Hotels in Canada
The brand’s first North American property adopts the mountain-fringed British Columbia city’s easygoing vibe while adding a touch of Far East style and design.
With even the smallest units offering a robust 714 square feet and a separate bedroom, not to mention full kitchens and large fireplaces and balconies, it may be hard to drag yourself away from the room to the slopes right outside the door.
As stately and magnificent today as it was in 1939 when it opened just in time for the visit of King George VI, the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver’s grand public spaces—from the lobby to the bar to the ballroom—are filled with classical dazzle and hints of Art Moderne, including marble terrazzo floors
An antithesis to the colonial buildings and fortifications of Vieux-Québec, the highly modern and angular Loews Hôtel Le Concorde has an enviable location at the edge of The Plains of Abraham in Battlefield Park.
A six-bedroom, 6,500- square-foot villa in British Columbia, complete with outdoor infinity pool, rock hot tub, and adjoining backyard spa that includes a sauna and gym equipment.
Located in Central Vancouver Island, just three kilometers from the coastal village of Tofino, Middle Beach Lodge sits on 40 acres of private West Coast oceanfront. The property has two lodges, 20 self-contained cabins, and nearly one mile of private beach.
Located in one of the city’s most exciting neighborhoods, Saint-Roch, Auberge l’Autre Jardin is a fair-trade inn owned by an international solidarity organization.
Guests at Auberge J. A. Moisan earn very special bragging rights by staying above North America’s oldest grocery store, now one of the city’s finest gourmet shops.
Petit Hôtel Krieghoff, a quiet seven-room haven, sits above the renowned café of the same name on the popular shopping street rue Cartier. Visitors rub shoulders with locals while taking easy walks to major sights, such as Quebec City’s National Museum of Fine Arts or Battlefields Park.
A stay here lets visitors base themselves in one of the most atmospheric Quebec City neighborhoods, Faubourg Saint-Jean-Baptiste. Impeccable accommodations vary in size from cozy, luminous rooms to studios and apartments.
This inn is one of the most interesting accommodations in the Old City, and its luxurious décor alone would make it worthy of the boutique hotel designation. Each room is unique, graced with a stone or brick wall, custom-made furniture, and designer objects.
Just ten minutes’ drive from downtown Quebec City is an other-worldly experience adventurous travelers are destined to remember. The Ice Hotel is built entirely from giant ice blocks over a construction period of a month and a half.