Often ignored as a holiday destination but now with the spotlight firmly on the country “on top of North America” due to their very charismatic Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
So other than hoping to catch a glimpse of Mr Trudeau this amazing country is packed with surprised as you revel in its outstanding natural beauty from mountains and glaciers to secluded lakes and forests to the beautiful cities packed with historic areas of interest and amazing cuisine plus highlighting the very different aspects of Canada, such as its maritime culture, mountainous landscape, French history, or its indigenous people.
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Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
Fogo Island Inn Newfoundland And Labrador, Canada Mr & Mrs Smith (More Information & Booking)
A futuristic interpretation of local outport architecture, Fogo Island Inn hotel has set up a dramatic camp for rural retreat seekers off the northern coast of Newfoundland in a traditional fishing village. Forward-thinking as this 29-all suites stay is – contemporary architecture, bespoke furnishings, sleek ensuites and a fine-dining menu – the inn is just as focused on preserving the island’s long-standing culture of fishermen, boat builders and local artists.
Drake Devonshire Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada Mr & Mrs Smith (More Information &Booking)
After establishing itself as a curator of cool in Toronto, the Drake brought its hipper-than-thou digs to the countryside. The Drake Devonshire hotel in Prince Edward County is a modern farmhouse on the shores of Lake Ontario. Like any good lakeside hideaway, there are roaring fires, scheduled sing-alongs and roasted marshmallows aplenty. But because the Drake always ups the cultural ante, this rural retreat also hosts live music, author visits and art exhibitions to boot.
The Drake Toronto, Canada Mr & Mrs Smith (More Information & Booking)
Not only are the hip bunk-ups at The Drake hotel in Toronto fantastically priced but there's every entertainment or eating and drinking requirement on your lap. Enjoy home-baked scones in the café, earmark sushi and live jazz from the Raw Bar, or plump for a mean steak frites in the Lounge, then head up to the Sky Yard for cocktails on the roof or down to the Underground for live bands or a cutting-edge clubnight.
The Hazelton Hotel Toronto, Canada Mr & Mrs Smith (More Information & Booking)
The Hazelton Hotel in Toronto is a sybarite’s paradise with very fine dining at Mark McEwan's restaurant, One, and supreme spoiling at the Swiss-inspired spa. Guests are pampered with signature spa treatments, a lap pool, spacious rooms with snooze-worthy pillow-top mattresses (clad in 300-thread-count linens) and huge, green-granite, L'Occitane en Provence-stocked ensuites.
Auberge du Vieux-Port Montreal, Canada Mr & Mrs Smith (More Information & Booking)
Well-placed on St Paul Street and overlooking the St Lawrence River, historic Montreal and modern hospitality make bewitching bedfellows at the Auberge du Vieux-Port hotel. Nothing was overlooked in the renovation of this mid-1800s warehouse building loaded with period details like exposed beams, rough brick walls, wrought iron beds and original casement windows that you can fling open to survey the rolling river or cobblestoned streets below.
Hotel St Paul Montreal, Canada Mr & Mrs Smith (More Information & Booking)
Occupying an old, bold Beaux Arts building in Montreal’s coolest quarter – the old town – Hotel St Paul is something of a trailblazer in a city swimming with bland business hotels. A warm and welcoming minimalism dominates the decor, enhanced by dramatic touches such as the fire-lit alabaster cube that lords it over the lobby, and the ethereal muslin drapes that feature in many of the rooms.
Shangri-La Hotel Vancouver Vancouver, Canada Mr & Mrs Smith (More Information & Booking)
Whether snow bunny, spa maven or city slicker, The Shangri-La Vancouver in Downtown Vancouver is a one-hotel-fits-all affair. A glitzy, glassy high-rise just a quick walk from Stanley Park and the Harbour, it has luxury laden over every feature: spoiling spa, star-cheffed restaurant, Chinese tea lounge – and city views to swoon over.
Wickaninnish Inn Vancouver Island, Canada Mr & Mrs Smith (More Information & Booking)
A modern-day frontier lodge, the Wickaninnish Inn hotel in Tofino perches in rugged forests beside the wild churning waters of the northern Pacific. Each room holds a giant soaking tub, fireplace and balcony for best admiring ocean views, and the hotel offers rain gear and binoculars for the intrepid. Any adventures should be rewarded with time in the superlative hyper-local restaurant, or the spa, which bases its natural treatments on native traditions.