Best Hotels in Canada 2021

The Best Hotels in Canada 2021
Best Hotels in Canada 2021

Based on an analysis of industry awards, hotel star ratings, and user evaluations, we’ve compiled a list of the top hotels in Canada. A Gold badge was awarded to hotels that scored in the top 10% of the Best Hotels in Canada. Hotels that appear after ranked hotels are sorted by hotel class and then by user rating, as TripAdvisor provides.

 

The Best Hotels in Canada 2021

 

10.Loden Hotel

Loden Hotel
Loden Hotel

For many travellers, all that is required for a restful stay is clean, comfortable accommodation. But it’s the immaculate, contemporary-styled bathrooms, replete with thick towels and plenty of space, that have struck a chord with recent visitors to the Loden Hotel.

That isn’t to imply the bathrooms were more important than the room’s other features, such as the floor-to-ceiling windows, flat-screen TVs, and soft beds. Recent visitors have also praised the courteous hotel employees, whom they characterize as very attentive. When visitors are not unwinding in their accommodations, they can visit the spa suite for a massage or dine at the on-site Tableau Bar Bistro.

Hotel Class: 4.5 Star
Cost Per Night: $380
Awards: 3 critic awards

 

9.Fairmont Le Château Frontenac

Fairmont le château frontenac
Fairmont le château frontenac

The Fairmont Le Château Frontenac’s majestic façade isn’t the only thing this historic hotel has going for it. Guests are delighted with extravagant furnishings and magnificent views of the St. Lawrence River and Old Québec (Vieux-Québec) as soon as they enter.

The beautiful scenery continues to the guestrooms, including cable TV, coffee makers, and free Wi-Fi (for a fee). The hotel’s ideal position – a stone’s throw from Québec City’s top attractions – is what sets this AccorHotels branch apart from competitors, according to recent guests. Soothe any remaining tension at the spa if you have any spare time between walking the city streets and viewing historic places.

Hotel Class: 5 Star
Cost Per Night: $430
Awards: 4 critic awards

 

8.Four Seasons Hotel Toronto

Four Seasons Hotel Toronto
Four Seasons Hotel Toronto

The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto’s stylish suites mirror the attractiveness of its Yorkville setting. The hotel’s rooms and suites, which feature fine decor and modern conveniences such as an in-room iPad for accessing Four Seasons services and bathrooms with deep soaking tubs,

With views of the nearby shops and cafes. Despite the variety of neighbouring restaurants, customers recommend dining on-site; both Café Boulud and the d|bar lounge feature Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud’s French-inspired meals. Serenity-seekers adore the spa’s vast, elegant setting, including an indoor pool, a steam room, and a salon.

Hotel Class: 5 Star
Cost Per Night: $505
Awards: 4 critic awards

 

7.Wedgewood Hotel & Spa

Wedgewood hotel & spa
Wedgewood hotel & spa

The best part of staying at the Wedgewood Hotel & Spa in downtown Vancouver – which is just feet away from high-end boutiques on Robson Street – is an outstanding service. The personnel at this Relais & Châteaux establishment have been exceptionally attentive, gracious, and charming.

The well-appointed accommodations, including complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, Nespresso coffee makers, and more, are also praised. The enormous bathrooms, including marble accents, large soaking tubs, and L’Occitane amenities, are also well-received by guests. Visit the on-site spa or the award-winning Bacchus Restaurant & Lounge for some extra pampering.

Hotel Class: 5 Star
Cost Per Night: $243
Awards: 3 critic awards

 

6.Four Seasons Resort and Residences

Four Seasons Resort and Residences
Four Seasons Resort and Residences

The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Whistler is located along the northern base of Blackcomb Mountain and is known for its beautiful surroundings, luxury accommodations, and excellent service. Previous guests advise getting a room with a view of the mountains.

These rooms are more expensive than other lodgings, including luxury bath items, flat-screen TVs, and complimentary Wi-Fi. There is also a plethora of activities to select from. Skiing and sleigh rides are available in the winter, while hiking and whitewater rafting are available in the summer. You can also relax in the heated outdoor pool, revitalize with maple syrup and brown sugar scrubs, or partake in wine tastings at any time of year.

