Destinations in Canada

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Canada

— Kingston, Canada

(Rated 9.9, 71 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Kingston! Located in Kingston, within 3.1 miles of National Heroes Park, The Bellagio Getaway offers accommodation with air ...

(Rated 9.6, 26 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Ocho Rios – and a guest favourite. This complex is nestled on Jamaica’s Gold Coast amidst 12 acres of tropical gardens, 1, ...

(Rated 9.6, 533 reviews)
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Along the St. Lawrence River, steps from the shopping on Le Petit Champlain, this hotel in Quebec City's Old-Port area offers luxurious guestrooms and ...

— Montreal, Canada

(Rated 9.6, 300 reviews)
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Luxurious guestrooms, exceptional spa services and gourmet dining options await at this downtown contemporary boutique hotel, situated in the heart of ...

— Vancouver, Canada

(Rated 9.5, 488 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Vancouver – and a guest favourite. Across the street from the Vancouver Art Gallery, this hotel is a 5-minute walk from the ...

(Rated 9.5, 1 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Quebec City – and a guest favorite. Downtown Old Quebec City is 2 minutes' walk from this boutique hotel. Located in the hou ...

(Rated 9.5, 308 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Quebec City.In the heart of Old Québec, across from Parliament Hill, this historic boutique hotel is an 8-minute walk from th ...

Canada - The Land Of The Maple Leaf

There’s so much more to Canada than ice hockey, maple syrup and cold winters. Take one step off the plane and you’ll gasp at the epic mountainous scenery before you. Along with its disarming good looks, you’ll also fall in love with Canada's diverse culture, delicious food and majestic wildlife. You’ll no longer be surprised to learn Canada is the world’s second largest country, once you step back and take in the never-ending landscapes this broad country boasts. Canada is also home to a diverse and thriving wildlife population. Featuring polar bears, grizzlies and of course, the moose. Adrenaline junkies can ski through the glistening mountains of Whistler, or kayak down the spurling Nahanni River. Or for something more low key, take a relaxing stroll through Stanley Park in Vancouver, or swim off the pink sanded beaches in Prince Edward Island. Canada is also a dream for art lovers, with unmissable jazz festivals and the world famous film festival in Toronto.

Travel Canada

Hear The Deafening Roar Of The Niagara Falls

Thousands of visitors flock to see this breathtaking natural wonder every day. You can usually view the falls via boat or a viewing platform, either way, the thunderous sound and clouds of mist rising up from the pouring falls is best experienced up close.

Explore The Culturally Diverse City Of Vancouver

Take one look around and you’ll see why Vancouver is known as one of Canada’s most ethnically diverse cities. Immerse yourself in Vancouver’s thriving art, theatre and music scenes. Visit the Vancouver Art Gallery and gaze upon the works of local artists, or check out the Museum of Anthropology - home to the First Nations collection, a fascinating look at early human societies.

Tour The Vibrant City Of Toronto

See the world from a sky high perspective a top of Toronto’s CN Tower. Ride up the glass elevators of one of the highest freestanding structures in the world (standing 553 m). Also be sure not to miss the free light show put on by the giant structure every night.Toronto also has some of the finest restaurants in the world, along with a number of vibrant bars, clubs and festivals. But for a true Canadian experience, head along to see the Toronto Maple Leafs play at Scotiabank Arena as part of the National Hockey League (NHL).

Tips and Travel Information For Canada

Etiquette

Canadians are fairly easy going and relaxed, and not the kind of people who offend easily. However, try not to comment how Americans and Canadians aren’t much different. Even if it’s a bit of tongue and cheek, it’s still considered highly offensive.

Getting Around in Canada

Busing is the most common form of public transportation. Just be aware bus services are limited in the evenings and during the weekends. Taxis are also readily accessible in Canada. They all run by the meter and can be waved down or ordered by phone. Trains are a popular mode of transport in the cities of Toronto and Montréal. Route maps can be found in the stations and online.

Best Times To Visit Canada

Peak Season (Jun - Aug) Moderate (May, Sep & Oct) Quiet Season (Nov - Apr) High season for Canada is between June and August. Expect sunshine and warm weather during this time, but also accommodation prices 30% above average. December to March can sometimes be just as busy in ski resort towns. To avoid the crowds, travel during the low season (Nov - April). Just be prepared for colder and darker weather during this time.

Find Boutique Hotels In Canada

For a stay equally as entertaining as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Canada.