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Take a holiday in Canada and explore the sprawling Canadian Rockies or savour the Atlantic Ocean's salty breezes. The bustling multiculturalism of Vancouver and Toronto will make your holidays in Canada an exciting escape. Discover one of thousands of freshwater lakes or surf the waves at Pacific Ocean beaches in British Columbia.
Book your flights to Canada with us and discover a world of contrasts. Whether you head north to explore the hot springs and gorges of Nahanni National Park Reserve (keep an eye out for bears) in summer, or glide across snowy slopes on a skiing holiday in Whistler come winter – we’ll have a Canadian adventure for you.
Venture through vast wilderness as you follow the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia, listen to the powerful plunge of Niagara Falls and if you have time, see the beauty of Haida Gwaii. Visit the Rocky Mountains shimmering turquoise lakes near Calgary in the summertime and go wildlife watching, canoeing and mountain biking. When the snow begins to fall over winter, lookout for glistening ice waterfalls, grab a pair of skis and warm up with hot chocolate.
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Our recommended holidays in Canada
Canada is a year-round destination, and we offer a sensational selection of hotels for the height of summertime and the glistening snowy winters. Choose from dazzling lakeside retreats, chalet lodges close to epic ski resorts and stylish accommodation in the centre of Canada’s coolest cities.
Thinking about taking a trip to Toronto? Stay at the Fairmont Royal York, an opulent sanctuary in the heart of Toronto. When you’re not out and about exploring, unwind in the spa, sip cocktails in The Library Bar and tuck into award-winning cuisine at this Downtown hotel.
Planning a ski trip of dreams? Whistler is with no doubt a world-class resort. Just imagine, gliding across pillows of snow on a bluebird day and gazing across magical mountain terrain. Book a ski holiday at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler with its extraordinary location, luxurious elegance across the hotel, as well as a spa and heated pool to relax in after days on the slopes.
Ready to explore Vancouver and beyond? You can when you book a stay at the Rosedale On Robson Suite Hotel. Close to all the city action, this hotel makes for a great base. Discover the nearby entertainment and sports area and spend other days venturing across the nearby waters or further to mesmerising national parks.
Thinking of a trip to Montreal? Take a holiday in Eastern Canada and book your break at the Intercontinental Montreal. Savour this five-star city sanctuary – where you can relax after adventurous days. From here, you can wander around both the new and old parts of the city, explore the harbour or take day trips out of town to see more.
Whether you are planning your dream trip to Canada or a road trip to see as much of this epic destination, discover our selection of three-star hotels. Find a pad with a comfortable room for rest in Vancouver, before venturing to Whistler. Or book a simple hotel with breakfast in Toronto, for the perfect base to explore more of Eastern Canada.
Thinking about a four-star stay in Canada? Take a look at our fantastic selection from east to west. Discover a delightful Downtown hotel in Montreal or savour a harbourside stay in Toronto. Find the perfect summer retreat in Calgary, close to enchanting lakes and the Canadian Rockies or book a hotel surrounded by snowy mountains in Whistler for a ski holiday.
Ready for a taste of five-star living? From hotels dripping in lavish furnishings, sparkling swimming pools and serene spas – check out our luxury hotels in Canada. Whether you’re looking for ultimate relaxation hotel in Whistler after big ski days on the mountains, an opulent city break hotel in Vancouver or a hot spot to meet all your needs in Toronto, you can discover it with us.
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From the majestic Rocky Mountains to its cosmopolitan cities, humble Canada has plenty of allure. When it comes to music the country plays second fiddle to its noisy southern neighbour, but you might be surprised by just how many stars this country has produced. From Bryan Adams and Alanis Morrisette, to Neil Young and Joni Mitchell, discover them all in our specially curated playlist.
Eastern or Western Canada?
With such a vast choice of country to cover, Canada offers the best of everything. Whether you’re looking to get outdoors in Vancouver, try foodie bites in Montreal, see the cowboys of Calgary or watch ice hockey in Toronto – you’ll find something epic here. Take a look at our east meets west guide.
Built as a cabin for explorers, Fairmont Lake Louise provides the perfect winter retreat. When you’re off the world-class slopes, go skating on the lake around the Ice Castle, and wind down in the new hot spot – Alpine Social, with a sharing plate of comfort food, or warm up in the Ice Bar with a spiked hot chocolate. Book a stay on ba.com/lakelouise #Travel #FairmontLakeLouise #Winter #Canada150 #AlpineSocial
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Make the most of your Canada holiday
Explore the diversity of Canada, with its wealth of lakes, picturesque mountains and native wildlife. Beyond the breathtaking scenery are some of the most stylish, cosmopolitan cities.
What are the best things to do in Canada?
