Canada’s Best Hotels of 2016

Condé Nast Traveler listed their favorite Canadian hotels in 2016. Here are the results:

Auberge Saint-Antoine in Quebec City, Quebec

When your hotel has 1,265 ‘Excellent’ user reviews out of 1,465 on TripAdvisor, you know you’re doing something right. Here’s the blurb from their website (translated from French, of course): “Welcome to Auberge Saint-Antoine! Luxury hotel in the heart of the Old Port of Quebec City, facing the majestic St. Lawrence River, away from the ramparts, the museums and the lively streets of Petit Champlain. Auberge Saint-Antoine offers 95 luxurious rooms and suites, 6 meeting rooms and reception appointed under the sign of comfort, on the cutting edge of technology, originality, culture and history . Yesterday, today, tomorrow … you are expected!

Fairmont Chateau in Lake Louise, Alberta

This picture of the Fairmont Chateau on Lake Louise does more to describe it than words ever could. This year-round resort offers everything from canoeing and mountain biking in the summer to horse drawn sleigh rides and ice skating on the frozen lake in the winter. A beautiful building in a beautiful setting.

Ritz-Carlton in Montréal
Ritz-Carlton in Montréal

U.S. News ranks the Ritz-Carlton, Montréal a #1 in the following categories: Best Montréal Hotels, Best Quebec Hotels, and Best Ritz-Carlton in the World. Walk to Mont-Royal Park, get some amazing French food inside the restaurant, or spend your days exploring downtown Montréal. You can’t go wrong!

Fogo Island Inn in Joe Batt’s Arm, Newfoundland

The exterior of the Fogo Island Inn is your first indication that this place is something special. What the outside doesn’t reveal is the contemporary library, the 37-seat cinema, the art gallery, and more, all found within this astounding hotel.

Fairmont Chateau in Whistler, British Columbia

A clear front runner if you’re looking for a ski resort, the Fairmont Chateau in Whistler also offers a fantastic golf experience beginning in May. You will certainly not be disappointed in your stay at this powerhouse of a hotel.

OPUS Hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia

This supremely unique hotel in Vancouver is perfect for those tired of the uniformity of the run-of-the-mill hotel. They have a variety of rooms and offer Virtual Lifestyle Concierges to match you with the perfect one! There will plenty of pleasant surprises during your stay at the OPUS and, due to its location in downtown Vancouver, never a risk of boredom.

Wickaninnish Inn in Vancouver Island, British Columbia
Wickaninnish Inn in Tofino, British Columbia

Located on Vancouver Island, the Wickaninnish allows all the modern amenities you’d expect, but with an additional, rare opportunities like a wood carving shed and winter storm watching. Watch a vicious storm attack the coast, and enjoy the awe-inspiring power of nature from the safety and warmth of your suite.