the reception about pony trekking through the mountains, a unqiue way to soak up the scenery
    Birdwatching  -  The nearby mountains are teaming with birds, head out on the trails and see what you can spot
    Check Availability

See all » 51 hotels in British Columbia

  • Trickle Creek British Columbia 80 rooms from £59

    A large chalet-style ski lodge right at the foot of the Kimberley Alpine Resort. Charming homely suites come with full kitchenette and living area, some feature balconies with fantastic views of the slopes. This is the perfect active getaway with ski school, pool, and miles of mountain to explore.

    Fishing  -  The dozens of mountain lakes and rivers that surround Kimberley provide phenomenal, rainbow, and bull trout fishing
    Kayaking  -  There are several local services providing kayaking and rafting on the rivers, ask at front desk for details.
    Great walks  -  Beautiful walks available in the surrounding mountains, in winter take a pair of snow shoes.
    Swimming Pool  -  Outdoor seasonal pool.
    Check Availability
  • Crystal Lodge Hotel Whistler (British Columbia) 158 rooms from £66

    A 'has it all' hotel in the ultimate adventure playground. Whether it's a traditional room or a loft suite required you'll find the rooms spacious and tastefully designed. Fill your days in the outdoors be it skiing or bungee jumping before unwinding over a glass or two in the hotel's wine bar.

    Skiing  -  When the snow falls the hills come alive with skiing, ice skating, tubing, dog sledging and snow shoeing.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    House party feel  -  Be prepared to meet people.
    Full of character
    Check Availability

See all » 39 hotels in Ontario

  • White Oaks Resort & Spa Niagara-on-the-Lake (Ontario) 200 rooms from £60

    Wineries, a rolling golf course surround this luxury spa and business hotel. Crisp linens, fireplaces and modern amenities in all rooms. Award-winning Chef Michael Price heads the fine dining at LIV, or a more casual affair at Play Urban Café. A modern affair close to natural beauty.

    Sights nearby  -  See one of the seven natural wonders of the world - Niagara Falls. Avaliable to see from the skies with a helicopter trip.
    Great walks  -  Use the river as a guide and explore the area by foot.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Recommended by  -  CN Traveller
    Check Availability
  • Inn on the Twenty Jordan (Ontario) 27 rooms from £68

    Charming village in Twenty Valley makes this boutique the perfect country getaway. Fireplaces complete the homely rooms, along with bookshelves and arm chairs. “On the Twenty” adopts the farm to fork approach and whips up local cuisine matched with a cellar full of regional wines.

    Great walks  -  Take a picnic along the Bruce Trail and the Niagara Escarpment and find a spot to dine while looking over the waterfalls.
    Sights nearby  -  Do not miss the majestic Niagara Falls.
    Full of character
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Check Availability

See all » 33 hotels in Québec

  • Auberge des 21 Saguenay (La Baie) 31 rooms from £63

    Located on the stunning Saguenay Fjord in La Baie, featuring a Nordic spa and wellness centre, an in-house restaurant and extensive wine cellar. Many activities can be enjoyed on site or in the area including skiing, cycling, and hiking. Ideal for relaxing country breaks or for outdoor enthusiasts.

    Secluded setting  -  Set in the remote small town of La Baie, and situated on the edge of the Fjord bay
    Great walks  -  Walking tours can be arranged through hotel
    Views  -  Beautiful views of the Fjord
    Outstanding location
    Check Availability
  • Hotel Gault Montréal (Quebec) 30 rooms from £80

    Boutique all suites hotel in heart of historic Montreal. From lofts to terrace suites to apartments, all are contemporary in style, and boast huge windows for great city views. Gault restaurant serves breakfast, brunch and lunch plus drinks around the clock. A luxury spot for business or leisure.

    Sights nearby  -  Notre Dame Basilica is a towering Gothic revival building worth seeing.
    Great walks  -  Along the 14km of Lachine Canal.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
    Check Availability

See all » 16 hotels in Montréal

  • Hotel Gault Montréal (Quebec) 30 rooms from £80

    Boutique all suites hotel in heart of historic Montreal. From lofts to terrace suites to apartments, all are contemporary in style, and boast huge windows for great city views. Gault restaurant serves breakfast, brunch and lunch plus drinks around the clock. A luxury spot for business or leisure.

    Sights nearby  -  Notre Dame Basilica is a towering Gothic revival building worth seeing.
    Great walks  -  Along the 14km of Lachine Canal.
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
    Check Availability
  • Le Relais Lyonnais Québec 7 rooms from £92

    A 4* hotel set in the Latin Quarter in an 130 year old building that's been painstakingly brought into the 21st century. Merging old Montreal charm and modernity the light airy rooms offer crisp linen and suave leather seating. La Brioche Lyonnaise serves up an extensive french menu.

