Canada’s most affordable hotels are usually part of international chains; brands such as Econo Lodge, Super 8 and Days Inn dominate the budget end of the market. Newer boutique hotels are often designed for either the luxury market or businesspeople, though there are a few bargains scattered about, and we have gathered those together in this list. Most decent mid-range rooms will have cable TV, wi-ﬁ, and private parking. Rooms with two double or queen-sized beds sleep up to four people, although there is usually a small surcharge for the third and fourth person. Many places advertise that ‘kids stay free’ but sometimes you have to pay extra for a crib or a rollaway (portable bed).