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The Most Expensive Hotels In Canada

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The Most Expensive Hotels In Canada

Canada is a country that offers variety, from multicultural areas to geographic opposites. Many dream of coming to Canada and experiencing the panoramic views of the Rocky mountains or Fall foliage. However, if you decide to come to Canada, without a doubt you will need a place to stay. If you are looking to make the most of you visit and wish to splurge on the best hotels than look at what Canada’s most expensive hotels have to offer.

5. The Fairmont Chateau, Lake Louise, Alberta

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Alberta is Canada’s most pricey summer destination. Enjoy the views of Peyto Lake in Banff National Park plus a stay at The Fairmont Chateau. Nestled in the mountains of Banff National Park, a night here in a royal suite would cost you $1,449 or a regular room of only $449. One can enjoy horseback, mountain biking or a guided hike.

It is globally recognized for its “progressive environmental stewardship and responsible tourism.” Lake Louise is also one of the most photographed landscapes in Canada. The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise offers family vacation packages. During summer, the place offers mountain biking, horseback riding, hiking, canoeing, and fishing, among others. In the winter, one can enjoy ice skating, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, skiing, heli-tours, and the likes.

4. The W, Montreal, Quebec

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Spend a luxurious night in an Extreme Wow Suite at the W worth $2,499 which comes with free champagne when you arrive in the room. Try the hotel’s hot air balloon rides and a bath filled with the aromatic smell of rose petals. For a cheaper urban experience, a regular king room costs $419 per night.

3. King Pacific Lodge, Princess Royal Island, British Columbia

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This luxurious eco-adventure resort would cost you $4,750 for a three-night stay up to $12,300 inclusive of food, drink, daily tours and activities on the ocean and within the Great Bear Rainforest. If you want an aerial adventure, you can opt for a helicopter ride for an additional cost.

It also offers ecotourism vacations. It was named the Best Resort in Canada from 2008-2012.

2. The Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, Flores Island, British Columbia

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A three-night stay at The Clayoquot Wilderness Resort for $5,500 is a one of a kind experience. It comes with a roundtrip airfare from Vancouver exclusive with meals, beverages, snacks, adventure activities and spa massages. Guests can preferably stay at the luxurious tents with wood stoves and full bathrooms.

The resort is just a scenic 45-minute travel via seaplane and a 30-minute boat ride from Tofino. The resort is also a favorite among families especially couples, grandparents and school-age children.

1. The Fairmont Pacific Rim, Vancouver, British Columbia

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It is considered the most expensive hotel in all of Canada. With high-end suites, a night at The Fairmont Pacific Rim costs $6,000 for a Chairman’s Suite. It is a 2,650-square-foot Balinese-inspired, glass-walled building, overlooking the Stanley Park and the mountains. The hotel comes with a two-story living room, guestrooms, eight-foot long Swarovski crystal chandelier, 500-square-foot bathroom, hand-carved soaker tub, private rooftop garden, outdoor fireplace and state-of-the-art technology, among others.

The 377-room hotel is sophisticated and cosmopolitan but casual and contemporary. It offers Urban Oasis at the Willow Stream Spa, rooftop pool, Jacuzzis, infrared sauna and meditation pods. For meetings and conventions, you can maximize the 15,000 square feet conference space.

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