Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Top 5 Luxury Hotels in Canada

The Hotel Grand Pacific



This Luxury Victoria Hotel will blow you away with a breathtaking view of the city by the water. Located in the heart of Victoria's Inner Harbour, you'll be able to view the most beautiful garden city in Canada.

The Hotel Grand Pacific will cost you from $139-$400 (Depending on the season, and promotional considerations)



The Sutton Place Hotel



Calgary Alberta is home to the Calgary Stampede, and a ton of crazy cowboy antics. It's like Canada's Texas. However, there are still some amazing hotels here, but most amazing is the Sutton Place Hotel.

You'll get a room with a view of the city, and five-star service. This hotel features a "Chocoholic buffet", the city's only Chocolate Buffet. And it only costs $16 per person, and includes a drink.



This hotel will run you about $139-$250 per night.



The InterContinental Hotel




Located in the heart of Toronto, the InterContinental hotel
speaks the language of Luxury. With 4 types of rooms available, you can get what you need to relax in the perfect atmosphere. With tons of features, you can't go wrong if you're looking for a Luxury Hotel in Toronto. Fully loaded board rooms and meeting rooms, for you workaholics out there.

This hotel could run you about $175-$550 a night! (Toronto IS an expensive city)



The Hotel de la Montagne



The self-proclaimed "most famous hotel in Montreal
" is perfect in its luxury.

With 5 types of rooms, you're bound to find something you want to sink into. The Hotel de la Montagne is probably best known for it's entertainment and night life. With restaurants and even a Club surrounding it, you can't go wrong if you like to party. Th' Club is always packed with fun-loving partiers, and saving money on a cab is an even better excuse to spend a night in this hotel. Th' Club was also voted "best place to meet someone of the opposite sex" four years in a row! This might appeal to you single folks out there!

The Hotel de la Montagne will cost around $178 and up, per night.



Lord Elgin Hotel



I don't know who Lord Elgin was, or what he did, but I'm sure he was a stand-up guy. He must have been, to have this fantastic hotel in his name. This place is great, offering free highspeed wifi in all rooms, and many other ammenities. Close to the city, and close to nature. Explore some fascinating sites and then kick back and have a nap in the comfy beds.

The Lord Elgin hotel will cost around $179 and up per night. Not bad, considering you're right in the heart of the city!

61 comments:

  1. The Victoria looks really nice.

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  2. sweet post, i wanna go canada :)

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  3. keep up the good work
    and thanks for the informations in this post

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  4. these hotels are really amazing the hotel grand pacific was my favorite

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  5. I think I stayed at the InterContinental. Damned bad memory...

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  6. Most of those didn't seem that expensive compared to what you might pay in the states.

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  7. Hope to stay at a place of this quality.. one day

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  8. That's a nice hotel wouldn't mind staying there for my vacations.

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  9. Thanks for commenting on my last post! Your input will help me with my next one.

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  10. Nice looking hotel Canada is a place everyone should visit it once it's a great place.

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  11. i love canada, only been to BC once but i loved it

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  12. I've stayed at the Hotel Grand Pacific in Victoria... only for four days but ummm damn it was nice; Ultimately from what I have seen you spend 99% of your trip out of the hotel <3 and it's only a ferry ride away for me woots.

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  13. ive always liked canada. if it wasnt cold i would move there

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  14. Wow, looks lovely. I'd like to visit someday.

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  15. If only canada wasn't cold, those are some pretty nice prices for hotels.

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  16. Nice places. Wish I could afford to stay in them, haha.

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  17. omg i will never put a step on there

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  18. haven't been to Victoria but I really want to go! That might be where I stay if I do go :)

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  19. I wanna visit that chocolate buffet lol

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  20. Hotels like that would actually make me go to canada....maybe

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  21. When I went to Canada, the one McDonald's we went to was hella nice. And then we all sat down and they served us food. I was baked and had no idea what was happening.

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  22. Been to Montreal, was really nice. I'd love to see more

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  23. Haha they look pretty nice, I gotta check them out ;)

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  24. Canada's Texas?
    oh god no more texas

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  25. Wow, these hotels look so nice, and the prices are so cheap for being right in the heart of the city, would love to visit canada one day

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  26. The InterContinental Hotel it's very cool, but I think it's very expensive, would be nice if your job pays for it!

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  27. The sutton had me at chocoholic bufett lol

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  28. Always been living in Canada, probably always will! Beautiful place deserves nice places to stay.

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  29. Wow the grand pacific hotel looks amazing!

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  30. Wow, those are beautiful places, and very reasonably priced too!

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  31. wish Canada had some beaches... cause they know how to build their hotels

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  32. Great post I love viewing it erreday. But today is my firsts so reciprocate!

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  33. Hotel Grand Pacific is amazing, I only stood in the lobby and was blown away!

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  34. not too shabby at all, I like the Victoria, following and supporting

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  35. Wow, canada seems intensely beautiful!

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  36. Those hotels look beautiful! I'm going to have to come hang out in Canada!

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  37. I've heard many things about Intercontinental hotel. That's a place I would really like to visit one day.

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  38. woww, the victoria looks amazing! I live in Vancouver myself.. But these places are way too expensive for me :(

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  39. I kind of wanted to go to Canada and then I just moved to Germany instead. :)

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  40. you said you woujld follow me but you did not!

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  41. I had always wanted to go to canada !

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  42. for how nice they look, they really aren't that expensive.

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  43. Those are some classy looking establishments!

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  44. great places! and good pictures too

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  45. Nice Hotel Guide describe the next time some restaurants.

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  46. When it comes to your post, GTL can also stand for "Great Thoughts at Length"... keep it up!

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  47. Nothing in Vancouver? D=


    http://quarterqwerty.blogspot.com/

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