Covering a big area of North America, Canada accommodation offers great lodging choices. The large cities of Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver have several 5-star luxury hotels. Montreal, located in the French Canadian province of Quebec, offers many European-style accommodations.
A visit to Quebec City is like being in France. The Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac Hotel sits in the center of old Quebec City, and nearby is the luxurious Royal William Hotel. North of Montreal is the Mont Tremblant ski area, which is also a popular year-round outdoor destination. The Le Grand Lodge is on Lake Ouimet, just a few minutes from the slopes at Mont Tremblant.
The maritime provinces of eastern Canada have a long history of fishing and seafaring. The historic Blandford Inn on Nova Scotia is close to the provincial capital of Halifax, yet set in the quaint fishing village of Blandford with a beautiful view of the Atlantic. The Blandford Inn is a convenient stop for yacht sailors.
The HeatherCroft Bed and Breakfast began as a farmhouse in 1819, and has since been expanded. HeatherCroft is surrounded by orchards and vineyards at Niagara on the Lake, Ontario.
For a wilderness experience in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, the Mica Mountain Lodge is a few minutes away from Mount Robson, the highest peak in the area. Offering several log cabins within the Mount Robson Provincial Park in British Columbia, the Mica Mountain Lodge is open all year.