Canada

Hotels in Canada

Canada hotels offer comfort, high-tech amenities and fine dining, as well as relaxing settings to unwind after a long day of exploring. City hotels range from classically elegant settings to modern and chic, showcasing Canada’s mix of old-world charm and contemporary cool. Located at Lake Okanagan between Vancouver and the Canadian Rockies, Vancouver’s Sparkling Hill Resort is a relaxation haven, featuring saunas, steam rooms, several swimming pools and a fitness studio. Swarovski crystals are embedded into ceilings, fireplaces and light fixtures, so it might just be the only one of Canada hotels that literally sparkles.

Toronto’s Fairmont Royal York is one of the best hotels in Canada, housed in a limestone building and furnished with glittering chandeliers. The Fairmont also features excellent dining options, including Benihana Japanese Steakhouse, Piper’s Gastropub and York’s Deli & Bakery. In Montréal, Le Place D’Armes boasts a modern yet cozy setting, where the exposed brick walls, wooden furniture and walk-in showers give it a welcoming feel. During the warm months, dine at Terrasse Place D’Armes, its lovely rooftop restaurant.

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.

The city’s most sophisticated hotel occupies Quebec City’s very first skyscraper, a nine-story building built in 1912.

This hotel, located right in the heart of the Old City, has something for everyone: Design buffs love the setting that blends rustic and modern; couples snuggle up in the luxurious rooms, some of which come equipped with a fireplace; families appreciate how they feel welcome; eco-conscious trave

Visitors who wish to experience Quebec City like a local should book a room at hidden gem Auberge du Quartier.

This modern hotel welcomes a slightly younger clientele who come for its sleek décor, central location in the Old Port, and outstanding concierge service.

This Old Port hotel, housed in a building dating from 1726, is the epitome of the boutique hotel: its attentive service, calm atmosphere, decor mixing historic and modern touches, and fine dining gourmet restaurant all result in a plush atmosphere in which clients feel privileged.

Just off the bridges on the western side of the city, this large hotel offers a variety of rooms with different personalities, from minimalist urban suites to cozy rooms with romantic four-poster beds.

This close-to-everything all-suites hotel is the perfect family pied-à-terre.

Located in Wendake, a Huron-Wendat village 15 minutes from downtown Quebec City, Hôtel-Musée Premières Nations is bound to surprise and please the whole family. The four-star hotel’s modern design style features striking woodwork and accessories inspired by aboriginal architecture and crafts.

This hotel, located right in the heart of the Old City, has something for everyone: Design buffs love the setting that blends rustic and modern; couples snuggle up in the luxurious rooms, some of which come equipped with a fireplace; families appreciate how they feel welcome; eco-conscious trave

This 19th-century castle-like structure is the most renowned Quebec City icon—by far. Both a tourist attraction and one of the city’s finest hotels, Fairmont Le Château Frontenac has just been through a major renovation process.

Decorated in a modern rustic style that combines neutral tones and rich woodwork, the Saint-Pierre is a classic inn that offers an intimate and calm atmosphere.

If location is your primary requirement, Hôtel Clarendon should be your destination. The city’s oldest hotel, currently undergoing a rejuvenation process, has views of all the city’s most beautiful buildings and natural features. Want to live a memorable Quebec City experience?

In recent years, the Manoir Victoria hotel has been completely renovated to adopt a contemporary style with elegant touches that recall its Victorian past.

Built on the site of an 18th-century maritime warehouse, the award-winning Auberge Saint-Antoine seamlessly marries historic wooden beams, stone walls, and artifacts to its modern atmosphere to make for one of the most elegant yet coziest hotels in the city.