Hotels in Canada

This Fairmont outpost attached to Vancouver International Airport is a dream for jet watchers (and anyone needing luxurious digs between flights). The hotel towers above the airport’s U.S.

A five-story building dating back to 1886, Auberge Bonaparte has dormer windows, solid oak doors, and original stone, including a frontispiece made for the first resident, Judge Joseph-Amable Berthelot.

Modern lodge built into the side of Sulphur Mountain.

The Four Seasons' first Canadian ski resort hugs the base of Blackcomb Mountain and is a short walk or shuttle to the Whistler-Blackcomb lifts and quaint Whistler village.

Elegant 1864 Victorian mansion with a saltwater swimming pool, in the heart of the historic center, only a 5-minute walk from Lake Ontario.

The Wickaninnish Inn, set on a remote, pine forest–ringed promontory, is best enjoyed during fierce weather—the more ferocious, the better. In the 75 rooms, duvet-covered beds and deep soaking tubs sit beside ample windows that look out on the churning ocean and rain-lashed coast.

Montreal’s reputation as a city of style is getting another boost with the newly minted W Montreal. Housed in a formerly lackluster bank building on the border of historic Old Montreal, the hotel is a haven of singular design.

A 34-room lakeside resort offering a range of activities, including sailboats, 10 tennis courts, and a championship golf course. 

Room to Book: Rooms 12 and 13, for newly renovated baths and best views of the lake.

Hôtel Le Germain-Dominion brings European charm with German accents to the Old Port district. This rustic 60-room boutique hotel was built inside a Bauhaus-inspired 1912 stone building.

Louis XIV would feel right at home in this ornate, over-the-top (and surprisingly affordable) Downtown hotel, where almost all of 119 guest rooms are suites.

Sitting on the edge of the Coal Harbour neighborhood and Vancouver's financial district, the Loden Hotel is a distinctly modern-chic entity amid the area's mountains and waterways.