Beautiful hotels across Canada Image by: The Walper Hotel
Great views, stunning decor and, of course, a touch of Canadian hospitality—what's not to love about this list of great hotels, inns and lodges to explore Canada.
From Vancouver Island to Charlottetown, there's a gorgeous hotel, inn, lodge or resort that's just waiting to make your Canadian travels amazing. Trust us—we've looked for some of the prettiest spots to stay, and here's our list of must-check-out locales. Most of them boast beautiful views, great amenities and of course, great style.
The Walper Hotel
This Kitchener, Ontario-located boutique hotel has been around since 1893—though it recently got a mega face lift. Now you can enjoy the clean and modern decor in spacious rooms. Make sure to sample some of the local goodies that are in the rooms too—pour-over coffee and local treats and beverages are definitely worth checking out. Oh, and don't forget to try the doughnuts. walper.com.
The June Motel
The June is located in super trendy Prince Edward County, Ontario and really leans into Instagram-friendly aesthetic. This includes palm prints, lots of milennial pink and cute added touches. Because of it's locale, you'll want to sample the local wine and explore this rich and vibrant area. thejunemotel.com.
The Wickaninnish Inn
This Tofino, British Columbia Inn might not be the easiest to get to, but the view alone is worth the trek. Expect to find a celebration of nature throughout, but make sure to also sample the food offered up in the space. The celebrated restaurants and chefs are not to be missed. wickinn.com.
The Opus Hotel in Vancouver is the bright answer to modern minimalism. Expect to find lots of colour in a simple setting—perfect for all your on-the-go photos if you ask us. vancouver.opushotel.com.
Fogo Island Inn
Another hard-to-get-to-but-totally-worth-it locale, Fogo Island is small, but mighty, especially when it comes to embracing nature and celebrating the local. It's known for the completely modern architecture and the interesting artist residence buildings that dot the landscape. fogoislandinn.ca.
This boutique hotel lives in the heart of Old Montreal, so it's not surprise the architecture has a bit of that European charm. The beautiful building is modern on the inside, juxtaposing interesting furniture with retro photographs and exposed brick walls—it's a delight for the eyes. hotelgault.com.
Metterra Hotel on Whyte
The Metterra Hotel in Edmonton, Alberta is sleek on the inside but with enough warm wood and cozy furniture to feel homey (in a good way) at the same time. metterra.com.
The Mere Hotel in Winnipeg is stunning as soon as you glance at it—the colourful exterior makes ensures that you can't take your eyes off it. Thankfully, the interior is just as pleasing, with gorgeous rooms as well as a commitment to the highest environmentally-friendly standards. merehotel.com.
Sooke Harbour House
On Vancouver Island, British Columbia, The Sooke Harbour House boats 28 guest rooms that feature local artowrk and antiques so you can really make the most of your BC experience. Although you'll probably spend most of your time taking in the stunning views. sookeharbourhouse.com.
Fairmont Lake Louise
It would be hard to list the stunning hotels in Canada without including this Lake Louise staple, the Fairmont. Although a chain, the view from this locale is nothing short of breathtaking—and with a global reputation to uphold, you know your expereince at the hotel will be top notch. fairmont.com/lake-louise/.
Rosewood Hotel Georgia
Despite it's southern moniker, this hotel is found in Vancouver. Expect old world opulence with modern touches. Thanks to it's opening in 1927, the hotel has a great vintage feel with plush surroundings. rosewoodhotels.com.
Ditch traditional hotels and book a cabin in the Yukon if you'll be planning a trip to the north. Though the amenities are simple, you'll find everything you need for an adventurous time. sundogretreat.com.
The Algonquin Resort
This New Brunswick located spot is full of great amenities (an indoor and outdoor pool, a stunnign patio and a great ballroom for all your party needs), though the building itself, and the accompanying views speak for themselves. algonquinresort.com.
Lord Nelson Hotel & Suites
This Halifax, Nova Scotia hotel is brimming with history and vintage glamour. The Lord Nelson Hotel & Suites was built back in 1928 and maintains much of it’s historical charm while still feeling modern and elegant. The Lord Nelson Hotel also has a perfect view of the 16-acre Halifax Public Gardens that are a must-visit. lordnelsonhotel.ca.
The Hotel on Pownal
You can find this hotel in downtown Charlottetown in PEI. This clean and modern hotel includes natural wood finished in its decor and soft greys and whites in its colour palette. hotelonpownal.com.