1. Witness the splendour of one of the largest waterfalls in the world on a tour from Toronto. Niagara Falls sits between two of Canada’s most impressive lakes - Lake Erie and Huron. A staggering 600,000 gallons of water travels down furiously every second. For added excitement, book the Niagra Falls Freedom tour where you’ll ride aboard the Hornblower Niagara Cruise and experience the full effect of spectacular waterfalls: Horseshoe Falls, The Bridal Veil Falls and the American Falls.
2. Looking for a challenge? Book a tour of Capilano Suspension Bridge from Vancouver – the world’s longest suspension bridge hangs 230 feet above the Capilano River and is surrounded by abundant forests. This thrilling treetop adventure allows you to see some of Vancouver’s most diverse wildlife and ecosystems from a bird’s eye view.
3. Spend a day exploring Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. The museum houses a diverse collection of international and Canadian artworks, as well as sculptures, decorative arts and antiquities. Its international art collection has more than 1,400 artworks from renowned artists including Henry Moore, El Greco, Rembrandt.
4. Ride up the outside elevator to the observation decks of the CN Tower in Toronto. The LookOut Level offers spectacular views stretching 160 km away and its Glass Floor will test your nerve.
5. Go whale watching in Vancouver and keep your eyes peeled for Killer and Humpback whales.
What are the best places to visit in Canada?
Book fly-drive Canada holidays and create unforgettable memories that will last forever – travelling to must-see locations such as the Rockies and the Maritimes. Your family holidays to Canada are sure to be filled with excitement, as every day offers a new adventure.
Impressive National Parks and exhilarating cities provide the perfect setting for your luxury holidays to Canada. Fairmont Château Lake Louise is a majestic mountain resort situated on the magical shores of Lake Louise, in the Rockies. This opulent five-star resort epitomises class and is ideal for those looking for a sophisticated winter escape. If you prefer city life, the stylish W Montreal sits in the historical centre of Quebec, where you can meander along the cobbled streets and peruse the local markets.
There are an array of outstanding Canada hotels which offer beautiful rooms, exceptional service and excellent facilities. Whistler is recognised for its five-star ski resorts, with Four Seasons Resort Whistler being no exception. Suites are large and ornate and include a walk-in wardrobe, romantic fireplace and stunning mountain views. If you want to experience cosmopolitan city life, the Ritz-Carlton Toronto is exemplary, with the added bonus of Toronto’s key attractions right on your doorstop.
Where are the best places to stay in Vancouver?
There are a variety of monumental Vancouver hotels to choose from, all with incredible skyscraper views. The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, known as ‘Castle in the city’, embodies a timeless elegance, positioned directly in the heart of Vancouver’s biggest attractions.
Where are the best places to stay in Toronto?
The Fairmont Royal York is one of Toronto’s most recognised hotels and is superbly located in the bustling city centre. It’s host to a selection of world-class restaurants and some of the biggest attractions including the Hockey Hall of Fame.If you want to experience cosmopolitan city life, the Ritz-Carlton Toronto is exemplary, with the added bonus of Toronto’s key attractions right on your doorstop.
What is Canada famous for?
Canada is the second largest and most diverse countries in the world. It has the longest coastline, measuring 243,042 km and is home to one of the wonders of the world, Niagara Falls. Canada is famous for its great lakes: Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie and Ontario and when combined, hold the largest amount of fresh water. There are five national parks located within The Rockies – a striking mountain range, where snow can fall as late as June.
Skiing in Canada
Skiing in Canada is a national treasure, from the epic knee-deep powder runs in British Columbia to the stunning landscape of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta.
Canada has some of the biggest snowfalls of any destination and when you add the picture postcard scenery and wide immaculately-maintained pistes then you have the perfect place for snow bunnies around the world.
Probably the most famous resort in Canada, and for good reason, Whistler offers everyone an opportunity to ski some epic snow. From beginners to experts, from piste to powder, you will find something that suits your level and style. Its massive ski area, impeccably-groomed slopes and superb modern lifts allow skiers to traverse the mountain easily. Advanced skiers and snowboarders will fall in love with the 20 massive powder bowls – unforgettable off-piste. Après ski is also incredible, with great bars, better restaurants and some superb live music on offer. Whistler has it all and you won’t want to leave
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Immerse yourself in the culture of Quebec when visiting Mont Tremblant, including fantastic food and a French flair. The ski resort is quite low, but due to an abundance of high-tech snow cannons and a decent natural snow fall each year, the resort is relatively snow sure. Beginners will find some great green runs but Mont Tremblant is better suited to the more qualified skiers, with nearly half of its pistes on the advanced scale. For après ski head to the main square, Place St Bernard, which comes alive after 3pm – with up to 70 bars and restaurants in town, you’ll find something for you.
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