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The Plaza Hotel
In a town of bland modernity in the lodging department, the Plaza reeks character. This 67-room six-story classic has changed little on the outside since its opening in 1928. Rooms are newly redone in a chic heritage style; excellent free breakfasts.
Place Louis Riel Suite Hotel
In a renovated 23-story building downtown, the 302 rooms here all include large, stylish kitchens. Sizes range from studio to two-bedroom and rooms on higher floors have great views. The parking is enclosed and the service is excellent.
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...
In the grand tradition of the famed Canadian railway hotels, the Bessborough lives up to the castle standard; it is the architectural exclamation point on the Saskatoon skyline...
Metterra Hotel On Whyte
If you can wade through the uncreative hotel-brochure blurb ('urban oasis,' 'contemporary decor,' 'traditional hospitality'), you'll find that the Met is actually a decent place to stay and a fitting reflection of the happening entertainment district ...
The Fort Garry Hotel
Winnipeg history radiates from this locally owned 1913 limestone legacy that's like something out of a movie...
This 1898 classic hotel maintains its period grandeur. The 43 rooms vary in quality – beware of airless ones overlooking the kitchen on sultry nights. Ask for the huge corner rooms with views of the hills and lake. Rates include a delicious breakfast...
Banff Rocky Mountain Resort
Being 4km out of town at the far, far end of Banff Ave is a small price to pay for the preferential prices and excellent all-round facilities here (including a hot tub, pool, tennis courts and cafe-restaurant)...
Fairmont Château Lake Louise
This opulent Fairmont enjoys one of the world's most enviable locations on the shores of Lake Louise. Originally built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in the 1890s, the hotel was added to in 1925 and 2004...
The Hazelton Hotel
With a bunch of competitors in the luxury hotel class opening their doors in recent years, it's becoming harder for the Hazleton to uphold its self-professed reputation as Toronto's most exclusive hotel: but try it will, and you'll only benefit from i...
Carriage House Inn
In a shady Victorian neighborhood near the Green, this beautifully restored 1875 Queen Anne was built for a lumber baron and former Fredericton mayor...
Some cruel critics claim Calgary lacks alma (soul), and although this fashionable boutique establishment in – of all places – Calgary's university campus can't really be described as soulful, it is funky and arty...
The James Hotel
In the James, you've found one of Canada's finest boutique hotels. Exceptional, attentive service begins with your welcome to the property...
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 historic lakeshore retreat, south of Pandosy Village, has 19 heritage rooms, where you can bask in antique-filled luxury. A modern low-key wing has 30 more rooms and six opulent waterfront suites. It's classy, artful and funky all at once...
The 37 artist-designed rooms at this trendsetting hotel could have leapt straight from a Taschen design book...
We love this spotless waterfront option with its own private beach in a secluded cove off Lake Nipissing...
The Drake Hotel
While other hotels have rooms, the Drake has 'crash pads, dens, salons' and a rockin' little suite, beckoning bohemians, artists and indie musicians with a little cash to burn. The crash pads are tiny yet ineffably stylish and functional...
The Great George
This 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...
Prince Of Wales Hotel
You can't come to Waterton and not check out this iconic alpine landmark. Situated to take full advantage of the best view in town, this hotel is nothing short of spectacular...
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...