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.
Both veteran Four Seasons fans and arty young hipsters stay at this hotel, set right next to Downtown's tony Pacific Centre Mall.
Try the caribou in a berry glaze with mashed sweet potato in the woodsy hotel restaurant.
This luxury boutique, conveniently located in Toronto's financial district and close to PATH, the world’s largest subterranean shopping center, blends the best elements of a spa with simple yet elegant suites and common spaces.
Metrosexual to the max—starting with the model-hot doormen—the Opus packs in guests who want to sample the city’s trendiest neighborhood.
This 62-room, 15-suite, boutique hotel opened in the city's ritziest mixed-use neighborhood, midtown's Yorkville, in summer 2009.
The vertiginous view: the 15-room property sits on a cliff overlooking Ingonish Harbor.
Yes, it’s got tons of meeting space and is popular with the business-convention set—but the Bayshore also happens to have one of the city’s most spectacular locations: set directly on Coal Harbour and next to Stanley Park.
Just a short stroll away from Vancouver’s famed wilderness-within-the-city, Stanley Park, this mid-priced, all-suite hotel in the gay village is also within walking distance of the downtown shopping and business districts.
Opened in 2002, Sofitel Montreal’s floor-to-ceiling windows, wood panels, and fresh flowers give warmth to a space that was built as an office building.