The world’s second largest country, Canada is as picturesque as it gets.
Not only is it amongst people’s favorite places to settle down in search of a good life, but also a place where tourists flock every year to enjoy the numerous experiences it has to offer.
Waterfalls, beaches, wildlife, train journeys, islands, cities and a who lot more awaits the travelers who come to this country.
With so much that Canada offers, it is hard to select a few destinations to visit in one trip, and when it comes to selecting a hotel, the situation is exactly the same. Here are some of the best hotels we’ve shortlisted for you.
The Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Alberta
What’s better than a hotel that is beautiful? A beautiful hotel that is situated in the heart of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel is situated in the Banff National Park. Known as “Castle in the Rockies”, it has 768 guest rooms and suites that is famous for legendary hospitality and yet an intimate experience.
Long Beach Lodge Resort, Vancouver Island, British Columbia
The untouched rugged West Coast and the comfort of a five-star hotel and Long Beach. Just the perfect combination that you need on a holiday. The resort has 41 rooms and 20 cottages and is located 7km from Tofino on Cox Bay Beach. Light a fire, cozy up under your bed and enjoy the ocean as it calms your soul. The chef’s innovative dishes make the experience one-of-a-kind for the guests.
Nimmo Bay, Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia
Coastal rainforest, snow-capped mountains fusing with the shoreline of a beautiful bay will welcome you with arms wide open when you reach the property by a helicopter. The lodge floats on the Nimmo Bay, making the entire experience mesmerizing. Heli-fishing, grizzly bear spotting, river rafting, whale watching and heli-hiking are some of the adventure that it offers.
The hotels will give you an experience away from the regular, old and conventional hotels that offer no adventure. Pack your bags, Canada’s amazing hotels are calling.
Last modified: November 3, 2018