Best Hotels in Canada

Staying in hotels is a huge part of travelling. TripAdvisor recently came out with their top 25 best hotels in Canada based on reviews and customer feedback. Unfortunately, we have not been to any of the hotels on the list, however one of the hotels is close to us in Canmore, Alberta. So I’m thinking our next trip into the mountains we might just have to check-in at the Falcon Crest Lodge.

Our Top 3 Canadian Hotels we have Visited

Looking at the TripAdvisor list made me want to share some great hotels that Jamie and I have stayed at.

Hidden Ridge Resort, Banff, Alberta – This resort has outdoor heated pools all year, outdoor fire pits and an amazing view looking down into Banff.

Hotel Arts, Calgary, Alberta – Very modern hotel with great service. The hotel is full of unique and interesting art and has a great onsite restaurant.

Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Alberta – This hotel feels like you stepped back in time and the architecture is beautiful. But really you are in the heart of the mountains so make sure to get the view of the World Famous Lake Louise. Breathtaking.

Our Top 4 Choices from the Top 25 List 

The hotels on the top 25 list really look amazing, the photos of the hotels show them as beautiful and in awesome locations. They also have an overwhelming amount of great reviews. We chose 4 hotels that we would love to vacation once we get the opportunity to visit each of these destinations.

Ritz-Carlton, Montreal, Quebec

Wickaninnish Inn and The Pointe Restaurant, Tofino, British Columbia –

Le Saint-Pierre Auberge Distinctive, Quebec City, Quebec

Nita Lake Lodge, Whistler, British Columbia

 

What are some of the best hotels you have vacationed at in Canada?

 

 

 

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1 comment on “Best Hotels in Canada

  1. wooow!

    Great Great place to stay but seems like its going to be very expensive!
    But it Looks beautiful!

    I think it is awesome that you guys offer so many different types of things to help people travel in relaxation.

    I feel like traveling can be a very stressful process. So if people were able to know about hotels like this, I am sure it would help them out a ton.

    Glad you posted about this.

    Reminds me of the Imperial Tokyo.

    I stayed there for work one time about 6 years ago.
    It was only one night, but the rooms were HUGE and so comfortable.

    Thanks for sharing these great ideas.

    Keep doing good work.

    God Bless U!

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