11 Best Hotels Near Calgary Airport

11 Best Hotels Near Calgary Airport

Calgary is a city in North America with many surprises. In addition to their lively and fun nightlife, they also have great dining spots and spectacular views all around. The host of the 1988 Winter Olympics is also popular with travelers thanks to the Calgary Stampede, the largest festival in all of Canada. But if…

11 Best Hotels in Quebec City

11 Best Hotels in Quebec City

Quebec City is one of the oldest European settlements in North America, dating to 1608. Among the city’s landmarks is Château Frontenac. This 1892 resort counts among the best hotels in Quebec City, Canada. The metropolis is particularly famous for the surrounding ramparts. In 1985, UNESCO declared the entire section a World Heritage Site. Overall,…

11 Best Hotels in Montreal

11 Best Hotels in Montreal

Montreal is a bustling, fun-loving agglomeration in Canada’s Quebec province. The city, founded in 1642, lies on the Island of Montreal and a few much smaller peripheral islands. The major island acts as a cultural, political, and business hub of the metropolis. It is likewise home to most tourist attractions and the best hotels in…

11 Best Hotels in Calgary

11 Best Hotels in Calgary

Calgary is one of the liveliest cities in Canada. It’s located at an elevation of 1,048m and enjoys more sunshine than any other city in the country. Calgary retains a certain ‘cowboy charm’ with many residents and visitors alike sporting cowboy boots and wide-brimmed hats. The metropolitan area is home to impressive skyscrapers, as well…

11 Best Hotels in Toronto

11 Best Hotels in Toronto

Located at the shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto is the most populous city in Canada. Like Vancouver, Toronto is also divided into neighborhoods. The oldest St. Lawrance neighborhood dates to 1793. It borders with more contemporary Financial and Entertainment Districts. The area is home to many museums, galleries, sports clubs, and some of the best hotels…

11 Best Hotels in Vancouver

11 Best Hotels in Vancouver

Vancouver is a vibrant, fun-loving city on the west coast of the Pacific Ocean in British Columbia. This bustling seaport is one of Canada’s most culturally diverse urban centers. Almost 50 percent of its residents are native speakers of neither English nor French. The rich ethnic heritage shaped Vancouver into a site that spoils visitors…

11 Best Hotels in Victoria

11 Best Hotels in Victoria

A combination of land and sea, Victoria offers countless attractions, from mountains, valleys, beaches, lakes, and bays. There are many activities you can do all day in Victoria. You can stroll around the city streets and visit museums and landmarks. Or you can shop and dine at some famous restaurants and cafes. For sports and…

Top 11 Gay Friendly Hotels In Vancouver

Top 11 Gay Friendly Hotels In Vancouver

The ocean-wrapped Vancouver is all about jaw-dropping vistas, a delish cuisine, and a multi-hued culture. It is not only home to Canada’s most ethnically diverse population but also Western Canada’s largest LGBTQ+ population. Every year, thousands of gay tourists visit Vancouver to explore a city where LGBTQ folks are woven into its very fabric. In fact,…

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Top 11 Gay Friendly Hotels In Toronto

Toronto is more than just a cosmopolitan city; it is a cultural phenomenon. Its denizens literally have roots across the world. A veritable hub of fine dining, shopping, theater, and arts, Toronto is also one of the world’s greatest epicenters of LGBTQ+ culture. With its vibrant international sensibilities, Toronto is one of the world’s only…

Top 11 Things To Do In Winnipeg

Top 11 Things To Do In Winnipeg

Winnipeg’s strategic location at the confluence of the Assiniboine and Red Rivers, and at the eastern edge of the Canadian Prairies, has earned it the sobriquet ‘Gateway to the West.’ The largest city of Canada’s Manitoba province is a surprisingly sophisticated melting pot of culture. There is much to see and experience in this city…

Top 12 Things To Do In Calgary

Top 12 Things To Do In Calgary

Nestled alongside the Bow River and perched at the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, Calgary is the fifth largest city in Canada. Located in the province of Alberta, the city of Calgary has often made it to the top of the list of the cleanest cities in the world. Many people visit Calgary to hit…

Top 10 Things To Do In Victoria

Top 10 Things To Do In Victoria

Located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island in Canada, lies the aptly named ‘Garden City’, Victoria. Known for the mildest winters in Canada and an abundance of green parks and spaces, Victoria boasts a myriad of attractions. This beautiful, artsy and charming ode to British architecture is home to museums, English-style pubs and some…

Top 9 Things To Do In Quebec City

Top 9 Things To Do In Quebec City

Loaded with history and culture, Québec City is unique among North American cities and maintains its European roots with a predominantly French-speaking society. With its cobblestone streets, 17th and 18th-century architecture and outdoor cafes, Old Québec has a European-style charm. It is a magical wonderland in the winter and a breathtaking landscape in the summer…

Top Things To Do In Vancouver

Top 6 Things To Do In Vancouver

Vancouver is a seaport city located on the western side of Canada. This marvelous city truly is a melting pot, by far one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse modern metropolis we have ever visited. It is, according to the statistics, the third most “livable place in the world” for its high standard of…

Top Things To Do In Toronto

Top 7 Things To Do In Toronto

If there is a city where we really felt at home, that was Toronto. This incredible city is one of the cleanest, safest, most peaceful and most cosmopolitan cities in the world. One can listen to more than 180 languages in one day while wandering around Toronto. It truly is a melting pot, always ready…

Top 10 Things To Do In Montreal

Top 10 Things To Do In Montreal

It is the second-largest French-speaking city in the world (after Paris), originally called Ville-Marie, Montreal is named after Mount Royal, the triple-peaked hill located in the heart of the city. The main city of Montréal occupies a 48 km (30 miles) long island along with the convergence of the St. Lawrence and Ottawa rivers. The…