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The Ritz Carlton, Montreal
This classic grande dame of Montréal has been impressing guests ever since Liz Taylor and Richard Burton got married here...
The St. Regis Hotel
Downtown & West End
Transformed in recent years, the St Regis is now an art-lined boutique sleepover in a 1913 heritage shell...
Windsor Arms Hotel
The Windsor Arms is an exquisite piece of Toronto history – stay the night or drop in for afternoon tea. It's a 1927 neo-Gothic mansion boasting a grand entryway, stained-glass windows, polished service and its own coat of arms...
Nita Lake Lodge
Adjoining Creekside train station – handy if you're coming up on the Rocky Mountaineer Sea to Sky Climb – this swanky timber-framed lodge is perfect for a pampering retreat...
Ywca Hotel Vancouver
Yaletown & Granville Island
A good-value, well-located option offering nicely maintained (if spartan) rooms of the student accommodation variety...
Hotel Le Germain Montreal
This stylish hotel boasts luxurious rooms with dark wood details (headboard, wood blinds), cream-colored walls, sheer curtains and artful lighting...
Housed in two restored buildings and named in honor of Québec’s most famous and tragic poet, Émile Nelligan, m woods, original details (like exposed brick or stone in some rooms) and luxurious fittings (down comforters, wi-fi, high-quality bath produc...
Hotel Le St. James Montreal
Housed in the former Merchants Bank, the Hôtel Le St-James is a world-class establishment...
Fairmont Banff Springs
Imagine crossing a Scottish castle with a French chateau and then plonking it in the middle of one of the world's most spectacular (and accessible) wilderness areas...
The Fort Garry Hotel
Winnipeg history radiates from this locally owned 1913 limestone legacy that's like something out of a movie...
The Gault delivers both beauty and comfort in its 30 spacious rooms. The lovely heritage building figures in some rooms, with exposed-stone walls, though for the most part the Gault boasts a fashion-forward, contemporary design...
Park Place Inn
Giving nothing away behind its rather drab exterior among a parade of downtown shops, the Park Place is a head-turner as soon as you ascend the stairs to its plush open lobby...
From teeny bopper to urban explorer to Canadian forest, the 37 artist-designed rooms at this refurbished hotel are stylish and fun...
Le Capitole De Québec
Right on top of the stately Théâtre Capitole, this hotel is one of the city’s gems. Rooms vary, but may feature floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed brick walls and velvety red furniture with a touch of old-fashioned theatricality...
This 1898 classic hotel is reclaiming its former grandeur. The 43 rooms (beware of airless ones overlooking the kitchen on sultry nights) vary in quality; ask for the huge corner rooms with views of the hills and lake...
The Plaza Hotel
You'll think you've fallen into a Laura Ashley seconds bin at this 66-room six-story classic that's little changed since its opening in 1928. In a town of bland modernity in the lodging department, the Plaza reeks character. Excellent free breakfasts.
Auberge Saint Antoine
The Auberge St-Antoine is one of the finest hotels in Canada. With phenomenal service, plush rooms and endless amenities, this hotel delivers near-perfect execution...
This lovely resort offers handsomely set rooms in a picturesque lakeside setting. You’ll find expansive gardens, a heated pool, an ice rink (in winter), and you can arrange numerous outdoor activities – windsurfing, lake cruises and golfing...
Hotel Pierre Du Calvet
The heritage hotel experience par excellence! This historic landmark in Old Montréal was built right into the city defense walls in 1725, and staying here is like stepping back in time: massive stone fireplaces with original carvings, gilded picture f...
A 'boutique motel' sounds like an oxymoron until you descend on the brand-new Centro 7km northwest of Calgary's real 'centro' on the Trans-Canada Hwy (Hwy 1)...
The Great George
A colorful collage of celebrated buildings along Charlottetown's most famous street has rooms ranging from plush and historic to bold and contemporary – but all are simply stunning. It's both gay- and family-friendly...
One of a triumvirate of Edmonton boutique hotels (along with the Varscona and the Metterra), the Matrix is the new kid on the block (opened in 2007) that claims to serve the 'sophisticated traveler,' with cool minimalist architecture punctuated with w...