Canada’s Most Luxurious Boutique Hotels

Just over the United States’ northern border, Canada is a vibrant country that attracts a steady number of tourists each year. Due to its impressive size, Canada’s main cities are separated by hundreds or thousands of miles. Vancouver is on the Pacific Ocean, Ottawa is a short drive north of the New York border, and Montreal is even closer. Whether you’re in the process of planning your trip to Canada or you’re just curious about accommodation options, here are some of Canada’s best boutique hotels.

Most Luxurious Hotels in Canada

Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain

This hotel is situated in downtown Montreal, and it’s close to all the major attractions. It’s the perfect choice for those who love to have plenty of amenities. The Marriott has an indoor pool, a health club, a hair salon, and gift shops. Guests can dine at the Samuel de Champlain Restaurant, which offers buffet breakfasts and Mediterranean cuisine, before heading to the La Senateur Bar for a cocktail or two. Each room includes an LCD TV, a minibar, daily newspaper delivery, and complimentary Wi-Fi.

Most Luxurious Hotels in Canada: Montreal Skyline from Marriott Chateau Champlain
Montreal Skyline from Marriott Chateau Champlain by Arjun Singh on Flickr / CC BY 2.0

Hotel Bonaventure Montreal

Ideal for those who travel with their pets, the Hotel Bonaventure offers rooms with either a garden or city skyline view. Each guest room features a sleekly modern interior, spacious work stations, large windows, and free Wi-Fi. Guests can relax in the hotel’s 2.5 acres of rooftop gardens before going for a swim in the heated outdoor pool, which is available all year round. In the summer, there’s even a fully stocked poolside bar. Plus, the hotel building’s bottom floor includes a huge shopping center!

Most Luxurious Hotels in Canada: Montreal Hotel Rooftop
Montreal Hotel Rooftop by John Walker on Flickr / CC BY 2.0

Pan Pacific Vancouver

This hotel is considered one of the best in Vancouver. Guests can choose two double beds or one king bed, and each room features luxurious linens, a pillow menu, 24-hour room service, complimentary Wi-Fi, and a daily turn-down service. Guests can choose from four on-site restaurants, work out at the fitness center, and relax on the spacious sun deck before taking a dip in the outdoor pool or hot tub. There’s even a full-service spa and an indoor sauna at the hotel. The Pan Pacific Vancouver sits on the Canada Place pier, and the views are out of this world.

Most Luxurious Hotels in Canada: Canada Place
Canada Place by Marcel Schoenhardt on Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0

Rosewood Hotel Georgia

Prices at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia, another luxurious Vancouver option, begin at around $275 per night. Guest rooms include a Nespresso coffee maker, a flat-screen TV, a Bose docking station, complimentary Wi-Fi, a deluxe bathroom with robes and slippers, and a pet-friendly policy. Guests can choose from four on-site restaurant and lounge options. You’ll also have the opportunity to relax and unwind in the spa and indoor pool.

Most Luxurious Hotels in Canada: Rosewood Hotel Georgia
Rosewood Hotel Georgia @ Vancouver by Wicker Paradise on Flickr / CC BY 2.0

The Sutton Place Hotel – Vancouver

It might be more affordable, but The Sutton Place Hotel – Vancouver is still as luxurious as can be. Rooms include a flat-screen LCD TV, a DVD player, high-speed internet access, luxury toiletries, and a minibar. The health and fitness center includes an indoor pool, whirlpool, personal training services, and a healthy poolside menu. There’s also an on-site restaurant and lounge.

Most Luxurious Hotels in Canada: The Sutton Place Hotel
The Sutton Place Hotel by Aranami on Flickr / CC BY 2.0

About Lauren Davidson

Since 2013, Lauren has been writing for various travel and lifestyle websites. Her first piece of writing was a travel guide on the Algarve region of Portugal, where she lived for over a year. Currently residing in Sheffield, England, she is studying Journalism and has a blog at You can follow her on Twitter at @Lozikinz.

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