GRAND HOTELS

OF CANADA

 

Traveling across Canada puts all of the nation’s greatest gifts before you — from Toronto’s fast-moving urban fun to the natural wonders that abound in Vancouver. Bookend your days of exploration with time in Canada’s most iconic hotels, where every stay will create indelible memories.

GRAND HOTELS OF CANADA

 

Traveling across Canada puts all of the nation’s greatest gifts before you — from Toronto’s fast-moving urban fun to the natural wonders that abound in Vancouver. Bookend your days of exploration with time in Canada’s most iconic hotels, where every stay will create indelible memories.

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A TASTE OF TORONTO

Located within the heart of Toronto’s stylish Yorkville neighborhood, The Hazelton Hotel puts guests steps from the city’s best shopping, dining and cultural must-sees. Choose from 62 rooms and 15 suites, all with luxe touches including zebrawood dressing rooms and galaxy green granite bathrooms. And don’t miss the hotel’s museum-worthy art collection.

HERITAGE IN OLD QUÉBEC

You’ll understand immediately why the palatial Fairmont Le Château Frontenac is one of the world’s most photographed buildings. Located within the walled city of Old Québec, overlooking the St. Lawrence River, this urban heritage resort emanates an atmosphere of old Europe while offering the highest levels of comfort. Indulge in a classic afternoon teaand let the chef at Champlain Restaurant tempt you with a five-course meal that changes daily.

MONTRÉAL’S MAGIC

Ritz-Carlton Montreal retains the same glamour as when it first opened its doors in 1912, only elevated by a $200 million transformation. Montreal’s French influences run strong within this luxury property, most noticeably at Maison Boulud restaurant and The Lounge experience featuring Dom Pérignon. You’ll truly know you’re in Canada when you select the maple sugar experience at Spa St. James, using clay sourced from the Canadian prairies and organic maple sugar to exfoliate and soften your skin.

 BEAUTY  IN BANFF

As if Banff’s breathtaking vistas weren’t enough to tempt you, Fairmont Banff Springs is a national icon that is steeped in history. Known as “Canada’s Castle in the Rockies,” the property’s 1888 origin dates back to the birth of tourism in the Canadian Rockies, and its connection to the mountains is enduring. Programs range from guided hikes up Tunnel Mountain to spotlights on Canadian artists, while the waters beckon you to bicycle along the Bow River to a stand-up paddleboarding lesson on Vermilion Lakes.

VANCOUVER’S  SOPHISTICATED  STAY

Located between the mountains and the sea, Shangri-La Vancouver occupies the first 15 floors in the city’s tallest building and stands at the doorstep of Vancouver’s finest shopping, upscale dining and public art. Relax in style at CHI, The Spa, where Asian-inspired elements meet massages, facials and wellness series. Famed Stanley Park is on display, and all of Vancouver’s natural wonders are within easy reach.

A TASTE OF TORONTO

Located within the heart of Toronto’s stylish Yorkville neighborhood, The Hazelton Hotel puts guests steps from the city’s best shopping, dining and cultural must-sees. Choose from 62 rooms and 15 suites, all with luxe touches including zebrawood dressing rooms and galaxy green granite bathrooms. And don’t miss the hotel’s museum-worthy art collection.

HERITAGE IN OLD QUÉBEC

You’ll understand immediately why the palatial Fairmont Le Château Frontenac is one of the world’s most photographed buildings. Located within the walled city of Old Québec, overlooking the St. Lawrence River, this urban heritage resort emanates an atmosphere of old Europe while offering the highest levels of comfort. Indulge in a classic afternoon teaand let the chef at Champlain Restaurant tempt you with a five-course meal that changes daily.

MONTRÉAL’S MAGIC

Ritz-Carlton Montreal retains the same glamour as when it first opened its doors in 1912, only elevated by a $200 million transformation. Montreal’s French influences run strong within this luxury property, most noticeably at Maison Boulud restaurant and The Lounge experience featuring Dom Pérignon. You’ll truly know you’re in Canada when you select the maple sugar experience at Spa St. James, using clay sourced from the Canadian prairies and organic maple sugar to exfoliate and soften your skin.

BEAUTY IN BANFF

As if Banff’s breathtaking vistas weren’t enough to tempt you, Fairmont Banff Springs is a national icon that is steeped in history. Known as “Canada’s Castle in the Rockies,” the property’s 1888 origin dates back to the birth of tourism in the Canadian Rockies, and its connection to the mountains is enduring. Programs range from guided hikes up Tunnel Mountain to spotlights on Canadian artists, while the waters beckon you to bicycle along the Bow River to a stand-up paddleboarding lesson on Vermilion Lakes.

VANCOUVER’S SOPHISTICATED STAY

Located between the mountains and the sea, Shangri-La Vancouver occupies the first 15 floors in the city’s tallest building and stands at the doorstep of Vancouver’s finest shopping, upscale dining and public art. Relax in style at CHI, The Spa, where Asian-inspired elements meet massages, facials and wellness series. Famed Stanley Park is on display, and all of Vancouver’s natural wonders are within easy reach.