Far from a place to just rest your head, where you stay has the potential to be the main attraction! From cozy to kitschy, the growing selection of Instagram-worthy lodging from coast to coast to coast may just make staying indoors the best part of your trip to Canada.
Algonquin Provincial Park’s year-round yurts are fully loaded with electrical heating and bunk beds for comfortable nights after days immersed in quintessentially Canadian nature.
Drift off in a traditional tipi before ducking out for a look at the aurora borealis in the Northwest Territories at Yellowknife’s Aurora Village. Or in the Yukon, watch the celestial show from one of Northern Tales Travel Service's prospector-style wall tents, once used by gold seekers.
Free Spirit Spheres are whimsical wooden shelters suspended from the treetops of the coastal rainforest on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
At the oceanfront Wickaninnish Inn, layer on the slickers and gumboots and embrace the wind, waves and wild skies on a walk along Vancouver Island’s long, open beaches.
The Eagle's Eye is Canada’s most elevated five-star restaurant. Atop the mountain of Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, it sits at 7,700 ft. And at Eagle’s Eye Suites, guests enjoy their own butler and private chef.
The internationally acclaimed Fogo Island Inn is so remote that the journey itself is an adventure. The architecturally stunning luxury retreat and community revitalization project is set on the rocky coastline of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Live out your "Frozen" fantasies at Hôtel de Glace near Québec City, created new every year entirely from ice and snow. The fortress has 44 themed rooms with fur-lined sleeping nooks, a crystalline bar, ornate chandeliers and ice sculptures, a chapel, and frosty cocktail glasses.