Hotel Class: 5 Star
Cost Per Night: $207
Awards: 5 critic awards

 

5.Fairmont Pacific Rim

Fairmont Pacific Rim
Fairmont Pacific Rim

While the Fairmont Pacific Rim offers a long list of exquisite amenities, its location in downtown Vancouver sets it apart from the competition. The Canada Place cruise ship terminal on the Coal Harbour waterfront is direct across the street from the hotel.

Recent customers said the views from the rooms and rooftop are magnificent because of the hotel’s location. Relax poolside in one of the private cabanas when you’re not gazing out over the harbour. Visitors recommend booking a treatment at the Willow Stream Spa for even more tranquilly. Botanist, which provides regionally sourced meals, will keep you pampered.

Hotel Class: 5 star
Cost Per Night: $431
Awards: 3 critic awards

 

4.The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto

The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto

This Ritz-Carlton resort, located in the Financial District (only one block north of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre), provides convenient access to the city’s shopping, dining, and attractions. The guest rooms and suites of the hotel include floor-to-ceiling windows with views of Lake Ontario or the surrounding cityscape.

The marble bathrooms in the apartments are particularly spectacular, with a rain shower and a big soaking tub in each. There are a few on-site dining alternatives when it’s time to eat. The Ritz Bar is open all day and serves various drinks and snacks, while TOCA restaurant delivers richly flavoured Italian meals.

Hotel Class: 5 Star
Cost Per Night: $522
Awards: 4 critic awards

 

3.Fogo Island Inn

Fogo Island Inn
Fogo Island Inn

The Fogo Island Inn isn’t like any other hotel. The inn is built on stilts to avoid damaging the rocky terrain it lies on. It has a modern, almost futuristic architectural design that contrasts with the centuries-old fishing community it resides in.

The inn cultivates a familial, intimate ambiance thanks to its secluded position on Fogo Island (off the northeast coast of Newfoundland, Canada), which previous guests liked. Fogo Island offers seven-season activities as well as Guided geology, Nature hikes. Whether your favourite season is winter, spring, summer, or fall, they’re activities for everyone while staying at Fogo Island. the inn has all of the unique features you might want for a pleasant, private weekend.

Hotel Class: 5 Star
Cost Per Night: $2075
Awards: 3 critic awards

 

2.Rosewood Hotel Georgia

Rosewood Hotel Georgia
Rosewood Hotel Georgia

The Rosewood Hotel Georgia caters to tourists that place a premium on luxury. The staff’s attention to detail, according to recent visitors, makes guests feel like kings. The hotel’s 156 rooms and suites aren’t bad either: Views of the hotel’s inner courtyard or the Vancouver skyline are available, as are flat-screen TVs, Nespresso coffee machines, and complimentary Wi-Fi.

With enormous cotton bath linens and heated flooring, the bathrooms are equally spectacular. Treat yourself to a visit to Sense, A Rosewood Spa, for some extra pampering. The swanky Reflections: The Garden Terrace (open during the warmer months) serves beverages and small dishes when hunger strikes.

Hotel Class: 5 Star
Cost Per Night: $446
Awards: 4 critic awards

 

1.Ritz-Carlton Montréal

Ritz-Carlton Montréal
Ritz-Carlton Montréal

The Ritz-Carlton, Montréal, lives up to the brand’s reputation by offering opulent accommodations and exceptional service in a convenient location for both business and pleasure travellers.

This Ritz-Carlton wins great praise for its elegant guest rooms, designed in neutral tones with vibrant pink highlights and located in downtown Montreal (within walking distance of Mont-Royal Park and the McGill University campus). All rooms have 47-inch LCD flat-screen televisions and bathrooms with rain showers, flat-screen televisions, and heated toilet seats. There is also a fitness centre and a tiny rooftop pool on the property, but no garden or patio.

Hotel Class: 5 Star
Cost Per Night: $547
Awards: 4 critic awards