    Sights nearby  -  In close proximity to le Palais des Congres, la Place des Arts and the Musee D’Art Contemporain
    Check Availability

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  • Baldwin Village Inn Toronto (Ontario) 6 rooms from £74

    Idyllic B&B in downtown Toronto - moments away from some of Toronto's best restaurants. Minimalist rooms feature hardwood floors, huge bay windows and are decorated in white palettes. Breakfast served at the communal dining table or out in the pleasant courtyard garden.

    Local exploring  -  Location is key here, right in the centre of town surrounded by great restaurants, within walking distance of the main sights.
    Groups  -  Perfect for groups to take over and enjoy the personal home touches of the Inn keepers.
    Sights nearby  -  Learn about the textile industry at the aptly named Textile Museum of Canada.
    Local markets  -  Walking distance is Kensington Market for a vibrant afternoon of city life.
    Check Availability
  • The Gladstone Toronto (Ontario) 37 rooms from £99

    Red brick Victorian building turned art-centric boutique in the bustling cultural district of Toronto. Each artist-designed room offers an aesthetically pleasing and luxurious stay. Grab a table at Melody Bar, enjoy the live music and seasonally inspired dishes.

    Sights nearby  -  Be sure to pick up a personalised Queen West district map from reception and explore the area with recommendations
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Full of character
    Designer  -  Uniquely designed interiors.
    Recommended by  -  Tablet
    Check Availability

See all » 12 hotels in Niagara-on-the-Lake

  • White Oaks Resort & Spa Niagara-on-the-Lake (Ontario) 200 rooms from £60

    Wineries, a rolling golf course surround this luxury spa and business hotel. Crisp linens, fireplaces and modern amenities in all rooms. Award-winning Chef Michael Price heads the fine dining at LIV, or a more casual affair at Play Urban Café. A modern affair close to natural beauty.

    Sights nearby  -  See one of the seven natural wonders of the world - Niagara Falls. Avaliable to see from the skies with a helicopter trip.
    Great walks  -  Use the river as a guide and explore the area by foot.
    Views  -  Great views from hotel
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Recommended by  -  CN Traveller
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  • Harbour House Niagara-on-the-Lake (Ontario) 31 rooms from £88

    Sunset over Niagara-on-the-Lake leaves a warm glow on this red brick mansion with stunning waterfront views. Fireplaces and light interiors make the modern rooms homely. Breakfast is served in the dining room overlooking the lake. HobNob Restaurant and Zees Grill are both walking distance.

    Great walks  -  Awarded the prettiest Town in Canada Award. A good enough reason to explore it by foot and capture it all.
    Local markets  -  Local markets area a great way to explore any town. Check with reception for dates.
    Back to Nature  -  See one of the natural wonders of the world.
    Sights nearby  -  Head to the marina for a buzzy atmosphere.
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  • The Juniper Hotel Banff 52 rooms from £73

    A striking hotel resting at the foothills of the Rockies, just minutes from Banff. Sleek modern interiors beautifully offset the spectacular vistas visible through the floor to ceiling windows. The on site restaurant serves modern Canadian cuisine with a local seasonal emphasis. Charming.

    Families  -  With large suites and plenty of local activities this is the ideal spot to keep the family entertained
    Hotel Entertainment  -  Relax after a long day on the slopes with a glass of wine and a soak in the all weather hot tub
    Other Activities  -  Immerse yourself in the local culture with a blessing or smudging ceremony from a local Elder
    Hills & mountains  -  This magical spot gives guests a chance to explore the Rocky Mountains in all their glory
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  • High Country Inn Banff (Box 700,) 70 rooms from £72

    A family run hotel in the Canadian Rockies. The rooms are comfortable and offer exceptional views of the mountains beyond Banff. Enjoy meals in the in house restaurant, or make the most of the amenities with hot tubs, pools and saunas. The friendly staff make this a warm and welcoming hotel.

    Hotel Entertainment  -  Unwind after a long days activites with a refeshing soak in the hot tub followed by a steam in the cedar wood sauna
    Active Holiday  -  Ideally located for the active guest, with skiing, mountain biking, guided walking trails and horse trekking
    Riding  -  Ask at the reception about pony trekking through the mountains, a unqiue way to soak up the scenery
    Birdwatching  -  The nearby mountains are teaming with birds, head out on the trails and see what you can spot
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