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|Average price in Canada:||$148/night|
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Howard Johnson Plaza by Wyndham by the Falls / Niagara Falls
5905 Victoria Avenue, Niagara Falls, ON, Canada
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Radisson Hotel & Suites Fallsview
6733 Fallsview Boulevard, Niagara Falls, ON, Canada
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Skyline Hotel & Waterpark
4800 Bender Hill, Niagara Falls, ON, Canada
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Four Seasons Resort Whistler
4591 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC, Canada
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Canadians are immensely proud of their nation and for good reason, as snow-capped mountains, world-class cities and a unique indigenous culture await in the Great White North. Whether you’re craving culture, scenery, adventure or relaxation, Canada will leave you inspired.
Whether you’re touring the Rocky Mountains or exploring Nova Scotia, there are plenty of chances to get up close with tooth-and-claw wildlife in Canada. Keep your eyes peeled for black bears, moose, cougars and bald eagles. For unique experiences, try orca kayaking and grizzly bear watching trips in Vancouver Island.
From BBQ joints to vegan restaurants, you won’t go hungry in Canada. On the West Coast, sink your teeth into signature Canadian dishes such as wild Pacific salmon and poutine, hot chips loaded with gravy, cheese curds and spring onions. Wash down your meal with a Caesar, a savoury vodka cocktail made with clamato juice, hot sauce and a celery salt rim.
Stepping foot in Quebec, you’ll feel as though you’ve been transported to France. Montreal is a feast for the eyes, with magnificent architecture and churches on every corner. In Quebec City you’ll be charmed by cobbled streets, centuries-old buildings and a distinctive French culture.
While gems like Banff National Park and Whistler Blackcomb are iconic, it’s worth adding lesser-known destinations to your Canadian itinerary. Venture off the beaten track and explore incredible destinations such as Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. Spend your days strolling around postcard-perfect fishing villages, admiring historic lighthouses and filling up on lobster rolls.
Urbanites will feel right at home in Toronto, one of the biggest cities in North America. Set on the shores of Lake Ontario, this world-class city boasts soaring skyscrapers, lush urban parks and dozens of culturally diverse neighbourhoods.
Canada is serviced by several major airports, including Vancouver, Toronto Pearson, Calgary and Montreal, while other major travel hubs include Edmonton and Ottawa MacDonald International. Domestic flights offer connections between Western, Central and Eastern Canada. Renting a car or campervan is a great way to explore Canada independently.
When visiting Canada, consider checking out Toronto, Montreal, and Mississauga as some of the most sought after locations.
Embassy Suites by Hilton Niagara Falls Fallsview, rated with a score of 7.1 from 7,391 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Canada. Other top stays include Marriott Downtown at CF Toronto Eaton Centre, with an average rating of 8.5 from 1,074 reviewers, and Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac, with a score of 8.8 from 1,562 reviewers.
You can look for hotels in Canada close to popular bars and clubs, so you’ll be free to enjoy the local nightlife scene. One of the best cities for year-round fun is Calgary, a great place for partying into the early hours. Commonwealth Bar and Stage in Downtown is a great warehouse venue for live shows, DJs and dancing. If you want to be a short walk from this club, you could stay at The Fairmont Palliser. If you’re after the jazz scene, then look no further than Toronto. Lula Lounge in Little Portugal is a bar with a Latin jazz theme. You can stay at the Hyatt Regency Toronto, only a quick taxi ride away. For those after a foodie experience, Victoria is a great place to visit. With more restaurants per capita than any other city, you’ll have a great range to pick from. You’ll be able to enjoy a great range of sustainably-sourced seafood dishes at restaurants such as Ferris’ Oyster Bar in the Downtown.
There are loads of things to do in Canada for families. Take your kids to see Niagara Falls near St. Catherine’s; the world-famous waterfall will leave your children in awe. You can stay at Great Wolf Lodge Niagara Falls, only a stone’s throw from the popular attraction. The Canadian Children’s Museum in the Hull area of Ottowa is also a great location for families. Designed specifically for kids, it has over 15,000 items for children to enjoy, including ‘The Great Adventure’, where they can explore other parts of the world. Alternatively, head over to La Ronde theme park on St. Helen’s Island, Montreal, where there are rides for the whole family. You can stay at Hotel Les Suites Labelle, only a short car journey away from this park.
There are some great things to see in Canada. One of the most popular festivals is K-Days, which is a ten-day event that takes place in Edmonton. Combining music, adventure and food, it’s a great cultural event. You can stay at The Westin Edmonton, which is the Downtown part of the city, where you will be close to all the action. Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada in Old Toronto is also a must-see, where you can get up close and personal to a range of marine life. If you want to indulge in some history, head over to Old Quebec, where you can stroll around the only remaining fortified walls in North America. If you want to stay close to this part of the city, then you can stay at Canada accommodation like Hotel Manoir Victoria.
There is some great accommodation in Canada offering direct access to lovely beaches. You could stay at Rodd Royalty on Prince Edward Island, only a short drive away from idyllic beaches such as Greenwich Beach. On the country’s west coast, there is also Vancouver Island, which offers great sea for surfing. If you stay at Canada hotels like Best Western Plus Tin Wis Resort, you’ll be a quick trip away from Wickaninnish Beach. In Quebec, there is also a beach you visit, which is in the heart of the city. Baie De Beauport is great for swimming, boating and beach sports.