Far from a place to just rest your head, where you stays has the potential to be the main attraction! From the cozy to kitschy, the growing selection of Instagram-worthy lodging from coast to coast may just make staying indoors the best part of your trip to Canada.
Algonquin Provincial Park’s year-round yurts are come with electrical heating and bunk beds, so you’ll have comfortable nights after your days immersed in picturesque nature.
In the Northwest Territories, at Yellowknife’s Aurora Village, sleep in a traditional teepee before popping out for a look at the Northern Lights.
In the Yukon, Northern Tales Travel Service will transport you to a comfortable prospector-style wall tent once used by gold seekers for a night of aurora viewing.
Free Spirit Spheres, on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, are fantastical, wooden, spherical shelters suspended from the treetops of a coastal rainforest.
Perched on the churning Pacific in Tofino, British Columbia, the Wickaninnish Inn takes its wild weather appreciation seriously. "The Wick" provides guests with outdoor gear so they can feel Mother Nature's force first-hand.
Perched at the top of the mountain, some 2,347 metres up, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort’s Eagle’s Eye Suites come complete with your own butler and private chef.
The Fogo Island Inn is an architecturally-stunning, luxury hotel is set next to the sea along the rocky coastline of Newfoundland.
Created every winter, the Hôtel de Glace features 44 whimsical themed rooms with fur-lined sleeping nooks, a crystalline bar, ornate chandeliers and sculptures, a frozen chapel, and frosty cocktail glasses, all made of ice.